Follow the course of U.S. history from Explorers to Modern Times while learning to write with structure and style.
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While writing about U.S. history topics from Explorers to Modern Times, students will develop advanced writing skills such as thesis statements, MLA format, persuasive essays, research papers, and more.
This Student Book contains assignments, instructions, engaging source texts, blank outlines, checklists, sample compositions, and clever vocabulary cards.
These lessons are designed to be used by an instructor who has been through the Teaching Writing: Structure and Style seminar, either live or on DVD.
Perfect for homeschoolers, homeschool co-ops, tutors, and hybrid schools, this theme-based writing curriculum supports parents and teachers in teaching writing to high school students with prior experience in IEW. Advanced students may do U.S. History-Based Writing Lessons and Advanced U. S. History-Based Writing Lessons in one school year, if desired.
Suggested activities in Janice Campbell's Excellence in Literature: American Literature are optional.
Note: The Student Resource Notebook is a necessary component of this course. This supplemental resource is included with your purchase as an e-book for you to download and print, or you may purchase it printed and spiral bound here. (If you did not place your order online through our website, please check the copyright page for download information.)
To purchase this Student Book together with the accompanying Teacher's Manual, click here.
Advanced U.S. History-Based Writing Lessons (Student Book only)
First Edition, May 2015
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