“The difference between the right word and the almost right word is the difference
between lightning and a lightning bug.” - Mark Twain
One-to-One Instruction: Grades 4-12.
Schools require students to demonstrate knowledge of concepts through concise, well-organized expository writing. Dynamic writing is a developmental and sequential process. Emerging writers are coached to express their unique ideas in clear, cohesive writing.
Individualized instruction focuses on structured expository writing:
The writing process – brainstorming, drafting, revising, editing, publishing
Sentence structure – simple, compound, complex; active voice
Paragraph structure – basic, expanded, five-paragraph essay
Paragraph types – example, reason, process, compare/contrast, classification
Grammar, punctuation, and capitalization rules
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