How writing can help students through the pandemic

How writing can help students through the pandemic
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Writing can offer students an outlet to share their feelings about the coronavirus pandemic, suggests Shveta Miller, a literacy specialist and instructional coach. In this blog post, Miller shares 11 assignments that integrate the pandemic, including keeping "dialogue journals," which allow students and teachers to write back and forth to each other.

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