Writing Workshops

Middle School and High School

  • Teaching Argumentation
  • Teaching Expository/Informational Writing, including Expository, Summary, Research
  • Teaching the Analytical Response to Literature Paragraph and Essay (Download as a PDF.)
  • Teaching the Narrative Essay, Personal and Fictional
  • Teaching the Expository Paragraph in an All-Staff Workshop Focused on Writing Across the Curriculum (Download as a PDF.)
  • Teaching Expository/Informational Writing for Social Studies and Science (Download as a PDF.)
  • Teaching the Short Answer Response and the 26-line Narrative, Expository, Persuasive, and Analytical Essays for Texas EOC exams
  • Teaching Pre-AP® and Advanced Placement® (AP®) English Writing
    • Style Analysis
    • Argumentation
    • Synthesis
    • Rhetorical Analysis
  • Demonstration and Coaching Days

Upper Elementary

  • Teaching the Narrative Essay, Personal and Fictional
  • Teaching Expository/Informational/Summary Writing (Download as a PDF.)
  • Teaching the 26-line Narrative and Expository Compositions for Texas STAAR® (Download as a PDF.)
  • Teaching the Response to Literature Paragraph and Essay (Download as a PDF.
  • Teaching the Persuasive Essay
  • Demonstration and Coaching Days

Lower Elementary

  • Teaching Personal Narrative
  • Teaching Expository/Informational/Summary (Download as a PDF.)
  • Demonstration and Coaching Days

Type of Workshops

If you are interested in hosting a private workshop or inquiring about participating or forming an open workshop in your area, select “Request a Workshop” and complete the inquiry form.
A Jane Schaffer Writing Program® Workshop open to the public.  Sessions may vary from 1-3 days in length as detailed in the description.  Fees are collected at the time of registration.
Districts, schools, and communities are able to host a specific Jane Schaffer workshop as part of their professional development offerings.  To register, private workshops require a “Conference ID” provided by the host.  Fees are not required from individual participants.
Online sessions are available by topic and selected dates.  Fees are collected at the time of registration.

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