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  1. Fables, Myths, and Fairy Tales Writing Lessons (2nd Edition)
    Fables, Myths, and Fairy Tales Writing Lessons (2nd Edition)
    Maria Gerber
    Institute For Excellence In Writing / Other
    $29.00

Fables, Myths, and Fairy Tales: Writing Lessons in Structure and Style is a one-year enjoyable writing course that combines IEW's Teaching Writing: Structure and Style method with classic children's literature. Covering IEW TWSS Units 1-7, students learn how to take notes, summarize narrative stories, summarize references, write from pictures, and compose their own fables, myths, and fairy tales.

This course is designed to be taught by a teacher who has been through the Teaching Writing: Structure and Style seminar and is familiar with the IEW writing method.

Grades 3-5. 280 pages, spiralbound softcover. 2nd Edition. Comes with access to the Student Resource Notebook and teacher's manual download plus a 23-page ebook checklist supplement.

This teacher's guide is designed to be used with Institute for Excellence in Writing (IEW)'s Fables, Myths, and Fairy Tales Writing Lessons Student Book, 2nd Edition. It includes inset, reduced-size student pages that have suggested answers overlaid; teacher notes in the margins provide extra tips and include brainstorming ideas, read-alouds, sample discussion starters, sample key word outlines, instructions for the optional vocabulary study and a daily joke. 275 pages, spiralbound softcover.

  1. Teaching the Classics (4 DVDs & Workbook)
    Teaching the Classics (4 DVDs & Workbook)
    Adam Andrews, Missy Andrews
    Institute For Excellence In Writing / Other
    $89.00
    4 Stars Out Of 5 3 Reviews

No matter what your opinion about "good literature", this course will work for you, since it doesn't tell you what beautiful literature is, but rather teaches how to think with the skills of observation, deduction and evaluation. Students will use the Socratic Method of learning as they examine the five elements of literature: plot, conflict, setting, character and theme. Graphic organizers, book lists, discussion questions, excerpts and other materials are included in the workbook.

The included 4-DVD set contains the instructional seminars that show students how to apply elements described in the text to literature. Concepts covered include preparing for literary analysis, plot & conflict, setting, character, theme and practice/scope & sequence. Elementary-high school.

This kit includes:

  • 97-page workbook, softcover, spiral-bound.
  • 4 DVDs in plastic case.

    1. Teaching the Classics Seminar Workbook
      Teaching the Classics Seminar Workbook
      Adam Andrews, Missy Andrews
      Institute For Excellence In Writing / Other
      $29.00

    No matter what your opinion about "good literature", this course will work for you, since it doesn't tell you what beautiful literature is, but rather teaches how to think with the skills of observation, deduction and evaluation. Students will use the Socratic Method of learning as they examine the five elements of literature: plot, conflict, setting, character and theme. Graphic organizers, book lists, discussion questions, excerpts and other materials are included. 97 pages, softcover, spiral-bound. This is the workbook only; DVDs not included.

    1. Windows to the World: An Introduction to Literary Analysis--Teacher/Student Combo
      Windows to the World: An Introduction to Literary Analysis--Teacher/Student Combo
      Lesha Myers
      Institute For Excellence In Writing / Trade Paperback
      $49.00
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      CBD Stock No: WW411039

    Great literature can change and shape a person. Windows to the World teaches high school students how to analyze the primary elements of literature: setting, plot, characterization, imagery, allusions, parallelism, and much more. Written from a Christian perspective, students will also learn to view literature and the author's intentions. Students will read a lesson (many with literary excerpts) before completing a variety of associated assignments.

    The included teacher's supplement features a course overview, assessment overview, sample schedules, and chapter-by-chapter lesson plans with chapter objectives, a chapter outline plan and approach, and detailed teaching helps and supplements.

    Student Book is 194 pages, softcover, spiralbound. Pages are reproducible for use by multiple children within the same immediate family. Purchasers of this book also receive instructions to download the optional Syllabus for Introduction to Literary Analysis.

    The teacher's manual is 129 pages, spiralbound.

