In this year-long 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 unique 12–25 hour curriculum involves students grades 3–8 in real-world business practices: recognizing opportunities, record keeping, marketing, merchandising, and writing your very own business plan and implementing it!
Why do certain literary works have the power to move us? 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.
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Classroom teachers: A Student Book must be purchased for each teacher and participating student.
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