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IEW Virtual Writing Classes IEW writing classes offered online

We do not recommend IEW’s Online Classes for students younger than nine years old.

Exercises will incorporate the use of context clues, the study of roots, prefixes, suffixes, synonyms and antonyms, reading comprehension, and writing. 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.

There’s no deadlines or additional classwork required. Simply follow the DVD lesson plans for the school year, and I will handle the editing. These uniquely designed writing classes teach the Institute for Excellence in Writing Structure and Style™ method coordinated with Connecting with History.

Students who sign up for the Medieval History-themed classes are committing to two semesters, fall and spring. Please contact me with any questions at , or to register for any classes. Upon completion of the CHI application, additional instructions will be provided to complete enrollment at SEU. Students will have increased their vocabulary by using new words in context. Students will write a 5 paragraph essay on the topic of their choice. Including introduction, conclusion and 3 topics.

Students will log into online class portal for weekly assignments. Recorded, self-pace classes allow students the luxury to pause and review a session as needed. The cost of the class is $78 per 6-week session, plus a one-time $15 supply fee due with the payment for this session.

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 course is perfect for upper elementary students who are taking their first leap into writing. IEW’s Structure and Style engages the student while providing a solid foundation of techniques that can be integrated into many types of essays.

You don’t have to go at a certain pace through history curriculum for it all to flow and make sense. The class uses sections of the main history book for powerlifter body vs bodybuilder body assignments. It is nice that she is learning more about her Catholic faith and writing skills. We will be enrolling more of our children in the future.

In this class, students will practice IEW-style writing (based on Andrew Pudewa’s Institute for Excellence in Writing program) using medieval history-based writing lessons. This is a great class for students who have some IEW experience and want to continue reviewing and practicing writing from a source, and using key word outlines, dress ups, and openers. The text sources in this class are medieval history-based, so students will learn some history and vocabulary, while focusing on becoming skilled and confident independent writers. Knights, Vikings, kings, and famous men of the Middle Ages come to life as students learn to write with structure and style. This year-long course offers writing topics that explore Medieval history from the Anglo-Saxons to the Renaissance, from chivalrous knights to Genghis Khan.