One of my most delightful discoveries about using games to teach writers was the discovery that games go far beyond idea generation. One unexpected beauty of interactive games is the ability to model the questions and experimentation that revision requires. Writers have so much fun playing, they don’t even realize how much they’re learning. In today’s live session, we’ll explore three powerful games to help your writers painlessly do much of the thinking involved in revising their work.

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Games for educators to use in the classroom to help writers with the revision process.

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