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LitWits® Advanced EssayWriting Camp

Monday, February 25, 2019, 5:00 PM


Arguments can be a blast! It's satisfying to know you're sharing your thoughts with clarity, cohesion, and power. Learning how to do that on paper will help you do better in school and all through life! In Advanced EssayWriting Camp, we'll review the structure of the five-paragraph essay - its importance and parts. We'll each write our own original essay through the week, learning through discussion, group brainstorming, and creative, kinetic activities. Students will gain essential academic information in fun, hands-on ways: dramatic activities and games that show why certain techniques work sensory props to stimulate ideas and questions inspiring examples for emulation engaging projects that connect concepts with creative power By these methods, and with in-class practice, students learn: the structure of the five-paragraph essay - its importance and parts how to outline and support a strong essay how to engage the audience from the start the art of transitions how to vary syntax with punctuation and conjunctions how to elevate colloquial language to academic heights proofreading tips ways to expand on the five-paragraph essay and more! Every student will take home an original essay -- and strong skills and fun memories, too! EssayWriting Camp aligns with these Common Core State Standards. “LitWits is motivating, educational, and inspirational. Your workshops have shown my son that exploring the world of literature and writing can be fun. I can’t thank you enough.” Instructor: Lisa Craddock holds BAs in Literature and Theatre, and a Master of Humanities in Film Studies with a concentration in Rhetoric, or “the art of speaking and writing effectively.” Lisa has taught classes in literature, composition, and film for the University of Colorado. Her scholarship, essays, poetry, and plays have appeared in a variety of literary and academic venues.  She considers it a privilege to homeschool her own four children, avid fans of LitWits since its beginning. Lisa has led educational events for the homeschool community for several years, helping young readers understand themselves and the world through “living books.” Hours:  9am - 12pm, Monday through Friday Ages:  10 and up. Our activities are geared to accommodate a range of ages simultaneously.  Cost: The cost of each camp includes all supplies; children bring their own no-nuts snack. LitWits Workshops is an approved vendor for Ocean Grove Charter School and Inspire Charter Schools. Charter parents, please enter promo code CHARTER-C to register, then request a purchase order or enrichment certificate. Cancellation Policy:   If you cancel at least 30 days before the workshop, you can choose a refund or makeup; within 30 days, you'll get a makeup. (Use promo code MAKEUP to re-register, and please remind us, in the Notes field, which camp you missed.) There are no refunds or makeups for no-shows. We hope that makes sense and seems fair!

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