The Violinist and the Violist A poem from an album. There is much more to come from here. Saving You When someone you love dearly needs a friend. A version of what I think lust makes you feel. Ode to Gaming A little poem about my favorite hobby, video games. Romantic Encounters of the Animal Kind A veteran zoo keeper teaches a newbie about animal mating rituals. Com member that wishes to participate. At the end of each chapter, readers are given a few plot choices and must choose the direction of the story.
When you come to the end of a storyline, it's your turn to add a chapter! You gain the power to swap the clothes you are wearing with the clothes of a girl you know. Federation Offline or Private Last On: The 3rd story in my series of anthologies where guys end up dressing like girls. A bunch of stories that all result in a man dressing like a woman.
A bet with a hypnotist that goes a little wrong. Team is a cover. They actually change people for fun. Things Change For No Reason. The interactive story where you don't have to show the cause of transformation trouble.
Destroyer Offline or Private Last On: Gender and Age Changing. A victim changes age and gender. Turn a grown man into a little girl and other things.
The sequel to Adventures of Miss-Fortune, which has more feminizing action! One day, you get turned into a creature of myth. Seeker of darkness Offline or Private Last On: This is an interactive based on the Fallout game, enjoy and follow the rules!!!!
Max has died and he is now a Ghost, but has special powers in the afterlife. Slash Offline or Private Last On: Five Days of Transformation. Bobby Thomson is in for a suprising week at his aunt's when he is transformed every day. You are sent to a strange Asylum. One that specializes in bringing out your feminine charm. The women from Buffy transform in various ways! Don't just read, ADD!! Coodookie Offline or Private Last On: The real world remote controller.
You find a box in the ground and open it has a remote that has a his and hers switch. Transformed by your lil sis. Takeru Offline or Private Last On: As such it relates to the learner-centered whole language approach. Peyton, Joy Kreeft ed. Perspectives on Journal Writing. Hall some day you will no all about me: Interactive editing and interactive writing. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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Interactive writing makes the writing process visual to the whole class. Reading literature is an excellent way to initiate interactive writing in the class, and the teacher can continue using literature as the class does interactive writing with any new book that is read throughout the year.
What is Interactive Writing? Interactive writing is a process where students "share the pen" with the teacher and classmates. The written text is structured and composed by both students and teacher together. The purpose of interactive writing is to teach children proper writing conventions, beyond their own approximations. Activities INTERACTIVE WRITING & INTERACTIVE EDITING 19 Goal Students will recognize and name each letter of the alphabet. Area of Study Language Arts Interactive Writing Type Innovation Resources.
3 Overview of the Writing Process (Taken from Interactive Writing by Andrea McCarrier page 3) • A writer needs a purpose or reason for writing. • A writer thinks about the audience. • A writer selects a form for writing. (list. What is Interactive Writing? Interactive writing is a writing process used to teach (usually younger) students how to write. The process involves the sharing of a pen between the teacher and students. It can be done in a one-on-one private lesson with a student, or with a small group of students.