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Also by Andrew Pudewa:Also by Jill Pike:Advanced Communication SeriesAdvanced Spelling and VocabularyBible-Based Writing LessonsHigh School Essay IntensiveLinguistic Development through Poetry MemorizationPhonetic Zoo Spelling Program (Levels A, B, and C)The Profound Effects of Music on LifeSpeech Boot CampStudent Writing Intensives (Levels A, B, and C)SWI Continuation Courses (Levels A and B)Teaching Writing: Structure & StyleThe Two Andrews: On Writing and Teaching WritingPrimary Arts of Language: Writing ProgramPrimary Arts of Language: Reading ProgramStudent Writing Intensive Handouts (Levels A, B, and C)SWI Continuation Course Handouts (Levels A and B)mplStudent Writing Intensive Continuation CourseLevel C Student BookSecond Edition, 2012Copyright 2001 Andrew PudewaCopyright 2008 Jill PikeeCopyright PolicyISBN: 978-0-9840108-5-1Our duplicating/copying policy for this Student Book:All rights reserved.This downloadable PDF file (e-book) is for use by the original purchaser only. Ownership may not betransferred or sold. No part of its contents may be modified, reproduced, transmitted from the initialretrieval system, distributed, or otherwise transmitted in any form or by any means including, but notlimited to, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without the prior writtenpermission of the author, except as provided by U.S.A. copyright law and the specific policy below:SaHome use: You may print this Student Book as needed for use by multiple children within yourimmediate family.Small group or co-op classes: Each teacher and participating student or family is required to purchase aStudent Book (hard copy or e-book). The purchaser may print a copy of this Student Book for his or herown use.Classroom teachers: A Student Book (hard copy or e-book) must be purchased for each teacher andparticipating student. One print copy may be made for each e-book purchased.Library use: A library may print one copy of this e-book or one copy of this document, which may bechecked out by patrons provided they agree not to make copies.Additional Student Books may be purchased from:excellenceinwriting.com/SICC-C-SB (hard copy) orexcellenceinwriting.com/SICC-C-SE (e-book)Institute for Excellence in Writing8799 N. 387 RoadLocust Grove, OK lenceinwriting.comPrinted in the United States of AmericaThese are Sample Pages for preview only! Copyrighted Material!
SWI Continuation Course Level CContentsScope and Sequence.5Student Writing Notebook Assembly Instructions .7Key Ideas Page.9Stylistic Techniques .11Adverb List (Expanded).13Prepositions/Clausal Starters .15Adverbs for Essays .17Banned Words List – Verbs.19Banned Words List – Adjectives .21Story Sequence Chart.23Essay Models .25Student Grade Summary: First Half .27Student Grade Summary: Second Half .28Disc 1“Bad Vibes” article .29Summary Article Assignment.31Composition Checklist.33Grade Sheet.34Lesson 2Disc 1Writing from Pictures Model.35“Chandelier” Pictures .37Composition Checklist.39Grade Sheet.40Lesson 4Disc 1“Ring Bearer” Pictures .41Typing Guidelines .43Composition Checklist.45Grade Sheet.46Disc 2Greek and Latin Roots .47Rules for Better Writing .49“Car” Pictures .51Composition Checklist.53Grade Sheet.54Disc 2The Essay Model .55Biographical Essay Instructions .57“Lady of the Lamp” Sample Essay.58Composition Checklist.61Grade Sheet.62SaLesson 5mplLesson 3eLesson 1Lesson 6Disc 3hyphen, en dash, and em dash .63Greek and Latin Roots II .65Lesson 7Disc 3Adjectival and Adverbial Teeter-Totters .67Composition Checklist.69Grade Sheet.70Lesson 8Disc 4Greek and Latin Roots III .71Lesson 9Disc 3Clincher Starters .73Interview Strategy and Questions.75Symbols and Abbreviations Handout .76Composition Checklist.77Grade Sheet.78Lesson 10Disc 4“Kyoto” Essay .79Triple Extensions .81Lesson 11Disc 4Event Essay Ideas and Plan .83Composition Checklist.85Grade Sheet.86These are Sample Pages for preview only! Copyrighted Material!
