Illuminating Literature: When Worlds Collide Student Text

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Item #: 001057
ISBN: 9781484035986
Grades: 9-12

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Publisher: Writing with Sharon Watson

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Great Packaged High School Literature
Affordable Packaged Program for High School Student - Based on Books that Teens Will Enjoy Reading
October 12, 2016
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The student text is written directly to the student in a very engaging, humorous way. I like how frank Mrs. Watson is in telling students they might not like a book, but then she goes on to tell why it's worthwhile to read the book anyway.
Krista H on May 20, 2019
We decided to use this curriculum this year for my daughter that loves to read but doesn't enjoy "english" and thought this would be a great mix of both while hiding it within her just reading lol.
Kayla A on Aug 11, 2017
The student text is written directly to the student in a very engaging, humorous way. I like how frank Mrs. Watson is in telling students they might not like a book, but then she goes on to tell why it's worthwhile to read the book anyway.
Krista H on May 20, 2019
requirement
Leslie S on Nov 28, 2018
We decided to use this curriculum this year for my daughter that loves to read but doesn't enjoy "english" and thought this would be a great mix of both while hiding it within her just reading lol.
Kayla A on Aug 11, 2017
Christian homeschool coop uses this book and recommended your site. Thanks!
Catherine S on Aug 11, 2017
Looks like it will admirably meet all our Language Arts goals and has a Christian perspective! Actually interesting to me, and I believe it will be interesting for my children--I want them to enjoy this important subject. Rated well by Cathy Duffy reviews.Ordered this for second semester before high school starts next year for my oldest to cover literary devices thoroughly before literature.
User on Nov 11, 2016
We needed it for a homeschool literature class
Elisa G on Sep 6, 2016
See response to Illuminating Literature: Teachers Guide.
Claudia E on Aug 12, 2016
Jump In was a success with my reluctant writer. She's a voracious reader but has not enjoyed having to analyze literature. Based on our experience with this author's writing curriculum I ordered his for 9th grade English.
User on Aug 8, 2016
We completed the author's middle school and high school writing books and liked her teaching style and simple lesson plans. The material was clearly explained with helpful writing examples. I thought I'd give this book a try since the sample seems to demonstrate a similar teaching style with good literature selection, too.
Alicia M on Apr 18, 2016
I tried out the sample of this Text with my 10th grader & found it very thorough and yet easy to use. She enjoyed it and I felt she learned a lot with it, and it was straighforward and easy for me to facilitate. We are also going to try out her fiction writing course for next year. The author also has free online "I Read It" quizzes that are quick and easy checks for the student and I didn't have to grade them! A plus for a busy HS'ing mom!
Heather C on Apr 8, 2016
better fit for my non-fiction writer
Heather R on Jan 26, 2016
requirement
Leslie S on Nov 28, 2018
Christian homeschool coop uses this book and recommended your site. Thanks!
Catherine S on Aug 11, 2017
Which course should be completed first, this one or Characters in Crisis?
User on Feb 27, 2018
Illuminating Literature: When Worlds Collide Student Text
Illuminating Literature: When Worlds Collide Student Text
Illuminating Lit: Characters in Crisis Teacher Guide
Illuminating Lit: Characters in Crisis Teacher Guide
BEST ANSWER: According to my research, Characters in Crisis is the second part of the series. However, the author states that you can either one first. When I used" When World's Collide", this other curriculum was not available. You may want to look at the books to be read in each one and see if either set is more of what you are looking for (or perhaps a better fit for the student).
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