The Write Questions: Inspiring Kids to Write through the Art of Storytelling

Clearwater Press

Daniel Schwabauer

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Story is an essential tool in getting kids to love writing. Fortunately, anyone can learn to create a compelling story—even kids who hate to write! Discover the five elements of a good story. Learn how to teach the basics of storytelling to your students by asking “The Write Questions.” As we discuss the fundamental basics of every gripping story, we’ll also look at what makes fiction an effective teaching tool, how to balance mechanics with imagination, and how to choose quality reading material. Your students will learn to be better storytellers, and in the process gain a remarkable skill: the ability to see the world through someone else’s eyes.

Elizabeth Porter

Madame Porter is a National Board Certified French teacher with a Bachelor’s degree in French and Linguistics, a Master’s degree in Education, and a French degree called a DEUG in French as a Foreign Language (FLE). She has spent several years living in France, and has a passion for all things French! Porter attended college in Normandy, France and spent a significant amount of time in Paris, as well. She taught elementary and middle school English in Normandy, returning home in XXXX to teach French stateside. She is a passionate teacher with 18 years of teaching experience.