    1. Windows to the World: An Introduction to Literary Analysis
      Windows to the World: An Introduction to Literary Analysis
      Lesha Myers
      Institute For Excellence In Writing / Spiral Bound
      $29.00
      Availability: In Stock
      CBD Stock No: WW126059

    Great literature can change and shape a person. Windows to the World teaches high school students how to analyze the primary elements of literature: setting, plot, characterization, imagery, allusions, parallelism, and much more. Written from a Christian perspective, students will also learn to view literature and the author's intentions from a Christian perspective. Students will read a lesson (many with literary excerpts) before completing a variety of associated assignments.

    194 pages, softcover, spiralbound. Pages are reproducible for use by multiple children within the same immediate family. Purchasers of this book also receive instructions to download the optional Syllabus for Introduction to Literary Analysis.

    1. Windows to the World: An Introduction to Literary Analysis (Teacher's Manual Only)
      Windows to the World: An Introduction to Literary Analysis (Teacher's Manual Only)
      Lesha Myers
      Institute For Excellence In Writing / Other
      $24.00
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      CBD Stock No: WW411046

    Great literature can change and shape a person. Windows to the World teaches high school students how to analyze the primary elements of literature: setting, plot, characterization, imagery, allusions, parallelism, and much more. Written from a Christian perspective, students will also learn to view literature and the author's intentions.

    This teacher's guide includes a course overview, assessment overview, sample schedules, and chapt er-by-chapter lesson plans with chapter objectives, a chapter outline plan and approach, and detailed teaching helps and supplements. Comes with access to the A Syllabus for Introduction to Literary Analysis e-book.

    129 pages, spiralbound. Grades 9-12.

    1. Excellence in Literature: American Literature (3rd Edition)
      Excellence in Literature: American Literature (3rd Edition)
      Janice Campbell
      Institute For Excellence In Writing / 2014 / Spiral Bound
      $29.00
      5 Stars Out Of 5 1 Reviews
      Availability: In Stock
      CBD Stock No: WW411855

    Have you ever read a work of great literature and wondered how and why the author created the work they did? This book will introduce you to "literary reading", the way to learn about the contexts of stories, including information about the author, textual elements, and other aspects of the assigned works of great literature. This text provides opportunities for writing practice while students simultaneously grow familiar with some of the greatest writers of all time.

    This book establishes the scope & sequence, assigns the readings, suggests an assignment schedule, provides organization tips, and a rubric for objectively evaluating completed assignments, and provides resources for research; students must obtain copies of the books to read. Learn to read with discernment, become a self-motivated learner, strengthen writing skills, and prepare for college classes! Each of the nine included units are designed to be completed in four intense weeks. Additional reading suggestions in each module and additional writing assignments are include for an honors track course.

    Grades 8-12. 146 non-reproducible pages, spiralbound softcover; non-consumable worktext as students write their answers outside of the book. 3rd Edition.

    Some students might find it helpful to use IEW's Windows to the World & A Syllabus for Introduction to Literary Analysis as well as The Elegant Essay as a prerequisite to this course. Prior experience with IEW's Structure and Style is helpful but not required.

    The following units center around the respective texts; additional readings not listed below are included for the honors track

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    • Unit 1:Autobiography by Benjamin Franklin
    • Unit 2: Rip Van Winkle & The Legend of Sleepy Hollow by Washington Irving and Selected Works by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
    • Unit 3:The Last of the Mohicans by James Fenimore Cooper
    • Unit 4:The House of Seven Gables by Nathaniel Hawthorne
    • Unit 5: Moby Dick by Herman Melville
    • Unit 6:The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn by Mark Twain
    • Unit 7:House of Mirth by Edith Wharton
    • Unit 8:The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald
    • Unit 9:The Old Man and the Sea by Ernest Hemingway

    1. Excellence in Literature: British Literature (3rd Edition)
      Excellence in Literature: British Literature (3rd Edition)
      Janice Campbell
      Institute For Excellence In Writing / 2014 / Spiral Bound
      $29.00
      Availability: In Stock
      CBD Stock No: WW411848

    Have you ever read a work of great literature and wondered how and why the author created the work they did? This book will introduce you to "literary reading", the way to learn about the contexts of stories, including the historic, literary, and artistic context of the assigned works of great literature. This text provides opportunities for writing practice while students simultaneously grow familiar with some of the greatest writers of all time.

