Narrative Essay

Gift Wrapped

Build your writing and creativity skills in this course that incorporates unique and thought provoking writing exercises to improve your writing abilities.

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Shannon Lee

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$30/class

5wk/session

UC Berkeley

Molecular and Cellular Biology

Enrollment is open for  

FALL

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Course Schedule 

FALL TERM

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Fall session begins 

16 AUG 2021

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once/week

Mondays

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Pacific Time

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4:15-5pm

WINTER TERM

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Winter session begins

10 JAN 2022

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once/week

Mondays

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4:15-5pm

SPRING TERM

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Spring session begins

21 MAR 2022

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once/week

Mondays

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4:15-5pm

SUMMER TERM

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Summer session begins 

7 JUN 2021

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once/week

Mondays

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Pacific Time

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4:15-5pm

DESCRIPTION

In this biweekly course, students will attend class to learn and practice writing skills. Students will apply skills learned in class in their weekly writing assignments which will be done independently after class. Assignments will be

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

Students will learn basic writing mechanics including developing their spelling, punctuation, grammar, and vocabulary in their writing. Furthermore, students will be introduced to different writing techniques and formats to diversify their writing portfolio. The course will cover many writing common core standards.

WHO THIS COURSE IS FOR

2nd Grade or Up

REQUIREMENTS

No

PREREQUISITES

Basic reading and spelling/writing skills

COURSE INCLUDES

2 live online classes/week, weekly writing assignments with personal grading and revision

ABOUT INSTRUCTOR

Shannon Lee is currently a second year student at the University of California Berkeley. She intends to major in Molecular and Cellular Biology with an emphasis in Immunology and Pathogenesis. Furthermore, Shannon is a lab assistant at Berkeley’s Wang Lab, which studies the effects of glucocorticoids on human metabolism. Shannon has over seven years of experience in tutoring and working with students and youth through various organizations. Among these includes the California Academy of Sciences where she taught various STEM topics such as geography, zoology, and others to young museum visitors as a member of the Teen Advocates of Science program. Shannon was also a former National Honors Society tutor and has been an EDU Express tutor for several years. She has a passion for learning new things and loves teaching others the knowledge she has learned.