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Wired Words (7th-12th) - Museum District

Writers in the Schools - Rice University at The Anderson-Clarke Center

Monday, June 16, 2014 - Friday, June 27, 2014
Rice University at The Anderson-Clarke Center 6100 Main HoustonTX  77005
Monday, June 16, 2014 - Friday, June 27, 2014
Rice University at The Anderson-Clarke Center 6100 Main HoustonTX  77005

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What's Included

In this hands-on, multimedia workshop, you will create digital writing projects drawn from and inspired by your own experiences. Through writing exercises and workshops, you will learn how to write for an audience and the best way to use various online web platforms. Through exploring creative writing genres in online and multimedia formats, you will create an exciting, interactive multimedia project. Our instructors will help you translate your stories, essays, images, and poetry into digital form. No prior experience with technology is necessary. You will need to bring your own laptop or tablet. For students entering 7th through 12th Grade in the 2014 fall semester. Select one session for each child you are enrolling in camp. A sibling discount of $50 per additional child will be added at Check-Out.

About This Organizer

Everyone has a story to tell. For 30 years Writers in the Schools (WITS) has engaged children in the pleasure and power of reading and writing. WITS sends professional writers into 350 classrooms, awakening 23,000 children and teachers to the adventures of language each year. As the #1 arts education organization in Texas and the leader of an international movement for creative learning, WITS has a proven model of success, demonstrating a lasting impact on student writing skills, self-esteem, test scores, and creativity. WITS weaves together art and education in schools, libraries, museums, parks, hospitals, community centers, and summer camps.

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