The following repetitive writing samples are examples of repetitive writing that I will be using in my classroom. Feel free to use this repetitive writing in your classroom.
I tried to steady myself as I walked down the canyon’s slippery trail, but I still slipped because of the slippery rocks on the trail.
While trying to think of something at my desk, I thought of something to write.
The moment you’ve all been waiting for, watching the box, you’ve been waiting for nearly an hour, waiting to see what is in this box— guess what: there is nothing in the box!
You are now going to take the test. Once you have taken the test, raise your hand. Raise your hand to hand your finished test in. You should hand the test you have taken in to the test administrator, the person who gave you the test, the test that determines your future score on the test and the score that the test administrator will see is the score on the test that you have taken. You may now begin taking the test that you came here to take from the administrator who is administering the test that will determine your score, the score that determines what the administrator will see. Begin.