This self-paced online Essay Writing Course will teach Higher and Ordinary level Leaving Cert students how to write EVERY essay in the 2022 Leaving Cert English exam.
Check out our course outline below. The first lesson is free! ⬇️
Don’t Lose Valuable Marks
Essay writing is the single most important skill that is required for the Leaving Cert English exam but it’s one that very few students have learned to perfect.
In fact, poor essay writing skills is very often the difference between a passing grade and an honours one.
If you’re putting 100% effort into doing your homework and preparing for your exams but still not seeing the results that you’re capable of achieving then this course is for you!
This course teaches Leaving Cert students how to write every essay required for papers 1 and 2 of the Leaving Cert English exam.
It also teaches students how to write introductions and conclusions and structure paragraphs – the basics which often cost students valuable marks in the exam.
Still undecided? The first lesson is free! ⬇️
Anywhere, Anytime, Any Device
This online Essay Writing Course consists of 9 on-demand classes which can be accessed anywhere, anytime and on any device.
Each class is approximately 20 -30 minutes long and students can pause and rewind the classes as many times as they’d like.
At the end of each class, students are given a writing task to practice the tips and techniques that they learned for that specific genre/essay question.
Students also have access to an online forum where they can ask the teacher questions they about the course or their own writing material.
Helena is a fully qualified and experienced English and History teacher. She holds a First Class Honours Bachelor of Arts degree from Mary Immaculate College where she received the Excellence in English Language & Literature award, having obtained first place in the subject amongst her graduating B.A. class. She completed her Professional Master of Education (PME) degree in Trinity College Dublin.
What Will You Learn?
- How to write each essay required in papers 1 & 2 (poetry/comparative/single text/composition)
- How to write an introduction
- How to write a conclusion
- How to structure paragraphs
- How to structure essays
- How to use quotes effectively
- How to recognise and utilise the features of the five genres of language
How to Write an Introduction
How to Write a Conclusion
Paper 1 – Composition (Part 1)
Paper 1 – Composition (Part 2)
Paper 2 – Single Text
Paper 2 – Comparative (Part 1)
Paper 2 – Comparative (Part 2)
Paper 2 – Prescribed Poetry