IEW Writing Course: Medieval History (Semester 2, Part 1 of 4)
This class covers IEW's Unit 6--Summarizing Multiple References--and is an introduction to basic research skills.
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It is strongly encouraged to have taken Semester 1 of this course, or to have previous IEW experience. This class covers Unit 6 of the Structure and Style method from the Institute for Excellence in Writing (IEW). Students MUST own a copy of Medieval History-Based Writing Lessons Student Workbook. https://iew.com/shop/products/medieval-history-based-writing-lessons-student-book-only This unit teaches students how to take notes from multiple sources, create fused outlines, and write 1-2...
I am accredited as a registered instructor for the IEW program and have had years of experience teaching it in small group classrooms.
Each week there will be some pages in the workbook to complete, as well as paragraphs to write and edit using the checklists provided in the book. If these stories are uploaded to the classroom, I will provide written feedback.
IEW's Medieval History-Based Writing Book is a required resource for this course, and I expect students to come to class with pencil and paper for note-taking! https://iew.com/shop/products/medieval-history-based-writing-lessons-student-book-only Also, the kids will need 1-2 outside sources for the Week 4 assignment. Please be looking now for books, encyclopedia articles, or websites with information about King Richard. Generally sources at or below your child's reading level are best for this assignment.
I will provide written feedback on any assignments submitted to me. This feedback will be based solely on the skills learned in class. Parents should help proofread for spelling and punctuation. I will not be providing letter grades, but the checklists in the student workbook will assist you in grading your own child's work if you desire to do so.
55 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 2 - 4 hours per week outside of class.
Alison AlbertHomeschool Teacher, Private Tutor, and Lifelong Learner
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