Teaching young learners how to write is a meticulous task which requires our unwavering devotion to detail, as it is considered by many to be the culmination of a multitude of well-developed language skills. Writing at a young age not only influences the learner to develop and express his critical thought, but will also inspire him to practice and embed the key elements of the target language.
This is a post for my kids from summer class. Before our lessons came to an end, they worked on a project that had to do with the topic of homeschooling. Most of my students expanded on the issue and were mostly negative towards it, citing the drawbacks that came from this educational approach. Here, however, we can examine another point of view…
by Katherine Reilly
Throughout your academic career, you will be called upon to write a formal assignment called an essay. An essay can have many forms or purposes; however, the basic structure is the same. Supporting a view, describing an event, finding a solution to a problem are only some of the formats we must tackle, but if we follow these simple rules, the essay will ‘write itself’ as we expand our ideas.