2014 RIWP Writing Matters: Help for Struggling or Reluctant Writers, Grades 3-8
Is your child a reluctant or struggling writer?
Does he or she have difficulty thinking of ideas for writing?
Is organization, voice, word choice or sentence fluency a problem area for him or her?
Does your child wrestle with conventions of writing?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, RIWP's Writing Matters may be the summer program for which you have been searching. Writing Matters is a one week, small group writing workshop for reluctant or struggling writers, open to students entering grades 3-8. Staffed by certified teachers, this new RIWP summer writing program boasts a very low student to teacher ratio. Working in small groups, learners will practice traits of effective writing in a relaxed and enjoyable atmosphere. With the goal of helping students to be more successful and more confident writers, the program features:
*Two hours of workshop-style instruction per day
*Motivational, skill-building activities
*Lessons focused on the traits of effective writing
*Strategies to improve communication and enhance student writing
*A low student-teacher ratio
Rhode Island Writing Project at Rhode Island College (View)
600 Mount Pleasant Avenue
Providence, RI 02908
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|