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We have used the National Literacy Learning Progression to track the development of essay writing. And since it’s a progression….

… we have split the course into two: in Junior High School (Year 7-9) and Senior High School (Year 10-12). 

This course is one of the most practical essay writing courses on the market. It covers the whole process from question construction to selecting sources to structure to expression and conclusion. And more.

Writing an essay from Question to Conclusion is relevant for teachers from any subject area! 

The course will provide deeply practical and actionable teaching strategies that you can start using tomorrow – yes, tomorrow – it will challenge your ideas about what you think about writing and give you the skills, confidence and time to teach writing more effectively.

I hope to see you in the junior or senior writing course soon!

Writing an Essay from Question to Conclusion (Junior High School) will provide you with the foundational skills to help your students write persuasive essays.

The course will help you establish a position and organise ideas, and support and build an argument. It will strengthen your understanding of the language features of essay writing.

Click on the link below for more information about the Junior High School course.


Writing an Essay from Question to Conclusion (Senior High School) is designed to help your students express their understanding of what they know and understand in your subject in a much more sustained way.

In this course, you will learn how to build robust and sustained arguments on a complex topic while opening up the range of multi-modal texts that can reinforce and add authority and credibility to your arguments. You’ll learn about a range of flexible, strategic and persuasive textual devices to really give your essay a punch.

Click below to find out more about the Senior High School program.

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