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SWI Continuation Course C
by: Andrew Pudewa (IEW)
Our Price: $199.00
This ten-week course picks up right from where the SWI leaves off.
Students use their same notebook and charts and receive review as well
as abundant new instruction in models and techniques not previously
presented in the SWI. Along with the source material for each lesson,
student checklists and teacher grading sheets are provided. This
course assumes that the student has completed the corresponding
Student Writing Intensive.
New! Now the Continuation Course comes with Daily Lesson
Suggestions. If you purchased the SICC in the past, please feel free
to download these lessons. 36 weekly lessons per level.
The course comes in three age groups: A (Grade 4-6), B (Grade 6-8),
and C (Grade 8-10 & up). It covers areas such as dress-ups, story
sequence, editing, topic-clinchers, openers, homonyms, decorations,
essay introductions & conclusions, analyzing & imitating author's
styles, original stories, symbols in note-taking, word roots,
persuasive essays, and college applications.
Group C: Grades 8-10
- Note-taking and Writing from Key Word Outlines
- The Six Dress-Up Techniques & Six Sentence Openers
- Story Sequence
- Topic-Clincher Paragraph Rule
- Basic Essay Model
- Class One: Dress-Up & Opener review, Pictures (Unit V)
- Class Two: Word Roots, Adv. Style, Essay (Unit VIII), Bibliog.
- Class Three: Word Roots, Symbols in Note-Taking, Interview Tech.
- Class Four: Word Roots, Triple Ext., Expanded Essay (Unit VIII)
- Class Five: Analyzing & Imitating Authors' Styles
- Class Six: Persuasive Essay (Unit VIII), Quotations & Citations
- Class Seven: Super-Essay Model, Letters to Editor
- Class Eight: Super Essay, Quotation lead-ins, Clincher Starters
- Class Nine: Personal Essays for College Applications, review
- Class Ten: Common Goofs and Final Exam [Disc 9]
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