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Updates on the NEW One-to-One Writing Program
- We are now accepting students for the New One-to-One Writing Program! Spaces are limited.
- This is only available to members of the Elite Member Academy (EMA).
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We are passionate about inspiring children to WANT to write.
Sadly, writing is neglected in many local schools, even elite ones due to the amount of material in the syllabus. As a result, children lose motivation to write at a very young age.
It is never too early or late to improve writing skills. Time and energy invested now will pay off later.
It all starts with writing - good writers excel in other areas of English.
To write well students need the ability to:
- come up with appropriate content points
- use grammar in context
- use a wide range of vocabulary
- structure writing logically (We use mindmaps - see the video at the bottom of the page)
- be creative
We expect to see progress and improvement through this program!
This is a non-profit personal program with the following aims:
- Inspire and motivate students to WANT to write.
- Improve writing skills across a wide range of text-types.
- Help students with structure, content and accuracy.
- Give students confidence to be creative and stand out.
What are Mind-maps?
Mind-map tasks for P4-Secondary are highly recommended for the first set and for students who need guidance with content points, topic sentences and structure.
Mind-map task sets include the following task types:
- Argumentative/Persuasive (debates, essays, articles etc.)
- Narrative (stories, pictures, diary entries etc.)
- Suggestive Letters/e-mails - formal and informal (advice etc.)
- Functional Letters/e-mails (complaints etc.)
- Discursive (expository) (speeches, articles, essays etc.)
- Reports (proposals etc.)
"I am soooooo touched by the thoughtfulness and recognition that you bestowed upon Anthony. I have to say your love and dedication for students is unfathomable, and I can see God's grace in how you steer your students through their challenges, pursuits and most importantly, difficult times."
-Edna (Parent of 3 students)
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