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Writing Lesson - Sample
Writing not only entertains, it fosters artistic expression, stimulates the imagination, and clarifies thinking. But the act of writing does even more than that. We write to explore the functions and values of writing, to learn to read and write, and to search for identity.
The ability to effectively and creatively use language to communicate is essential to writing. Our writing courses are one of the most creative areas of Linkonlearning. In the writing program, we combine core concepts of spelling, grammar, and language, providing our students the opportunity to channel these fundamental concepts through their imagination to create and design a variety of works.
Registered students access their lessons, which are customized to their grade and skill level, with a unique username and password that allows access to the online classroom, library, and recess area.
To view a sample online writing lesson, follow these two easy steps: (Make sure you allow pop-ups)
The lesson will pop-up in a new browser, or if you are using tabbed browsing, in a new tab.
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Once the lesson instruction pops-up, you can click on the start sound button to hear the auditory instructions.
You'll also notice green example boxes at the bottom of the instruction page. You can click on the green boxes to see examples of the types of questions that will be asked in this particular learning unit.
After completing the assessment questions, click on the submit button to view your score.
Each time registered students complete a lesson, they collect points that parents can leverage in a motivational rewards program. Parents can also access real-time reports and diagnostics that enable them to assess a student's strengths and weaknesses.