This broken egg reminds us that failure is often necessary, even in writing. How can we teach students to embrace failure and revision when they've been taught that one draft is sufficient?
Writing affords us the ability to revise our ideas before delivering them. Here’s why writing classes should teach through failure.
A small statue of a shushing finger in front of a face rests on a shelf. In the background, stacks of books. What information do we lose by removing sound from our texts?
The sound of student writing tells us more than the content alone. Reading text aloud brings life to the words.