    This book establishes the scope & sequence, assigns the readings, suggests an assignment schedule, provides organization tips, includes a rubric for objectively evaluating completed assignments, and provides resources for research; students must obtain copies of the books to read. As they move through the program, they'll learn to read with discernment, become a self-motivated learner, strengthen writing skills, and prepare for college classes! Each of the nine included units is designed to be completed in four intense weeks. Additional reading suggestions in each module and additional writing assignments are include for an honors track course.

    Grades 8-12. 166 non-reproducible pages, spiralbound softcover; non-consumable worktext as students write their answers outside of the book. 3rd Edition.

    Some students might find it helpful to use IEW's Windows to the World & A Syllabus for Introduction to Literary Analysis as well as The Elegant Essay as a prerequisite to this course. Prior experience with IEW's Structure and Style is helpful but not required.

    The following units center on the respective texts below; additional readings not listed below are included for the honors track.

    • Unit 1: Beowulf
    • Unit 2: Canterbury Tales by Chaucer
    • Unit 3: Spenser, Gawain, and the Arthurian Legend
    • Unit 4: King Lear by William Shakespeare
    • Unit 5: Paradise Lost by John Milton
    • Unit 6: Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen
    • Unit 7: Great Expectations by Charles Dickens
    • Unit 8: Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte
    • Unit 9: To the Lighthouse by Virginia Woolf

    1. Excellence in Literature Content Guides for Self-Directed Study: World Literature
      Excellence in Literature Content Guides for Self-Directed Study: World Literature
      Janice Campbell
      Institute For Excellence In Writing / Other
      $29.00
      Availability: In Stock
      CBD Stock No: WW411832

    Have you ever read a work of great literature and wondered how and why the author created the work they did? IEW's World Literature will introduce you to "deep reading," a way to learn about the contexts of stories, including the historic, literary, and artistic context of the assigned works of world literature, in addition to the plot, setting, characterization and other elements of the text. This workbook provides opportunities for writing practice while students simultaneously grow familiar with some of the greatest writers of all time.

    World Literature is a college-preparatory course that will introduce students to great literature from the Western literary tradition, teach them to read with discernment, train them to be self-motivated learners, prepare them for college classes, and help them strengthen their writing skills.

    This book includes an assignment schedule, provides organization tips, models of the type of papers students will be writing and an evaluation rubric; units include pointers and a list of recommended resources for research (including audio, music and video suggestions along with topical/contextual resources). Students must obtain copies of the books to read. Each of the eight included units is designed to be completed in four intense weeks.

    Grades 9-12. 165 non-reproducible pages, spiralbound softcover; non-consumable worktext as students write their answers outside of the book. 3rd Edition. Book 5 in the Excellence in Literature series.

    IEW's Windows to the World & A Syllabus for Introduction to Literary Analysis as well as The Elegant Essay, and either Excellence in Literature: American Literature or Excellence in Literature: British Literature are suggested prerequisites to this course. Prior experience with IEW's Structure and Style is helpful but not required.

    The following units center on the respective texts below; additional readings not listed below are included for the honors track.

    • Unit 1: The Odyssey by Homer
    • Unit 2: Antigone by Sophocles
    • Unit 3: The Aeneid by Virgil
    • Unit 4: Inferno by Dante Alighieri
    • Unit 5: Don Quixote by Miguel de Cervantes
    • Unit 6: Les Miserables by Victor Hugo
    • Unit 7: The Portable Nineteenth-Century Russian Reader
    • Unit 8: Faust by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
    • Unit 9: Out of Africa by Isak Dinesen

    1. Worldview Detective: A Socratic Method for  Investigating Great Books (DVD Seminar & Workbook)
      Worldview Detective: A Socratic Method for Investigating Great Books (DVD Seminar & Workbook)
      Adam Andrews
      Institute For Excellence In Writing / 2015 / Other
      $49.00
      Availability: In Stock
      CBD Stock No: WW898974

    The Worldview Detective course from the Institute for Excellence in Writing (IEW) will help your students analyze authors' worldviews and learn to discern truth in literature. Featuring live discussions of works by Jack London and Flannery O'Conner, as well as a list of 113 discussion questions to help readers analyze every book, this course teaches a method for analyzing literature that you can apply to any book!

