Table of contents for The teen-centered writing club : bringing teens and words together / Constance Hardesty.

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Table of Contents
Series Foreword
Introduction
Chapter 1 What's a Teen-Centered Writing Club?
@H1 = Writing to the Hearts of Teens
@Boxhead = What Matters? A True Story
@H1 = Why Teen Writing Clubs Matter
@H1 = If You Build It, Will They Come?
@H1 = If Pen Doesn't Meet Paper, Can You Call It Writing?
@boxhead = Kiss Print Good Bye
@H1 = What Exactly Does Teen-Centered Mean?
@H2 = Borrow from Business to Build a Teen-Centered Club
@H2 = Beyond Wants and Needs
@boxhead = Teen-Centered Means ...
@H1 = Your Role in a Teen-Centered Writing Club
@H2 = How far does this teen-centered business really go?
@H1 = References
Chapter 2 Nothing to It: Getting Started
@H1 = Teens First
@boxhead = Planning with Teens All By Yourself
@boxhead = Logistics 1-2-3: Time, Schedules, Budget
@H1 = Create a Safe Place
@H2 = A Room of Their Own
@H1 = Gain Commitment All Around
@H1 = Plan the Program
@boxhead = Name Your Goals
@H1 = Bringing Teens In, Getting the Word Out
@H1 = Conclusion
CHAPTER 3: The Four Roles of Facilitator
@H1 = You the Leader
@H2 = Core Writing Club Principles
@H3 = Respect the work
@H3 = Respect the reader
@H3 = Respect each writer
@H2 = Talk about Values
@boxhead = Who Is the Leader?
@H1 = You the Manager
@H2 = Twelve Tips for Managing the Club
@H1 = You the Coach 
@H2 = Safety in the Neutral Zone
@boxhead = Writing Club Is Not Therapy!
@H1 = You as Mentor
@H1 = Many Roles, One Purpose
Chapter 4 Core Elements of Writing Club
@H1 = OPENING RITUAL
@H1 = WARM-UP
@H2 = Warm-Up Games
@H3 = Stock Pit
@H3 = The Well-Mannered Stock Pit
@H3 = Say a Word
@H3 = Grill Sergeant
@H3 = Change One Thing
@H3 = Observation Game
@H3 = Two True, One Lie
@H3 = Make a List
@H3 = Time Out!
@H1 = Illustrative Examples
@H1 = Sustained Writing
@H1 = Reading Aloud
@H2 = Reading to Applause
@H2 = Reading to Positive Feedback
@H3 = Benefits of Applause and Praise
@H2 = Reading with Poise
@H1 = Closing
@H1 = Can't Get Enough! Writing Prompts for Independent Writers
Chapter 5 Writing Clubs for All
@H1 = Traditional Writing Workshop
@H2 = Details and Logistics
	@H3 = Agenda Ideas
@H3 = Advantages
@H3 = Disadvantages
		@H3 = Measures of Success
		@H3 = Tips
@H1 = Just-for-Fun Freewrite Club
@H2 = Details and Logistics
	@H3 = Agenda Ideas
@H3 = Advantages
@H3 = Disadvantages
		@H3 = Measures of Success
		@H3 = Tips
@H1 = Intergenerational: Teens Writing with Adults
@H2 = Details and Logistics
	@H3 = Agenda Ideas
@H3 = Advantages
@H3 = Disadvantages
		@H3 = Measures of Success
		@H3 = Tips
@H1 = Writers into Readers
@H2 = Details and Logistics
	@H3 = Agenda Ideas
@H3 = Advantages
@H3 = Disadvantages
		@H3 = Measures of Success
		@H3 = Tips
Chapter 6 The You Are What You Write Nonfiction Club
@H2 = About the You Are What Your Write Club
@H3 = Purpose
@H3 = Duration
@H3 = Turnout
@H3 = What You Need to Know
@H3 = Advantages
@H3 = Disadvantages
@H3 = Writing Challenges
@H3 = Preparing for the You Are What You Write Club
@H3 = Tips
@H3 = Measures of Success
@H3 = Follow up
@DHMain = JOURNALING: STEAL FROM YOUR LIFE!
