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14 Forms of Writing for the Older Student: Complete Series

Once your students are accustomed to writing every day, it is a good idea to present them with a variety of writing challenges. These forms of writing each require something different from the student, and will help him develop his writing and thinking skills.

Once familiar with each form, have your student try to turn one form into another (a poem into a narrative, for example).

Here are 14 different forms of writing for the older student to practice:

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