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IEW® Fictional Writing (Experienced IEW Students)
Not Another Book Report! Essay Writing, English, Lang. Arts, Homeschool Friendly
In this one day class you will explore IEW unit 9 writing a formal critique of a short story. This class will teach the learner to critique a story rather than write a basic report on a story.
Regina A. Moffett, MA
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In this one day class you will explore IEW unit 9 writing a formal critique of a short story. This class will teach the learner to critique a story rather than write a basic report on a story. IEW will provide the techniques for a successful critique of a book, magazine article, movie, or short story. The teacher will: Discuss the difference between a book report and a formal ritique Discuss the layout of a formal critique Discuss the story sequence model Discuss vocabulary for a formal...
The learner wil: Learn the difference between a formal critique and book report Learn the format of a formal critique Learn how to create a story sequence outline Learn vocabulary which works well in a formal critique Learn how to write a formal critique Review and discuss a pre-written formal critique
IEW Accredited Instructor MA in Communication & Training with a concentration in Instructional Design Former homeschool mom. Twenty five plus years working in the homeschool community.
No homework is required. However, if the learner would like to create a formal critique on a book or story read, they are encouraged to do so. Learners have three days to complete the assignment and email back to the teacher for review.
Lined note book paper two different color ink pens
50 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
Regina A. Moffett, MA
Homeschooling is a labor of love and I love what I do!
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
29 total reviews
49 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...