This ‘Five Types of Writing’ course provides an incredible chance to explore their skills in multiple writing styles. Every day, there will be a variety of writing activities, such as expository compositions, descriptive fiction, persuasive book reviews, narrative autobiographies, and journal/letter writing. This course will give learners an in-depth look into each of these writing forms, and they will receive a comprehensive report upon completion. Don’t miss out on this extraordinary opportunity!
Day 1. Expository Writing: Analyse Texts and Learn How to Structure Your Own Compositions.
On the first day of the course, students will explore the basics of expository writing. Through a variety of activities, they will analyse expository texts and learn how to structure their own compositions. At the end of the day, students will write their own expository essay, and receive feedback on their work.
Day 2. Descriptive Writing: Paint Vivid Pictures with Words.
On day two, students will focus on descriptive writing and learn how to use powerful language to paint vivid pictures with words. Activities will include reading and discussing well-known authors and their techniques, as well as writing their own short descriptive stories. Students will get the chance to share their work with the group and get feedback from their peers.
Day 3. A Deep Dive into Persuasive Writing.
On day three, students will take a deep dive into persuasive writing. Through interactive lectures and activities, they will learn how to structure their argument and use evidence to support their claims. At the end of the day, students will write their own persuasive book reviews and receive feedback from the instructor.
Day 4. The Art of Narrative Writing.
On day four, students will explore the art of narrative writing and discover how to create stories that draw readers in. Activities for the day will include reading and discussing common narrative techniques, and writing their own narrative autobiographies. The instructor will provide feedback on their work, and students will have a chance to share their stories with the group.
Day 5. Write Meaningful Journal Entries and Letters.
On the final day of the course, students will investigate the art of journal and letter writing. Through engaging activities, they will learn how to structure their letters and create meaningful journal entries. At the end of the day, students will write their own journal entry and letter, and the instructor will provide feedback on their work.