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College of Southern Nevada has 40 writings. Though admittedly, my unpublished class is still sitting in a drawer along with several of my yet-to-be-published short stories, I have truly found my niche writing non-fiction articles in several national magazines, including a my weekly blog.
It seemed fitting that I would teach a Creative Writing Las for Children, vegas summer program that I designed for motivated children ages eight to thirteen, creative in a Big Ten university town. Amazingly, the class is quite effective with the huge age range.
And much to my surprise, the oldest kids are not necessarily the best writers; and some of the little ones already have an obvious creative flare. I have taught this class now for several years and it seems to get better every year.
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The class meets four afternoons a week, for two consecutive weeks. Each class lasts two hours.
We generally have sixteen to twenty boys and girls in the class which always feels like an appropriate class size. The classroom is equipped with computers and writing desks and has an LCD projector which is handy when I want to demonstrate a lesson for the class.
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Students have the option of using a classroom computer or handwriting. It still surprises me that many of the children prefer not to use the computer. We take a ten minute break in the middle of class.
Since I dislike wasted teaching moments, I bring in Mad Libs or some other short word game or puzzle. The kids enjoy playing the game as they munch on snacks.UNLV Creative Writing Programs
And, after the first year, I added another rule; students who choose to use the classroom computers be allowed text only, no graphics, no fancy fonts or colors. We also discuss how to critique writing, and that it involves positive, constructive comments about the writing and not about the writer.
On the first day of class I give the students all the printed materials for the class. These include a class outline; guidelines to critique writing in terms of plot, setting, characters, and so on; and a list of books, magazines, and websites with more resources for aspiring writers.
The exercise we do on Day One has been very successful as an icebreaker. I ask students to write for five minutes; I keep a list of ideas in case the students need a jump start on their writing.