March Writing Course

Explanatory Writing Practice

This month we will be exploring the writing style of EXPLANATORY ESSAYS. Remember that root word - EXPLAIN - and all will be fine. Specifically, we will be creating a comparison and contrast assignment. What are the differences between acrylic paintings and water colors? We will learn how to effectively EXPLAIN why these are different. Of course, many topics will be made available. The thing is, commonly, students want to create an opinion paper out of their explanatory essays, but that would be incorrect content. So, come along with us and learn what makes an explanatory essay special and unique

Your Instructor

Melissa Webb
Melissa Webb

My Passions

  • Getting kids enthused to write their next assignment
  • Helping home educators succeed
  • Supporting school choice

My Qualifications

  • Credentialed Teacher
  • 25+ Years of Teaching Practice
  • Multiple Years of Classroom Teaching
  • Former Homeschool Mom
  • Charter School Supporter
  • Prior Educational Facilitator to Homeschoolers
  • Online Writing Instructor
  • Published Author in Children's Books

My Writing Services

  • Curriculum Creator
  • Digital Course Development
  • Foundational ELA Standards Based Lessons
  • Online Instruction
  • Live Webinars and Workshops
  • Community Creator for Parents and Students
  • Homeschooling Encouragement and Coaching

Frequently Asked Questions

When does the course start and finish?
The course opens on March 1st. Families will maintain access until Spring 2020 Yes! That means you can keep on writing over the summer if you like.
How long do I have access to the course?
All courses will remain available for access for one school year.
What if I am unhappy with the course?
We would never want you to be unhappy! If you are unsatisfied with your purchase, contact us in the first 30 days and we will give you a full refund.

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