Beginning with the printing press, students learn about world discoveries and conquests, the Enlightenment, the French Revolution, and the engineering feats and key struggles of the early 20th century. Students develop composition skills and style for all nine writing models of our IEW Structure and Style Writing Method.

INTERACTIVE and ENGAGING. In real time I teach Excellence in Writing™ with direct writing instruction and literature discussion. Fix It Grammar instruction is included! 
          Two-tiered teaching for newbies and experienced IEW writers. 
          Live, interactive classes
          IEW’s Structure and Style writing
          Fix It Grammar instruction included! 
          Vocabulary is emphasized
          Personalized feedback and a grade on every assignment
          Nine novels read and discussed, matched to our assignments
          28 sessions, ninety minutes each 
          Classes are recorded
          Advanced option for 8th graders.
One English credit covers writing, grammar and editing, spelling, vocabulary, and literature—a complete course in one class! 

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Grades 6-8 (ages 11-13). Tuesdays 12:30-2:00 Eastern Time. Begins August 20, 2019. Class is full. Sign up for the wait list; use the enrollment form. Sign up for U.S. History Writing in April 1!  

World History-Based Student Book
Fix It Grammar Book 2 Robin Hood (Optional: Student Book 2)
Amos Fortune, Free Man
Who was Galileo? 
Who was Isaac Newton? 
In the Reign of Terror or The Lacemaker and the Princess
Lord of the Nutcracker Men
The Endless Steppe: Growing up in Siberia
Number the Stars
Who was Ronald Reagan? 
The Giver


TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS. Each student needs to have his or her own computer with high speed connection and personal headset with built in microphone.  It is important each student has a working web cam, too, for group discussion time and when giving answers or presenting speeches. 

MENTORED LEARNING. Let IEW Certified Instructor Cathy Flowers assist you in your homeschooling journey. With live, interactive sessions, students receive consistent weekly tutoring, book discussions to develop literary analysis, regular writing and grammar instruction, and personalized feedback with a grade on all assignments. Classes are designed to build oral and written communication skills in speech and composition.