The #100wcCHAT was FABULOUS!
Hopefully, you will know that each Wednesday, we hold a Twitter chat at 9pm looking at writing and sharing tips on how to manage 100WC in your classes.
This week we had our first ‘sneak peek’ of the next prompt. It was great because lots of ideas were shared. Do try to join us on Wednesdays at 9pm. Just follow #100wcCHAT!
Hubs are growing!
So excited to see we have more classes signing up for hubs. Please check your emails for details. Once you have the contacts details of your partners, get in touch with each other & start collaborating!
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The latest showcase can be found HERE
To nominate a post for the showcase, just send me the number from the list and the name of the writer, please.
Calling Irish classes
If you are a school n Ireland & might like a visit as part of #100wcEmeraldTour2 in April 2018 please fill out this short form
This week we have a rather mysterious picture.
Things to think about:
- Who is it?
- What are they doing there?
- Should you be afraid?
- What is the climax of your story?
The form will close at 23.45 UK time on 25th November
Sorry, sorry, sorry, sorry!
You must have wondered what was going on last week with the newsletters! I moved from a free to a paid version which should have meant fewer glitches but it took time to embed. Please check your spam / trash / projects & anywhere else it might be. It is being sent from Julia Skinner so do make sure you see this week’s which has something special in it!
Do you have a prompt idea?
Do let me have any ideas you or your students might have for possible prompt. On #100wcCHAT this week, we agreed that using celebrations and events from across the world. If you are not based in the UK and have some unusual celebrations that the rest of the world does not have, let me know about it and I’ll sort out a prompt.
The latest showcase is HERE Don’t forget to get in touch to get a copy of the certificate and blog badge.
This week I thought it would be useful to look at using clauses and commas. Hopefully, the prompt will lend itself to these elements. It is:
…but where would we hide it all?…
Things to think about:
- Was is the ‘all’ referred to?
- Where is it now?
- Why does it have to be moved?
The form will close at 23.45 UK Time on 18th November