Connecting Writing with Authentic Audiences

Connecting Writing With Authentic Audiences


Resources for 5th Grade Persuasive Unit (Claire Reddig)
Creating Passionate Writers
Here is a video of a K12 Online presentation I did with Joel Garza of Greenhill School
A history of collaborating, in a nutshell as a blogpost:

Here and here are blog posts on “Breaking Down Silos in Schools” -AND- here’s where you can sign up and connect with fellow mischievous collaborators.
Here’s the student-driven blog for the 2013 Dubliners project.
Here’s the student-driven blog for the 2014 Richard III project
Here’s a blog post describing the latest iteration of this collaborative project.

Here’s a Google Doc showing the 1st stage of collaboration for laying the groundwork for next year’s Frankenstein project.

Here’s a Google Doc showing the 2nd stage of collaborative that is in the process of developing as we speak.

Links to info. about all four conferences that have been hosted in the last 4 years on 3 different campuses:
Feb. 2013, The Oakridge School hosted a colloquium on Joyce’s Dubliners. (Go here)
Mar. 2014, The Oakridge School hosted a colloquium on Shakespeare’s Richard III (Go here)
Nov. 2014, Cistercian Preparatory School hosted a colloquium on the stories of Flannery O’Connor (Go here)This year, Greenhill School hosted their colloquium on Shakespeare’s MND (Go here)

More blog posts on Authentic Audiences here, here, here, here, here, & here.