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Five Great Reasons to Consider WriteAtHome

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I started WriteAtHome in 2001 with five students. Since then, WriteAtHome has helped many thousands of homeschool students improve their writing skills. Our approach is simple. We give a short lesson on writing each week and a short writing assignment. Students spend an average of an hour or two on their writing project each week. That project is sent to …

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Top 10 Posts of 2012

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Enjoy this end-of-the-year recap of our most popular posts of 2012!

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Words of the Year 1990-2011

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Every year at their annual conference, the American Dialect Society votes on and announces its Word of the Year. What’s your pick for 2012? Check out our new infographic!

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Narrative Writing Prompt: Half a Mystery

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This assignment requires students to write half of a mystery story.

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What Is Plot?

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Every story has a plot. Whether it’s a short story, a novel, a play, or a movie, the most important element is the sequence of events that make up the story. In fact, that’s the definition of plot: the sequence of events in a story.

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