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Extra, Extra Write All About it: 4th Grade Academic Writing
In this four-week class, students will learn how to craft several types of academic writing. They will also learn about the writing process, from planning and drafting, to revising and editing.
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$25 per class
Meets 2x per week
Over 4 weeks
50 minutes per class
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Learners will begin by discussing what they already know about writing for school and what their goals are. Each week, we will learn about and practice a specific type of academic writing structure. For each of these structures, students will begin with an inquiry approach by examining a model text and making observations about what the author does. Next, students will learn how to brainstorm and plan a piece of writing like the model they examined. They will get to choose their own topics...
Students will learn how to work through the writing process of brainstorming, planning, drafting, revising and editing. Students will learn how to craft a strong paragraph with introduction and conclusion sentences and at least 3 supporting details. Students will learn how to write informational/explanatory pieces, compare/contrast pieces and persuasive pieces. Students who are ready will also learn how to add to supporting details by explaining how the detail supports the overall purpose of the writing.
In addition to being able to use google docs, students should bring a pencil and paper.
Assessment will include informal discussions and student work.
1 hour 40 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Arielle DebiraTenured Elementary and Special Education Teacher
21 total reviews
17 completed classes
Hi Friends! I can't wait to learn with you in Outschool. I love being a teacher because I love learning, and kids are always teaching me new things. I also love helping kids meet their goals and reach for their dreams. Since graduating from...