Are your high schoolers ready for college writing? Teach them how to use direct quotes in essays.
You sit down to grade your teen's latest essay. As you read, it occurs to you that the information seems familiar—so familiar, in fact, that you recognize it as the text from an online article you yourself printed out as a suggested resource. When you look up the...
Teach the 5-paragraph essay in your homeschool by familiarizing teens with a formula for successful essay writing.
Purposefully use positive elements of technology and the digital world to engage your teens’ writing.
Part 3 looks at note-taking, outlining, writing, and revising the research paper.
Before writing a research paper, narrow the topic and choose your audience.
Tips to learn the WHO, WHAT, WHEN, WHERE, and HOW of high school research writing
A strong thesis statement is an argument that will define, guide, and set the tone for an essay.
When high school students read before writing, it helps them prepare to write essays and reports.
A standout college application essay includes a strong thesis statement and concrete, vivid vocabulary.
Prepare your student for college by teaching and overseeing the lessons and adhering to deadlines.
With a few focused efforts, your teen’s essays and research papers will rise to the challenge.
These tips for stronger essays and research papers will save hours of red-penciling later on!
Even if you opt out of the essay portion of the SAT, timed writing is a vital skill for college-bound teens.
See how well WriteShop II essay assignments dovetail with SAT and ACT writing expectations.