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Write Edge Malaysia offers English and Writing courses for children from age 8 to 15 years old. Write Edge helps students to read, write and speak confidently in the English Language!
Write Edge’s structured and effective curriculum and lessons allow our students to learn in an engaging and productive way.
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Our highly-effective Writing Classes equip your child with the ability to write English fluently and confidently. Our writing skills and techniques originated from Write Edge Singapore and we offer strong English foundation and writing programmes for children from ages 8 to 15.
Students are taught how to apply a consistent set of Creative Writing skills in their compositions. New vocabulary is introduced through different story topics each week.
Students complete a full composition in class every 1 – 2 weeks. Each student will receive detailed, written feedback at the end of each lesson. Our lessons are structured according to skills-based, guided writing, and independent writing classes.
Our students will be introduced to a series of crucial skills and relevant practices that can help them to nurture meaningful authorship beyond mere academic excellence.
Advanced Grammar and Vocabulary with Creative Writing Skills
(* Began with a setting description! *) The glass door of the shopping mall slid open, as if welcoming him to its embrace. (* personification! …
(Story starter: Speech!) “Hence, Perfect Tense is used when we are talking about…. “Mrs Amirah explained as she gestured animatedly with her …
(Story starter: Speech!) “Nico Di Angelo, the hospital is calling you.” the teacher drawled as he handed the phone over. “Thank you, …
(Story starter: Speech!) “Goodbye, I will see you tomorrow!” Tom hollered and waved farewell to his friends. It was a sweltering afternoon …
It was a beautiful sunny day, and the ( *weather description*) sun was high up in the sky, white fluffy clouds drifting about sleepily. It was ..
(* S+ST+AT!*) “Hurry up, we’re going to be late!” my mother hollered as she waited at the front door. As quick as a lightning, (*simile!*) I …
Co-founder of Write Edge Learning Centre
Master of Education in English LanguageNational Institute of Education
Bachelor of Arts (Hons.) in English LiteratureNanyang Technological University
A dedicated, goal-driven and resourceful educator, Teacher Nicolette has over 10 years of experience in teaching English and Writing. She is adept at creating a safe and positive classroom learning environment and having clear, written-out learning goals for each student.
Bachelor of Psychology and Cognitive NeuroscienceUniversity of Nottingham, Malaysia Campus
Teacher Chris is a dedicated teacher and mentor who has been fulfilling his purpose and duty in the frontline of education for the past 6 years. He nurtures children and adolescents in developing habitual readership, skilled…
Bachelor of Science (Hons), PsychologyInternational Medical University
Teacher Kelly has always had a passion for working with children. Even when she was a schoolgirl at the tender age of fourteen, she had started tutoring both English and Maths. As she grew older, her love for teaching and…
Bachelor Degree in Business Administration (BBA) (Hons) (Finance)Universiti Utara Malaysia ( Northern University of Malaysia)
Teaching English has always been a passion for Teacher Wendy who started tutoring primary students during her school days. Being an active member in Toastmasters has further developed…
BBA Finance with MultimediaMultimedia University
Teacher Thivesni is a numbers person by profession and has a knack of using the English language to her strength to decipher the most complex analysis. She believes in the strength of using words that are precise to the condition as any single mistake always unravels in ways we cannot understand or comprehend at the end of the day.
B.A. Business ManagementUniversity of London
Teaching experience of 10 yearsCreative Writing Teacher for 5 years
In the past 10 years, Teacher Eileen has amassed experience in teaching students aged 5 to 12 from different backgrounds.
M.A Higher Education and Student AdministrationBeijing Normal University
Passion, Patience, Perseverance is what Teacher Jun believes in her years of teaching career. Using her lively energy, Teacher Jun’s classroom is always a joyous place to learn English.
Masters of English Language Studies University of Malaya
Being a writer has always been fascinating to me, telling stories, and capturing the minds of readers. Although, life has it that I stumbled upon the role of a part-time English teacher almost 10 years ago at a language centre teaching primary and lower secondary school students, and conducting English camps at schools in several states.
B.A. (Hons), International BusinessUniversiti Malaysia Sabah
Teacher Kwan is a patient and kind English teacher with teaching experience nurturing preschoolers and primary students. She believes that English can be fun especially with Creative Writing.
Masters of Applied LinguisticsUniversity Putra Malaysia
Teacher Susann believes that even adults can learn from students. She believes that in a classroom, teaching and learning should be done both ways in which the student learns from the teacher and the teacher also learns from the student.
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Write Edge’s Creative Writing Programme offers comprehensive instructions, combining peer learning with lessons and writing assignments, coupled with personalised teacher’s feedback and guidance to help you develop your creative writing skills. If you follow our weekly lessons closely, we will be exploring level-tailored vocabulary and materials, expounding on various creative writing techniques, as well as storytelling abilities following a well-structured narrative plot. What’s not to like about crafting your very own character from scratch – using only your imagination and a little pixie dust?
Interested to learn creative writing but unsure of where to start? Here’s a step-by-step guide to help you get started:
Remember, learning creative writing is an ongoing process. Stay committed to your writing journey, seek inspiration and keep honing your craft to become a proficient and confident writer.
With creative writing courses gaining popularity over the years, here are some key components and insights into what is typically taught in a creative writing course.
Creative writing courses aim to provide students with a well-rounded experiment in writing, fostering creativity, critical thinking, and self-expression.
Composition, coming from the Latin componere, meaning ‘put together’, refers to the art of crafting well-structured and creative pieces of written work. It encompasses various forms of written expression such as creative writing, storytelling, personal narratives and descriptive pieces.
Essay writing on the other hand is a specific type of composition that follows a structured format. Unlike compositions, it involves presenting arguments or analysing topics in a more logical and organised manner.
Composition:Definition:A composition is usually a piece of written work that expresses thoughts, ideas, or experiences based on a specific topic given. It is a form of written expression that can range from personal narratives to informative pieces.
Purpose of Composition Writing:Compositions serve various purposes, such as conveying information, sharing personal experiences, persuading, entertaining or simply improving communication skills, amongst many others.
Importance of Compositions in EducationCompositions are an integral part of education, helping students develop critical thinking, improve communication and writing skills. They are commonly used to assess a student’s ability to express ideas effectively.
Essay WritingDefinition:An essay is a focused piece of writing that presents a well-structured argument or analysis of a specific topic. Essays can take various forms too, depending on their purpose and audience.
Purpose of Essay Writing:Essays are used to inform, persuade, entertain or educate. They are more commonly found in academic papers and other professional and creative contexts, serving mainly as a tool for conveying information and ideas.
Types of EssaysThere are five main types of essays namely exploratory essays, argumentative essays, descriptive essays, narrative essays and persuasive essays. As the names imply, exploratory essays explore a topic without forming a particular argument; an argumentative essay usually presents a thesis statement persuading the reader of a specific viewpoint; descriptive essays paint a vivid picture by using sensory details; narrative essays tells a story while persuasive essays aim to convince the reader of a particular stance or point.
By understanding the various forms of writing, you too can become a more proficient and confident writer.
A good composition is usually clear in its expression, contains engaging and relevant content that are captivating to the readers; has a well-organised structure to it with ideas flowing logically, all of which expressed explicitly in a unique voice or style while adhering to appropriate conventions.
Writing a good composition boils down to these few key ingredients.
In short, a good composition is clear, well-organised, engaging and supported by sufficient evidence. Coupled with precise language and a unique style, you too can create compositions that are informative and captivating for your readers.
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