@DH1 = General
@DH2 = Purpose
@DH2 = Writing Challenges
@DH2 = Time
@DH2 = What you need to know
@DH2 = Preparing for Steal from Your Life!
@DH1 = Agenda
@DH2 = Opening Ritual
@DH2 = Time Out: Focus on Journaling
@DH2 = Warm Up: Someone Is Saying Something About You
@DH2 = Focused Writing
@DH3 = People Say ...
@DH3 = You Say ...
@DH3 = One True Thing 
@DH2 = Read and Respond 
@DH2 = From Journal to Story
@DH2 = Read and Respond
@DH2 = Closing
@DHMain = MEMOIR: MEMORIES WITH MEANING*
@DH1 = General
@DH2 = Purpose
@DH2 = Writing Challenges
@DH2 = Writing Challenges
@DH2 = Preparing for Memoir: Memories with Meaning
@DH1 = Agenda
@DH2 = Opening Ritual: Say a Word
@DH2 = Warm Up: What's in Your Box?
@DH2 = Time Out: How Do You Write a Memoir?
@DH2 = Focused Writing: Memories with Meaning
@DH3 = Guided Imagination: Using the Senses to Recapture a Memory
@DH3 = Freewrite: Bringing the Memory to Life
@DH3 = Mining the Experience
@DH2 = Sustained Writing: Getting at the Meaning of Memory
@DH2 = Closing
@DH2 = Can't Get Enough?
@DHMAIN = FAMILY HISTORY: FAMILY FACTS, FAMILY FICTIONS
@DH1 = General
@DH2 = Purpose
@DH2 = Writing challenges
@DH2 = Time
@DH2 = What You Need to Know
@DH2 = Preparing for Family Facts, Family Fictions
@DH1 = Agenda
@DH2 = Opening Ritual
@DH2 = Warm Up: Change One Thing
@DH2 = Time Out: What is Family History?
@DH2 = Focused Writing
@DH3 = Brainstorming the Story
@H3 = Reporting What Happened
@H3 = Bringing the Story to Life
@DH3 = Read and Respond
@DH2 = Change One Thing Again
@DH2 = Read and Respond
@DH2 = Closing Ritual
@DH2 = Can't Get Enough?
Chapter 7 Getting Crafty with Fiction
@H2 = About the Getting Crafty Club
@H3 = Purpose
@H3 = Duration
@H3 = Turnout
@H3 = What You Need to Know
@H3 = Advantages
@H3 = Disadvantages
@H3 = Writing Challenges
@H3 = Preparing for the You Are What You Write Club
@H3 = Tips
@H3 = Measures of Success
@DHMain = CHARACTER: INVENTED IDENTITIES, REVEALED
@DH1 = General
@DH2 = Purpose
@DH2 = Writing challenges
@DH2 = Time
@DH2 = What You Need to Know
@DH2 = Preparing for Invented Identities
@DH1 = Agenda
@DH2 = Opening Ritual
@DH2 = Warm Up: Behind Your Mask
@DH2 = Time Out: How Do Readers Get to Know Your Story People?
@DH2 = Sustained Writing: Revealing Moments
@DH3 = Interval 1, Appearance
@DH3 = Interval 2, Action
@DH3 = Interval 3, Dialogue
@DH3 = Interval 4, Thoughts and Feelings
@DH2 = Read and Respond
@DH2 = Literacy Links: Reading Like a Writer
@DH2 = Closing
@DH2 = Can't Get Enough?
@DHMain = DIALOGUE: TALK THAT WORKS
@DH1 = General
@DH2 = Purpose
@DH2 = Writing Challenges
@DH2 = Time
@DH2 = What You Need to Know
@DH2 = Preparing for Dialogue: Talk That Works
@DH1 = Agenda
@DH2 = Opening Ritual
@DH2 = Warm Up: Greetings!
