After I wiped away the tears, it occurred to me that this post could be much, much more than just a morning inspiration.
These 20 Photos Are Going To Make You Cry. But You’ll See Why It’s Totally Worth It.
There’s nothing like a good visual to prompt and inspire writing. Each one of these go over the top very nicely.
Imagine viewing the image and imagining what was going through the minds of all the participants in the photos.
- What happened just before the photo was taken?
- What happened immediately afterwards?
- How did the people in the photo feel about the moment?
- More importantly, does this inspire your young writers to want to do something to improve their part of the world?
Could these writing prompts be a real call to action?
- Writing Prompts and Writing Circles (heidiatheartspace.wordpress.com)
- Writing Prompts (irunreadteach.wordpress.com)
- Ways to Encourage Reluctant Writers (theorganizedclassroomblog.com)
- What’s the most inspiring prompt you’ve ever been given? (deepcentercommunity.wordpress.com)
- A Beautiful Soul Flawed (kolafunmi.wordpress.com)
3 thoughts on “Writing Prompts That Just Might Change The World”
These are super powerful, and I love your prompt questions. Have been reflecting lots about visuals (because I’m not a terrifically visual learner, and sometimes have trouble with too much visual “noise”) since #ecoo13, and Amber’s keynote. More hmmmm- ing to be done.
Thanks, Lisa. Personally, I don’t think I’m a visual learner type of person but I know that so many get inspired by a good visual. Having said that, maybe I do have some sort of insights since I saw the connection. Working with others has been good for me!