Essay Essentials: Paragraph Practice Writing Club With Personalized Feedback
In this ongoing English Language Arts writing course, middle school students will learn and practice proper paragraph writing techniques with easy steps to write narrative, informative, and opinion paragraphs. Great for reluctant writers. #academic
Martha Jackson, English Language Arts and Writing
411 total reviews for this teacher
21 reviews for this class
Completed by 114 learners
learners per class
Meets 1x per week
Runs week after week
45 minutes per class
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******Summer sections of this class will begin the week of May 29 and will run for June/July/August. ******* A well-written paragraph is the building block to all other writing. In this ongoing course, students will learn basic paragraph writing techniques and practice using them to write narrative, informative, and opinion paragraphs. Each week will walk learners through steps to writing paragraphs, and then we will apply them to a specific type of paragraph. This class is highly...
Students will grow in their understanding of the paragraph writing process, and in their ability to write quality paragraphs.
I have a Bachelor of Arts in English, and held a Professional Teaching Certificate in Florida to teach English in grades 6-12. For the past several years I have taught small group English classes, including how to write paragraphs.
No homework is required, but students are welcome to write paragraphs outside of class and submit them to me for feedback
1 file available upon enrollmentA PDF will be provided for students when they begin this course. To participate in class students need paper and something to write with or the ability to open a separate document for writing during class (i.e. google docs).
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
Students will be informally assessed through class discussion and practice to ensure student understanding and so I, as the teacher, can adapt the class to student's needs. There is no formal assessment.
45 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Martha Jackson, English Language Arts and WritingPursuing Progress Over Perfection
411 total reviews
478 completed classes
Hi! My name is Martha Jackson. I mainly teach writing and literature, and I absolutely love it. My classes focus on breaking down complex ideas into bite-size pieces, giving students concrete tools to grow in specific areas (conducting research,...