During a few of our online ‘literary forays’, we came across a few articles and research papers that were pushing for schools to incorporate creative writing programmes into their language curricula. We noticed that most of these articles stated that there is a general misconception surrounding creative writing programmes; which is that they are frivolous endeavors that do not directly address the language components tested in formal examinations. We felt that this perspective seems to be rather prevalent and is backed up by thoughts such as “Why spend our money on a programme that does not provide practice for either of the papers that are being tested? Isn’t it just a waste of resources?”

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