Narnia 1 – 1st Period Wednesday (6th-7th)
$350.00 – $400.00
Using the first three novels of The Chronicles of Narnia® (The Magician’s Nephew, The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, and The Horse and His Boy), this series of 30 lessons (with two bonus lessons) beckons students to experience the enchanted land of Narnia through the Structure and Style® writing method.
The Student Book gives reading assignments from the novels, source texts on related topics, checklists, assignments, wordlists, and more! (The Teacher’s Manual is an optional component of the course. It guides the teacher/parent through each lesson with in-depth explanations, tips for teaching, checklists, and other notes that will ensure that you and your students are successful with Following Narnia.)
In this course students will use the IEW writing method to take notes and create simple outlines, summarize narrative stories, construct a mini research report and compose creative essays. The class will use IEW Following Narnia, Volume 1.This approach to learning to write provides the structure that students need in order to develop confidence in the writing process. Additionally, stylistic techniques (strong verbs, quality adjectives, use of adverbial clauses, sentence openers, etc.) will be taught incrementally to move students from the basics to more sophisticated writing.
This class will also have a Grammar Review and Vocabulary Development component
Arrow Program: Arrow Academics
Class Day: Wednesday
Curriculum: IEW Following Narnia, Volume 1
Prerequisites: Attend 1 parent equipping before school begins
Expectations: 2-3 Hours per Week
Supply Fee: None
The Following Narnia Vol.1 Writing Program is designed to be taught in either 24 or 30 instructional meetings. For those classes that meet only 24 times per year (Arrow Primer), students will cover the first two Narnia Books and Units 1-8 of the IEW Teaching Writing with Structure and Style (TWSS) Syllabus. Students who register for the full 30-week instructional program (Arrow Academics), will complete all three Narnia books and all nine units of the TWSS Syllabus, plus a bonus unit on Responding to Literature through analytical writing about character, symbolism, and theme.