Students learn how to improvise and collaborate as they write an expository rough draft. They work through a generic writing prompt to find relevance in their life experiences, both real and imagined. Chris uses improv comedy to demonstrate the link between the spoken and written word; thereby allowing students to develop their writing voice simply by speaking their minds. Chris’ lessons easily adapt to fit with your teachers writing techniques because he doesn’t use a writing method; he creates an unforgettable writing experience. A method is good for the test, but an experience is good for life!
Grades: 4, 7 or 9
Workshop Cost: $125 per hour of instruction
Participation Limit: 30 students per session