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Objective or Subjective? Writing Skills for Teens with Teacher Mark This 50 minute course explores and explains the differences between objective and subjective writing using real-world examples. Students will not only learn how to identify the type of statements they are exposed to but will have the opportunity to compose short, objective statements in their own writing. Understanding the differences in objective and subjective writing is one of the key elements leading to the development...
Students will learn to recognize the difference between objective and subjective statements. Students will practice composing objective statements and will receive teacher and peer feedback.
I have taught English Language Arts, Literature, and ESL at the middle and high school levels for nearly 13 years. Prior to my full-time work with students online I served as an instructional coach, reading interventionist, Friday School principal, and Secondary English Specialist for a large school district. I hold an active teaching license as well as a K-12 principal license. My focus areas of expertise are English Language Arts (reading, writing, speaking), Literature Studies, Common Core standards, ESL, Social and Emotional Learning, Project-Based Learning and Evidence-based Instructional Practices.
Pencil or pen and Paper
50 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Mark Slack, MA
Unique Classes for Unique Minds
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
Hello everyone! Thank you for the opportunity to share a quick bit of information about my courses, background and educational values! I am a certified teacher with 13 years experience instructing students in middle school, high school, and...