The Writing courseWriting course
..... There are few things competing with the pleasure of seeing a schoolgirl share something with a pens, a sheet of papers and a series of words! But you really need to know the four things that children need to know to know how to write (and how to succeed).
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Writing course and IEW
Thought I' d tell you a little bit about what we're doing for this year. It is one of the areas where I have the feeling that I am missing it. Maybe because of all the grammatical laws, how to spell and how not to spell. Still today, while I am still working, I think of the "not" schedule, but I give myself a rest because I am no longer at university.
Okay, let's start this year. We are starting our third year with The CourseOpens in a new browser and the second year with IEWOpens in a new one. I think we really enjoy the class and it helps the children to put their thoughts on pen.
They will take the children with them when they go and read the course outlines. Mr Lybrand suggests attending the course at least once a year. It was more for me than for the children. I needed a little more texture when I was typing.
By saying Struktur, I mean that I needed help in the implementation of different kinds of letter. The RC CurriculumOpen in a new screen allows the pupil to spend 30 to 1 lesson or until one side is full on both sides. Obviously, this is not done right away, and it is especially for older undergraduates.
Anyways, with children headed into middle school, I was thought of different kinds of typing, writing, poetry, bios, essay, speeches, argument, etc... IEW was a great complement to The Courses. During Mr. Lybrand's course he told the pupil not to wait for him to start to write "great". That was a huge help to the children.
Children are writing their play as they talk and without caring about it.
In this year the children go through SICC-BOpens in a new browser and study: One other thing I have found to my taste, and which I have found many others about, is that the children don't have to look at a sheet of empty sheet of writing and find out what to have.
Mr. Pudewa will tell you what to put down. That was very helpful. Though when the children found out what to say about before, it was a pleasure to hear what was on their minds. So, what kind of syllabus or course do you use?