Writing skills take time to develop. One of the ways for students to sharpen their writing skills is to zero in on a specific area and practise until it becomes easier.
A child who is not able to write a piece of composition will not improve just because he is assigned stacks of compositions to write. What he needs are specific and clear steps to bring him from the stage of not knowing what and how to write, to being able to write.
Targeted practise and constructive feedback is the key to improved writing.
Here are some students' featured writing. These students learn how to write good compositions using the Composition Framework - a structured way to build a foundation in composition writing.
Students do not improve just by writing more.
They improve by zeroing in on specific areas and get targeted practice on these specific areas.
Targeted Practice + Constructive Feedback = Improved Writing Skills
Read the featured compositions and students' writing HERE.