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Doing Homework

Register your teen for a weekly summer writing workshop facilitated by an author/publisher. 

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Register your middle and high school teen for the "Kid Writers" program taught by Author Thea Fielding-Lowe.

 

  • For 6th -12th graders  or 11 -18 year olds (classes will be divided based on grades)

  • Classes are every Wednesday beginning on July 5th and end on August 23rd; 12:30pm to 1:30pm

  • Each class is 1-hour long. Some classes may have special guest appearances by authors.

  • Students will meet with the teacher via Zoom. Youth can begin to log-in 10 minutes before the class begins.

  • Each class is $30 and can be paid through Paypal or Cashpp ($TheaFLowe). Parents can prepay at the beginning of the program or pay weekly 2 hours before class begins.

  • Payments are Nonrefundable 

Here are some key benefits and areas of learning that can be gained from Kid Writers:

  1. Writing Craft: Provides instruction on the fundamentals of writing, including elements such as plot, character development, dialogue, setting, and structure. Participants can learn how to create engaging stories, build tension, and develop their unique writing style.

  2. Literary Techniques: Explore various literary techniques used by accomplished writers, such as symbolism, metaphor, foreshadowing, and imagery. Understanding and applying these techniques can enhance the depth and richness of one's writing.

  3. Genre Exploration: Research and discuss different genres, such as fiction, poetry, creative nonfiction, or screenwriting. Youth can explore these genres, understand their conventions, and learn how to write effectively within each one.

  4. Writing Process: Learn strategies and techniques for developing a writing process, including brainstorming, outlining, drafting, revising, and editing. Participants can learn how to manage their time, set goals, and overcome writer's block.

  5. Feedback and Critique: Constructive feedback is an integral part of writers programs. Youth can submit their work for critique and receive guidance from instructors and peers. This feedback helps them identify strengths, weaknesses, and areas for improvement in their writing.

  6. Writing Community: Participants will connect with fellow aspiring writers. Building relationships with peers who share similar interests can provide a supportive community for collaboration, inspiration, and motivation.

  7. Literary Analysis:  Engage in literary analysis by studying and discussing works by established authors. This practice helps develop critical thinking skills, deepens understanding of literature, and broadens one's perspective on different writing styles.

  8. Creative Thinking and Expression: Through writing exercises and prompts, youth can enhance their creative thinking abilities and learn to express their thoughts and emotions effectively on paper. Writing can become a powerful outlet for self-expression and personal growth.

  9. Confidence and Discipline: As youth progress in a writers program, they gain confidence in their writing abilities and develop the discipline necessary to consistently practice and improve. These qualities can extend beyond writing and positively impact other areas of their lives.

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