Linguistic Development Through Poetry Memorization (Student Book only)
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Introduce your students to the beauty of literature through the doorway of poetry. Enrich vocabulary while infusing reliably correct and sophisticated English language patterns into students’ minds. How? By memorizing these classic poems and speeches.
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Primary Arts of Language: Reading Student Book0 out of 5(0)
If you don’t wish to print the PAL: Reading Student Books and Readers yourself, purchase this pre-printed, spiral-bound book.SKU: PAL-R-S
Phonetic Zoo Spelling Starter Set A0 out of 5(0)
Looking for a new approach to spelling? This phonics-based program uses auditory input to ensure that the correct spelling of each word is absorbed by the brain. The audio CDs allow students to work independently much of the time, while allowing for the repetition needed for mastery. Now includes bonus MP3 audio downloads with the same content as the CDs. (Go to IEW.com/spelling for a placement test.)SKU: PZ-A-D
Primary Arts of Language: Writing Student Book0 out of 5(0)
If you don’t wish to print the PAL: Writing Student Book yourself, purchase this pre-printed, spiral-bound version.SKU: PAL-W-S
Fix It! Grammar: The Nose Tree, Teacher’s Manual Book 10 out of 5(3)
Ingenious! Students hunt for and correct errors in daily passages that cumulatively tell a story. Fix It! encourages studentsto immediately apply new grammar knowledge in context, aiding in the transfer of grammar skills into their own writing. Teacher’s manual includes downloadable student pages.SKU: FIX-1-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