Do you struggle teaching your students to write? Many of us weren’t taught in college how to teach writing or we were and now that we are teaching it, it doesn’t work the same way. In this course, you will be given the tools and skills to be able to take your students from not writing at all or writing a few sentences to being able to write one to three paragraphs. This course will help you to make writing fun, interactive and successful.
Do you struggle teaching how to write? Many of us weren’t taught in college how to teach writing or we were and now that we are teaching it, it doesn’t work the same way. In this Professional Development course on teaching writing, you will be given the tools and skills to be able to take your students from not writing at all or writing a few sentences to being able to write one to three paragraphs. This course will not only teach you how to teach writing but will help you to make writing fun, interactive and successful.
This course includes 7 Modules.
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You work at your own pace.
It also includes lifetime access, so at anytime during the school year you can refer back to it.
There is also a Facebook group that you will get access to, this way you can ask any questions.
All teachers will be offered a “Certificate of Completion” that can be given to your school in exchange for PD time. *Please check with your school to see if they will accept it.
PDFs of various Writing Resources (Mini Lesson Ideas, Close Reading Articles, Journal Prompts, Story Starter Cards, Story Maps, Writing Topic Ideas and more)
Notes for each Module
- Module 1: Introduction to the Course
- Module 2: What is Writer’s Workshop
- Module 3: Teaching Informational Writing
- Module 4: Teaching Opinion Writing
- Module 5: Teaching Narrative Writing
- Module 6: Introduction and Conclusions
- Module 7: Self Editing and Peer Editing
What will you gain from this course?
In this course, you will gain confidence in teaching how to write as well as tried and true techniques that really do work. This is the way that I have taught writing for many years and my students grow by leaps and bounds. Check out the pictures in the preview to see the growth, and this is common year after year. You will also learn how to make writing fun for your students and it will likely become the favorite subject of a majority of your students. Your writing time will become interactive and intertwined with all the subjects that you teach. Your students will be ready to be sent off to the next grade and you will feel confident that you have done everything in your power to prepare them.