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Native American Oral Storytelling

borrowing the voice of
Waterlily
's storyteller to re-tell
a different story

The writing of author Ella Cara Deloria is inspiring student writers to try new techniques with the traits of idea development and voice.

Your students can also self-publish a written-down version of their original oral stories to this lesson by clicking here.


Student Sample Being Sought: Upper Elementary

WritingFix is currently seeking a 4th-6th grade student sample from this writing assignment that can be featured in this space; stories can be written or they can be submitted as a podcast. Submitted student work must show evidence of revision, editing, and the final draft must be typed and sent through e-mail. Teachers: if you can help us obtain a student sample, along with a digital photo of the students and a signed permission slip, we will send you either a complimentary copy of the Northern Nevada Writing Project's Elementary Writing Guide, or you may choose from any of our NNWP publications.

Write to us at publish@writingfix.com and use "Waterlily: Oral Stories " in your e-mail's subject line, if you have a student sample to share with us.


Student Sample Being Sought: Middle School

WritingFix is currently seeking a 7th or 8th grade student sample from this writing assignment that can be featured in this space; stories can be written or they can be submitted as a podcast. Submitted student work must show evidence of revision, editing, and the final draft must be typed and sent through e-mail. Teachers: if you can help us obtain a student sample, along with a digital photo of the students and a signed permission slip, we will send you either a complimentary copy of the Northern Nevada Writing Project's Secondary Writing Guide, or you may choose from any of our NNWP publications.

Write to us at publish@writingfix.com and use "Waterlily: Oral Stories " in your e-mail's subject line, if you have a student sample to share with us.


Student Sample Being Sought: High School

WritingFix is currently seeking a 9th-12th grade student sample from this writing assignment that can be featured in this space; stories can be written or they can be submitted as a podcast. Submitted student work must show evidence of revision, editing, and the final draft must be typed and sent through e-mail. Teachers: if you can help us obtain a student sample, along with a digital photo of the students and a signed permission slip, we will send you either a complimentary copy of the Northern Nevada Writing Project's Secondary Writing Guide, or you may choose from any of our NNWP publications.

Write to us at publish@writingfix.com and use "Waterlily: Oral Stories " in your e-mail's subject line, if you have a student sample to share with us.

 


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