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Teaching primary writing

Teaching primary writing in Ashfield is one of the specialties of Edu-Kingdom College.

Writing is a significant part of the school curriculum. Therefore, it is fundamental that in our students’ education we give them an exposure to different forms of writing. We also encourage them to become skilled in the numerous forms of writing. Edu-Kingdom provides training on primary writing in Bankstown.

The course in Power Writing includes comprehensive units, designed to come up with opportunities for students to read, examine, plan, and write a variety of text material types. These include reports, expositions, recounts, explanations, descriptions and narratives. Edu-Kingdom College has got you covered about primary writing whether you’re in Ashfield, Bankstown, Blacktown, Campsie, Castle Hill, Chatswood, Eastwood, Hornsby, Hursville, Parramatta, Penrith, Strathfield, or Sydney.

read and analyse various texts
identify the features and format of a variety of text types
write in different text types
develop and extend comprehension
develop and extend vocabulary
use correct grammar and punctuation
engage in comprehensive analysis of newspaper articles – (secondary levels)
Edu-Kingdom teaches primary writing in castle Hill. If you are based there, contact EKC. Edu-Kingdom covers primary writing in campsie too.

Step-by-step planning
A writing task
Vocabulary extension
Reading, analysing and responding to a particular text type
Modelled writing
Individual feedback
Edu-Kingdom teaches primary writing in Parramatta.

Length of Course: 50 weeks each level
Duration of Lesson: 1.5 Hours per week
Relevant Year: Year 3 ~ 9
Study Materials: Textbook, Exercise sheet and Writing Test

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