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The Funbook of Creative Writing

The Funbook of Creative Writing

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Mrs. SmithSmith AcademyScranton, Pennsylvania
Creative Writing
©1999, 2000Copyright by Remedia Publications, Inc.All Rights Reserved. Printed in the U.S.A.
The purchase of this unit entitles the individual teacher toreproduce copies for classroom use. The reproduction of any part for an entire school or school system is strictlyprohibited.To find Remedia products in a store near you, contact:
Remedia Publications, Inc. • 15887 N. 76 Street • Suite 120 • Scottsdale, AZ 85260
REM 104D
Another Teaching Resource from...
Written by Dennis E. PaulIllustrations by Danny BeckCaptions by Dan W. Deacon
©Remedia Publications
Below are suggestions for expanded use of the
FUNbook of FUNbook of FUNbook of FUNbook of FUNbook of Creative WritingCreative WritingCreative WritingCreative WritingCreative Writing
Have students share their stories with the class throughoral reading.
Place students together to create a cooperative story.
Help students spin off the story ideas to create originalplots.
Have the whole class brainstorm ideas for various conclusionsto a story.
The teacher underlines selected words in students’ storiesand has them find synonyms for those words (as a vocabularyenrichment activity).
Divide students into groups to create dialogue for thecharacters and then act out the story for the class.
Have students draw original artwork relating to each storywritten.
Collect each writer’s own stories in an individual Fun Folderof Creative Writing.
The attention-getting, humorous story starters in this bookwill surely spark the imagination of the most reluctant story writer.The antics of characters with unusual names will motivate youngwriters to complete the stories and even create their own storiesabout the subjects. Reading Level is 3.5–4.5.
Dennis Paul has been an educator for over twenty years. Hetaught for eleven years in a one-room school, working with studentsin grades K-8. He also has served as a special education teacher ina school for homeless students, and as a teacher for acute careadolescent hospital programs.Currently, he is a special education teacher for the JuvenileDetention Facility in Mesa, Arizona. For many years, he has beencreating math word problems, story starters, games, and othermaterials, to help motivate his own students.
Mrs. Smith Smith Academy, Scranton, Pennsylvania

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