No handouts for Lessons 12-13Disc 5Three Aesop Fables .87“The Sycophantic Fox”.88“Jack and the Beanstalk” .89Homework Assignment and Grade Sheet.91Lesson 15Disc 5“Tom Whitewashes the Fence” .93Homework Assignment and Grade Sheet.95Lesson 16Disc 5“A Christmas Carol”.97A Sample of Shakespeare: “Romeo and Juliet” .99Homework Assignment and Grade Sheet.101Lesson 17Disc 6The Persuasive Essay Model .103Composition Checklist and Grade Sheet .105Lesson 18Disc 6Dr. James B. Webster on Lead-Ins .107Dr. James B. Webster on Footnotes and Bibliography.108“J.R.R. Tolkien & the Christian Imagination” .112Persuasive Essay Topic Suggestions .113Composition Checklist and Grade Sheet .115Lesson 19Disc 6“Women Warriors” Sample Persuasive Essay .117Lesson 20Disc 7Composition Checklist and Grade Sheet .119Disc 7Letters to the Editor from This Rock Magazine.121Letters to the Editor from Macworld Magazine .122Letters to the Editor from MacAddict Magazine and Assignment .123Disc 7Letter to the Editor from The New Oxford Review .125Letters to the Editor from Practical Homeschooling .126Letters to the Editor from San Louis Obispo Tribune .127Assignment and Grade Sheet.129Disc 7Super Essay Model .131Assignment and Grade Sheet.133Disc 8Expanded and Super Essay Models.135Footnoting and Quoting.137“The Three F’s of Norway” Documentation .139Sample Super Essay Outline.143Super Essay Composition Checklist.145Super Essay Grade Sheet .147Lesson 22Lesson 23SaLesson 24mplLesson 21eLesson 14Lesson 25Disc 8Model of Super Essay: “Marvelous Bananas”.149Sample Super Essay on Food .151No Handouts for Lessons 26-27Lesson 28Disc 9Personal Essay Writing Prompts .163Personal Essay Assignment and Grade Sheet.167Lesson 29Disc 9Sample Personal Essay by Grace.169Sample Personal Essay “Conquering the Golden Toad”.170Personal Essay Assignment and Grade Sheet.171Lesson 30Disc 9Common Goofs for High School and College Students.173Final Exam (3 pages) .175Lesson 31No DiscFiction Review (Story Sequence or Writing from Pictures).181Grade Sheet for Story Writing.182Lesson 32No DiscEssay Review.183Sample Literary Analysis Essay on Nicholas Nickleby .184Grade Sheet for Essay writing .185CertificateNo DiscCompletion Certificate.187These are Sample Pages for preview only! Copyrighted Material!
SICC Level CLesson1(Disc 1)Concepts PresentedStyle ReviewUnit IV SummarizingScope and SequenceStudent Handouts“Bad Vibes” ArticleSummary Article AssignmentChecklist and Grade SheetWriting from Pictures Model“Chandelier” set of picturesChecklist and Grade SheetHomework AssignmentSummarize three articles into threeparagraphsWriting from Pictures3(Disc 1)Writing from Pictures“Ring Bearer” set of picturesTyping GuidelinesChecklist and Grade Sheet4(Disc 2)Greek and Latin word roots“-ed” Sentence Openerinvisible “-ing” and“who/which”Rules for Better WritingBasic Essay ModelUnit 6: Report from MultipleReferencesWorks Cited InstructionsGreek and Latin Word RootsRules for Better WritingCar PicturesChecklist and Grade SheetEn and Em DashesMore Word RootsReview Intro/ConclusionAdjectival and Adverbial TeetertottersHyphen, en dash, em dashGreek and Latin Word Roots IIMore Word RootsGreek and Latin Word Roots IIIClincher StartersInterview EssayTaking notes during an interviewClincher StartersInterview Strategy and QuestionsSymbols and First LettersChecklist and Grade SheetKyoto essayTriple ExtensionsConduct interview and plan essaySummarize an article in one ¶6(Disc 3)7(Disc 3)8(Disc 4)Adjectival and Adverbial TeeterTottersChecklist and Grade SheetSa9(Disc 3)Basic Essay ModelBiographical Essay Instructions“Lady of the Lamp” sample essaySample Works CitedChecklist and Grade SheetBegin to write a five-paragraphbiographical essay using at least threesources. Include works cited document.Complete the body and works cited andbring them to the next class.Complete a five-paragraph biographicalessay by writing the introduction andconclusion.mpl5(Disc 2)Write three paragraphs based on pictureprovided in classSummarize an article in one ¶Write three paragraphs based onpictures provided in classSummarize an article in one ¶Write three paragraphs based on pictureprovided (may substitute)Summarize an article in one ¶e2(Disc 1)Begin to write a five-paragraphbiographical essay using at least threesources. Include works cited document.Complete the body and works cited andbring them to the next class.Complete a five-paragraph biographicalessay by writing the introduction andconclusion.10(Disc 4)Discuss common writing errorsTriple Extensions11(Disc 4)Event EssayEvent Essay Ideas and PlanChecklist and Grade SheetChoose subject and begin research forsix to seven ¶ Event Essay12(No Disc)No DiscWork on Event Essay in classNoneContinue Event Essay13(No Disc)No DiscWork on Event Essay in classNoneFinish Event Essay14(Disc 5)Imitation in StyleWrite a fable in the style of Carryl orGarnerSummarize an article in one ¶15 (Disc 5)Imitation in StyleThree Aesop fables“The Sycophantic Fox”“Jack and the Beanstalk”Assignment and Grade Sheet“Tom Whitewashes the Fence”Assignment and Grade Sheet16 (Disc 5)Imitation in StyleExcerpt from A Christmas CarolShakespeare SampleAssignment and Grade SheetWrite a fable in the style of Dickens orauthor of student’s choiceSummarize an article in one ¶ Institute for Excellence in Writing5Finish Interview EssayWrite a fable in the style of TwainSummarize an article in one ¶SICC Level C Student BookThese are Sample Pages for preview only! Copyrighted Material!
