Ep 133: 3 Things Writing Frameworks Do to Create Successful Writers - EB Academics

Ep 133: 3 Things Writing Frameworks Do to Create Successful Writers

Are your students lacking confidence and direction in their writing? Are you lacking confidence and direction in teaching writing? Listen in as Caitlin and Jessica explore three reasons that writing frameworks will help you create successful writers. 

Caitlin and Jessica will explain how frameworks can build confidence by giving your students a recognizable structure for writing their essays. In turn, frameworks create a roadmap that students can follow in other writing situations, as well. The best part? This predictable approach actually encourages creativity, as students know what to include in their writing and can branch off from there, challenging themselves to dig deeper and try new techniques.

Additionally, Caitlin and Jessica would like to invite you to join the free live event, 4 Proven Strategies for Teaching Literary Analysis. Click the link below and choose your time. At the event, you will get to see part of an EB Academic’s writing framework, so you can begin to think about how you can implement frameworks in your classroom, too.

Tune in now to hear:

  • [00:50] Join us for our free live event, 4 Proven Strategies for Teaching Literary Analysis
  • [01:55] What do writing frameworks do for students? #1: They give you and your students confidence.
  • [06:10] How and why a framework creates confidence
  • [09:50] #2: A framework gives students a road map for writing
  • [14:00] #3: A framework helps to make writing more exciting and fun
  • [16:10] Come join our 4 Proven Strategies event to see part of our writing framework!
  • [16:50] Join us next week as we discuss 3 things all great writing teachers already do

Want to learn more about joining The EB Writing Program or how to start the purchase order process for your school district?

Visit : https://www.ebwritingprogram.com/school-licensing

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Then, pick the date you’re going to teach it in your classroom, and sit back while you watch as your students show up to your classroom pumped about what the day holds…and gush about your class to their parents on the car ride home!

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