A Writing Curriculum middle schoolers look forward to!
!From the creator of The One Year Adventure Novel comes an exciting writing curriculum for mid-grade students.
• Does your middle school student love to write . . .
but you aren’t sure how to direct their energy and passion for words?
• Does your middle school student hate to write, but love to read . . . and you don’t know how to motivate them?
• Does your middle school student think English is just plain boring?
“…the delivery and learning methods are so different that even reluctant writers are likely to enjoy the process.”
~ Cathy Duffy, curriculum reviewer
Cover Story helps engage your student in Language Arts!
Cover Story takes middle school students – 6th through 9th grade – on a guided tour through the universe of Story. Through the process of creating the content for their own magazine in a single school year, students are led, step by step, on a fun, thought-provoking journey of exploration and creation. They write poems, short stories, non-fiction articles, letters, and many other short pieces.
They also learn to journal every day by following the creative structure of The Remarkable Journal of Professor Gunther Von Steuben. Along the way, they study not just a story’s form, but its execution.
The program covers poetry, short stories, creative non-fiction, interviews, blogs, letters, and much more in video lessons taught by a professional writer.
The informative course is built around the idea that writing is an inherently fun activity when approached through the doorway of a student’s creative passion. No matter how much your middle school student might already know about writing, Cover Story will challenge them to go deeper.
Light steampunk themes, writing prompts with a twist, and fascinating concepts all help to keep your student engaged.
Your student will never look at writing the same way again.
Language Arts Program
• Story techniques and structure
• Critical thinking
• Grammar (included but optional)
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