Beginning, Middle and End: A Step-by-Step Process for Teaching Writing
Friday, March 24, 2023
1:00-3:00 PM (Hybrid)
at First Literacy
160 Boylston Street, 2nd Floor
Boston, MA 02116 (across from the Boston Common)
Friday, March 31, 2023
1:00-2:00 PM (via Zoom only)
(Please note: This is a two-part workshop. By registering you are committing to both sessions.)
This workshop will walk participants through the steps from brainstorming to production to sharing. Teachers will learn a step-by-step process to help students produce writing with strong beginnings, middles, and endings. The workshop will take teachers through the steps of stand-alone sentences to a paragraph to a three and five-paragraph essay and how good writing translates into real-world applications.
Workshop Learning Objectives - Participants will:
- learn how to turn an idea into a strong one, three, or five-paragraph essay,
- learn how to write strong beginnings, middles, and endings,
- proofread and offer feedback to help one another become confident writers, and
- understand and have fun with grammar and mechanics.
Judithann Walz has over twenty years experience as an English and writing teacher. She has lived, taught, and presented around the world and currently works with English for New Bostonians in Boston as a workplace ESOL teacher and with Framingham Adult ESL Plus in Framingham as their resident Advanced Reading and Writing teacher. She also runs Joy Among Wonder (JAW), a company that offers classes for people looking to write and publish their stories and a separate track for those looking to expand their intuition through clairvoyant classes, quantum design, and healing work. She is a published author and soon-to-be TED speaker. Judithann holds a Master’s in Business Administration in Marketing and a Bachelor’s in English and is working toward a Master’s in Creative Nonfiction. She is also TABE CLAS-E Writing Scoring, and BEST Plus certified.
This workshop is free to staff of all Massachusetts non-profit ABE and ESOL Programs.
Questions with an * are required. Thank you!