**This class offers a discount for enrolling more than one student from the same family. Please use this listing to enroll your first student, but please use this listing to enroll subsequent students in the same family.**
Welcome to IEW Beginning Writing Continuation Course Live Class!
This is a writing course like no other for students who have been introduced to the Institute for Excellence in Writing program through a Level A course. In this online class, students will incorporate art and art history with IEW writing skills in this fun continuation class. Students will read and write about the famous artists from Greece through the Renaissance and will be given opportunities to practice the artwork of the respective artists.
This is an exclusive class that is taught nowhere else!
Institute for Excellence in Writing (IEW)
Focus of this writing class will be the award-winning Institute for Excellence in Writing’s methodology of writing with structure and style, focusing on not plagiarizing while outlining and creating organized and well-written paragraphs.
Who Should Take This Course?
This is an IEW Level A CONTINUATION COURSE, which means that it is the second step for students who have completed the Level A Beginning Writing program. Students in this course will be prepared for the Level B/Intermediate Class that is to follow during their next school year.
What is included?
Cost includes weekly lessons on the IEW units (Units 1-6), vocabulary/grammar lessons and games, and editing of papers if submitted to instructor by requested due date. Each student receives personalized feedback on written work. It is not required that students submit writing papers, but it is highly encouraged.
Scope & Sequence
- Lesson 1 IEW Unit I – Key World Outlines
- Lesson 2 IEW Unit II – Writing from Key Word Outlines
- Lesson 3 IEW Unit II – Writing from Key Word Outlines
- Lesson 4 IEW Unit II – Writing from Key Word Outlines
- Lesson 5 IEW Unit III – Narrative Stories
- Lesson 6 IEW Unit III – Narrative Stories
- Lesson 7 IEW Unit III – Narrative Stories
- Lesson 8 IEW Unit IV – Summarizing References
- Lesson 9 IEW Unit IV – Summarizing References
- Lesson 10 IEW Unit IV – Summarizing References
- Lesson 11 IEW Unit IV – Summarizing References/3-Paragraph Report
This Fall class is Semester 1 only. Winter/Spring is a separate semester (Semester 2) and will complete the entire course.
This class begins on August 26, 2019, and runs weekly on Monday at 2:00 p.m. Central Time through November 4, 2019.
IEW‘s method of learning to write works wonderfully! Learn more about this IEW by watching this 6-minute video.
Pre-requisites for Class: Students who attend this class must have completed a Level A IEW course.
Supplies Needed for this Class: a 1 1/2″ or 2″ binder, thesaurus, pens, highlighters, 3″ X 5″ index cards, and a file box to store the cards.
Textbook/Workbooks Needed for this Class:
- Textbook for this class will be provided by the instructor and is included in the enrollment fee. There will be a $10 cancellation fee to account for the textbook.
- Optional but recommended text: Discovering Great Artists by MaryAnn F. Kohl & Kim Solga.
This class is subject to our Withdrawal and Refund Policy. There will be a $10 cancellation fee to account for the textbook.
Live and Hybrid Class Withdrawal/Refund Policy
(Applies only to classes of more than 4 sessions/weeks.)
- Withdrawal before 2nd session: Full refund of class fee
- Withdrawal after 2nd session, but before 3rd session: Refund of 2/3rds class fee
- Withdrawal after 3rd session, but before 4th session: Refund of 1/3rd class fee
- Withdrawal after 4th session: No refund*
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About Mrs. Ginny Lennon
Mrs. L. is a mother of four home-schooled children (two have graduated) and is a certified Institute for Excellence in Writing instructor. Mrs. L. has taught IEW in both traditional and online classes for over fifteen years and enjoys watching the students improve in their writing skills. As a retired Navy family, Mrs. L. and her family homeschool on the East Coast after twenty years of learning around the world. In her free time, Mrs. L. enjoys crocheting, exercising, cooking, reading, and RVing.