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View Resource Kelly Writers House

Affiliated with the English department at the University of Pennsylvania, this Website offers an abundance of audio and video Webcasts -- both live and archived -- of contemporary, avant-garde, and experimental poets reading their own works and discussing the works of other poets. The site also provides annotated links to Websites of journals and e-journals devoted to the publication of...
View Resource Poets & Writers

With offices in New York and Los Angeles, Poets & Writers, Inc. covers the world of creative writers across the United States. Created in 1970, it remains the largest nonprofit literary organization serving poets, fiction writers, and creative nonfiction writers. Visitors to the site can read selected pieces from their magazine, and they can also learn about various funding opportunities for...
View Resource National Writing Project: Resource Topics

The National Writing Project website compiles a wealth of resources that have appeared in the archive as well as its publications over the years. The materials here are divided into eight sections, including Teaching Writing, Teaching Reading, and Standards and Assessment. The Teaching Writing area contains information aplenty on areas such as Grammar and Usage, Special Needs, and Digital Writing....

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View Resource Teaching With Writing

Teaching writing can be a challenge, even for those who have been in front of a class full of students for years. The website of the Writing Center at Colorado State University is a great source of information for people who teach writing. A good place to start is the Teaching Guides area, which includes strategies on Planning & Conducting Classes, Teaching Specific Writing Skills, and Writing...

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View Resource The Salt Institute for Documentary Studies

The Salt Institute for Documentary Studies is based in Portland, Maine and their mission is "to educate and promote documentary storytellers." The Institute was started in 1973 when a high school English teacher named Pamela Wood founded the organization in Kennebunk. Since then, over 700 students from all over the country and the world have attended Salt. First-time visitors should click on the...

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View Resource National Writing Project

Teachers and others will enjoy this website from the National Writing Project, as it is replete with strategies for getting young people excited about writing. The materials are divided largely into the sections Art/Craft, Teach/Learn, Provocations, and Community. The Teach/Learn area contains meditations on "What are we learning about how people develop as digital writers?" and "What does that...

View Resource Teachers & Writers Collaborative Digital Resource Center

The Teachers & Writers Collaborative publishes a magazine, offers writing workshops, hosts poetry readings, and also boasts a Digital Resource Center, making it easier for users to access its excellent collection of writing and composition aids. Searches can be conducted by Category, Source, or Keyword, and often turn up dozens of downloadable PDF documents, including lesson plans, classroom...