Jo Mularczyk

Jo Mularczyk

Benjamin Franklin once said “Either write something worth reading or do something worth writing”. I’m hoping to achieve the first!

School Magazines

Jo has had a number of short stories and poems published in magazines and anthologies. She mentors a gifted and talented students’ creative writing group, is collaborating on books about educational issues and is currently working on junior fiction and picture book manuscripts. Jo has had some success in story competitions, being highly commended, honourably mentioned, shortlisted and being listed as one of the winners of the Australian Writers’ Centre “Short Short Short” Story competition. Jo lives in Kings Langley with her husband and three children. 

Jo's programs

The Day the Characters Left the Books

Age: 5-8 years

Writing focus: Narrative, Characters, Visual Literacy

Story starter
Description

Jo Mularczyk has shared her teaching ideas and writing techniques, and is encouraging students to write about what might cause the characters of a book to disappear. Explore creative writing, visual literacy and characterisation. Your students are the Co-authors and their imaginations decide what happens next!

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A Box Full of Trouble

Age: 7-10 years

Writing focus: Narrative, Settings, Visual Literacy

Story starter
A Box Full of Trouble story starter page 1
Description

Jo Mularczyk is inviting your students to write the rest of the story. She has shared her teaching ideas and writing techniques, and is encouraging students to write about a box that is full of trouble. Explore creative writing, visual literacy and settings. Your students are the Co-authors and they will decide what will jump out of the box!

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Heads or Tails

Age: 9-12 years

Writing focus: Narrative, Visual Literacy, Chance

Story starter
Heads or Tails story starter page 1
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Jo Mularczyk has shared her teaching ideas and writing techniques, and is encouraging students to write about the life of a coin. Explore creative writing, visual literacy and adventures. Your students are the Co-authors and they decide the trials and tribulations of Carl the Coin!

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What's included

For Students and Teachers:

  • One printed 12-page A5 book per student
  • Videos from author
  • The story starter
  • Writing program, linked to the curriculum
  • Reference to quality text and research
  • A digital book per student for life

Pricing

Price per student licence:

  • 1 – 99 = $19.80
  • 100 – 499 = $17.60
  • 500 or more = $16.50

Every digital book can also create digital classroom libraries and bookclubs for parents to enjoy.

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