SICC-C Scope and Sequence ContinuedConcepts PresentedPersuasive Essay ModelStudent HandoutsPersuasive Essay ModelAssignment and Grade Sheet18*(Disc 6)Using and formattingquotations19*(Disc 6)Examine a sample essay withquotations and footnotesLead-insFootnotes & Bibliography (four pages)J.R.R. Tolkien articlePersuasive Topic SuggestionsAssignment and Grade Sheet“Women Warriors” Essay20(Disc 7)Review quotation rulesReview duals and triples21(Disc 7)Letter to the Editor22(Disc 7)Letter to the Editor23(Disc 7)24(Disc 8)25(Disc 8)26*(No Disc)27*(Disc 8)Letters to the Editor from three differentpublicationsAssignment and Grade SheetSuper Essay ModelAssignment and Grade SheetSuper Essay IntroductionSuper Essay instructionsOutlines and documentationReview of sample essayReview of note-takingNo Disc. Go over studentoutlines and discussExpanded and Super Essay ModelsFootnoting and Quoting“The Three F’s of Norway”Sample Super Essay OutlineComposition Checklist and Grade SheetModel of the Super Essay: “MarvelousBananas”Super Essay Sample: “Food ThroughoutAmerican History”NoneWrite a letter to an editorSummarize an article in one ¶Write a letter to an editorChoose Super Essay topicSummarize an article in one ¶Conduct research for super essayOutline your super essayBegin Writing Super EssayReview Superintro/conclusionNoneFinish the Super EssayCollege Application EssaysPersonal Essay Writing (four pages)Personal Essay Writing ChecklistWrite a personal essay using one of theMIT or Cornell promptsArticle AssignmentWrite a personal essay using one of theCommon Application or MiscellaneouspromptsArticle AssignmentThis is a timed exam. Be sure yourstudents know they need to pacethemselvesWrite three paragraphs using the StorySequence or Writing from Picturesmodels using your studies as a sourceWrite a five-paragraph Report or Essayusing your studies as a sourceSa28(Disc 9)Additional AssignmentPersuasive Essay Checklist and GradeSheetLetters to the Editor from three differentpublicationsFinish your persuasive essay on thetopic of your choice includingquotations and footnotes.Begin a persuasive essay on the topic ofyour choice with quotations andfootnotes.Finish the persuasive essay.e17(Disc 6)Homework AssignmentWrite a persuasive essay on the topic ofyour choice (may be topic outlined inclass)Begin a persuasive essay on the topic ofyour choice. You will need to includequotations and footnotes.mplLesson29(Disc 9)College Application EssaysReview for Final ExamSample Personal EssaysPersonal Essay Writing Checklist andGrade Sheet30(Disc 9)Final ExamCommon GoofsFinal Exam31(No Disc)Optional LessonUnit 3-5 ReviewFiction ReviewGrade Sheet32(No Disc)Optional LessonUnit 6 or 8 ReviewEssay ReviewGrade SheetOptions for reducing the number of lessons:* When two consecutive lessons are starred, it means that they can be combined into one lesson with only one homeworkassignment. (Use the second assignment, and discard the first assignment in the two lessons.) Institute for Excellence in Writing6SICC Level C Student BookThese are Sample Pages for preview only! Copyrighted Material!
