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Course Registration No. ENG-106

COURSE OVERVIEW


Designed as part of U.S. Studies I.  This is the first semester of a two semester course plan studying U.S. History-Based Writing Lessons, 2017 Edition.  Be sure your student internalizes the checklist before the end of this course. (If your student has already completed U.S. History-Based Writing Lessons or is studying World or European History, use Medieval History-Based Writing Lessons instead.)
       This course is a survey of written composition, teaching a broad variety of college preparatory writing formats, and easy-to-use, step-by-step stylistic and organizational techniques.  Written for Grades 4 through 10, it is very teachable!   The most important aspects of this program are (1) memorizing the per-assignment checklist (do oral quizzing--often) and (2) requiring the student to consistently use the techniques in that checklist for any and all written composition--forever!
       Composition, being one of the core independent learning skills, needs close attention by the teaching-parent: spend quality time here with your student.  Enjoy!

 

COURSE ACCESS

 

BOOKS AND MATERIALS


U.S. History-Based Writing Lessons Vol. 1, 2017 EDITION, Teacher and Student Set

  • Author: Lori Verstegen
  • Publisher/Copyright: : Institute for Excellence in Writing, 2017. Print.
  • ISBN: 1623411971        978-1623412678
  • Supplier: Rainbow Resource

 

 

STAA Study Guide

  • Author: St. Thomas Aquinas Academy
  • Publisher/Copyright: Reno: St. Thomas Aquinas Academy, 2017. Print.
  • ISBN:        
  • Supplier: Lulu.com

Detailed weekly plans, assignment details, and grading support for the high school courses can be found in the STAA Study Guides. Each high school student will need two study guides, one for each semester of the academic year. Individual course plan booklets may be purchased for students that are not following the general cycle sequence of the St. Thomas Aquinas Academy high school program. Match the historical cycle, the science cycle, and the track levels to your student's registered courses. Direct links for ordering the study guides will be emailed to you after you submit the Course Registration forms.

 

 

 


 

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