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Writing in Education - Vol. 46 - Schools


In this issue:

Classroom Management Ideas for Writers
Roy Davies gives some tips for survival at the chalk-face.
Developing Even Better Writers
Anna Disley on the work of New Writing North.
Engaging Teachers - how to get them to join in
Emma Metcalfe and Matthew Oliver talk about how it worked for them.
Evaluating Writers in Schools Work
Mandy Coe offers some suggestions.
Find Your Talent
Antonia Byatt discusses how writing will fit in to this Government initiative.
Fizzing with Non-Fiction
Nicola Davies shows how non-fiction can inspire children just as well as stories.
From Little Acorns!
Tony Ealey describes a writing and animation project in a Liverpool school as part of NAWE's Writing Together Research Programme.
Highland Constellation
Linda Cracknell takes some Highland school children on a writing journey through the northern skies.
Journeying towards Journeys
Robert Hull takes some Chinese poems into the Classroom.
Now More than Ever
Ken Haworth on Writers and the New Secondary Curriculum.
Road Safety and Poetry
Liz Cashdan helps children negotiate the metaphor strewn streets of Sheffield.
The Basis Basics - or the Odds and Sods of School Visits:
Penny Dolan runs through the dos and don'ts of working as a writer in schools.
The Life of Riley
Peggy Riley describes her writing life in a range of educational settings.
Two Residencies and a Quickie
Beth Miller highlights some New Writing South Projects.
Workshops with children too young to write
Linda Cotterill looks at writing workshops with Foundation and KS1 children.
Write On! Adventures in Writing
Lucy Wood gives an insider's view of running a large scale writers in schools project.
Write On! in the West Midlands
Jacqui Rowe offers her experiences as a writer working on the Write On! Project.

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