Category: Experienced IEW Writers, Theme-Based Writing
Author(s): Lori Verstegen
Discover the wonders of the ancient world while learning to write with structure and style.
Discover and be amazed at the wonders of the ancient world while learning to write with structure and style!
This edition of Ancient History-Based Writing Lessons offers writing topics that explore the civilizations of Sumer, Egypt, Israel, Babylon, Greece, Rome, Asia Minor, and Asia—the people’s ideas, traditions, systems of government, feats, and wonderful skills. IEW’s structural units 1–9 are taught in order; elements of style are introduced gradually. A set of creatively illustrated vocabulary cards is included. The words, chosen to work easily in the writing assignments, expand students’ vocabularies and add sophistication to their compositions. Acquiring facts about the ancient world while learning to write well has never been so enjoyable!
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 elementary and middle school students (grades 4–7).
Note: The Student Resource Packet 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 with a binder here. (If you did not place your order online through our website, please check the copyright page for download information.)
Ancient History-Based Writing Lessons (Student Book only)
- Level A (3-8)
- Level B (6-8)
- Specail Needs
- English Language Learners
Edition/Printing: Fifth Edition, January 2018
Copyright Date: 2008, 2014, 2018
Specifications: 298 pages
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