@DH2 = Time Out: Making Dialogue Work for You
@DH2 = Freewrite Dialogue Starts with Characters
@DH2 = Sustained Writing: Revealing Moments
@DH3 = Interval 1, Reveal the character
@DH4 = A character's secret
@DH3 = Interval 2, Reveal emotions and relationships
@DH3 = Interval 3, Move the story along
@DH2 = Read and Respond
@DH2 = Literature Links: Reading Like a Writer
@DH2 = Closing
@DH2 = Can't Get Enough?
@DHMain = SETTING: PLACE AND TIME AND SO MUCH MORE
@DH1 = General
@DH2 = Purpose
@DH2 = Writing Challenges
@DH2 = Time
@DH2 = What You Need to Know
@DH2 = Preparing for Place and Time and So Much More
@DH1 = Agenda
@DH2 = Opening Ritual
@DH2 = Warm Up: Who Sees What
@DH2 = Time Out: What Can Setting Do for Your Story?
@DH2 = Sustained Writing: Revealing Moments
@DH3 = Interval 1, Pick a Place
@DH3 = Interval 2, Put Me There with Telling Detail and Precise Words
@DH3 = Interval 3, Characters in Context
@DH2 = Read and Respond
@DH2 = Literacy Links: Reading Like a Writer
@DH2 = Closing
@DH2 = Can't Get Enough?
Chapter 8 Online Joins the Mix
@H1 = Overall Tools for Writing Club
@boxhead = Beat Obsolescence: Ask!
@boxhead = Teens without Gadgets
@H2 = Text Messaging and Email
@boxhead: IM = Inappropriate Messaging for Writing Club
@H2 = RSS
@H2 = Websites
@H2 = Blogs
@H1 = Tools Just for Creating and Publishing Content
@H2 = Podcasting
@H2 = Vodcasting
@H2 = Wiki
@boxhead = Flickr, Image Generators
@H2 = Mash-ups
@H1 = Conclusion
@H1 = References
Chapter 9 Grand Finales and Finishing Touches
@boxhead = Culminating Activities As Outreach
@H1 = Publishing Opportunities
@H2 = Get Published Party
@H3 = What it looks like
@H3 = How it works: 
@H3 = Preparation
@H3 = Duration
@H3 = Tips
@H3 = Tie-in to outreach
@boxhead = A Word of Caution on Traditional Publications
@H2 = Do-It-Yourself Publishing
@H1 = Words in Action: Performing Opportunities for Writers
@H2 = Poetry slam
@H3 = What it looks like
@H3 = How it works
@H3 = Preparation
@H3 = Duration
@H3 = Tips
@H3 = Tie-in to outreach
@H2 = Other performance opportunities
@H1 = Words in Action: Event Opportunities for Clubbers
@H2 = Writing in Public
@H3 = What it looks like
@H3 = How it works
@H3 = Preparation
@H3 = Duration
@H3 = Tips
@H3 = Tie-in to outreach
@H2 = Other performance opportunities
@H1 = Visual Art Activities
@H2 = Artist's Books
@H3 = What it looks like
@H3 = How it works
@H3 = Preparation
@H3 = Duration
@H3 = Tips
@H3 = Tie-in to outreach
@H2 = Other visual art opportunities
@H1 = In a Class by Itself: Writing Festival
@H1 = Conclusion
Chapter 10 Measure Up! Evaluating the Program
@H1 = Taking the Measure of the Club's Success
@H2 = Fostering Connection
@H2 = Affirming Teens as Writers 
@H2 = Developing Writing Habits
@H2 = Discovering new imaginative thought-paths
@H2 = Inspiring Teens to Inspire Themselves
@H2 = Performing with poise
@H3 = Beyond Writing, Beyond Teens
@H1 = Sharing the Results, Promoting the Club
@H1 = Coming Full Circle: What It Means to You

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Young adults' libraries -- Activity programs -- United States.
Creative writing (Secondary education).
English language -- Composition and exercises -- Study and teaching (Secondary).