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over 1 week
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This Writing Class is designed to supply students with the skills needed to become successful paragraph writers. It will help struggling writers perfect their skills and it will help seasoned writers expand their writing abilities. Topics Covered: Types of Sentences; Prepositional Phrases; and Narrative, Expositiory and Persuasive Paragraphs Teacher will explain and model each skill before students engage with the skill. A Powerpoint will be used to guide the class; teach the skill; and...
Students will: -identify and write the different types of sentences. -identify and use prepositional phrases to expand sentences. -learn formulas to assist in writing different types of paragraphs. -use time words and chronological order to write an expository paragraph. -use facts to write a narrative paragraph. -establish pros and cons to write persuasive paragraphs. -successfully write basic paragraphs.
I have over twenty years of classroom teaching experience. I have tutored, mentored and educated students in various subject areas but I find myself always drawn to English Language Arts - writing in particular. I have taught writing as a class as well as presented writing strategies to a group of peers.
Students will be required to complete work outside of class. The work is expected to be completed outside of class and sent to the instructor by the end of the day.
Students will need writing instruments (pencils recommended); paper (notebook or journal recommended) and a dictionary. A thesaurus is also recommended. Please note online or electronic versions are okay.
A rubric will be used to complete an informal assessment to give students feedback at the end of the week.
2 hours 15 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
Rhonda Parker, M. Ed.Subjects Made Simple
867 total reviews
1107 completed classes
Hello my name is Rhonda, and I love the art of teaching and learning. I have been an educator for over 20 years. Although I am certified to teach grades K5-8 all subjects, I also work with young adults who are entering college for the first time...