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English Writing Skills Crafting Class | Important Notice Before Booking Classes!

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🎓 English Writing Skills Crafting Class | Important Notice Before Booking Classes!

👉 Please read the following
🔊Important Information on Homework Submission and Grading
🔊Q&A

🔮🔮🔮 Key Features

🍀 Native Writing

All sample essays are crafted by outstanding British and American teachers according to students' cognitive and intellectual levels. Achieving a "native writing" style is often challenging for local English teachers. Local teachers' works tend to carry a “Local English" flavor without their awareness, rather than the authentic British or American writing and speaking style.

Learning native writing is crucial!

🍀 Course Coverage:

Diverse writing topics in mainstream schools, including picture-based compositions.

🍀 A Comprehensive Course with Multiple Objectives:

🎯 Enhancing overall English writing proficiency
🎯 Improving exam-taking skills and techniques
🎯 Mastering writing and expression on various life topics
🎯 Expanding vocabulary related to everyday themes
🎯 Enhancing practical writing abilities for students

🍀 School Assessment Focus That Most Students Fear

English writing, picture-based English description, and picture-based composition are significant areas of assessment throughout primary education. Particularly in the sections involving picture-based writing and description, the varying content and wide range of pictures pose a considerable challenge to most students (including high-achieving students). Specifically, they need to master vocabulary and expressions related to everyday life in both speaking and writing aspects.

🍀 Highly Targeted Masterclass

This class is designed specifically to help students overcome their fears and enhance their abilities in these crucial assessment areas of "speaking" and "writing."

🍀 Benefits of Having Native English Speaker Teachers

"English writing," "picture-based English description," and "picture-based composition" all involve describing various life subjects, picture content, or scenarios. Particularly in classroom teaching related to "speaking" and delivering authentic situational English descriptions, foreign teachers possess advantages that local teachers typically lack.

🔊🔊🔊 Important Information on Homework Submission and Grading

To avoid wasting class time, the teacher will assign writing homework after class, and students can choose to complete it on their own. If students choose to submit their writing assignments, please take note of the following requirements:

1. Students must first book the subsequent class in advance (with the same teacher and time slot) and submit their writing assignment before the next class. The teacher will spend a short amount of time during the class providing comments and guidance on the previous assignment (as the low tuition fee does not cover post-class grading).

2. There is no arrangement for late submissions if students fail to submit their writing assignments before the subsequent class.

3. Students must write and submit the assigned topic and cannot choose their own writing prompts. The reason for this is to maximize the effectiveness of the class, allowing students within the class (no more than 4 students) to learn from each other's compositions on the same topic, highlighting the strengths and addressing any issues encountered by fellow classmates.

4. Submission method:
a) Log in to the website: ehla-class.com
b) Go to the scheduled class box for the subsequent class and click on the "Submit Essay" button.
c) After the class, students can view the grading report in the same location or app.

🔊🔊🔊 Q&A

1. [Question]: Can I submit the writing assignment after a subsequent class if I miss the next class?

[Answer]: No, it is not possible. This would disrupt the class and the teacher would have to review and provide feedback on two or more different writing prompts during the same class, severely affecting students' learning and absorption.

2. [Question]: Can I submit the writing assignment to another teacher's writing class?

[Answer]: No, it is not allowed. This would disrupt the class as the teacher would have to review and provide feedback on two or more different writing prompts during the same class, severely affecting students' learning and absorption.

3. [Question]: Will the teacher grade the assignments after class?

[Answer]: Due to the low tuition fee for this course, it is not feasible for the teacher to grade assignments after class. The teacher will spend a short amount of time during the subsequent class to provide comments and guidance on the assigned homework.

4. [Question]: What if a student is unable to attend class due to illness on the class day?

[Answer]: If parents can provide a medical certificate, we will refund the class voucher to the parent's account. If there is a medical certificate and the student has already booked the subsequent class with the same teacher and time slot, we will handle the situation separately and allow the student to submit the homework later.

5. [Question]: If a student is unable to book the subsequent class or fails to do so, is there another way to submit the assignment for grading?

[Answer]: We strongly recommend that students book at least two classes in advance to avoid any difficulties in reserving spots later on. If a student misses the subsequent class (regardless of whether it was due to an inability to book or other reasons), no late submissions will be accepted (as explained in the first point above). Students may choose to contact us separately to subscribe to additional grading services.

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