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Mrs. Moffett & 4 Weeks of Writing (IEW) Research Report (12-14 Age)
This is a 4-week small group writing class which uses IEW curriculum. Students will learn to obtain information from a reference source and place it in an outline and then summarize from the outline. Age group 12-14.
Regina A. Moffett, MA
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Once per week
over 4 weeks
learners per class
per learner - per class
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Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
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Mrs. Moffett and 4 weeks of Writing (IEW) Research Report is a 4-week small group writing class. *This class is for the 12–14-year age range. Students will learn to obtain information from a reference source and place it in an outline and then summarize from the outline. This class will consist of the teacher demonstrating how to obtain information from a reference source and create an outline from the source information. Then the teacher will explain how to summarize the information in the...
This class is taught in English.
For learners to obtain facts from a reference source and place the facts in an outline. Teach the learner how to summarize facts from an outline. To introduce learners to the topic sentence and clincher sentence relationship. Teach learner the lay out of the introduction and concluding paragraph.
My experience with IEW expands over twenty-five years of teaching the curriculum in co-ops, my home, and privately to students. Above all, I have attended IEW seminars in person and online.
The student will be provided with the reference material which must be printed out and ready for class. Students will have weekly homework assignments which we will be discussed in class. Above all students are required to type final reports. Amount of time spent writing and rewriting the report will depend on the student. However, I estimate 2-4 hours a week working on a story.
Lined notebook paper Highlighters (two different colors) Ink pens (two different colors) Access to a word processing program. (Word or google docs)
The student will submit their typed assignments to the teacher one day before class by 5 pm CST each week by email. The teacher will review the assignment and provide oral or written feedback to the student. Late assignments will not be evaluated.
50 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
IEW curriculum - booklet will be emailed to student and must be printed out double sided.
Regina A. Moffett, MA
Homeschooling is a labor of love and I love what I do!
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
28 total reviews
44 completed classes
Hello, My name is Regina A. Moffett aka Mrs. Moffett and my homeschooling journey has ended with my two sons, however my passion for homeschooling is so enormous that I continue to teach in the homeschool community. My motto is “homeschooling is...