Thinking & Writing Activities for the Brain (Book 1)
Students can work independently and/or in groups to enhance their cognitive and affective strategies. Great writing practice for speculative prompts. Interesting prompts are meant to get students thinking as they practice their writing skills. This is also a great tool to prompt class discussions and share creative and critical thinking.
by Nathan Levy (Author), Amy Burke (Author)
About the Author
Nathan S. Levy is a sought after author and international public speaker. Drawing on his experiences as a dynamic New York City teacher, successful school principal in rural Connecticut and suburban New Jersey, district gifted coordinator, author of over 50 books, Mr Levy makes audiences laugh, applaud and pay extreme attention when he speaks about improving the thinking,learning and communication skills of adults and children. His 20 volume Stories With Holes series and 6 volume Intriguing Questions series are used by children and adults alike all over the world.