Virtual 1 Day Workshops
If you sign up for this section, you are signing up for a virtual section. There are a limited in-person spaces for this course. If you want to take the course in-person, you must register for the in-person section so we can ensure social distancing.
The content for the virtual section and in-person section is the same.
Writing is a complex task that requires the cooperation of many different academic skills at once. One of the most important elements of writing, however, is understanding the expectations for text structure. Though it may seem that “write a paragraph” is a clear task, the directional words that come after that instruction are key to the crafting of an accurate response. For instance, the direction to “write a paragraph that explains …” requires a very different organizational approach than one with the directive to “compare and/or contrast.” Students need to understand the words in a prompt that provide direction to their writing structure before they can appropriately plan their ideas. Moreover, teachers need to be aware of the significance that these words carry when creating a prompt for writing.
Upon completion, participants will be able to:
This course is appropriate for educators at all grade levels.
All necessary materials will be shared electronically.
|July 21, 2021
8:30am - 3:00pm Eastern
Registration is unavailable at this time.
Over 98% of educators felt that their Outreach Summer Institute seminar provided them with strategies and tools that will help their students.
Keryn has taught at Landmark High School in the language arts and literature departments since 2003. As associate director, she manages content development and production, and she assists in overseeing all aspects of the program. For Outreach, Keryn has been a school consultant, produced materials for the DESE, and organized the Professional Development Seminars for Cape Cod Educators, in addition to coordinating and teaching courses for the Summer Institute, Landmark Outreach Online, and the Landmark SNHU partnership. Keryn holds a bachelor’s degree in English from Colby College and a master’s degree in special education from Simmons University.