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Geography-Based Writing Lessons
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Explore the geography of North America through the Holling C. Holling classics while learning to write with structure and style. (Purchase Holling books separately.)
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The Blue Book of Grammar and Punctuation0 out of 5(0)
Confused about tricky grammar and punctuation rules? Turn to this handy reference for clear explanations and examples.SKU: BBG
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Phonetic Zoo: Level A [Audio CDs only]0 out of 5(3)
Purchase these audio CDs only if you already own a Phonetic Zoo Starter Set and are ready to move to a new level. Includes 5 audio CDs.SKU: PZ-A-DO
Bible Heroes Writing Lessons [Teacher’s Manual]0 out of 5(0)
Order this convenience copy if you don’t wish to print the Bible Heroes Teacher e-book yourself. (E-book comes free with the Student Book.)SKU: BH-T
Teaching the Classics [Syllabus only]0 out of 5(0)
Since Adam and Missy Andrews first released Teaching the Classics in 2004, this video-based training seminar has helped thousand of parents and teachers lead profound discussions of literature at every grade level from K through 12. Adam Andrews shows parents how to identify the five basic elements of fiction (Setting, Character, Conflict, Plot and Theme) in any story, and how to conduct a Socratic discussion of these elements to uncover the author’s main idea. The syllabus notebook provides a Socratic List of 173 ready-made discussion questions applicable to any story in the world.
This revised and expanded second edition has been completely re-filmed, with 2 hours of brand new video content and an expanded syllabus notebook. Eight one-hour presentations feature line-by-line explanations of each question on the Socratic List; dramatic readings of six classic stories accompanied by first edition illustrations; explanatory lectures on Setting, Characters, Conflict, Plot, Theme, Literary Devices, and Context; a practicum session for teachers in training, and more.SKU: TTC-T