The 2 Andrews Are Heading West!
The Four Language Arts: Listening, reading, speaking, and writing – Pudewa Nurture excellent communication skills even more effectively by understanding the relationship between these four critical skills.
The Three Writing Challenges: Solved! – Kern The three canons as solutions to the three problems; the place of rhetoric as the “deep logic” of the entire curriculum and therefore as the natural ordering principle of the student’s studies. Indeed, what was classical rhetoric and what happened to it?
The Five Paths to Great Writing – Kern Theoretical: understanding the science of writing; Literary: studying the great masterpieces of literature as models; Critical: learning the details of good usage; Practical: practicing the art of writing; Linguistic: translating great works of literature into and out of English.
Developing the Essayist: A natural approach – Pudewa How can a student move from simply reporting facts to the more sophisticated skill of using facts to support an opinion? Learn several different essay models, and discover a gradual method of building the analytical writer, starting even at the elementary level!
Assessment – Pudewa/Kern Marking and grading; objectivity, motivation, and sanity. How to keep your head when all about you are losing theirs and planting seeds of doubt.
Panel: Common problems in teaching writing – Pudewa/Kern
Looking Ahead: Where do you want to go from here? – Pudewa/Kern How does Structure & Style relate to The Lost Tools of WritingTM, what are the progymnasmata, and what’s next for you?To register for one of these events please visit IEW's website here. The cost is $59/person and $30 for a second family member.
by Lindsey Brigham Knott
by Joshua Gibbs
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by David Kern
by David Kern