Summer Writing Programs
SUMMER WRITING PROGRAM: Students will focus on a variety of components essential to expository essay writing. From literary analysis to shaping and supporting a strong thesis, small classes meet daily to explore the writing process in a fun and engaging environment.

HOW TO SLAY YOUR THESIS STATEMENT: Students will earn how to zero in on a strong thesis and how to convert their opinion into one well-worded, convincing, foolproof thesis statement.

HOW TO LAUNCH YOUR ESSAY WITH LITERARY ANALYSIS: A good literary analysis help students pinpoint themes, identify subtext, and find the foundation for your thesis.

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"I was quite pleased with my teen daughter's experience in the Summer Writing Program. The teacher made sure the kids worked hard while at the same time offering great encouragement. My daughter started the new school year with improved organizational skills and confidence; the proof showed in the high marks she received in English Class."
- Ellen, Berkeley High parent
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SUMMER WRITING PROGRAM - MIDDLE SCHOOL - $375
Session A: July 29 - August 2 | 10am - 1pm
Session B: August 5 - August 9 | 2pm - 5pm

SUMMER WRITING PROGRAM - HIGH SCHOOL - $375
Session A: July 29 - August 2 | 2pm - 5pm
Session B: August 5 - August 9 | 10am - 1pm

HOW TO SLAY YOUR THESIS STATEMENT: Saturday, August 3 | 10am-1pm - $85

HOW TO LAUNCH YOUR ESSAY WITH LITERARY ANALYSIS: Sunday, August 4 | 10am-1pm - $85


Visit https://www.classroommatters.com/summer-workshops/ to see all of our summer workshops.

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