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Writing IEW - Following Narnia: Volume 2 - Aslan's Country

Students will learn advanced writing skills with IEW's Structure and Style Method while exploring the enchanted land of Narnia.  The course will begin with a review of the basic IEW style techniques.  As the year progresses, students will add new techniques to their writing toolboxes, such as similies, metaphors, alliteration, dual modifiers, noun clauses, and others.  They will also learn to consistently use transitional words and phrases to tie their thoughts together smoothly.  As we move through the last four novels in the Chronicle of Narnia Series, students will learn to identify the literary devices used by C.S. Lewis in the Narnia books.  He was a master in this regard, and his vivid use of language can inspire students to try such devices in their writing.  Vocabulary Study will be an essential part of the course as well.

Note: Sixth- grade students who have taken Following Narnia Level 1 or another Level B IEW course may register with teacher approval. Seventh-Ninth grade students without previous IEW training will need teacher approval to register.

Starting Date: 
Tue, 2021-08-24
9:00 am - 10:00 am
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Non-Refundable, One Time Fee

Bridget Williams holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Education from Lamar University in Beaumont, Texas. She is certified in K-8 Education with additional endorsements in Gifted and Talented Education, Early Childhood/Exceptional Children and Special Education (K-12). Bridget has ten plus years of classroom teaching experience in both public and private schools plus 21 years of homeschooling. During her years of schooling her own children, she also taught a variety of homeschool classes in the community. Bridget loves to read and appreciates great literary works, especially classic literature for children and young adults. She has a passion for teaching and particularly enjoys teaching classes in the Language Arts. She hopes to ignite a love for reading in her students and inspire them to read great literature and to become confident writers.