Institute for Excellence in Writing Level B
Coordinated with Connecting with History Volume 2
Following Connecting with History, Volume 2, this writing class is the next step for students who have just completed the Connecting with History Beginner Level course through RC History or any Level A Institute for Excellence in Writing course. This class will teach structure and style of effective writing.
Taught by a certified IEW instructor with over fifteen years of experience, the class will use source texts from the CWH program to learn the foundational skills of the IEW program, thereby reinforcing the history material studied throughout the school year.
This school year’s lessons will lead up to students learning how to write five-paragraph essays, which is the structure of most writing in high school and beyond. Vocabulary and grammar are built into the lessons as a natural method of learning through writing. This class is the first semester of a two-semester course (24 weeks) where the teacher works in tandem with the homeschool parent. Personalized feedback will be provided for the weekly assignments. Weekly classes include review, lessons, vocabulary, grammar, and constant encouragement. Writing has never been so fun!
What: IEW Level B Writing Class - Fall Semester, 2020
When: Wednesdays @ 11:30 a.m. (Central)
These live classes begin the week of August 31.
Who: Recommended for Logic level students
Meet the Teacher
SCOPE & SEQUENCE
CWH Volume 2
IEW Writing Program
Week #1 REVIEW: Key Word Outlines, Structure, & Dress-Ups
Week #2 IEW Unit 3: Narrative Writing
Week #3 Narrative Writing
Week #4 IEW Unit 4: Summarizing References
Week #5 Summarizing References
Week #6 Summarizing References w/ Intro Statement & Final Clincher
Week #7 IEW Unit 5: Writing from Pictures
Week #8 Writing from Pictures
Week #9 IEW Unit 6: Multiple Source Research/Fused Outlines
Week #10 Multiple Source Research/Fused Outlines
Week #11 Multiple Source Research w/ Fused Outlines
This class will continue in January, and you'll need
Note: The Volume Two Companion Reader is the main source text for this course. Writing lessons may not necessarily follow your family's history schedule.