BUILDING EFFECTIVE WRITING PROMPTS FOR ALL STUDENTS – SNHU COURSE

(1 Graduate Semester Credit) For student essays to be detailed and thorough, a well-planned writing prompt is the first step in supporting your students. This course teaches you five main types of writing prompts: narrative, creative, expository, persuasive, and reading response. You’ll learn a simple structure to follow when designing each writing prompt plus examples representative of grades k-12 writing expectations. You will design an action plan for your classroom, develop an additional resource to support your plan, and analyze research to support implementation in the classroom. The course ends with you designing an implementation plan designed to ensure you are successfully incorporating the lesson concepts, ideas, and resources into a future lesson.

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COURSE DETAILS:
  • Total Price: $165
  • This price includes a $95 One-time fee now + $70/Credit when you finish your course

  • Credit Type: Graduate-Level Credit
  • Credits: 1 Semester Credit
  • 11 High-Quality Resources Provided With The Course

CONTENT AREAS:

  • ELA, Reading/Writing
  • Lesson & Curriculum Planning
  • Teaching Strategies
  • Testing Strategies
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Course Objectives & What You Will Learn in this Course:

What You Will Learn
  • Learn the components for each of the five main types of writing prompts
  • Analyze sample writing prompts representative of grade levels k-12
  • Build a writing prompt plan aligned to a specific instructional goal

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Course Guiding Question:

Course Guiding Questions

How can I develop a writing prompt that will help my students best demonstrate mastery of content and skills?

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I am excited to create a classroom of stronger writers through my gained knowledge from this course. I loved learning about the elements of a fully developed writing prompt. Now I can take this back to my team to make sure we all are creating effective writing prompts!

-Middle School Teacher

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  1 Graduate-Level Semester Credit:

At the conclusion of this course, you will earn 1 Graduate-Level Semester Credit

This course falls under the Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) 500-level course numbering system, for the purposes of credential/licensure designed primarily for electives or professional development/salary advancement purposes. This course is for 1 Semester Credit and requires a minimum passage grade of 80%. Model Teaching is an accredited partner with SNHU. Upon course completion, you will be provided with 1 graduate-level semester credit, along with an official transcript and letter grade from SNHU for you to submit to your district or state department of education for your licensing and/or salary advancement needs.

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Model Teaching has helped thousands of teachers across the country meet their relicensing requirements.  This course is offered in partnership with Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU).

Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) is a public, regional university originally chartered in 1963. SNHU offers continuing education courses to educators through private partnerships such as Model Teaching.

Continuing Education credits through Southern New Hampshire University are offered as graduate-level professional development courses and indicated as Graduate Professional development on the University transcript. Offered as graduate-level, these courses are intended for recertification, salary advancement or lane changes, and continuing education for teachers and educators.

Southern New Hampshire University is regionally accredited by the New England Commission of Higher Education (NECHE), and is recognized by the U.S. Department of Education and the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA).

Southern New Hampshire University is regionally accredited and accredited by the following bodies:

  • New England Commission of Higher Education (NECHE)

All SNHU-partnered Model Teaching courses will include access to graduate-level credit through SNHU along with an official transcript and letter grade.

For More Information About Your Specific State Requirements, Please Select Your State Below:

Please confirm your specific district or state requirements for license renewal prior to registering and feel free to reach out to us with any questions you may have about our graduate-level courses.

Model Teaching has helped thousands of teachers across the country meet their relicensing requirements.  This course is offered in partnership with University of the Pacific.

Southern New Hampshire University (SNHU) is a public, regional university originally chartered in 1963. SNHU offers continuing education courses to educators through private partnerships such as Model Teaching.

Continuing Education credits through Southern New Hampshire University are offered as graduate-level professional development courses and indicated as Graduate Professional development on the University transcript. Offered as graduate-level, these courses are intended for recertification, salary advancement or lane changes, and continuing education for teachers and educators.

Southern New Hampshire University is regionally accredited by the New England Commission of Higher Education (NECHE), and is recognized by the U.S. Department of Education and the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA).

Southern New Hampshire University is regionally accredited and accredited by the following bodies:

  • The New England Commission of Higher Education (NECHE)

All course work completed will include an Official Transcript and Letter Grade, ready to submit to your district or state authority.

Please confirm your specific district or state requirements for salary advancement prior to registering and feel free to reach out to us with any questions you may have about our graduate-level courses.

Course Sections

Topics Covered and General Course Outline

Section 1 – Types of Writing Prompts

Learn the five types of writing prompts covered in this course, two methods for assessment them, and reflect on a past prompt you created or were assigned.

Section 2 – Narrative Writing Prompts

Learn the components of a narrative writing prompt, then reflect on how to develop your own narrative writing prompt for a lesson aligned to your content or grade level.

Section 3 – Creative Writing Prompts

Learn the components of a creative writing prompt, then reflect on how to develop your own creative writing prompt for a lesson aligned to your content or grade level.

Section 4 – Expository Writing Prompts

Learn the components of an expository writing prompt, then reflect on how to develop your own expository writing prompt for a lesson aligned to your content or grade level.

Section 5 – Persuasive Writing Prompts

Learn the components of a persuasive writing prompt, then reflect on how to develop your own persuasive writing prompt for a lesson aligned to your content or grade level.

Section 6 – Reading Response Writing Prompts

Learn the components of a reading response writing prompt, then reflect on how to develop your own reading response writing prompt for a lesson aligned to your content or grade level.

Professional Development Course Resources

Helpful Resources & Templates Included With the Course
The course comes with 11 templates, tools, and graphic organizers ready to be used in your classroom!
These Include:

  • Types of Assessments Quick Reference Guide
  • Creative Writing Prompt Template With Samples
  • Expository Writing Prompt Template With Samples
  • Narrative Writing Prompt Template With Samples
  • Persuasive Writing Prompt Template With Samples
  • Reading Writing Prompt Template With Samples
  • Sample Writing Prompts
  • Writing Prompt & Assessment Lesson Plan Template with Sample
  • Effectiveness Rubric
  • Implementation Observation Checklist with Sample
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  • Once your course is complete you may then request your graduate credit(s) and official transcript

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