• Dates: 29 Jan, 2014


  1. 4 Vishwajit 23 Feb
    I've got no lesson plans, but I would think that an 18-year-old with 6th grade aciamedc skills isn't going to like 6th grade materials.Consider having him read the best of the YA novels for his grade level. Some of them are good enough stories to engage a young adult. (Consider some of the works of Louis Sacher, like Holes, or much of the work of William Sleater, who writes juvenile horror mixed with surrealism.)Graphic novels, any kind so long as the English is good. Check out Neil Gaiman's Sandman series very popular with his age group.Have him write. A journal. A complaint letter. Haiku. A letter to the editor. An essay about any topic he has an opinion on. A joke. Notes to you. Discourage online practice, since so many people on the internet have poor written English skills.
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