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[Channel-talkhswriters] Workshop 4: Question for E-mail group

From: Janie Slater <janieloveslife@hotmail.com>
Date: Thu Jun 23 2005 - 00:09:40 EDT
The homework question for this workshop is:

Are there writing forms that you avoid as either a writer or a teacher? If so, what might you do to become more comfortable incorporating them into your own repertoire? Briefly describe these ideas in your workshop journal.

I have not yet taught school. My idealism and big hopes haven't been tempered yet with student indifference and down-right hostility (humor intended here). So I would like to hear from you who are veterans about those genres that you find challenging year after year. How have you adjusted? And what works?

Thanks! --Janie

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