Spring Camp: Write A Short Story Every Day!
In this fun, interactive camp, students will write a story every day or one long story and improve their writing skills.
39 total reviews for this teacher
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Completed by 54 learners
learners per class
$15 per class
Meets 5x per week
Runs week after week
55 minutes per class
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This story camp will help any writer who loves telling either true and imaginary stories. They get to choose what kind of story they want to write each day. I'll give them prompts to help them write. We have a lot of fun and they learn some writing basics. This will be suitable for any kids, from strong writers to ESL learners. Early writers can draw pictures and write just one sentence per page. Advanced writers can write a chapter book! Day One : Start with a hook, use a funny, unique...
Students will learn how to develop a story idea, characters, setting, and plot. They will write compelling dialogue and page-turning scenes. In terms of English grammar, they will fix any of their common mistakes and improve their overall fluency, including sentence structure, punctuation, spelling, verbs, and vocabulary. This will help everyone from native speakers to ESL learners.
I taught English as a Second Language for ten years before I became a novelist. I've been teaching novel-writing for the last ten years and some of my students have been ESL learners, so I have a lot of experience with making it fun and interactive. I've also learned other languages, so I understand how hard it can be. I've lived in Korea and Mexico, and I've studied both Korean and Spanish, though the class will be entirely in English. In the class, the students do a lot of writing, but not much talking. As they improve their writing, this will help them build their confidence when speaking in regular life.
They don't need to write anything outside of class, but they can!
1 file available upon enrollmentThey should type their stories on a google document or a word document they upload to the Outschool so that I can look at their writing. I use Canva only to share slides so that they can understand everything they need to do. I give a lot of positive feedback to encourage them to keep writing.
There are no grades; however, I will help them with their writing and give them feedback about what they can work on, but I will especially talk about what they are doing really well.
4 hours 35 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 2 - 4 hours per week outside of class.
I will be using a Canva presentation to help the students understand the grammar and see everything visually. I would love the students to write their stories on a google doc so that I can read them and correct any of their individual grammar issues.
I will give examples from stories and books for this age group.
Novelist and Writing Teacher
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
39 total reviews
37 completed classes
I love helping my students feel empowered through writing and seeing their creative confidence grow as they write more. My classes are fun and inclusive. I have over twenty years of experience teaching in a multi-sensory and interactive way,...