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Essay Intensive – YES – INTENSIVE! – Tuesday – Spring 2024 – 10 Weeks – Grades 7 – 11

Tuesday, March 26 2024 @ 11:00AM Tuesday, June 25 2024 @ 12:30PM EDT


Eva Goldstein-Meola

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7 – 11

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11:00AM – 12:30PM (ET)


Spring 2024

AP / Honors / NCAA Approved

NCAA Approved Course


Tuesday, March 26 2024 @ 11:00AM EDT
Tuesday, June 25 2024 @ 12:30PM EDT
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This class is INTENSIVE.  Let me say that again – INTENSIVE!

For students to be successful in academics, high school and college, it is imperative that they understand how to write an essay.  In this class, students will learn how to brainstorm, write, add in various writing techniques and editing a Critique. Expository, Persuasive, Compare/Contrast and Narrative Essay.

Students will learn the differences between all five essays.

Students will learn the elements of an introductory paragraph.

Students will learn the elements of a concluding paragraph.

Students will learn how to write body paragraphs.

Students will learn a variety of stylistic techniques to enhance their writing.

Students should come to this class with writing experience.  This is NOT a “one-stop” writing class.  This class will take that experience and help perfect it for high school and college writing.

This class is INTENSIVE.  It needs to be understood that students will be writing for at least 5 hours a week.  This is what it takes to write a GOOD essay.

1 hour brainstorming 

2 hours writing

2 hours editing

This is at least an hour of focused writing a day – Monday through Friday.

If students want to improve – and feel comfortable with writing – this is the dedication, they need.

Finally, this class is intended to TEACH them how to write an essay; however, it needs to be said, they will need additional practice after this class to feel comfortable with each essay and the process.

Students are expected to be present in class, participating actively and asking questions when they arise.   

Students are expected to USE their CLASS NOTES (provided by instructor) while writing.

Students are expected to USE their ASSIGNMENT PLANNERS while writing.

Students are expected to USE their COMPOSITION CHECKLIST while editing.

Homework is given at the end of each class session. It is expected that students work on their assignment 15 – 30 minutes daily between class sessions depending on the student’s focus and speed.

High School Students can take .5 (1/2) credit for English or Elective.

NOTE: This class must reach the minimum of five students by March 5, 2024 to run. If we do not reach this minimum, parents will be contacted via email.

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