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Student Writing Intensive Continuation Course Level A [Teacher’s Manual]
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Teachers who are sharing the SWI Continuation Course A DVDs will each need to purchase a copy of the Teacher’s Manual.
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Fix It! Grammar: Robin Hood, Teacher’s Manual Book 20 out of 5(3)
Ingenious! Students hunt for and correct errors in daily passages that cumulatively tell a story. Fix It! encourages students to 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-2-T
Timeline of Classics0 out of 5(0)
Discover a resource that will become a treasure to your family! Created to save planning time and research, this chronological index of classic world literature reveals a panoramic view of world history. Includes instruction for Reader-Response Journaling, enabling students to outline each chapter they read to strengthen comprehension, develop discernment, and experience the wonder of classic literature.SKU: TLC
Experienced IEW Writers, Writing Supplements
Student Resource Notebook0 out of 5(0)
New and experienced IEW students will be delighted by the abundant writing helps in this resource—Models of Structure, Style Charts, Word Lists, Grammar Rules, and much more!SKU: SRN-S
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
Experienced IEW Writers, Theme-Based Writing
Bible-Based Writing Lessons [Teacher/Student]0 out of 5(0)
Delve into Bible stories and themes while learning to write with structure and style.SKU: BBW-TS