Tuesday, January 14, 2020

2020 #DTA: #VWEDU: WRITE: Would you use a virtual world to teach creative writing? Imaginary worlds are another kind of virtual worlds.


Would you use a virtual world to teach creative writing? 
Imaginary worlds are another kind of virtual worlds.

Suggestions about how to use virtual world resources to teach creative writing: Writing in the scene, working together apart, scenes as prompts. role-play, cold reads.
  • Indeed, all virtual worlds were initially imagined.
  • One reason we like virtual worlds is that we can create the worlds we imagine.
  • And we can share that imagined world with others.
  • Articles in this blog about writing

How would a DTA use virtual worlds to teach creative writing?

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Writing in virtual worlds

Products

Exercise scene and prompts

Worked Exercises

Promotion

Education

    Web-worlds

    Writing communities of the virtual worlds

    Scene creation 

    Literary enrichment


    Role-play

    Educational games

    Other writing guidance

    Illustrative uses of the virtual world

    Theater

    Video production

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