About the Saturday Workshops The Northern Virginia Writing Project provides one-day writing workshops for interested students and motivated writers in grades 5-12 in the fall and 4-12 in the spring. ...
Still want to register? Walk-in registrations will be accepted. Questions? Contact us at 571-206-4987. Check-in will be in Krug Hall in the second floor hallway near room 204. Krug Hall is building #33 on the map and Rappahannock is the closest parking deck. Visitors should park in the Rappahannock Parking Deck, #42 on the map, […]
July 2014 Dear Student and Parents, We’re excited that you’ll be joining us for the 2014 Northern Virginia Writing Project Student Summer Institute, held on the Fairfax campus of George Mason University. (For directions to the university, consult the George Mason website at www.gmu.edu or the attached map.) In this post, we are including a […]
Week 1 Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday 9am-9:20am Large Group Meeting: Brief Orientation for Families Focused Freewriting Introductions Grade level grouping Assignment of log-keeper Large Group Meeting Focused Freewriting Announcements Interest Group Selections Assignment of log-keeper Base group introductions Teacher Skit Large Group Meeting Focused Freewriting Announcements Assignment of log-keeper Large Group Meeting Focused Freewriting […]
For almost 24 years, The Northern Virginia Writing Project has worked with young writers through our Student Summer Institute and our Saturday Workshop Series. Aimed at interested students and motivated writers in grades 4-12 , workshops are run by NVWP Teacher Consultants, some of the best teachers in Northern Virginia. Class size is small, with […]
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