What can writing letters to the president teach students?

11/29/2012 | Edutopia.org

Having students write letters to President Barack Obama, expressing their hopes and concerns ahead of his second inauguration on Jan. 21, makes them part of a longstanding U.S. tradition, educator Suzie Boss writes in this blog post. Letters to the Next President, co-sponsored by the National Writing Project and Google, offers a starting point for a presidential-themed writing project, Boss writes. She also suggests students share their letters on a classroom blog or submit them to a local newspaper.

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