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Intermediate Language Lessons, Volume 4

Join us as we explore this fun revision of one of Dicken’s classic books.  This literature study will cover A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens.

This course will be a 6 week live role play adventure class, and the book we will be using is as follows:
A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens, illustrated by Brett Helquist – This version for 1st through 6th grade


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Join us as we explore this fun revision of one of Dicken’s classic books.  This literature study will cover A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens.

This course will be a 6 week live role play adventure class, and the book we will be using is as follows:
A Christmas Carol, Dover Thrift Edition – This version for 7th grade and up


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Intermediate Language Lessons, Volume 4

Ingenious! Students hunt for and correct errors in daily passages that cumulatively tell a story. Fix It! encourages students to immediately apply new grammar knowledge in context, aiding in the transfer of grammar skills into their own writing.

Because every book in Fix It! Grammar is foundational to the book IEW’s recommendation is that all students begin with the first book: The Nose Tree. Each book includes advanced concepts, so even if your student knows much of the material, you can still begin with the first book and plan to move through it at a faster pace while adding the advanced concepts as he is ready for them. However, if you think your student has already mastered some of the concepts, use the IEW placement test below to determine where to start

Textbook Required: Fix It! Grammar: Fix it! Grammar: The Nose Tree (Teacher's Manual Book 1)
                                                                 Fix It! Grammar: The Nose Tree (Student Book 1)

Ingenious! Students hunt for and correct errors in daily passages that cumulatively tell a story. Fix It! encourages students to immediately apply new grammar knowledge in context, aiding in the transfer of grammar skills into their own writing.

Because every book in Fix It! Grammar is foundational to the book IEW’s recommendation is that all students begin with the first book: The Nose Tree. Each book includes advanced concepts, so even if your student knows much of the material, you can still begin with the first book and plan to move through it at a faster pace while adding the advanced concepts as he is ready for them. However, if you think your student has already mastered some of the concepts, use the IEW placement test below to determine where to start

Textbook Required: Fix It! Grammar: Robin Hood (Teachers Manual 2)
                                    Fix It! Grammar: Robin Hood (Student Book 2)

Humorous characters, cunning creatures, and meritorious men of history will captivate 3rd–5th graders as they learn to write with structure and style.  Moving through Units 1–7, students will take notes, summarize narrative stories, write from pictures, put together a mini research report, and compose creative essays. This class is ideal for students new to IEW in 3rd-5th grade.

Textbook Required:  All Things Fun and Fascinating - Writing Lessons in Structure and Style (student book only)

In this yearlong course students will write about six major ancient civilizations—Sumer, Egypt, Israel, Babylon, Greece, and Rome—while working progressively through the nine IEW units and a variety of stylistic techniques. This class can be a level A or B. Students that took Fables Myths and Fairytales should be prepared for this class. If your student found Fables difficult they might want to take All Things Fun and Fascinating. New IEW students in grades 4-7 will also do well in this class. Students should be reading at a minimum of a fourth grade level.

Textbook Required: Ancient History Based Writing Lessons (Student book only)

Civilizations, events, and major figures of the Middle Ages come to life as students write using IEW’s stylistic techniques and the nine structural units. These 31 lessons acquaint young learners with Charlemagne, the Vikings, knighthood, geniuses of the Renaissance, and more! Students that were in the Ancient History Based Writing class will be prepared to dive into Medieval History. This level B class is also appropriate for students new to IEW in 5th- 9th grade. Students should be reading at a 5th grade level or higher.

Textbook Required: Medieval History based Writing Lessons (student book only)

This course is not the same as the Advanced US History book that we used for high school last year.  Covering the nine IEW units, this course develops composition, grammar, and vocabulary skills while students write about American history from the Explorers to the Gold Rush. Although this is a level B class, it is at a higher level than the Medieval History. It also contains some literature selections that may be used for analysis.

Textbook Required: US History Based Writing Volume 1: Explorers - Gold Rush (student book only)

Intermediate Language Lessons, Volume 4

This course uses the Shakespeare play, Macbeth.

This course requires the book, Beautiful Shakespeare Stories for Children.

This course requires the Burgess Animal Book for Children.

Intermediate Language Lessons, Volume 4

Primary Language Lessons Part 4

This class has been adapted from a live class to be Self-Paced.  

This is a live, role play literature class using the books The Time Machine and War of the Worlds.

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