After reading the contest guidelines—which include helpful information about how to brainstorm and outline a story—kids can submit illustrated stories to their local PBS station.
Have you ever taken four minutes to listen to this video from Andrew, where he gives a brief description of IEW’s methodology and the results of a few years of using this method?
Right around he says, “Once they gain the basic skills of Structure and Style, their creativity explodes!
Sponsored by the Center for the Book in the Library of Congress, the annual Letters About Literature competition combines both reading and writing.
Students must write an essay (in the form of a letter) describing how a certain book or author has had a profound effect on their outlook on life.