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Young Writers' Club

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youngwritersclub2“Write to express, not to impress.”  

Young Writers' Club is Eureka’s writing enhancement program that aims to teach students the six qualities of good writing (focus, development, unity, coherence, correctness, and creativity). The program starts off with a discussion of sentence structures, the basic rules of grammar, correct use of punctuation, and proper spelling. It then proceeds to a discussion of literary devices and techniques employed by writers of different genres in conveying their thoughts and ideas. The program introduces different writing styles that students can analyze, learn from, and imitate. Written essays are checked by tutors who help the student further express his or her individuality through writing. Ultimately, the program aims to encourage students to be reflective, articulate, sincere, and confident in writing.

 

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