From the Anglo-Saxons to the Renaissance, from chivalrous knights to Genghis Khan, students will improve their knowledge of medieval times while learning to write with Structure and Style®.
This Student Book includes assignments, blank outlines, source texts, checklists, vocabulary cards, and grammar helps for two levels of students—basic and advanced.
This book is designed to be used by an instructor who has been through or is currently viewing the Teaching Writing: Structure and Style video course.
To purchase this book together with the accompanying Teacher's Manual, click here.
This theme-based writing curriculum offers a full year of instruction for students in grades 6–8 and is perfect for homeschoolers, homeschool co-ops, tutors, and hybrid schools.
Note: The Student Resource Packet is a necessary component of this course. This supplemental resource is included with your purchase as an e-book for you to download and print (please check the copyright page for download information), or you may purchase it printed with a binder here.
Edition/Printing: Fifth Edition, January 2019
Copyright Date: 2007, 2019
Specifications: 330 pages (includes 40 pages cardstock)
What's new in the fifth edition of Medieval History-Based Writing Lessons?
• The individual lessons have the added components of daily lesson plans and clearer weekly lesson goals.
• Source texts are either new or have been modified to include more regions of the world.
• The pacing of stylistic techniques has been adjusted so that students have success and enjoy the writing experience more.
• Advanced elements of Structure and Style have been placed in the Advanced Additions optional e-book, which is a free download with the purchase of the Student Book. This means that that the basic Student Book along with the Advanced Additions e-book is a perfect fit for all Level B students.
• Vocabulary words have been reevaluated to coincide with the dress-ups being taught in the lessons, making it easier for the students to use them in their lesson assignments.
• The lessons align with the updated version of Teaching Writing: Structure and Style, both in the order and manner in which elements of Structure and Style are taught.
• The new edition is not compatible with the former.