Middle School Writing Class

A Writing & Language Arts Study based on Following Narnia: Writing Lessons in Structure and Style

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 31 lessons beckons students to experience the enchanted land of Narnia through structure and style. This Student Book gives reading assignments from the novels, source texts on related topics, checklists, assignments, wordlists, and more!

This course is designed for students both experienced and inexperienced with the IEW material. 



Middle School


Academic Year:



Required Resources:

IEW’s Following Narnia: Writing Lessons in Structure and Style ($29 online)

     NOTE: By purchasing this or any other book of theme-based writing lessons, you will automatically receive a complimentary copy of the Student Resource Notebook e-book with your order!

Fix-It! Grammar and Editing Made Easy with Classics ($30 online)

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


Suggested Resources:

The Magician’s Nephew by CS Lewis

The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe by CS Lewis

The Horse and His Boy by CS Lewis

(These can be purchased on Amazon for a fraction of the price in stores)


Cost Per Month:

$45 per student


Grading Fee (optional but strongly advised): 

$20 per month per family


Links to purchase the books:

Fix-It! http://www.excellenceinwriting.com/fix

Following Narnia http://www.excellenceinwriting.com/fn-s

 For more information on this, or any other Eagle School classes, email jherron@pccaeagles.org

(Classes located at the corner of Conway and Gatlin in Orlando, Fl)


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