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CSWP Graduate Course "Teaching K-12 Writing"

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New writing course supported by CSWP partial scholarships for teachers and coaches. REVISED schedule.

New writing course supported by CSWP partial scholarships for teachers and coaches. REVISED schedule.

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  • 1. CSWP offers a 3-credit graduate class FOUN 7100 “TEACHING K-12 WRITING” CSWP is offering a limited number of $671 scholarships towards tuition. The remaining cost of the course will be approximately $500 for participants eligible for Georgia in-state tuition (including residents of Beaufort and Jasper counties). Teaching K-12 Writing will be held on 5-1/2 Saturdays. All sessions are mandatory. • Session 1: Sept 7 (9:00-1:00) Focus: Introduction and Writing to Learn • Session 2: Sept 21 (9:00-4:00) Focus: Strategies for Teaching Writing • Session 3: Oct 12 (9:00-4:00) Focus: 6-Trait Writing: Ideas & Organization • Session 4: Oct 26 (9:00-4:00) Focus: 6-Trait Writing: Style Traits & Conventions • Session 5: Nov 2 (9:00-4:00) Focus: Informative Writing • Session 6: Nov 16 (9:00-4:00) Focus: Opinion/Argument Writing Applicants should • Notify CSWP, via email address below, of intent to apply. • After receiving notification that CSWP is still accepting participants, apply to AASU graduate program as a non-degree student • Submit o graduate program application form o $30 application fee o immunization form (which includes an opt-out provision) o Proof of Lawful Presence documentation - link to information: http://www.armstrong.edu/images/admissions/Verification_of_Lawful_Presence_Information.pdf o undergraduate and graduate transcripts o Border Waiver for Beaufort and Jasper county residents Applicants who have applied to an Armstrong graduate program in the past may only need to complete a re-admit form. Submit non-degree graduate program application directly to jill.bell@armstrong.edu. Transcripts should be mailed directly to Jill Bell, Director of Graduate Enrollment Services, Victor Hall, Armstrong Atlantic State University; 11935 Abercorn Street, Savannah Georgia 31419. Participants must be accepted and enrolled by August 28. Lesley Roessing, Director, Coastal Savannah Writing Project, Armstrong Atlantic State University P: 912.344.2702 F: 912.344.3436 CSWP Email: writing.project@armstrong.edu Website: http://www.cswp.armstrong.edu Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/coastalsavwp

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