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FLEX - About Me - Creative Writing Scenarios
In this multi-week flex class, students will improve their writing by writing about their personal selves. Starter prompts will be given for each class.
Tanya Renee Brewington, M. Ed.
229 total reviews for this teacher
There are no upcoming classes.
No live meetings
Over 8 weeks
learners per class
per learner - per week
How does a "Flex" course work?
No scheduled live video chats
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Great if your learner prefers independent pacing or is uncomfortable with live video chat
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Due to the nature of the writing, this course is being offered as a flex class This will allow for the privacy of each student. However, students will have the option to share their writings with other students for student-to-student interaction through the Outschool platform. Students may upload a video reading their writing or they may upload the paper itself. Either option will be accepted if the student wishes to share and receive feedback from their peers. This course is designed to...
* Students will be able to use their real-life experiences and imagination and create a complete paragraph. * Students will be able to correctly spell and use grammar techniques * Students will broaden their sentence structures into more complex and compound sentences. * Students will be able to effectively take one class or multiple classes. * Students will have fun and guide the course. The teacher is a facilitator. * Students will be able to have open discussion.
Each week, students will be given a new prompt to write about. These assignments will be individually based due to the content of the writings to be personal in nature. Students may write with pen and paper or type the writing out. The student will send the teacher the drafts as they are completed. A minimum of two drafts should be submitted within a week. The teacher will review each draft and provide feedback at least twice a week.
Each student will need paper and pen or have the ability to type their writings. In addition, the student should have a way to attach the assignments in conversations back to the teacher for review. Possible external sources could include Nearpod for lesson content, unlisted YouTube videos from the teacher, Flipgrid for interactive video assignments, Kahoot for quizzes, Activity Learn for assignments, etc. Students are not required to have accounts. They will be provided links and then we'll complete the tasks. These tasks are for the lesson, comprehension, and interaction.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
Students will be assessed on an individual basis on an informal basis.
No live meetings, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Possible external sources could include Nearpod, unlisted YouTube videos, Flipgrid, Kahoot, Activity Learn, etc. Students are not required to have accounts. They will be provided links and then we'll complete the tasks. These tasks are for the lesson, comprehension, and interaction.
Tanya Renee Brewington, M. Ed.Avid Reader, Writer, and Professional Educator
229 total reviews
153 completed classes
Hello. My name is Teacher Tanya. My personal life: I am a wife, a Mom to 9 children and a Grandma to 15 grandchildren. I love to teach. I love to read. I love to travel in my RV. My personal philosophy: I believe we should learn at least one...