What’s the difference between, “Let’s eat grandma!” and “Let’s eat, grandma!” Stumped? In the prior, you have the basis for a Grimm’s fairytale. In the latter, you have a clean, crisp, and grammatically correct sentence!
Your child can avoid such (tragic) misunderstandings and take their writing to the next level with our Grammar & Essays Workshop, a program that…
Holds 75-minute online live classes, weekly
Runs for Fall, Winter/Spring, and Summer semesters
Fall Semester is 4 months, from September to December
Winter/Spring Semester is 5 months, from January to May
Summer Semester is 2 months, from June to July
Offers courses for grade groups, Grades (4-5), (6-7), and (8-9)
Maintains small class sizes at 10 students, maximum
Supplies weekly mini-lessons as homework
Teaches myriad essay types, such as…
Narrative, Persuasive, Expository, Argumentative Essays, and more
Offers individualized feedback weekly for each student
Engages students in class discussion with seasoned educators
Expands upon writing strategies and grammar conventions
Builds student confidence and curiosity beyond class
Bridges connections between the Humanities and STEM writing
Improves student abilities in research and citing sources
Includes test-prep essay prompts
You will be amazed by your child’s new economy of language. Their exposure to an array of essay topics will allow them to undertake the rewarding process of self-discovery, in which they uncover the themes and ideas they find the most thought-provoking. Even more, in better comprehending the conventions of grammar, your child will have the tools that will develop their writing style.
As the philosopher Michel de Montaigne once said, “The greater part of the world's troubles are due to questions of grammar.” Questions and grammar are the starting point for every great writer. At LTWN, we are eager to help your child become such a strong grammarian and essayist that even you will turn to them for help!