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5th November 2019

It lives! After a multi-year hiatus, Writelike is back in development!

After a few years working on other projects, we're back on Writelike. Check out the new lessons, features and support information.

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4th November 2019

Coming soon: Curriculum mapping!

We're finally beginning to map Writelike content to national curricula. First will be Australia and the U.S., with more to follow.

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4th November 2019

New info: How to teach with Writelike

At long last, we've written some information about what Writelike represents, and how teachers can use it effectively in class.

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4th November 2019

Help us prove whether or not Writelike works

We created Writelike because we wanted to make a profound difference in student writing. Does it work? Run a two-week trial and help us figure that out.

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2nd November 2019

New course: Narrative Basics

Characters with beliefs! Places with history! Dialogue with intent! The new Narrative Basics course teaches all this and more.

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2nd November 2019

New course: World Building in Gone

Cataclysmic concepts! Heroic triumvirates! Misbehaving mobs! Developing a high-concept story using the first chapter of Michael Grant's GONE as a model.

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2nd November 2019

New feature: Students can highlight their own responses

Finally, students can highlight their own workbook and portfolio responses.

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2nd November 2019

New feature: Experimental vocabulary support

Abdicate? Phosphoric? Enraptured? Students can now get vocabulary stimulus in lessons, drawn from texts in the relevant genre.

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