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20 Minute Cursive Class: Learn to Write Your Name!

English

Middle School & Teen Cursive: Learn to Write Cursive & Read Letters From History

In just 12 recorded lessons, (3 classes a week for four weeks= $5/class) students will learn proper technique to form, slant, and connect letters to write in cursive. Cursive sample letter from history & sample of a famous writers reviewed.
Ms. Lisa B.A.; 27 Year Veteran Teacher
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Completed by 11 learners
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No live meetings
Over 4 weeks
11-16
year olds
1-18
learners per class
per learner - per week

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No scheduled live video chats
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
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Lesson 1: Students will learn to form "sharp top" lowers case letters (i/t/s/u) and begin to connect words to practice cursive connection and write their first sentence. Students will be introduced to a small sample of cursive writing for reading practice and sample a famous authors cursive writing. Worksheet includes writing and connecting the letters from the lesson. 

Class 2: Students will read a sample of cursive writing. In this lesson, we will continue to form "sharp top" letters, begin "loop top" lower case letters and write new sentences. We will review writing letters (i/t/s) and learn (r/e/l/f). INTERACTION POINT: upload your first sentences for comparison at the end of lesson 12. You may be surprised how much you improved in cursive writing in just four weeks.
Worksheet includes writing and connecting the letters from the lesson and writing sentences. 

Class 3: Students will read a sample of cursive writing. In this lesson, students will also learn to form "round top" lower case letters (m/n/x), review previous letters taught, and write more words and sentences. Students will also begin the process of transcribing words/sentences from manuscript to cursive. INTERACTION POINT: Answer the discussion question.
Worksheet includes writing and connecting the letters from the lesson and past lessons. Students will continue to trace and write sentences. 

Class 4: Students will read a sample of cursive writing. In this lesson, students will learn to form "roll top letters" (a/c/d/q) and review previous letters. Cursive sentence writing will also be practiced. Famous letter sample will be viewed at the end of class.
Worksheet includes writing and connecting the letters from the lesson and writing sentences. 

Class 5: Students will read a sample of cursive writing. Students will also learn to form (p/h/k) and write words/sentences with all letters learned at this point. Students will continue to connect letters, read, and creatively write words and sentences. INTERACTION POINT: Class discussion. Answer one of the three questions posted about our time learning cursive up to this point and comment on another students answer. 
Worksheet includes writing and connecting the letters from the lesson and writing sentences. 

Class 6: Students will read a sample of cursive writing. In this lesson, students will learn to form (b/o/v/w) and review previous taught letters. Students will write short sentences from manuscript to cursive. INTERACTION POINT: Time yourself writing three of our six sentences and upload a picture of your cursive sentences.
Worksheet includes writing and connecting the letters from the lesson and writing sentences. 

Class 7: Students will read a sample of cursive writing. Students will learn to form "below the baseline" letters (g/j/y/z). Students will write short sentences from manuscript to cursive. Famous letters samples will be viewed. 
Worksheet includes writing and connecting the letters from the lesson and writing sentences. Students will begin to copy/trace short sentences or paragraphs from manuscript to cursive.

Class 8: Students will read a sample of cursive writing. In this lesson, students will begin to form Upper Case letters and review their lower case partners (Aa, Cc, Oo, Ee, Dd, Ff, Tt). Students will write short sentences from manuscript to cursive. INTERACTION POINT: We made it to uppercase letters. Write five proper nouns to practice the letters learned in class.
Worksheet includes writing and connecting the letters from the lesson and writing sentences. Students will begin to copy/trace short sentences or paragraphs from manuscript to cursive.

Class 9: Students will read a sample of cursive writing. Students will also learn to form new Upper Case letters and review their lower case partners (Pp/Rr/Bb/Ll). INTERACTION POINT: Answer one of the game questions from class in cursive.
Worksheet includes writing and connecting the letters from the lesson and writing sentences. Students will begin to copy/trace short sentences or paragraphs from manuscript to cursive.

Class 10: Students will read a sample of cursive writing. We will also continue to learn to form Upper Case letters and review their lower case partners (Ss, Gg, Ii, Jj). A sample letter from history will be reviewed. 
Worksheet will include tracing/connecting/writing letters from this lesson. Students will also write 1-2 stanzas of a poem by Robert Frost

Class 11: Students will read a sample of cursive writing. In this lesson, students will learn to form Upper Case letters and review their lower case partners (Mn, Nn, Hh, Kk, Xx). INTERACTION POINT: Answer the discussion question: Who will you write a thank you letter to and why? You don't have to show us the letter, but show us your "signature"!
Worksheet will include tracing/connecting/writing letters from this lesson. Students will also write 1-2 stanzas of a poem by Robert Frost

Class 12: Students will read a sample of cursive writing, learn to form upper case letters and review their lower case partners (Uu, Vv, Yy, Ww, Qq, Zz). INTERACTION POINT: Some letters are easier than others. Show us the letter(s) that are easiest for you to write and the letter(s) that you were difficult to remember. Write and compare your sentence from lesson 2. 
Worksheet will include tracing/connecting/writing letters from this lesson and writing the final stanzas of a poem by Robert Frost
There is no homework due for this class, however, students are encouraged to practice writing letters reviewed in class. There will also be worksheet given for practice outside of class. 
Students will be sent worksheets before each class to help them trace and form letters and sentences. Please print your worksheets for class.
No live meetings, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
We will be reading letters from WW II soldiers. If parents would like a copy of the transcript, please let me know before class. 
We will also read a letter from Abraham Lincoln before he was president, a letter from Queen Elizabeth to FDR where she gives a recipe, and a song written by John Lennon.
We'll see samples from Einstein and Beethoven, however their writing is in German. 

Teacher

Ms. Lisa B.A.; 27 Year Veteran Teacher
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Lives in the United States
Teaching is a work of heart.
106 total reviews
55 completed classes

About Me

Hello students and parents. Welcome to my classroom. I’m Ms. Lisa. I have been in education for over twenty years and have had the privilege of teaching children both domestically and internationally. I started teaching high school English after... 
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