Students are encouraged to write about topics they find engaging as they practice writing on the following themes: narration, definition, process analysis, cause and effect, and comparison/contrast.
After students turn in each assignment, the teacher supplies detailed suggestions for revision.
She is a violin faculty member at the New Amsterdam Conservatory of Music. Lizzy Steiner is an MFA candidate in fiction from Sarasota, Florida.
She holds a BA in English and French from Wesleyan University.
She was a recipient of the Felipe De Alba Award for her short story, “The Secret of the Elks.” She currently works at The Authors Guild and is working on her first novel based in her home country of Sri Lanka.
This is her second year teaching at the Program for High School Students.
ENGL 2800/2810 cannot be counted toward English major but prerequisite to 3000-level creative writing courses.
Used to fulfill distribution requirements of AS humanities and most other colleges.
Students may choose an optional elective as a supplement to the three required daily class meetings.
Please note that participation in an elective will prevent students from partaking in most other midday activities Comedy Writing: Students spend class time reading, writing, and performing comedy.