Great Writing

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Great Writing is a series developed by National Geographic Learning that uses the beautiful images and text materials from National Geographic to inspire students' interest in writing. Each level and unit provides clear writing standards and a large number of appropriately challenging exercises, including models, writing tasks, error correction, editing, and more. It is organized by level and theme, allowing students to progress from basic writing to academic writing through focused training.


The Great Writing curriculum is designed as a thematic writing series and consists of 6 levels, starting with Foundations and progressing to L1, L2, L3, L4, and L5. It is a specialized material for developing students' English writing skills, introducing the basic concepts of writing and the process of constructing texts. Through the practice of rewriting native texts, students can intuitively learn English writing methods.


Teacher will provide the necessary materials for each class to the students who sign up for the course, so parents do not need to purchase them separately.

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Great writing Foundation Outline

Unit 1: Sentences

Unit 2: The Simple Present of Be

Unit 3: The Simple Present

Unit 4: Nouns

Unit 5: Pronouns

Unit 6: Adjectives

Unit 7: The Conjunction and

Unit 8: Articles

Unit 9: Prepositions

Unit 10: Simple and Compound Sentences

Unit 11: The Simple Past

Unit 12: Complex Sentences

Unit 13: Adverbs

Unit 14: The Present Progressive

Great writing 1 Outline

Unit 1: Sentence Basics

Unit 2: Paragraph Basics

Unit 3: Writing about the Present

Unit 4: Writing about the Past

Unit 5: Writing about the Future

Unit 6: Sentence Variety

Unit 7: Reader Response

Unit 8: Pulling It Together

Great writing 2 Outline

Unit 1: Paragraphs

Unit 2: Developing Ideas for Writing a Paragraphs

Unit 3: Topic Sentences

Unit 4: Supporting and Concluding Sentences

Unit 5: Paragraphs Review

Unit 6: Definition Paragraphs

Unit 7: Process Paragraphs

Unit 8: Opinion Paragraphs

Unit 9:  Narrative Paragraphs

Unit 10:  From Paragraphs to Essays

Great writing 3 Outline

Unit 1: Paragraphs

Unit 2: Feactures of Good Writing

Unit 3: Types of Paragraphs

Unit 4: Classification Essays: Moving from Paragraph to Essay

Unit 5: Cause-Effect Essays

Unit 6: Comparison Essays

Unit 7: Problem-Solution Essays

Great writing 4 Outline

Unit 1: Exploring the Essay

Unit 2: Cause-Effect Essays

Unit 3: Comparison Essays

Unit 4: Argument Essays

Unit 5: Problem-Solution Essays

Unit 6: Reaction Essays and Exam Questions

Great writing 5 Outline

Unit 1: Reviewing the Essay

Unit 2: The Writing Process

Unit 3: Use Original Sources

Unit 4: Cause-Effect Essays

Unit 5: Comparison Essays

Unit 6: Reaction Essays

Unit 7: Argument Essays

Unit 8: The Research Paper

Classroom Rules

Before class, please make sure you and your child are prepared to avoid any delays.
  • Parents are requested to assist their child in installing the Zoom software and checking their devices to ensure a smooth online learning experience.
  • Please check the charging status of the computer or iPad before class to avoid any unexpected battery issues.
  • During class, please try to maintain a quiet environment at home.
  • Students must have their Zoom camera turned on during class so that the teacher can see them.
  • The Zoom name must be the same as the child's registered name for the class. The classroom is only open to registered students, and the teacher may ask anyone not on the list to leave.
  • Make sure your child is familiar with the mute, chat, and raise hand functions in Zoom.
  • To ensure the smooth running of the class, staff members will participate to assist and supervise.
  • Parents are requested to monitor their child's completion of homework and ensure that it is submitted to the teacher on time via Google Classroom.

Refund Policy

  • If a class cannot be formed after registration, a full refund will be provided.
  • A full refund can be requested before the start of the first class.
  • After the first class, withdrawals are allowed (with the deduction of the first class fee). The remaining tuition fees will be refunded as points to the account, or arrangements can be made for a class transfer.
  • After the second class, withdrawals or class transfers are no longer allowed.
  • If a student is absent due to their own reasons, a video recording will be provided. No refund or point refund will be given.

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    by He, Mei (verified owner)

    Great teacher, my kid loves this class.

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    by Jin, Feng (verified owner)


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