Write On Program

The Write On Program is a collaboration between NWPNH and the Plymouth Elementary School.  NWPNH teacher-consultants and PSU Graduate Students conduct six-hour writing mini- courses over the course of three days.  Topics include:  Writing and Art, Everyday Poetry, Mystery Writing, Creating Argumentative Comics, Writing About Nature, Writing and Collage, and Fantasy Stories, to name a few.

 

Here are some of the products of our 2014 Write On Program:

Writing Where You Live:  This group created an interactive Google Map with their writing from different places near the school.  You can view the map here:  Write On! Plymouth

Everyday Poetry:  An anthology of poems created by students in three poetry groups.  Write On Poetry 2014

 

Here are some comics produced by the group “Take a Sequenced Stand

 

 

 

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