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IEW style Research Papers, Reports, and Essays

Learn easy to use principles from IEW to create amazing Research Papers, Reports and Essays. In this course, students will focus on the IEW Units that teach single and multi-source research papers, reports and essays.
Paige Bombacie - IEW Registered Instructor
120 total reviews for this teacher
Completed by 7 learners
  There are no upcoming classes.
50 minutes
per class
Once per week
over 12 weeks
year olds
learners per class
per learner - per class

How does a "Multi-Day" course work?

Meets multiple times at scheduled times
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Great for engaging projects and interacting with diverse classmates from other states and countries

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Class Experience

This course will begin with IEW Units 1 and 2.  In these units, the concept and rules of Key Word Outlining will be introduced. Next, we will practice giving an oral summary from Key Word Outlines and conclude with a written summary from our Key Word Outline. The goal is to teach students to put information into their own words. 

Next, we will cover Unit 4 and learn to summerize a reference from one source. We will build on the skills taught in Units 1 & 2. The student will learn to select the information that is important and interesting from a larger text. The facts they chose will be taken from ideas and concepts in the source text. We will cover how to create a topic and clincher sentence for each paragraph and how to come up with a catchy title. 

In Unit 6 students will summerize from multiple references building even further on the skill taught in Units 1,2 & 4. Creating Key Word Outlines for each source, Fusing Outlines into one Key Word Outline and writing 2-3 paragraph papers. 

Along the way, students will learn how to add style to their sentences and papers with dress-ups, varied sentence openers, and decorations. 

When finished with this coarse students will have learned an organized way to synthesize information and communicate it from their point of view. These invaluable skills can be taken and applied to a myriad of subjects. 
I am offering this condensed IEW class, in one semester, to cover 4 of the key Units taught in IEW. This class is perfect for anyone familiar with IEW wanting to brush up, new writers just beginning their writing journey or writers who need more practice. I have been actively teaching IEW in a classroom of 9-16 students for 6 years. It is my mission to make writing interactive and fun for my students. In addition, I have walked all 3 of my own kids through this program. I know how to use this program to guide the writer with "too many words" and encourage the writer with "not enough words."
Each week there will be a writing assignment. It is strongly encouraged that students complete all of the assignments. 
Any necessary handout will be emailed for printing before the first class.
Students are welcome and encouraged to turn in their papers for feedback. IEW utilized a checklist method for clearly communicating what is expected for each paper. Students will be encouraged to follow the checklist. I will review papers and provide positive constructive feedback but will not award letter or percentage grades. The focus of the class in writing and the writing structure and style. I will not correct spelling and in-depth punctuation. However basic quality spelling and punctuation usage is expected but perfection is not required.
50 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.


Paige Bombacie - IEW Registered Instructor
Lives in the United States
Passionate about Individualized and Integrative Learning
120 total reviews
132 completed classes

About Me

People, especially kids are my passion. My goal is to cultivate a love and lifestyle of learning in my students. I have a B.A. from the University of Washington with an emphasis in Early Childhood Education. For over 10 years I have been tutoring... 
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