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    1. 4 Stars Out Of 5
      Great text but missing this one thing...
      September 11, 2014
      Jesuschick
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      Hi, my children had used their textbook in co-ops and one of them won local library story writing contest. So no question it is a great resource, yet if you purchase this in their actual website you can receive free download of the necessary item called STUDENT RESOURCE NOTEBOOK for free!! Otherwise you will need to purchase it yourself. Well I just found that out myself right now and trying to decide what to do...
    2. 5 Stars Out Of 5
      September 9, 2007
      Regina Scott
      This book of writing lessons for the middle and high school student is excellent on two levels. As the student learns and practices the basics, and then more advanced skills of good writing, they also learn about three wonderfully virtuous historic figures: Mother Teresa, Abraham Lincoln, and St. Francis. The thought-provoking source materials provided about these three Christians will interest and challenge the student as he/she learns to effectively and concisely take notes from these source materials to serve as a basis for their own written work. With my eighteen years of teaching high school English to draw upon, I can authoritatively state that this is a valuable book to teach students how to become good, confident writers who keep portfolios of their work, and who analyze and improve their writings as they learn even more advanced techniques. The beauty of this book is that while taking the student through the steps to craft well-written summaries, creative stories from pictures, research reports, essays, reviews, and critiques, the student is also exposed to excellent written/spoken works that Lincoln, Mother Teresa, and St. Francis have either produced themselves or that have been written about them. What a wonderful combination!
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