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wHY & What
Seniors with strong academic records are sometimes hindered in their college admission prospects due to a deficiency in their storytelling and writing abilities.
Effective college essays often tell a story that illustrates who you are and what you have to offer.
Our Creative writing class can help you develop the storytelling skills necessary to craft a compelling narrative.
Develop Your Voice
Creative writing can help you find your unique writing voice, which can make your college essays more compelling and memorable.
Our class is led by experienced writing instructor who can offer you personalized feedback and guidance to help you improve your writing skills.
Our class covers the fundamental elements of storytelling - plot, character development, and dialogue.
Level 1: Course Outcome & Contents
In this Level 1 Creative Writing Class, a 10–15 page novel, short story, or epic poem will be written over the six weeks course. The piece will be student written, edited, and revised and will incorporate literary elements discussed in class such as figurative language, rhetorical devices, narrative arcs, and thematic ideas.
Week 1: Class Reading + Homework (Reading & Writing)
Students will be able to define, identify, and analyze imagery to create conversations about thematic content in order to begin the creative process for writing their pieces. Students will begin brainstorming ideas for their own writing during this class.
Week 2: Class Reading + Homework (Reading & Writing)
Students will be able to name and describe the function of a narrative arc within a story, novel, or epic poem. Students will analyze literary elements that create suspense and further apply it to their own writing.
Week 3: Class Reading + Homework (Reading & Writing)
Students will learn to utilize the three common forms of irony and the fundamental types of rhetorical writing within their writing to make it more compelling and persuasive. Students will also have their final format of the paper (short story or epic poem) decided by the end of the class
Week 4: Class Reading + Homework (Reading & Writing)
Students will discuss and analyze symbols in literature and be able to create them on their own to incorporate into their final writing paper.
Week 5: Class Reading + Homework (Reading & Writing)
Students will be able to identify and analyze various forms of rhetoric in public speaking, such as anaphora, ethos, pathos, and logos in order to bolster the argumentative or thematic content of their own writing.
Week 6: Class Reading + Homework (Reading & Writing)
Students will design a visual storyboard that outlines their writing and learning process throughout the course. The board can indicate personal growth or reflect their final writing. Students will then present their storyboards to the rest of the class and parents. Atleast one parent have to attend this session.
Here’s what people are saying about this course:
Creative class / course was well prepared/ organized and kids were engaged throughout the session. The instructor is very knowledgeable, patient and provided one on one attention to each kid. Weekly submission of homework helped kids review and analyze the progress they have made. I would highly recommend this class to all - its a good start for the kids
Parent of a 7th Grader (Completed L1 Class)
I learned a lot from this class, and the main thing I would say was symbolic irony or symbols in general. This concept was way more helpful in my writing than I thought, and I probably wouldn't have learned it without this class. Overall, I would say the class was great. The atmosphere was friendly and inviting, and I never felt uncomfortable speaking up. Adam taught this stuff brilliantly, balancing fun and actual teaching. To put it simply, this class was awesome.
8th Grader - Student (Completed L1 Class)
I enjoyed working with Adam because of his teaching style, it's just so simple and entertaining while still retaining the informative value of any other lesson. I learned how to tell stories effectively by using more description, figurative language, and utilizing different types of sarcasm. We reviewed many texts from famous authors and broke down the text to better understand what made them so famous. The final outcome of the class was a 10-page story that we had to create using the different tactics.
7th Grader - Student (Completed L1 Class)
Join the Level 1 Creative Writing Class
Sat: 2 PM EST - Apr 22-May 27
229 - Class Started
Class Starts on Saturday - April 22, 2023 at 2PM EST for 6 weeks to May 27. 1 Hour per Session.
Fri: 5 PM EST - Apr 28-June9
229 - Class Full
Class Starts on Friday - April 28, 2023 at 5:00PM EST for 6 weeks. No Class on May 26 (Long weekend). 1 Hour per Session.
Sat: 3:30 PM EST - Apr 22-May 27
229 - Class Full
Class Starts on Saturday - April 22, 2023 at 3:30PM EST for 6 weeks to May 27. 1 Hour per Session.
FRI: 6:30 PM EST - APR 28-JUNE9
229 - Class Full
Class Starts on Friday - April 28, 2023 at 6:30PM EST for 6 weeks. No Class on May 26 (Long weekend). 1 Hour per Session.
You are fully protected by our First Class - 100% Satisfaction-Guarantee.
If, for any reason, you don't like the course, please let us know the same day after the first class, you can get a full and swift refund.