This workshop is designed for beginning to moderately experienced writers to learn a more skillful, engaging and captivating way of writing an essay, particularly the narrative essay. At the end of the course, participants will have learned the technique of writing essays using various time-tested tools, be able to recognize well-written essays and become familiar with the elements that make them good.
1. Learn the basic elements of writing a narrative essay
2. Learn to read like a writer
3. Understand and put into practice the philosophy and techniques learned during the course of the workshop
4. Produce the first draft of a narrative essay and turn in the revised version after the work has been workshopped
HOW IT WORKS
The workshop is held at our facility once a week over the weekend for a total period of 6 (six) weeks or 6 (six) sessions at 4 hours per session. It also combines lectures, reading assignments and discussions; as well as in-class exercises, take-home assignments, and response-writing.
WHO SHOULD TAKE THIS COURSE?
Anyone interested in sharpening their essay-writing skills and a general reader with a healthy interest in expressing their thoughts in writing.
Devi Asmarani is the Editor-in-Chief of a popular feminist online journal, Magdalene.co.
DISCOUNT & PAYMENT PLANS
We offer 10% discount for all students (ID required) and specific payment plans for individuals and organizations which enroll three or more participants in the same course.
"The Jakarta Post Writing Center is really precious. We rarely have this kind of course in Jakarta or Indonesia." - Feby Indirani (Batch January - February 2018)