Sharing: New Tools for Interactive Fiction and Engaged Writing

New Tools for Interactive Fiction and Engaged Writing | Edutopia Students were using interactive fiction tools to reimagine American Revolution battles as text-based adventures, written from the second-person perspective. Interactive fiction is essentially a computer-based version of Choose Your Own Adventure books, in which the reader has agency regarding a story’s multiple, threaded outcome. I […]

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Write interactive fiction with Inklewriter

Inklewriter is an online service that allows the user to write interactive fiction. What is interactive fiction? In its simplest form you can think of interactive fiction as the old choose your own adventure books. Inklewriter lets you or your students create their own interactive fiction online. This could be used with students as they author […]

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4 ideas for writing fiction in your classroom

Student’s today are no long limited to writing in a word processor, there are many other ways a student can express herself in the classroom. These ideas are closely related to digital publishing, so you can take the following ideas and integrate them with your own digital publishing plans in the classroom. Six word stories […]

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