After a long day at school and a quick shower, I’m on my computer to read, watch a movie, or do homework.
I just finished reading a story I wrote for my new writing class. The goal was to go through the process of writing a story for someone else to read. It seemed very natural to me.
Not only is it natural, but it is also one of the easiest types of writing. In the best cases, someone has read a similar story and wants to read yours. And if you work at it, you can go for a few months before someone suggests you change it up. But for me, I just started a new series of posts for my writing class, and I don’t know if I have the time to work on them.
The problem is that many people don’t actually write. They either write a blog instead, or they write a blog and then they post it or make a blog. I think the problem is that too many people think that writing is just writing. But it’s not. There’s a lot more to doing things than just writing and posting. We need to help people understand that writing is a very complicated thing.
To me, writing is basically the act of putting words down on paper, which is basically just a bunch of chemicals and a bunch of electricity that you have to be able to control. To write is to act and create and control your words. Thats why I think writing classes should be more than just a class where you read and then post.
I think that writing classes should be more like a workshop than just a class. To me, writing classes should be more like a mini-vacation. At the end of the day, if you want to get better at writing, you need to practice writing and learn how to control the words that come out of your mouth.
One of my favorite authors, Mary Higgins Clark, put it well in her book The Little Book of English. She said in a discussion with fellow students, “I think that the most fun we can have in English classes is when we learn to write without having to worry about whether or not we will get caught. It’s fun to play with words and write with other people’s words. You can’t get more fun than that.
Well, that’s one of the primary goals of any writing class. To learn how to write without having to worry about whether or not you will get caught. The other thing that most people probably notice about writing is that it can be a really lonely pursuit. You can hide your writing from your friends, family, and everyone else. But you can also have some fun with it.
The most fun we’ve had in class has been when a class member has started writing and then realized he/she’s been writing for 5 minutes and wants to stop. In that case, we’ve been able to talk to the member about what he/she’s been writing. It has been fun to hear about their writing experiences, read their writing, and see their writing through the lens of someone else’s words.
I think its not only students who are enjoying the written word, but teachers. I taught a class this year about using a blog to journal about your classes. The biggest hurdle in that class was getting students to write about their experiences in the class. It was a struggle to get them to talk about what they were doing on the blog, but once I did that, they were a lot more enthusiastic about writing.