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Five Paragraph Essay on Conflict

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Creative Writing Lessons for Middle/High School

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12 Week Creative Writing Assignments

Five Paragraph Essay on Conflict

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Five Paragraph Essay on Conflict

Research Paper Guide

Creative Writing Lessons for Middle/High School

Five Paragraph Essay on Conflict

Five Paragraph Essay on Conflict

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Natasha L.
No. There wasn't more. I can provide more details if you have any questions.

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Sorry I didn't realize how the questions worked. I purchased the Writing Creatively and when I downloaded it I found that it was the two pages that were featured in the preview. Was there supposed to be more?
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Is there just supposed to be the two pages featured on the preview with the purchase?
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Natasha L.
Sara,

The five paragraph assignment that is listed as a free sample could be used in a high school classroom. The package that you're looking at is a full year program. There are several others for shorter periods of time.
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Sara K.
Would these materials be beneficial for a Creative Writing teacher in a high school classroom? Would you mind posting one example assignment? $50.00 is a lot of money; I would just like to make sure what I'm purchasing would work for my students.
Thank you!
Sara
August 13, 2006 Report inappropriate comment

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Jian Z.
Hi Natasha,

Just wondering if you teach writing lessons for 4th-6th grader children over the interrent? We (also a few of our friends) are parents of 4th-6th graders and have been seeking a good writing instructor with experience in online teaching. If you are interested, we could take this off line and discuss some more details on the lessons and fees. My email is jzhang_97@yahoo.com

Thanks in advance and regards.

-Jian Zhang
San Jose, CA
July 21, 2006 Report inappropriate comment

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Natasha L.
These lessons have a variety of topics, for instance, one of the questions is, "What makes a good teacher?". I'm looking to get kids writing and comfortable forming paragraphs. These assignments have few instructions for new writers and focus on getting as much description from their sentences as possible.
July 15, 2006 Report inappropriate comment

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Patricia H.
Natasha,

What are the specific lessons in your "12 Week Creative Writing Assignments"?
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Natasha L.
Students would receive feedback using word's tools function called Track Changes. This allows them to see my notes written in red. They are then able to make changes or make note of a rule that needs to be kept in mind for their next assignment.

While this class was intended for homeschoolers, I'm comfortable reading a large group of work. I teach at Full Sail in Screenwriting for Film and often have had to read over thirty to thrity five assignments per week, meet with the students, and recall all of the stories. It can be done. As long as each student was paid to have feedback included in their curriculum, that wouldn't be a problem.

As a teacher, you're also able to purchase one lesson and utilize it in the classroom and provide feedback to the students on your own.

I hope I answered your question. Don't hesitate to respond back if you need more information.

Have a great day!
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Elizabeth C.
How often does a student get your feedback via Word, through emails? How would you manage feedback for several classes of 25 students?
Thanks!
June 28, 2006 Report inappropriate comment
TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I work as a specialist at Full Sail teaching screenwriting and assisting students not only to improve their writing, but to teach them to understand how the screenplay in written form is essential to them in the roles they would like in their technical careers. I am a homeschool mother of two and teach creative writing to middle and high school students within our support group. I freelance material for many different web-sites, magazines, and homeschool curriculum.

MY TEACHING STYLE

As a homeschooling parent, I have a very eclectic style. As far as writing is concerned, I teach without introducing the basics. I expect students to know how to form a paragraph and then utilize the methods of writing correct paragraphs into five paragraph essays and additional assignments. I think that is expected of upper level education. I grade work using track changes in Microsoft Word, and always comment regarding style of paragraph if needed, as well as offer feedback overall on the written work. While curriculum is planned out with specific directions, everyone often needs help and I am not afraid to give students a little push, brainstorm with them, and help them in their writing. I'm a very organized individual, with lessons very specific. I am also extremely flexible and help tailor assignments to students needs. In the end, I want each person to hone their writing skills and shine. I work hard to offer constructive yet positive criticism to help them continue to want to write and hopefully in the end, have fun doing so. I believe that no matter what avenue children decide to take in life as far as "work" goes, they will need to be able to write and effectively communicate with others. My creative writing assignments are a stepping stone to help them achieve greatness.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

In my last creative writing meeting with my homeschool students, I asked them, in anticipation of offering classes on the web, 'Why does this class work for you?' and then 'Why does this class not work for you?' I was nervous asking this question. Most students, while they want to make a good impression, still will tell you the truth. The reply of one student was that he wished he had a creative writing class sooner in life, because he struggled with writing and now felt the process of writing was easier for him and fun. That made me very happy, knowing that I reached this person and that he was going to succeed with the remaining writing assignments. I had another student that received very high marks on his written portion of the SAT because he had more practice writing in my class. He'd struggled a bit at the beginning of the year, so I was happy to see him make such great progress in just a few months time.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

I have a degree in Business Management with a specialization in Marketing. My love and passion in life is writing. I've used my degree in business to better manage my goals for teaching and writing.

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

I am an easy-going individual looking to share the knowledge and passion that I have for writing. I am an avid reader, or bookworm, you might say. In my free-time, I love to garden, travel, go on long walks, and just hang out with my kids.

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