    This course includes both four DVDs (3 hour presentation) along with a teacher's manual designed to supplement the DVDs. This manual includes the complete text of London's To Build a Fire, a revised & expanded Socratic List of discussion questions, discussion questions and answers for the stories in the DVD, summaries of major literary periods and common worldviews, an explanation and warning about "Christian deconstruction," and more.

    Four DVDs feature:

    • Step-by-step techniques for "detecting" an author's worldview through close reading

    • Worldview analyses of works by Jack London and Flannery O'Connor
    • Detailed instructions for applying a Christian worldview to any book
    • A revised and expanded Socratic List for worldview analysis, including live explanations and guidance for each question
    • Explanations of important terms like worldview, deconstruction, naturalism, realism, romanticism, modernism and more
    • Summaries of major literary periods and common worldviews
    • Live demonstrations of CenterForLit's famous Socratic teaching technique
    • DVD presentations feature both Adam and Missy Andrews in a Socratic discussion setting that models our instructional techniques.

    This kit includes:

    • 4-DVD Presentation
    • Teacher's Manual, 70 pages, spiralbound, softcover. Non-reproducible, so for co-ops and small groups, each teacher/parent/student must purchase his or her own teacher's manual.

    1. Worldview Detective: A Socratic Method for Investigating Great Books (Seminar Workbook Only)
      Worldview Detective: A Socratic Method for Investigating Great Books (Seminar Workbook Only)
      Adam Andrews
      Institute For Excellence In Writing / 2015 / Other
      $11.49 Retail: $19.00 Save 40% ($7.51)
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      CBD Stock No: WW898967

    This teacher's manual is designed to accompany the Worldview Detective course from the Institute for Excellence in Writing (IEW). It contains only supplemental material and cannot be used independently of the DVD presentation.

    Help your students analyze authors' worldviews and learn to discern truth in literature. This manual includes the complete text of London's To Build a Fire, a revised & expanded Socratic List of discussion questions, discussion questions and answers for the stories in the DVD, summaries of major literary periods and common worldviews, an explanation and warning about "Christian deconstruction," and more.

    70 pages, spiralbound, softcover. Non-reproducible, so for co-ops and small groups, each teacher/parent/student must purchase his or her own teacher's manual.

    1. Geography-Based Writing Lessons: Incorporating Beautiful Feet Books Geography Through Literature
      Geography-Based Writing Lessons: Incorporating Beautiful Feet Books Geography Through Literature
      Maria Gerber
      Institute For Excellence In Writing / Trade Paperback
      $19.00
      Availability: In Stock
      CBD Stock No: WW127779

    Introduce your children to classic stories---and enhance their knowledge of geography, science, and writing. Based on the Teaching Writing: Structure and Style Seminar Workbook, 37 lessons take students through Holling's Paddle-to-the-Sea, Tree in the Trail, Minn of the Mississippi, and Seabird. Lesson plans include sample keyword outlines, ideas for practicing stylistic techniques, and composition checklists. Grades 3 to 6. Please note that this book is designed to be used by parents already familiar with IEW's Teaching Writing: Structure and Style curriculum. 81 pages, spiralbound softcover.

