Teaching the Classics Syllabus Notebook

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Item #: 035999
ISBN: 9780998322919
Grade: Adult

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Publisher: Institute for Excellence in Writing

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Need a good literature guide for homeschool co-op that focuses on socratic style learning.
Jacqueline O on Feb 10, 2018
Class facilitator is using this book.
Jeni W on Aug 28, 2017
Need a good literature guide for homeschool co-op that focuses on socratic style learning.
Jacqueline O on Feb 10, 2018
If you are watching Teaching the Classics with your kids, which is what I did and I highly recommend doing so for older students, you do not need an extra Syllabus Notebook.
Daniel H on Dec 21, 2017
Class facilitator is using this book.
Jeni W on Aug 28, 2017
I love the IEW materials for my high school classes!
Suzanne L on Aug 30, 2016
Heard about the program through the Read Aloud Revival podcast.
Steven E on Aug 26, 2016
Required for a lit class
Paula F on Aug 8, 2016
For a book study.
Anna Lissa M on Aug 7, 2016
Teacher training during pre-planning. Came recommended by a veteran homeschool parent.
Alan M on Jul 31, 2016
If you are watching Teaching the Classics with your kids, which is what I did and I highly recommend doing so for older students, you do not need an extra Syllabus Notebook.
Daniel H on Dec 21, 2017
I love the IEW materials for my high school classes!
Suzanne L on Aug 30, 2016
Would this be too much to do alongside of SWI Level C?
A shopper on Apr 1, 2017
BEST ANSWER: We have now used this curriculum for the third time with 6th / 7the grade children in a small co-op.
Each time, we have used it immediately following the completion of IEW level B ( continuation) writing. Because teaching the Classics assumes the reader is confident with metaphors, allusions, etc. it ends up being a nice conclusion to the end of the English/ Literature for the school year.
I do not know your students strengths or how you organize your Language Arts Curriculum. My children had their plate full doing the IEW writing along with the historical novels I assigned for social studies. I believe this could be done side by side because it is not very demanding although I believe the lessons taught have been better retained by my children by presenting Teaching the Classics as an independent curriculum.
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    Browse 2 questions Browse 2 questions and 12 answers
    Why did you choose this?
    Rainbow Resource Center Store
    Need a good literature guide for homeschool co-op that focuses on socratic style learning.
    Jacqueline O on Feb 10, 2018
    Class facilitator is using this book.
    Jeni W on Aug 28, 2017
    Need a good literature guide for homeschool co-op that focuses on socratic style learning.
    Jacqueline O on Feb 10, 2018
    If you are watching Teaching the Classics with your kids, which is what I did and I highly recommend doing so for older students, you do not need an extra Syllabus Notebook.
    Daniel H on Dec 21, 2017
    Class facilitator is using this book.
    Jeni W on Aug 28, 2017
    I love the IEW materials for my high school classes!
    Suzanne L on Aug 30, 2016
    Heard about the program through the Read Aloud Revival podcast.
    Steven E on Aug 26, 2016
    Required for a lit class
    Paula F on Aug 8, 2016
    For a book study.
    Anna Lissa M on Aug 7, 2016
    Teacher training during pre-planning. Came recommended by a veteran homeschool parent.
    Alan M on Jul 31, 2016
    If you are watching Teaching the Classics with your kids, which is what I did and I highly recommend doing so for older students, you do not need an extra Syllabus Notebook.
    Daniel H on Dec 21, 2017
    I love the IEW materials for my high school classes!
    Suzanne L on Aug 30, 2016
    Would this be too much to do alongside of SWI Level C?
    A shopper on Apr 1, 2017
    BEST ANSWER: We have now used this curriculum for the third time with 6th / 7the grade children in a small co-op.
    Each time, we have used it immediately following the completion of IEW level B ( continuation) writing. Because teaching the Classics assumes the reader is confident with metaphors, allusions, etc. it ends up being a nice conclusion to the end of the English/ Literature for the school year.
    I do not know your students strengths or how you organize your Language Arts Curriculum. My children had their plate full doing the IEW writing along with the historical novels I assigned for social studies. I believe this could be done side by side because it is not very demanding although I believe the lessons taught have been better retained by my children by presenting Teaching the Classics as an independent curriculum.
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