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Key Questions Part 2


After noticing what commitments you make to your writing (as recommended in last week’s post), the other significant questions are: Did you do what you said you’d do? And how do you feel about what you did? I encourage students in my Writing Habit class to stick to the facts when checking in about what […]

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Key Questions Part 1


What did you intend to do in your writing this week? Did you commit to that in some tangible way? Have you created accountability for your writing? In other words, who else knows and cares about when and how you write? In case it hasn’t occurred to you yet, those are leading questions. I’ve seen […]

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Reason 11


By Rosanne Bane Someone once told me there’s the reason you think you do something and then there’s the REAL reason you do something. It might just be that the real reason I show up to write five days a week is because: #11 I’m accountable. I simply will not tell the students in my […]

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