    1. Timeline of Classics (New Edition)
      Timeline of Classics (New Edition)
      Gail Ledbetter
      Institute For Excellence In Writing / 2016 / Other
      $29.00
      Availability: In Stock
      CBD Stock No: WW412458

    This resource will be a treasure for any homeschooling family! Perfect for literature-based courses, unit studies, and supplementing history curriculum, Timeline of Classics features a chronological index of classic world literature, biographies, plays, recordings, and films that are organized into the basic ages of history. Periods include the Ancients, the Middle Ages, Renaissance and Reformation, and Modern World, with numerous sub-divisions (such as the Age of Enlightenment, Westward Expansion, and the Cold War Period), with dates listed for each. Organized as a landscape-oriented graph, each entry includes a description or time period, the title of the book, the author of the book, and Level. Grade Levels include E, M, and H for Elementary, Middle, and High School. This 2nd Edition now includes instructions and samples for Reader-Response Journaling. 121 pages, spiral-bound softcover. Non-reproducible. Grades K-12.

    1. Linguistic Development through Poetry Memorization CDs & Book (New Edition)
      Linguistic Development through Poetry Memorization CDs & Book (New Edition)
      Andrew Pudewa
      Institute For Excellence In Writing / 2016 / Other
      $65.00
      Availability: In Stock
      CBD Stock No: WW412586

    Linguistic Development through Poetry Memorization from the Institute of Excellence in writing introduces students to a source of powerful and sophisticated linguistic patterning available to children: memorized language, especially memorized poetry.

    Memorization helps to improve the brain, build mental discipline, and strengthen the spirit. This long-term program is designed to help students memorize dozens of poems, be able to recite them, and then retain their memorization abilities for life.

    This program will take several years to complete and can be used with grades K-12; poems are divided into four levels with a fifth level featuring speeches. Level 1 begins with short enjoyable verses that gradually increase in length and sophistication; the last level's memorization selections include Socrates' Apology by Plato, We Shall Fight on the Beaches by Winston Churchill, The Gettysburg Address by Abraham Lincoln & more.

    Students and the teacher recite one poem several times per day. A mastery-based program, the second poem is introduced and practiced after the first is mastered; however it's still repeated daily---as part of class, in the car, or during chores. By the end of the level, students can recite every poem they've learned. 20 selections per level.

    The teacher's guide includes instructions, memory charts, certificates, and poet biographies.

    The included audio CD recordings help to facilitate learning through repetition so that students can master poems quickly and accurately.

    Grades K-12

    This kit includes:

    • Teacher's Guide: 206 pages, Spiral-bound soft cover. 2nd Edition.

    • Audio CDs

    1. Linguistic Development through Poetry Memorization Teacher's Manual
      Linguistic Development through Poetry Memorization Teacher's Manual
      Andrew Pudewa
      Institute For Excellence In Writing / 2016 / Spiral Bound
      $29.00
      Availability: In Stock
      CBD Stock No: WW412593

    Linguistic Development through Poetry Memorization from the Institute of Excellence in writing introduces students to a source of powerful and sophisticated linguistic patterning available to children: memorized language, especially memorized poetry.

    Memorization helps to improve the brain, build mental discipline, and strengthen the spirit. This long-term program is designed to help students memorize dozens of poems, be able to recite them, and then retain their memorization abilities for life.

    This program will take several years to complete; poems are divide into four levels with a fifth level featuring speeches. Level 1 begins with short enjoyable verses that gradually increase in length and sophistication; the last level's memorization selections include Socrates' Apology by Plato, We Shall Fight on the Beaches by Winston Churchill, The Gettysburg Address by Abraham Lincoln & more.

    Students and the teacher recite one poem several times per day. A mastery-based program, the second poem is introduced and practiced after the first is mastered; however it's still repeated daily---as part of class, in the car, or during chores. By the end of the level, students can recite every poem they've learned. 20 selections per level.

    This teacher's guide includes instructions, memory charts, certificates, and poet biographies.

    206 pages, Spiral-bound soft cover. 2nd Edition. Grades K -12.

