English

Writing to Perfection: Once Weekly 6 Paragraph Essay Writing Practice

The more students write, and use structure to construct the essay, the easier it becomes as they increase their skill and writing fluency. Class size is kept small in order for students to receive help when they need.
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45 minutes

per class

Once per week

every week

8-12

year olds

3-6

learners per class

per learner

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Class Experience

Class meets once every week, but  will take 2 weeks per essay. Each student will produce a 6 paragraph essay every 2  weeks, including an introduction, conclusion, and transitional sentences. 
I have over 30 years of teaching experience. I am endorsed in School Counseling K-12 (Masters Degree), Elementary Education, and Special Education K-12, and I have a middle school English endorsement. I regularly worked with students on writing essays. 
Students need to come prepared for class with their topic, main ideas and details ready to go. At the end of the 2nd class, they can finish if they were not able to complete in class. 
Students will need to have ideas described above ready to go. 
45 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.

Teacher

Carol Cobb, Masters in School CounselingSchool Counselor With Passion for Nature and STEM
310 total reviews
447 completed classes

About Me

Hello, 
My name is Carol Cobb. I am passionate about helping students develop  social skills, academic skills, learn how to deal with issues that they are concerned about, and explore topics they care about. 

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