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mlee83
mlee83 asks:
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ELA creative writing help

My 6th Grade child, is in AP ELA which is at 8th grade level. She is an excellent reader, well beyond her years, but creative writing is not her strong suit. How can I help her and make it as easy as reading is for her?
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nancyjose
nancyjose writes:
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sebastyanjohn
sebastyanjohn writes:
Creative writing is a form of writing that expresses feelings and emotions or thoughts and ideas, in an imaginative way rather than just as a means of conveying information.

For students of English as a second language, creative writing is a way to learn to play with words and experiment with expressing thoughts and feelings. Creative, or imaginative writing, allows students to practice communicating using everyday language as well as rehearsing the vocabulary used in specific situations, such as when shopping or asking directions. Using creative writing as part of a teaching plan allows ESL teachers to gauge the progress of each student and make sure a student’s foreign language writing abilities are keeping pace with their speaking skills. Here are three specific exercises a student can practice to enhance their creative writing ability:

Each student keeps a diary or journal in which they record everyday events and activities. The exercise can be adjusted to allow for different levels of language ability. For instance, ask beginner students to record just one or two words each day to describe the weather, or an item of clothing they are wearing that day. Have more advanced students write in complete sentences, detailing one or more of their daily activities.
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Jaharjohn
Jaharjohn writes:
Creative writing is anything where the purpose is to express thoughts, feelings and emotions rather than to simply convey information.Do you have like to make your creative writing skill means to approach the thesis writing guide.

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FrankBernal
FrankBernal writes:
Reading and writing are of two different tastes. Reading gives immense pleasure the way we through the words and to write it's just opposite that we need to create to wonders for the readers. There lies the difference. But there is nothing to be achieved if we do some real efforts, as we all know it.

One of the important things you should know about is that practice brings lots of change in one's writing experiences. Make your kid practice on random things. Start with her own interesting topics and slightly move to other general but easy topics. The way she practice writing on various topics and issues, eventually the writing skills of her will prosper and have to make best out of it. I work for a writing service reviews site ( http://essaysorigin.com ) and based on my experiences, I can say let her practice is the finest solution to get successful results.

Do not let her passion down on reading by imposing strict sessions of writing practice, instead make it in a fun way to get most out of her mood.
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