    1. Following Narnia Volume 1: The Lion's Song--Teacher/ Student Combo
      Following Narnia Volume 1: The Lion's Song--Teacher/ Student Combo
      Laura Bettis
      Institute For Excellence In Writing / 2016 / Spiral Bound
      $49.00
      Availability: In Stock
      CBD Stock No: WW412395

    Designed to accompany Institute for Excellence in Writing's Structure & Style curriculum, this supplementary curriculum will help students learn to integrate IEW techniques with topics from the Narnia stories. Using the first three novels of The Chronicles of Narnia (The Magician's Nephew, The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, and The Horse and His Boy), these 31 lessons encourage students to experience the enchanted land of Narnia through structure and style. This course is designed to be used by an instructor who has been through the Teaching Writing: Structure and Style seminar and is familiar with IEW writing techniques.

    The Student Book gives reading assignments from the novels, source texts on related topics, key word outlines to fill in, checklists, assignments, wordlists, and more!

    The Teacher's Manual is a necessary component of the course. Inset, reduced-size student pages are included with the correct answers overlaid. Notes and information for the teacher is provided in the margins surrounding the student pages; the notes guide teachers/parents through each lesson with in-depth explanations, tips for teaching, checklists, and other helpful notes.

    Middle school students (grades 6-8). 31 lessons; suggested schedule covers 1 lesson per week including editing & writing time.

    This 3rd Edition has updated the Teacher's Manual so that it now includes inset student pages, In the student workbook, lessons have been revamped; some include new source texts, and checklists have been updated.

    This kit includes:

    • Following Narnia Volume 1: The Lion's Song Student Book; 248 pages, softcover spiralbound. Third Edition. Reproducible for in-family use only.
    • Following Narnia Volume 1: The Lion's Song Teacher's Manual; 248 pages, softcover spiralbound. Third Edition
    • Access to the following downloads: the Student Resource Notebook and Following Narnia Volume 1: The Lion's Song Reproducible Checklists ebook.

    1. Following Narnia Volume 1: The Lion's Song Student Book (New  Edition)
      Following Narnia Volume 1: The Lion's Song Student Book (New Edition)
      Laura Bettis
      Institute For Excellence In Writing / 2016 / Spiral Bound
      $29.00
      Availability: In Stock
      CBD Stock No: WW412389

    Designed to accompany Institute for Excellence in Writing's Structure & Style curriculum, this supplementary curriculum will help students learn to integrate IEW techniques with topics from the Narnia stories. Using the first three novels of The Chronicles of Narnia (The Magician's Nephew, The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, and The Horse and His Boy), these 31 lessons encourage students to experience the enchanted land of Narnia through structure and style. This course is designed to be used by an instructor who has been through the Teaching Writing: Structure and Style seminar and is familiar with IEW writing techniques; this book cannot be used without the Teacher's Manual (sold-separately).

    The Student Book gives reading assignments from the novels, source texts on related topics, key word outlines to fill in, checklists, assignments, wordlists, and more. 248 pages, softcover spiralbound. Third Edition. Reproducible for in-family use only. Includes access to the following downloads: the Student Resource Notebook and Following Narnia Volume 1: The Lion's Song Reproducible Checklists ebook.

    This 3rd Edition includes revamped lessons; some include new source texts, and checklists have been updated.

    1. Following Narnia Volume 1: The Lion's Song Teacher Book (New Edition)
      Following Narnia Volume 1: The Lion's Song Teacher Book (New Edition)
      Laura Bettis
      Institute For Excellence In Writing / 2016 / Spiral Bound
      $29.00
      Availability: In Stock
      CBD Stock No: WW412401

    Designed to accompany Institute for Excellence in Writing's Structure & Style curriculum, this supplementary curriculum will help students learn to integrate IEW techniques with topics from the Narnia stories. Using the first three novels of The Chronicles of Narnia (The Magician's Nephew, The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, and The Horse and His Boy), these 31 lessons encourage students to experience the enchanted land of Narnia through structure and style. This course is designed to be used by an instructor who has been through the Teaching Writing: Structure and Style seminar and is familiar with IEW writing techniques.

    This Teacher's Manual is a necessary component of the course. Inset, reduced-size student pages are included with the correct answers overlaid. Notes and information for the teacher is provided in the margins surrounding the student pages; the notes guide teachers/parents through each lesson with in-depth explanations, tips for teaching, checklists, and other helpful notes.

