Some people just don't want to share intimate details about their thoughts, feelings and livesat least not with others in a class or group. That's where Unjournaling comes in. All the writing prompts in this book are entirely impersonal but completely engagingfor both kids and adults. Just a couple of examples of the 200 writing prompts on widely varied topics: Write a paragraph about a girl named Dot, but use no letters with a dot (in other words, no i or j). Why on earth would Yankee Doodle stick a feather in his cap and call it "macaroni"? Come up with a plausible explanation.
The book includes sample responses to all of the questionsa helpful tool for anyone who gets stuck with a topic and wants to see that it can be done!
|Product dimensions:||7.76(w) x 11.28(h) x 0.29(d)|
|Age Range:||12 - 17 Years|
About the Author
Dawn DiPrince loves to teach writing. She has helped many people, from age 7 to 87, to become writers. She has taught poetry, journalism and other writing to middle school students at a local after-school program.
Cheryl Miller Thurston is the president, founder and editor of Cottonwood Press, Inc., which she started in 1986 with a $2000 loan from a friend. Before that she was an English teacher for 13 years, grades seven through university level.