Critical Literature Essay

Great Reading and Writing Class


Critical Literature Essay explores longer works of literature and connects the story to modern times. Students read to understand the author’s warning to society. We will also analyze speech’s discuss and write about how the author makes the point using literary devices. This class includes robust Socratic style discussion. #Hooks #Themes #Claims

Schedule in August

  • 5:00pm-6:00pm Every Saturday

Small ONLINE Group

Each Class is limited to 5 students.

  • Small class sizes lead to more one-on-one attention from the teacher
  • There's less disruption
  • Teachers can tailor instruction more individually
  • There's more time for instruction

Mrs. Terrie Hoffman

Mrs. Terrie's Note: "Words to live by: If you can read well and write well, everything is possible. I grew up hearing my dad say this as I struggled through lessons. His priceless words encouraged me and others to be not only determined but also persistent. This advice is his legacy to me, and my gift to students everywhere."

Over the past 10+ years, she has taught reading, writing, and presentation privately to k-college students from Plano, Frisco, Allen, Dallas, Prosper, Lovejoy, McKinney, Farmers Branch, Rockwell and Southlake ISD, as well as, St. Mark’s School of Texas, Hockaday, Parish, and Greenhill private schools.

2020 Fall Class Enrollment Form