Fun Writing Projects Make EFL Students Active in Classes
This workshop gives attendees hands-on activities for students in the EFL classroom, not only for in-person classes but also for online classes. Regarding writing, input activities are indispensable for students to output their opinions, choices, and ideas; also, the activities should be suitable and practical. To make both input and output activities for writing, what do teachers need? This workshop will include samples of writing activities including stepped-writing, mini-debate, publication platforms such as Padlet, and classroom journals in order to offer audiences practice with such writing input and output activities. In addition, audiences will be able to use the writing activities for their own teaching contexts, either in-person or online, using these concepts. As a result, students can increase their motivation toward writing while being active through input-output activities. Written essays and other work done by students aged 13 to 17 will be shown in this workshop to illustrate the power of this writing concept.