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First Grade Writing Center
Julie Jordan, B.A. Education
Do you have a reluctant writer? In this once-a-week, ongoing course your learner will become a more confident writer through fun and engaging activities.
US Grade 1
Is your first grade learner a reluctant writer? This ongoing class will meet for 45 minutes once a week. The goal of this course is to help your learner to be a more confident writer. The First Grade Writing Center will review writing basics in fun and engaging ways. Warm Up Your Pencil Each session will begin with a Warm Up Your Pencil activity or game. This will be a fun and low pressure way to get your learner moving more freely and comfortably with a pencil on paper. Skill Review Next...
The class is designed to review basic story writing skills such as parts of speech, parts of a story, sentence formation, story ideas and the writer's craft.
I have a bachelor's degree in Elementary Education and 16 years of experience teaching a variety of ages and subjects.
Homework OfferedLearners will work both individually and as a group during class. Homework outside of class may include finishing a writing assignment. For some of my classes I will assign a read aloud viewing. I will provide a link to the read aloud video in the classroom.
0 - 1 hours per week outside of class
Assessments OfferedThere is no formal assessment in this course. In each class, I confer with each student during the independent writing time to see how the learner is doing with their writing.
2 Writing Folders, one for holding supplies and one for holding written work Supply Folder needs to include: -3 pieces of blank paper -3 pieces of lined paper (whichever lined paper your learner is used to using) -3 blank books - Please make your blank book before coming to class. Fold 2 blank pieces of blank paper together with the short edges meeting. Put one folded paper inside the other and staple the fold to make the binding of the book. pencils, crayons
Meet the teacher
I love taking learning outside of textbooks and worksheets and teaching with great stories and wonderful books. It is my goal to provide tools and experiences for your children to grow in their interests and skills. My classes encourage students...
1x per week
Average rating:4.9Number of reviews:(14)
Completed by 144 learners
Live video meetings
3-6 learners per class
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