Recently, we peeked at WriteShop Primary and WriteShop Junior for elementary ages. But if you’re homeschooling for junior high or high school, you’ll want to consider WriteShop I and II, a writing program for teenagers.
WriteShop I and II – Middle and High School
The flagship WriteShop program sets teens on a course for success, guiding them through each step of the writing process.
I can’t begin to tell you how wonderful your program is. The improvement in my daughter’s writing is phenomenal.” —Sandy, North Carolina
Teacher’s Manual for WriteShop I & II
Award-winning WriteShop takes the guesswork out of teaching writing. The Teacher’s Manual for WriteShop I & II helps you teach writing with confidence.
Containing daily lesson plans and schedules for both WriteShop I and II, the Teacher’s Manual offers tips for editing and grading, answer keys, student samples, and supplemental writing activities, as well as dozens of essay topics for WriteShop assignments.
I love WriteShop. I used to feel so inadequate teaching writing but now I am confident they are learning all the tools they will need for High School level writing.” —Heather, Montana
- WriteShop I gives your 6th-10th grader the basics of descriptive, informative, and narrative writing.
- For grades 8-12, WriteShop II introduces descriptive narration, point of view, narrative voice, persuasion, and introductory essay writing.
Lessons focus on clarity, conciseness, colorful vocabulary, and sentence variety, with a strong emphasis placed on the editing process. With each lesson, students learn and practice new skills, apply them to their current writing project, and edit and revise the composition several times.
The consumable workbooks contain Skill Builders, word banks, detailed lesson instructions, editing checklists, and grading forms. TM required.
Someone asked me what I didn’t like about the program, and I couldn’t think of anything.” —Lynée Ward, iCHED
WriteShop also makes a great writing program choice for homeschool classes and co-ops as well as charter and private schools. As you consider curriculum decisions for the upcoming year, let us know how we can help!
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