PLAN? WHAT'S THAT?
Good writers plan. They think through what they want to write before they actually write.
Before writing a story, some good writers may write their plans down or draw a mind map.
Sometimes, they SEEM like they are not planning but actually, they already know what is necessary for a good story (due to numerous practice!) and have formed a mental plan in their minds.
It all starts with a plan. With a good plan, half the battle is won before you even start writing.
"This is our first online course and I am so glad that Jovan had found it easy to follow and also enjoyed the learning as well! After the first few videos, I can already see that Jovan is able to apply some brainstorming tips (on the given pictures) while reading the questions. He is also engaged by the fun activities and games in the course. If you are hoping to have a better understanding of what are essential to think through in planning, this will be a course that I recommend."
- Mrs Yeo
Parent of Jovan
Primary 5, Catholic High
Hi, I'm Mrs Chew
PLANNING NEEDS TO BE LEARNT.
Unfortunately, many children do not know how they should be doing that.
Is your child facing any of the following when they receive the question paper?
TAKE A DEEP BREATH, THERE IS HOPE!
And we want to share with you, what we are confident will make a difference, "The Write Recipe: How to set your story up for success".
We are going to cover all the ways that we use to plan for our story and we are going to show your children exactly how we do it.
This course will be entirely focused on "Planning and Brainstorming".
Through video tutorials, worksheets, quizzes, games and assessment with feedback given to submitted compositions, it is going to be both an enriching and engaging experience for your children as they learn how to plan and what to look out for in setting up the content of their stories.
THIS COURSE WILL BE HELPFUL IF YOUR CHILD'S STORIES...
I am Mrs. Lily Chew, mother to my little boys, an ex-MOE Primary School teacher and an English educator who laughs and cries with the children under my care. Through my sharing of tips and services, it is my desire for this site to be a learning resource for little ones, parents and the community.
Features of the Course:
1. Video Lessons
5. Composition assessment with feedback
"Shernice has tried several online learning programmes and courses before "The Write Recipe" and this is one of her favourites. The content is rich but not heavy. Mrs Chew is clear in her explanations and the fun activities and games kept her engaged throughout the lessons. In fact, she was so eager to continue the lessons on her own that she did so once she came home from school. The materials and resources given in the package are also useful to help Shernice plan her story. I am glad Shernice had enjoyed the course thoroughly!"
- Mrs Yeo
Parent of Shernice
Primary 5, PLMGS
Parent of Ning
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