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Crafting the Story – Writing Workshop (grade 5-6 students)

June 21 9:00 am - 12:00 pm

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UCLA Writing Project Summer Camp

June 21 – 24 & June 27 – July 1, 2022

9:00AM – 12:00PM online

Instructor:
Raquela Bases

Let your imagination lead the way this summer as you engage in the telling and writing of stories. Practice building new worlds as you write fantasy or science fiction. Write realistic fiction by getting into the head of interesting characters and then having those characters face conflicts similar to the challenges real kids face.

In our workshop, you will play with language so that your writing pops and your dialogue sounds real.  You will draft many short pieces  and polish some longer writing.  At the end of our two weeks together, you’ll select a few pieces to publish in our class anthology.

Join this workshop for fun, new friendships, and taking on the identity of writer.

Fee: $595

Registration is closed since we have reached capacity for this program.

Melissa Berlant teaches English, Social Studies, and Creative Writing at Porter Middle School Gifted Magnet. She loves sharing the joy of writing with her students and is passionate about helping them discover their unique voices. In her teaching, Ms. Berlant loves harnessing a variety of tools available online to connect with students and enhance their creativity. She has worked with training teachers at home and abroad on a variety of teaching techniques. When she’s not teaching or developing her own writing, you can find her out exploring the city with her friends and family or traveling around the world.

Raquela Bases is a 4th grade teacher at Charles White Visual Arts LACMA Magnet in Los Angeles, California. She is a graduate of UCLA’s Teacher Education Program. In her spare time, she enjoys reading, writing, painting, and swimming in the ocean.

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Date:
June 21
Time:
9:00 am - 12:00 pm
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Online

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Nancy Lee Sayre
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