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July 22, 2012

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Yay, I'm so glad you got so much out of it! This post is also inspiring to me to find ways to work this into a summer program I'm doing as well, so thanks for that. I really want to go back to IWT, as the session I did was focused on grammar, so while I got an introduction to the general style, and it has greatly influenced my teaching, I want to reimmerse myself and bring it even more to bear on my pedagogy.

That sounds so great! I really like the idea of asking students to share from their freewriting, especially after giving them some time to choose what to share!

Thanks for this!

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