Experienced IEW Writers, Theme-Based Writing
Adam Muller, Ph.D.
Compose essays and arguments based on the Progymnasmata while learning to write with structure and style.
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Classical Rhetoric through Structure and Style teaches the student to compose essays and arguments based on the Progymnasmata, the most successful and enduring collection of rhetorical exercises in the Western tradition.
This approach to composition emphasizes the classical method of building up the student’s reasoning and articulation skills through a series of interrelated rhetorical exercises. Recommended for advanced high school students.
These lessons are designed to be used by an instructor who has been through the Teaching Writing: Structure & Style seminar, either live or on DVD.
By purchasing this or any other book of theme-based writing lessons, you will automatically receive a complimentary copy of the Student Resource Notebook e-book with your order! (Please check the copyright page for download information.)
Perfect for homeschoolers, homeschool co-ops, tutors, and hybrid schools, this theme-based writing curriculum supports parents and teachers in teaching writing to advanced high school students.
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Classical Rhetoric through Structure and Style
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