2021 Winter – Creative Writing for Elementary Students (C)
Fostering a love of writing can be massively beneficial to your student later in life, and it will help them think out of the box.
Writing engages both sides of your brain: the right side is responsible for creativity and the left side is the more analytical and logical side. Both sides are crucial to all writing, but especially creative writing.
For elementary students, now is an excellent time to experiment with creative writing because it helps them channel their imaginations into a productive format and learn how to express their thoughts effectively.
The purpose of this course is to enhance students writing abilities by integrating research-based learning activities that are fun and engaging for students. Lesson’s will be grounded in real-world activated the integrate different writing conventions and grammar points that help students improve their writing and creative thinking skills. It is important to note that while grammar will be apart of the course the emphasis will be on increasing students critical thinking and creative writing skills.
|3||Personal Narrative – Three things that I love|
|4||Informational Report – Endangered Animals|
|5||Informational Report – Endangered Animals|
|6||Informational Report – Endangered Animals|
|7||Building a Story – Prewriting|
|8||Building a Story – Writing|
|9||Building a Story – Responding|
|10||Building a Story – Revising|
|11||Building a Story – Editing|
|12||Building a Story – Publishing/Sharing|
- Grade G3 - G5
- Max Enroll 6
- Class Time 10:45 am – 12:15 pm EST, Sundays (1/31 - 5/9, no class on 2/14, 3/28, 4/4)
- Class Location Online