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Economics-Based Writing Lessons
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Reading and then writing about economics, 6th–12th grade students will gain insight into economic principles, business practices, and entrepreneurialism. These 23 writing lessons, presented at beginner, intermediate, and advanced levels, cover theory as well as fascinating U.S. and international scenarios. Students will work their way through all nine structural models of the Excellence in Writing Syllabus. All teacher and student materials are provided in one great book! Parent/teacher prerequisite: familiarity with Teaching Writing: Structure and Style DVD or live seminar.
Review by Andrew Pudewa:
Economics-Based Writing Lessons is the newest addition to our collection of lesson plans designed to support teachers using the Structure & Style syllabus. Aimed at the high school student with a general interest in the study of economics, it contains assignment from Units I through IX, beginning with simple definitions and stories of business successes, and then progressing to analytical essays on micro- and macro-economic questions. Though not meant to be a replacement for a formal study of economics, it will likely pique the interest of some students while giving a valuable general knowledge to others.
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After completing only Units I
and II we already see such value in our IEW lessons!
While watching the TWSS and then
the SWI presentations, my daughter commented, "Hey, I think
this will help me in my other subjects."
Today while working on her
science, trying to explain to her how to do her Apologia Lab
Notes, she commented - "Why don't I just write a Key Word
Outline from this Sample Lab Note from Apologia and then
write my own Summary afterwards." I was absolutely thrilled.
She did so, including coming up with some very interesting
symbols, dressing up her Summary with new synonyms, etc.
I praise God for these
lessons, the instructor, and all the others who work at IEW
(especially Jill who was such a big help getting us
started). Never in all of our 8 years of homeschooling has
writing become so much fun!
when you grab your copy of Economics-Based
Student Resource Notebook eBook (digital download for each of your kids)
Strong Verb Charts
-ly Words (Adverbs)
Quality Adjective Charts
Five Senses & Emotions
Transition Words & Phrases
Grammar Rules - Punctuation, Confused Words, Clauses, Phrases, etc
Charts & Checklists
Answers to Exercises
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