Let’s talk ESSAYS! Specifically, let’s talk about FIVE-PARAGRAPH ESSAYS. Are you teaching them in a classroom? Working on them with your homeschooler? Grading them? Whatever you’re doing, we’ve got materials for you!
What if your students have never written an essay? This six-Workshop course makes the art of writing an essay a step-by-step, stress-free process that is easy to teach — and easy for students to follow.
In all you will receive:
*16 pages of instructor notes and FAQs
*68 pages of student materials divided into six Workshops. This includes games and activities, reference materials, assignment materials, a sample essay, and in-class work/discussion materials.
*5 pages for instructor feedback/ gradeable rubrics for final project
Five-Paragraph Essay Guides
If your students already know the basics of essay composition, we have our Five-Paragraph Essay Guides to walk students — and instructors — through the process of writing a five-paragraph essay about an animal or famous person. From note-taking to evaluating, these guides contain everything you need to help students develop their ideas and writing skills and present a completed, edited, polished essay.
Once your students have written a five-paragraph essay, it’s up to you to evaluate it — but how? Our Five-Paragraph Essay Evaluation Guide makes it simple. It includes rubrics for both content and mechanics, along with pages for instructor feedback. So go ahead — evaluate those essays the way the professionals do!