Tag Archives: SOLSC

SOL2016: Writing Group for the Win

It’s Tuesday and time for a slice.  To read more, go to Two Writing Teachers. Monday night was my monthly meeting with my writing group.  We didn’t plan it for it to be on the night of a historic happening. … Continue reading

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NaPoWriMo Poetic Form Challenge 8/30: Freestyle Fridays

Welcome to Freestyle Friday.  Today the poetic form is a Fibonacci poem invented by Greg Pincus .  Visiting friends in Idaho, the morning air is filled with a symphony of birds. Birdsongs Dawn Walk Music Mourning doves, Coo-ah, coo, coo, coo … Continue reading

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SOL 16: Day 23 of 31: Thoughts About Student Poetry

    Everyone has a story and you can catch up on more slices for the  SOLSC at Two Writing Teachers. This week I have been editing poems and preparing them for the poetry postcards along with submitting to the Young Poets Digest. … Continue reading

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SOL16 Day 20 of 31: Playing Editor

Everyone has a story and you can catch up on more slices for the  SOLSC at Two Writing Teachers. This time of year I am engrossed in one of my favorite things about teaching.  I get to teach poetry in the library by … Continue reading

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SOL16 Day 19 of 31: An AHA in Teaching

Everyone has a story and you can catch up on more slices for the  SOLSC at Two Writing Teachers. Yesterday was a great day of teaching for me.  I wrote about Poetry Rocks HERE. Earlier in the day, I worked with a second … Continue reading

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SOL16 Day 5 of 31: Reaching a Child

Everyone has a story and you can catch up on more slices for the  SOLSC at Two Writing Teachers. A second grade class has been studying Helen Keller as part of the teacher’s resiliency focus (she introduces them to many great people who … Continue reading

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SOL16 Day 4 of 31: Celebrating Ten Years

Everyone has a story and you can catch up on more slices for the  SOLSC at Two Writing Teachers. Day 29 of  the Found Objects Poetry Challenge was this photo from Diane Mayr.  It’s festive and I’m celebrating. Hooray, hooray my blogs are ten … Continue reading

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