New K-12 Video Writing Prompts Featured on TeachHUB.com

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TeachHUB features new video writing prompts that offer K-12 teachers creative writing activities with a modern twist.

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“These clever, media-savvy prompts are likely to get learners to want to write and inspire those already hooked on writing to more creative thought.”

TeachHUB.com strives to provide educators with the ultimate and convenient support through their high quality and easily accessible resources. Teachers looking for innovative ways to combine education with technology can turn to TeachHUB’s latest video writing prompts.

A new video writing prompt is featured each week. These prompts incorporate today’s most popular and newsworthy videos with writing prompts for K-12 students.

According to Joyce Valenza’s NeverEndingSearch blog on School Library Journal, “These clever, media-savvy prompts are likely to get learners to want to write and inspire those already hooked on writing to more creative thought.”

One of the newest video writing prompts includes “Martin Luther King's ‘I Have a Dream’ Speech Video Writing Prompts.” After watching the ‘I Have a Dream Speech,’ students are directed to think about the power of language and their own dreams for an ideal society. This timely resource could be integrated into lesson plans and class discussion during Black History Month (February).

In the new “Why Athletes Video Writing Prompts,” students watch a video on athletes explaining their love of extreme sports. They are then inspired to take part in writing prompts regarding geography, sports, creative writing and risk vs. reward comparisons.

Educators can visit TeachHUB’s video writing prompts directly (http://www.teachhub.com/video-writing-prompts).

The video writing prompts are one example of the many educational resources available on TeachHUB. TeachHUB also provides teachers with daily lesson plans, classroom tools, educational news, and professional development. Those interested in receiving weekly updates on the new resources available on TeachHUB can sign up for the free TeachHUB Happenings newsletter (http://www.teachhub.com/).

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