Eagle School Elementary Writing 1st-3rd Grade

God is in the Details…

A Writing & Language Arts Study based on Bible Heroes

Our God is the author of communication and a master story teller! Through award-winning curriculum from the Institute for Excellence in Writing, students will get to know the heroes of the Bible while learning to write with structure and style. IEW’s newest theme-based writing instruction for early elementary students uses timeless tales from the Bible to capture student imaginations and provide rich writing content.

The interdisciplinary lessons allow students to improve the strength and depth of their writing with supplemental exposure to both history and faith-based concepts.. This combination is excellent for broadening subject knowledge while studying the art of writing! Students will learn how to take notes, make outlines, summarize narratives and references, write from pictures, and compose their own inspirational stories.

This course will also include vocabulary study, grammar reinforcement, public speaking, and critical thinking. The year will conclude with each student “publishing” their own faith-based story as a hardback book!

Age:

Grades 1-3

Academic Year:

2013-2014

Required Resources:

IEW’s Bible Heroes: Writing Lessons in Structure & Style

NOTE: Purchase includes downloadable Student Resource Notebook

Scholastic’s Instant Grammar Practice Kids Will Love!  Grades 2-3

IlluStory Christian Edition Book Kit

3-ring Binder with lined paper, page protectors and dividers

Materials Fee:

$30 per student

Includes worksheets, handouts, and activities from various additional resources

Class Fee:

$35 per month

Grading Fee (optional):

$15 per month

For more information on this an other classes, email Jaime at:

jherron@pccaeagles.org

 

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3 thoughts on “Eagle School Elementary Writing 1st-3rd Grade

  1. Should paragraph two say:

    The interdisciplinary lessons allow students to improve the strength and depth of their writing with supplemental exposure to both history and faith-based concepts.

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