Enjoy the advantages of a classroom in the comfort of your home! All classes are live and recorded for the students for reference. Enroll in English Composition I or II from a selected CHI University Partner using IEW as your textbook. Choose between one of our university partner tracks .
All Writing to Learn classes are taught using the method conceived in the 1930s by Mrs. Anna Ingham, a Canadian primary teacher. In the 1990s, Andrew Pudewa, an American teacher, attended one of Dr. Webster’s writing workshops, where he was captivated by the effective and sensible method. After returning to the workshop annually for several years, Mr. Pudewa received Dr. Webster’s permission to teach the method in the United States.
However, before you toss away all those papers, I hope you will save some of your children’s best work. Students will write a 5 paragraph essay on the topic of their choice. Including introduction, conclusion and 3 topics. In just 4 Session learn and master how to outline from a source and write a paper in your own words.
Using the power of Google & Mighty Network, one month hip thrust results utilize tools for learning that tap into the world of writing, where students learn in an exciting, engaging, and meaningful way. Each class has a portal where students can access all of the information, resources, and assignments for that class. Students will also use the portal to turn in their assignments, take quizzes, or communicate directly with the teacher.
Attendance is required, but we record the class in case your child is unable to attend. We incorporate God into our curriculum to help the students better understand the material. Utilizing the DVD program, your students will be taught by the master, Andrew Pudewa, this school year. There are twenty-four weekly lessons, but they can be completed at your student’s pace over the course of the school year.
I will provide all the necessary handouts. We offer a range of IEW writing and literature courses in locations around Ventura County, California. You can view descriptions of all of our courses on the Course Descriptions page. In order to see our current schedule of classes and to register, you must be logged in as a member of the site .
This is a great place to start an IEW journey and will be supplemented with stories, games, and activities. Knights, vikings, kings, and other famous figures of the Middle Ages come to life as students learn to write with structure and style. Experience the adventures of the ancient world! This theme-based writing curriculum exposes students to the ancient world through cultural literature and the study of famous places and events while they learn to write with Structure and Style. In this class, students will learn about early American history through close reading of short nonfiction articles about many of the most important moments in U.S. history. They will reflect and write about what they learn as they create an interactive social studies notebook.
Students today are native to technology – they were born into it, and they are growing up in a world where technology always has been and always will be a major part of their lives. They gravitate toward it, and they seem to have an innate sense of how to relate to technology. Understanding how our students relate to technology is a critical part of preparing them for the future. Students learn to use “dress ups” and “sentence openers,” specific stylistic techniques that add variety to sentence structure. The course begins with a brief review, so an older student with no IEW experience may easily catch on. You might want to check out the Institute for Excellence in Writing .
Three DVDs of sample student workshops at three different grade levels to help you with your first lesson. Students who sign up for the Fables, Myths, and Fairy Tales classes are committing to two semesters, fall and spring. Sign up to receive relevant and timely e-updates about IEW events and products.