Register now for the live webinar on Thursday, October 7.
Building on our unity of storytelling plan, this webinar will delve into what makes a great personal story. You’ll hear from experts, including a New York Times editor who selects moving personal stories for the popular Modern Love column, and a high school English teacher who uses our Narrative Writing Unit and Times Mentor Texts to help his students write academic essays. with voice, style and meaning.
This webinar will present:
Miya Lee, editor of The New York Times Modern Love Projects
Sharon Murchie, English teacher at Okemos High School in Okemos, Michigan.
Natalie Proulx, Editor-in-Chief at The Learning Network
This webinar is linked to our personal narrative writing competition, which invites students to write short, powerful stories about a meaningful experience in their life.
Recommended prerequisite: Before participating in this webinar, we suggest you watch our on-demand introductory webinar, Teach Narrative Writing with The New York Times.
This webinar will last approximately one hour and will include a live Q&A. New York educators can receive CTLE credit. All participants will receive a certificate of completion.
Register now to join our live webinar or to receive a link to view the recording on demand.