I’m a teacher of journalism. I love writing and creating new content for my students. This past semester, I had the opportunity to write a review for some of my students and I had the opportunity to create a writing prompt for them. I was so excited to see how much their responses to my written words would improve as well as how they would respond to my prompts.
The reason why I decided to write a prompt is because I don’t want my students to feel as if they’ve forgotten what they’re writing. This prompts me to create something I’ll actually enjoy, and I think it might be the most useful thing I’ve done for myself.
This prompt is a great way to spend a little time with my students and I hope you enjoy it. It is a small, super-simple prompt to work on. If you would like to get feedback about the prompt, feel free to send your best suggestions.
You can write one sentence or a whole paragraph about what you’d like to write about. I will tell you how to write it: First, you have to decide what you want to write. If you want to write about the future, that’s not really my thing, but if you want to write about the past, then that’s fine too.
I want you to write about something that you are passionate about.
If you are passionate about something, then its a good idea to write about it first, and then write about what you hope to write about that you would like to write about.
The thing is, you don’t have to think about it all day long. It’s just a few sentences you need to write about. The thing is, it will be the only thing that matters when you are writing about what you hope to write about. It’s like writing about the future. You can’t write about it if you don’t want to. If you want to write about the past, you need to write about what you hope to write about.
The thing is, its not the future. Its just the past.
One of the best things about writing is that its a form of exercise. You do it to relax yourself. You do it to exercise your brain. You do it to get smarter. You do it to have fun. You do it to get inspired. You do it because you enjoy it and want to make more. You do it for the joy of it. You do it because it helps you think. You do it because you enjoy your writing.