This program is for higher elementary school students. It includes 6 essay prompts which encourage students to think. The student needs to finish one essay every week. Here is a sample prompt.The submitted paper should be in Roman 12 font with double space and should not exceed 2 pages. In this program, we focus on the four types of essay writing: Persuasive Writing, Descriptive writing, Narrative writing and Expository Writing: This package will include two prompts for each type. The student need to finish one prompt within one week and submit for the teacher’s feedback.
Live Course Option
Each Live Course Option contains eight live sessions. The live course will start with "Fables, Myths, and Fairy Tales Writing Lessons in Structure & Style" and advance to "Advanced U.S. History-Based Writing Lessons". Each session is one hour long.The teacher will lead the students through the course material, explain important concepts with examples from the classics and answer questions from the students.
The live course is on-going program. The teacher will cover all the content in the course material throughout the year.
The live course will be done through Skype Business, and allow full interaction between teacher and students. All the sessions will be recorded for student's later reivew.
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Persuasive writing utilizes logic and reason to get the reader to agree with their opinion or ideas. It attempts to persuade a reader to adopt a certain point of view or to take an action. The argument must always use sound reasoning and solid evidence by stating facts, giving logical reasons, using examples, and quoting experts. Learning how to recognize persuasive writing as well as how to write persuasively is a valuable skill Even our youngest students are not immune from the pressures of essay writing. We choose a wide range of interesting topics to help them practice how to argue for what they believe in. Here are some sample assignments:
1. Aliens: Fact or Fictions? Do you think whether Aliens exist or not? What evidence can be used to support your opinion? Suggested research areas: UFO reports, with more than 100 billion galaxies in the universe, is it possible that there is life on another planet?
2. Children should be able to use cellphones in school.
The primary purpose of descriptive writing is to describe a person, place or thing in such a way that a picture is formed in the reader's mind. Capturing an event through descriptive writing involves paying close attention to the details by using all of your five senses. Teaching students to write more descriptively will improve their writing by making it more interesting and engaging to read. A good descriptive writing usually should avoid abstract language makes and use of figurative language such as analogies, similes and metaphors.
Abstract: It was a nice day.
Concrete: The sun was shining and a slight breeze blew across my face.
Abstract: I liked writing poems, not essays.
Concrete: I liked writing short, rhythmic poems and hated rambling on about my thoughts in those four-page essays.
Abstract: Mr. Smith was a great teacher.
Concrete: Mr. Smith really knew how to help us turn our thoughts into good stories and essays.
Here are some sample assignments:
1. Every person has a favorite place to play. Think of your favorite place to play. It may be your backyard, or a playground, or a nearby woods, or an open field. What does this place look like? What are the sounds you hear there? What does it feel and smell like? Describe your favorite place to play so that your reader can see it without being there using the following guidance"
2. Make up story based on the picture. One day you see a picture of a dog and a cat, can you imagine a story for them?
Expository writing is a staple of academic writing. Throughout your academic and professional career, you will be called on to write hundreds of expository articles, reports and essays. A thorough knowledge of this writing form will hold you in good stead all through your career. The purpose of the expository essay is to explain a topic in a logical and straightforward manner. Without bells and whistles, expository essays present a fair and balanced analysis of a subject based on facts—with no references to the writer’s opinions or emotions.
1. Most people like one particular animal more than others. What is your favorite animal? Why?
2. Everyone has days that they will always remember as being very special. Think about a special day that you have had. Write an essay telling why it was so special.
3. Rules are important. What are the most important rules at your school and why are they important?
4. Explain why it is important to read.