Writing: Start to Finish

The StudyPro Writing Course teaches students the fundamentals of the writing process as well as strategies to get “unstuck”.  This course focuses on the skills necessary to plan, organize, and complete academic writing projects.

Essential Study Skills Course

The Study Skills Class is recommended as the starting place for all 6th through 12th graders who desire to learn how to better plan, manage, organize and complete their work.

The course teaches the
FUNDAMENTAL SKILLS for STUDY SUCCESS.

These set of skills match what is being asked of a student in school. Mastering these skills will allow students to manage a rigorous curriculum with great efficacy and efficiency.

The course is broken down in to five (5) Modules:

Writing: Start to Finish is designed for any student who feels challenged by the demands of academic writing.

Students will discover their
AUTHENTIC VOICE
and gain INCREASED CONFIDENCE in writing.

Each student will:

  • discover their unique writing profile,
  • learn effective strategies for each phase of the writing process, and
  • adopt techniques to troubleshoot obstacles.

By adopting a process that can be applied to any academic assignment, writing projects will become more approachable, successful, and fun!

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Why take this course?

Whether we know it or not, each of us has a writing voice. Finding and activating that voice through the use of a repeatable process is the goal of this course. Students will leave having adopted their own process of writing – a system that is personalized and works for them. They will know how to get started, how to translate what is in their head to paper, how to edit, and how to persist when writing gets challenging.

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What will students gain from the course?

Students will understand the aims and goals of academic writing, including:  

 
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The course is broken down in to five (5) Modules:

Identifying our Writing Strengths

Day 1 explores each student’s writing identity. Students will learn to name their unique strengths, challenges, and writing goals. This session explores the brain’s role in writing and helps students to clarify the assumptions, habits, and expectations that influence their writing success in both positive and negative ways. Students learn how to overcome limiting beliefs about their writing and strategies for starting and organizing a piece of writing.

Parent Involvement

Parents are invited to join us for the final hour of the Day Five session, where the instructor will provide an overview of the course, skills and strategies covered and tools that the students will be taking with them. Students will share course materials, including the writing that they have done, and the process that they will use to approach future writing projects.

Class Size

The course is limited to 10 students.

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Pricing:

$850 for 5 session course (10 hours total)

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