Enhanced Creative Writing with Structure and Style is an ideal 17 Chapter complement to any of the Student Writing Intensives, Continuation Courses and Canada Writing Series teaching the Excellence in Writing program. It is the supplement Dr. J.B. Webster had designed to add greater creative depth to the Structure and Style program for his more advanced students.
Covered in Detail are: Flashbacks, Dialogue, The Five Senses, The Five W's, Similes and Metaphors, Alliteration, Allusion, Poetry, Allegory and Foreshadowing.
The Guidebook by Dr. J.B. Webster and Bryan Rempel M.A.
This handy coil-bound reference guidebook is uniquely designed to give you quick access to the variety of essay models taught in the Excellent Essays course from Webster's Academy. It is not a comprehensive course in itself, but a refreshing reminder to those who have taken the course, of the essay models they will likely need in their later high school and college careers.
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How to Write Excellent Essays in 7 Easy Steps is a downloadable combination course of Bryan Rempel's A+DVANCE Essay Writing Formula and the co-authored Excellent Essays course with Dr. Webster's models for Essay Writing.
Eight hours of video instruction takes the student through in-depth teaching of a variety of essay models including the basic essay, the extended essay, the argumentative essay, two variations of the persuasive essay and the expository essay. Some further instruction on diploma, SAT and personal essays is also included in this course, along with the original booklet featuring condensed pages for quick review of each essay model.
This course is designed for high school students as well as those preparing for college and university.
Containing word lists organized by character qualities and behavior traits, A Word Write Now is further divided by parts of speech to assist younger students.
Quotations from classic literature give contextual meaning; new appendices offer teaching tips and games. For more advanced learners, sections on literary genres and devices have been added. Useful for writing across the curriculum, full color, 100 pages for teachers & students.
This 3-DVD set is primarily for upper high school and college-level students and teachers, but is also applicable for professionals who wish to hone their communication and information processing skills. These disks teach pupils persuasive writing and speaking skills, advanced note taking and powerful tips for planning and writing a college level paper. Includes a CD Rom with student materials.
This DVD course with accompanying handouts provides immediate experience and inside tips toward high school essay writing, including text analysis, response-to-literature prompts, and the college application personal essay.
With content updated in 2016 for SAT®, ACT®, and techniques for writing a college application, this seminar also offers tools and tips for general composition skills.
Now in its third edition, The Elegant Essay walks students through the entire essay-building process. The student book includes instruction, practice exercises, modeling, and grade sheets. The separate teacher’s manual provides a sample schedule, grading helps, and lesson-by-lesson instructions regarding how to teach the material and includes sample models and answers. After practicing the elements of an essay, students apply all they have learned by completing two essay assignments: a descriptive and a persuasive essay. With clear explanations and practice exercises, The Elegant Essay is an excellent extension and refinement of IEW Unit 8. Consumable.
Twenty-page paper? No problem! Moving students beyond basic essay writing, this course teaches students to conduct research, manage note-taking, and craft a well organized paper. Perfect for completing high school and college-level term papers.
Writing Research Papers is appropriate for high school students.
Windows to the World: An Introduction to Literary Analysis
With step-by-step instructions, Windows to the World teaches high school level students how to analyze elements of literature: setting, plot, characterization, imagery, allusions, parallelism, and much more.
Youth can become powerful communicators when from adolescence they practice public speaking skills.
Targeting students in grades 6–12 and showing actual footage of students’ speeches, this fast-paced public speaking course is presented on four DVDs with a downloadable e-book containing reproducible handouts for “trainees” and lesson plans with evaluation forms for the parent/facilitator. Lesson plans provide for either a four-day intensive or an eleven-week course.
Creative Writing Guide for Story-Writing Workshops
This course grew out of a summer story club and out of multiple story-writing workshops that the author headed up over the years and is designed to be used either as a creative writing unit during the school year, or as a summer-school course or club. It could also be spread out over a whole school year by alternating it with your other language arts studies. This e-book is reproducible for all students in a family or enrolled in a small group or classroom. Includes a free download of the Pictures for Unit 5 e-book.
by Lee Roddy, author of Grizzly Adams and contributor to The Jesus Film
A natural extension of the IEW Unit 3 model for students in grades 6-12, this resource provides explanations and exercises for each stage of story construction; getting ideas, developing effective plots, creating realistic scenes and characterization. Ideal for students who want to write longer stories and for teachers seeking idea on how to teach original fiction writing.
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