Middle School Reading and Writing Workshop
In this course, students will practice reading and writing in a community, enhancing critical reading, thinking, and writing skills. Course assignments will include analytical discussions, creative writing assignments, and high engagement between students and peers. Students receive individualized written feedback from their instructor and engage in online written discussions with classmates from around the world. Writing assignments include narrative stories; expository and compare/contrast essays; and persuasive writing.
- Read four high-interest, thematically connected, age-appropriate books
- Receive individualized written feedback on their work
- Participate in online written discussions with classmates from around the world, making inferences, determining motivations, evaluating arguments, and providing textual evidence to support their opinions
- Post writing assignments such as narrative stories, newspaper and journal accounts, persuasive writing, and essays that encourage students to take on different points of view, summarize details, compare books with movies, and discuss central ideas
The Hunger Games, Suzanne Collins
Delirium, Lauren Oliver
The Giver, Louis Lowry
Unwind, Neal Shusterman
Class Time: 3/17-6/2, 4:30-6PM, Wednesdays (First class is free trail*)
Tuition: $450 for total 12 lessons. or $40 each lesson.
For students of grade 6th to 9th.
Register at http://tiny.cc/reading-writing