(Wednesday Writing Essentials 4/11/12 – Teacher)

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This Week’s Challenge:

Not one of you gave me challenges you’d like to see, so you’re stuck with my challenge. Lucky you.

There really isn’t an evil streak in me – really. I just want to learn more about all of you (especially your embarrassing times). Write a story, fact or fiction (in any form you desire) about the first time your teacher called your parents in for a private discussion which concerned you. The first time that happened to me, I knew I was in trouble, but had no clue as to why. I’m an old lady and remember when teachers were allowed to punish bad students. That may no longer be the case and in today’s schools, I’m not sure the parents are ever called in for bad behavior. This being the case, make a story up.

Mine will be fact/fiction about first grade. The reason for the fiction is due to the fact that first grade was many, many years ago.

Ideas: I’ll be anxiously waiting to read your ideas.

Suggestions: Sure, please correct my grammar and send me challenges you’d like to see.

The Rules:

Make sure you put this (Wednesday Writing Essentials – WWE – Teacher) in your title.

Be sure to tag it with WWE, Teacher, Gather Writing Essentials.

Post to Gather Writing Essential.

I ask that you make your submission(s) by next Tuesday afternoon.

There is a limit of three submissions from each member per day. If you’re extremely prolific, spread out your work and post only three submissions per day.

Most important:

Put this challenge statement at the beginning or end of your submission so readers will know what you’re supposed to do and won’t think you’re crazy.

Challenge:

Write a story, fact or fiction (in any form you desire) about the first time your teacher called your parents in for a private discussion which concerned you.

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 Don’t forget to check out these magnificent posts in response to the last two challenges.

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I Won The Lottery, by Patricia J.

Mega Millions and the Million Points of Light, Part 2, by Cathy J.

If I Won the Mega Millions Lottery, by Amanda S.

Winning, by Joann B.

If this were to really happen, by Karen Vaughan

Winner, by John Beck

Hey, I just won the MegaMillion lottery! , by Phillip DeNise

Lottery, by Craig M.

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