    Middle school students (grades 6-8). 31 lessons; suggested schedule covers 1 lesson per week including editing & writing time.

    This 3rd Edition has updated the Teacher's Manual so that it now includes inset student pages. 248 pages, softcover spiral-bound. Third Edition. Access to the following downloads included: the Student Resource Notebook and Following Narnia Volume 1: The Lion's Song Reproducible Checklists ebook.

    1. Following Narnia Volume 2: Aslan's Country--Teacher/ Student Combo
      Following Narnia Volume 2: Aslan's Country--Teacher/ Student Combo
      Laura Bettis
      Institute For Excellence In Writing / 2016 / Spiral Bound
      $49.00
      Availability: In Stock
      CBD Stock No: WW412532

    Take a trip to Narnia and learn advanced IEW writing skills along the way with Following Narnia Volume 2: Aslan's Country . Using Prince Caspian, Voyage of the Dawn Treader, The Silver Chair, and The Last Battle, students will develop more advanced writing skills and techniques. This course is designed to be used by an instructor who has been through the Teaching Writing: Structure and Style seminar and is familiar with IEW writing techniques, and students who have at least one year of experience with IEW.

    The Student Book gives reading assignments from the novels, source texts on related topics, checklists, assignments, word lists, student samples, and more.

    The Teacher's Manual is a necessary component of the course. Inset, reduced-size student pages are included with the correct answers overlaid. Notes for the teacher are provided in the margins surrounding the student pages; these include sample key word outlines, brainstorming ideas, answers to questions, review activities, and ideas for motivating students.

    Upper middle school and high school students (grades 8-12).

    This kit includes:

    • Following Narnia Volume 2: Aslan's Country Student Book; 220 pages, softcover spiralbound. Reproducible for in-family use only.
    • Following Narnia Volume 2: Aslan's Country Teacher's Manual; 220 pages, softcover spiralbound.
    • Access to download the Student Resource Notebook

    1. Following Narnia Volume 2: Aslan's Country Student Book
      Following Narnia Volume 2: Aslan's Country Student Book
      Laura Bettis
      Institute For Excellence In Writing / 2016 / Spiral Bound
      $29.00
      Availability: In Stock
      CBD Stock No: WW412517

    Take a trip to Narnia and learn advanced IEW writing skills along the way with Following Narnia Volume 2: Aslan's Country . Using Prince Caspian, Voyage of the Dawn Treader, The Silver Chair, and The Last Battle, students will develop more advanced writing skills and techniques. This course is designed to be used by an instructor who has been through the Teaching Writing: Structure and Style seminar and is familiar with IEW writing techniques, and students who have at least one year of experience with IEW.

    Upper middle school and high school students (grades 8-12).

    The Student Book gives reading assignments from the novels, source texts on related topics, checklists, assignments, word lists, student samples, and more. 220 pages, softcover spiralbound. Includes access to download the Student Resource Notebook

    1. Following Narnia Volume 2: Aslan's Country Teacher Book
      Following Narnia Volume 2: Aslan's Country Teacher Book
      Laura Bettis
      Institute For Excellence In Writing / 2016 / Spiral Bound
      $29.00
      Availability: In Stock
      CBD Stock No: WW412524

    Take a trip to Narnia and learn advanced IEW writing skills along the way with Following Narnia Volume 2: Aslan's Country . Using Prince Caspian, Voyage of the Dawn Treader, The Silver Chair, and The Last Battle, students will develop more advanced writing skills and techniques. This course is designed to be used by an instructor who has been through the Teaching Writing: Structure and Style seminar and is familiar with IEW writing techniques, and students who have at least one year of experience with IEW.

    The Teacher's Manual is a necessary component of the course. Inset, reduced-size student pages are included with the correct answers overlaid. Notes for the teacher are provided in the margins surrounding the student pages; these include sample key word outlines, brainstorming ideas, answers to questions, review activities, and ideas for motivating students. 220 pages, softcover, spiralbound.

    Upper middle school and high school students (grades 8-12).

    Includes download access to the Student Resource Notebook .