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Objective or Subjective? Writing Skills for Teens

This 50 minute course explores the concepts of objectivity and subjectivity in writing
Mark Slack, MA
20 total reviews for this teacher
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Class Experience

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
Lives in the United States
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20 total reviews
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I am a certified teacher with 15 years experience instructing students in middle school, high school, and adult ELL programs. I... 
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