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Come to the Caribbean: Informative and Technical Writing

Come to the Caribbean: Informative and Technical Writing


Hop onto Clear Communication Express as students plunge head-long into informative writing. In an age of seemingly limitless information, useful and organized information is crucial for navigation. Students learn to gather information, sort through it, and present it in a clear, engaging fashion. Event planning, advertising, and information sharing–once only attainable goals–become accessible skills. While writing about ideas that light them up and make them smile, students recognize the beauty of organized communication. 


Milestone: Writing informational pieces


  • Recommended for: Ages 6+ / Grades 2-3
  • Instructor: Miriam Bonney
  • Day and Time: Fridays, 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM
  • Duration: 4 classes
  • Dates: February 9 - March 1, 2024


A senior at Southern Virginia University, Miriam Bonney is excited to finish a triple major in English, Design, and Business. While in high school, she started tutoring at the local college and has taught multiple subjects online to ages 6-14 for over six years. As a teacher and tutor, she encourages her students to discover how they learn and to utilize their existing capabilities to excel. Miriam has studied literature and writing for four years and loves reading. Her favorite books include A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court by Mark Twain, My Ántonia by Willa Cather, and The Tale of Despereaux by Kate DiCamillo. Miriam's hobbies include obstacle course racing, running, in-line skating, telling funny stories, and reading. 


Teaching style: hands-on activities, individual projects, literature circles, group presentations, gamified learning plans


Student Reviews:


I enjoyed the classes where we got to discuss the book as a class and play Kahoot! I liked everything about Ms. Miriam. - Mathi, student


I LOVED Ms. Miriam. I love the class and cannot wait to do it again. -Ellie, student


I liked the books, teacher, and overall games and comprehension questions! I enjoyed presenting mini projects and final projects. They were very fun to complete! She’s really laid back, funny, and she is good and fun. - Avery, student

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