Project Description

“The most powerful words
in the English language are ‘tell me a story.'”

– Pat Conroy, author of The Prince of Tides

Students will collaborate on all stages of the writing process (fiction and nonfiction, including journalism).
At the end of the course, your child will take home a high-quality book containing their own work.

Customized For Quick Learning

Kids will learn how to find a new angle on a topic and how to write compelling introductions, transitions, concluding sentences, and conclusions.
Students will help each other develop ideas, research subjects, and engage in constructive criticism.
Students will learn how to find trustworthy and balanced sources, how to gain value from them, and how to paraphrase them.
Students will learn how to look for problems large and small (organization, content, and grammar-related issues) and ultimately correct them.
Students will learn about science, history, literature, and current events; this information


Christian Recca
Christian ReccaCourse Instructor
1. Johns Hopkins Graduate
(Major: English; Minor: Writing)

2. Teaching Experience:
15 years

3. Affiliations:
Institute of Reading Development, Princeton Review, Connecticut Distance Learning Consortium, Western eTutoring Consortium

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