UNF Camp Composition 2017

 

 Registration for Camp Composition 2017 is now open! 

 

If registering siblings, be sure to contact Dr. Christine Weber at cweber@unf.edu for the discount code as siblings can attend at half price. Register early at the link below to guarantee a seat in the class!

 

https://secure.touchnet.com/C21685_ustores/web/product_detail.jsp?PRODUCTID=126&SINGLESTORE=true

A completed online form and registration fee of $240 is required. There is limited space, so register early. No refunds will be available after January 13th, 2017


A healthy snack will be provided. Scholarships will be offered on a limited basis for students who qualify for free or reduced lunch and/or attend a Title 1 school. Confirmation from the school is required. A reduced fee is available for siblings.

 

Camp Composition is a writing camp to help your 4th-11th grade student to be a better writer. 

 

All scholarships for the upcoming camp have been awarded.

   

Camp Composition is offered for six continuous Saturdays from 9:00a.m. to Noon, leading up to the FSA English Language Arts- Writing exam. It is held at the UNF College of Education and Human Services (Petway Hall- Building 57, Room 2503)

 

 

 

 

 

 

2016 Volunteers    Teacher and Campers       

A completed form and registration fee of $240 is required. There is limited space, so register early.  No refunds will be available after January 13th, 2017. 

A healthy snack will be provided. Scholarships will be offered on a limited basis for students who qualify for free or reduced lunch and/or attend a Title 1 school. Confirmation from the school is required. A reduced fee is available for siblings.

 

Orientation Friday, January 20 from 6-7 p.m.
 
Week 1, January 21: 
Writing Prompts 
Week 2, January 28: 
Prewriting Strategies
Week 3, February 4: 
Drafting Strategies 
Week 4, February 11: 
Revising Strategies 
Week 5, February 18: 
Editing Strategies
Week 6, February 25: 
Writing Celebration

 

 

 

 
Checking Work       
       Attentive Campers


      

Contact

Dr. Christine Weber in the Department of Childhood Education, Literacy, and TESOL at the University of North Florida.