Published 3/2023
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz
Language: English | Size: 232.93 MB | Duration: 0h 32m
Essay writing taught creatively

[b]What you'll learn[/b]
Teach students how to write effectively.
Engage students through approaching writing in a creative way.
Help students to plan and draft their writing task.
Help students to proofread and edit their task.


As an English teacher, you may have encountered students who find essay writing boring or daunting. You may have tried various approaches to make writing more engaging, but still find it difficult to spark interest among your students. Fortunately, there are effective strategies you can use to make essay writing more enjoyable and productive for both you and your students.This short course offers a fun and innovative approach to teaching essay writing that can help you transform your classroom into a space of creativity, collaboration, and critical thinking. The course is designed to help you guide your students through the three main stages of writing: prewriting, drafting, and revising. You'll learn how to help your students brainstorm, organize their thoughts, and plan their writing in creative ways that go beyond traditional mind mapping.During the drafting stage, you'll explore techniques for overcoming writer's block and encouraging students to experiment with different writing styles and structures. You'll also learn how to provide effective feedback to help your students refine their writing and develop their own unique voice.Finally, the course will cover strategies for the revising and editing process, including tips for helping students identify errors, provide constructive feedback to their peers, and collaborate effectively to create polished and persuasive essays.By taking this course, you'll gain valuable insights and practical tools that can help you create a more engaging and effective writing classroom. You'll be able to help your students develop their writing skills, express their ideas with confidence, and become better critical thinkers and communicators. So why wait? Sign up for this course today and start transforming your classroom into a dynamic space of creativity and learning!

Section 1: Introduction
Lecture 1 Introduction
Lecture 2 The different types of essays
Section 2: Writing - the planning phase
Lecture 3 The planning phase
Section 3: Writing - the first draft
Lecture 4 Writing - the first draft
Section 4: Writing - revising, editing and proofreading
Lecture 5 Writing - revising, editing and proofreading
Section 5: Course overview
Lecture 6 Final lecture: course overview
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