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Writing

At EduLab, we identify your strengths and weaknesses and work on improving specific aspects of your writing using a list of criteria and a plan. Our writing class assignments provide you the opportunity to determine where you are in your writing progress and to set goals for the next step in your improvement plan.

UPPER SAT WRITING

This class is designed for students who demonstrate the proper writing skills required but need to improve their five paragraph essays with insightfully developed point of views, appropriate reasons and examples. Because it is important for students to display that they are well read and know topics like the Civil War and the French Revolution, students will read short stories from literature to history to improve their critical thinking and the examples they cite.

LOWER SAT WRITING

Students who are first timers at EduLab are encouraged to take this class. They will study the writing tools required by the College Board to achieve the highest possible score.

EXPOSITORY WRITING

Expository writing is writing that is designed to convey information or explain what is difficult to understand. Expository writing “exposes” information by using outside sources. Students in expository writing class will learn research techniques, how to cite sources and organizational structures of expository writing; students are expected to complete a minimum of three-research projects.

UPPER PERSUASIVE WRITING

Once the student demonstrates the required structure of persuasive writing, the student will be asked to write more complex and challenging persuasive essays with a minimum of three examples from their readings. Students are expected to make grammatically correct sentences.

LOWER PERSUASIVE WRITING

Persuasive writing attempts to convince the reader to accept a particular point of view or to take a specific action. Students are expected to use minimum of two strong evidences from their personal experiences and from their readings to prove their points, and a strong conclusion.

CREATIVE WRITING

Creative writing is designed for students who demonstrate clear understanding of basic writing structure and want to explore fictional, screen writing, autobiography and poetry.

UPPER NARRATIVE

As it is in lower narrative writing, students explore their personal and imagined experiences to write an essay. Students in upper narrative learn to improve the writing tools they learn in the previous class. Students are expected to have a well-developed introduction, 3 body paragraphs and a conclusion.

LOWER NARRATIVE

Narrative Writing tells a personal or fictional experience or tells a story based on a real or imagined event. Lower narrative classes are especially for students who need to study the proper writing tools including introduction, two body paragraphs and conclusion paragraph to write a narrative essay. Students in lower narrative will also study the essential grammatical knowledge and vocabulary to become better writers.