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Help! I Have a Reluctant Writer!

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For many homeschoolers, writing is the most challenging, stress-inducing subject you teach. This ebook is chock-full of encouragement, tips, and strategies for teaching your reluctant writer.

Includes Chapters on Reluctant Teen Writers!

Writing is often the most challenging, stress-inducing subject you teach. This ebook is chock-full of encouragement, tips, and help for reluctant writers. Teaching writing can seem complicated and stressful, this digital book will help you see that you can teach your reluctant, resistant writers, even when you don't feel equipped for the task. Each chapter is short and contains action items you can put into practice right away!

Chapters Include

Strategies and Encouragement for Homeschool Moms My Struggling Writer Teaching a Reluctant Writer Are You Turning Your Child Off to Writing? 9 Ways to Reduce Writing Stress Tips for Conquering the Blank Page Writing for an Audience Becoming Your Child’s Pen Pal When a Teen Is Your Reluctant Writer  Help Reluctant Writers Embrace the Process Writing Truths for Reluctant Teens When Writing Efforts Fizzle View Sample Chapters  

Product Details

Author

Kim Kautzer

Pages

30

Format

PDF (available for immediate download)

Today, I read the best e-book ever on teaching writing! “Help! I Have a Reluctant Writer” by Kim Kautzer.

As a child I hated to write. I’ve never really found good advice that would crush my fear of teaching this dreaded subject to my children, so I struggle. Then I read, ‘Want to sound the death knell for your child? Tell him to write about anything he wants!’ How TRUE!! [Kim] nailed it! It was true for me as a child, when my teacher rambled on to deaf ears. Oh, those middle school days were a nightmare. 

I studied [Kim’s] advice. It’s practical, and it makes sense. First, she eliminates YOUR fear by telling of her own reluctant writer – she moves you forward. She systematically gives steps that do not overwhelm you as the teacher. I’ve read books where the advice still doesn’t cover issues for someone who struggles. I need clear steps, examples and IDEAS … I learned my methods were the ones I hated when I was little. I was expecting independence too early and giving up too soon. I love that [Kim] encourages dictation and promptings from you as the teacher.

Theresa Powers, Curriculum Share

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