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WRITING
Posters as Topics for Writing

Submitted by: I Love That Teaching Idea! Staff
From: Nibley, Utah
Date Submitted: April 12, 2001

Do you ever have student come up to you, not knowing what to write about? One idea that may help spur their creativity is to prepare this simple way of helping your students. First, find those teacher catalogs that come in the mail quite often from companies that make classroom posters and other décor. Cut out those little posters you see in the catalog. Then store the pictures in a small container and have it sitting out in your writing center. A student can select a picture, and complete one of the following activities about it:
· Write about a personal experience that the poster reminds you of.
· Use the slogan on the poster as a title and write a story about it.
· Describe a way to prove that the slogan on the poster is true.

     
 

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