Student Writing NotebookContentsKey Ideas PageStylistic TechniquesAdverb ListPrepositions/Clausal StartersAdverbs for EssaysBanned Words List – VerbsBanned Words List – AdjectivesStory Sequence ChartEssay ModelsNote: The original Student WritingIntensive binder pages listed at leftwere printed on colored paper.Those original colors are printed inthe upper right hand corner of eachpage for reference.eInstructionsIf your student completed one of the Student Writing Intensive courses, then you can simply continue touse that notebook. If not, or if your SWI notebook is beyond repair, purchase a one-inch three ring binder(with a clear plastic sleeve on the front for the title page) and one set of five-tab dividersmplIf you are building a new notebook, label your five dividers as onsStructural ModelsStyle ChartsBanned WordsInsert the 9 pages to follow into your notebook as described below.Place the “Key Ideas” page right in the front of the binder (before the tabs). Alternatively, it can be keptin the front of the “Structural Models” section.Use this area for all new handouts, outlines, models, checklists, etc. thatare currently being worked on.Outlines/CompositionsPlace graded, completed work here. You may want to instruct studentsregarding what to save (the finished work only, perhaps a grading sheet oroutline) and what to discard (old models, outlines, 1st drafts, etc.).Structural ModelsPlace the “Key Ideas Page” here, or place it in the front of the tabs. Place the“Story Sequence Chart” and “Essay Models” here. As more structural postersare given to your student in a lesson, add them to this section. Some of themodels to keep here would be: Story Sequence, Writing from Pictures, EssayModel, etc.Style ChartsThe “Stylistic Techniques” page abides here along with all style lists (-ly,prepositions, etc).Banned WordsPut the “Banned Words” sheets behind this tab. For your convenience, thebanned word pages included here have the banned words and substitutesuggestions from the SWI-C.SaModels/SourcesChecklistsNote: Some Student Writing Intensive binders had “Current Work” and “Completed Work” for the firsttwo tabs. Those tabs work just as well, since that is actually how the notebook ends up being sorted.The rest of this document contains all the student handouts to use with the DVDs. You may keep these in afolder and hand them out as you need them, or create another divider to keep them all in the notebook. Institute for Excellence in Writing7SICC Level C Student BookThese are Sample Pages for preview only! Copyrighted Material!
Student Name:LessonNumberSICC-C First Half Grade SummaryCurrentEvents ¶ ssible3 Current EventsParagraphs6323¶ Writing from Pictures6333¶ Writing from Pictures6343¶ Writing from Pictures6355¶ Biographical Essay1005¶ Biographical Essay100e1691011121314155¶ Interview Essay1056–7¶ Event Essay(Circle one)6¶ 1267¶ 145Imitation of Style26Imitation of Style26Imitation of Style26Sa16mpl78PercentTotal points for Current Events paragraphsFirst HalfGrade160Add up the total percentage points and divide by the numberof lessons completed (12 if you did them all).Total/12If you decide to skip any assignments, simply cross them out.*Note: Current Events paragraphs are due every week. They are worth 20 points each:10 points for being on time, 10 points for less than three spelling or grammar errors. Institute for Excellence in Writing27SICC Level C Student BookThese are Sample Pages for preview only! Copyrighted Material!
Student Name:LessonNumberSICC-C Second Half Grade SummaryCurrentEvents possible175¶ Persuasive Essay100185¶ Persuasive Essay1105¶ Persuasive Essay110Percent202122Letter to Editor23Letter to Editor2412–16¶ Super Essaye195050mpl(Circle one)12¶ 24025262728293014¶ 27015¶ 28516¶ 300College ApplicationEssay40College ApplicationEssay40Final Exam100Fiction ReviewUnit 3–5 Writing(80)Essay ReviewEssay Writing(100)Sa3113¶ 25532Total points for Current Events paragraphsSecondHalfGrade80Add up the total percentage points and divide by the numberof lessons completed (12 if you did them all).Total 12If you decide to skip any assignments, simply cross them out.*Note: Current Events paragraphs are due every week. They are worth 20 points each:10 points for being on time, 10 points for less than three spelling or grammar errors. Institute for Excellence in Writing28SICC Level C Student BookThese are Sample Pages for preview only! Copyrighted Material!
Lesson 5Place this sheet behind your Structural Model tab for future reference.The Essay ModelI. Introduction1. Attention – dramatic (strong image or feeling, humor)2. Background information (time, place, context)3. State three topics (three topic words bold or highlighted)(NO clincher because it has no topic!)mpleII. Topic 184.108.40.206.5.6.ClincherDecorationQuestion3 sssSimile/MetaphorAlliterationQuotationIII. Topic 220.127.116.11.5.6.ClincherBodySaMake allparagraphsabout thesame length.IV. Topic 18.104.22.168.5.6.ClincherV. Conclusion1. Re-state the three topics(highlight topic key words)2. Most significant and why3. NO Clincher, but last sentence is used to make the title. Institute for Excellence in Writing55SICC Level C Student BookThese are Sample Pages for preview only! Copyrighted Material!
Lesson 5Biographical Essay Instructions Brainstorm topics; choose three that relate to one another. Work on one paragraph at a time, start to finish. Find three to five interesting or important facts per source. You can find more or lessas needed. Try to make all the paragraphs the same length (roughly).SAMPLE PEOPLE AND TOPICSFlorence Nightingaleeducation and childhoodfighting in the warcareer in school of nursingeWashingtonboypresidentfamilyMt. VernonColonelmplFranklinChildInventorOld manFirefighterPublisherFranceSAMPLE COLLECTION OF FACTS ON ONE TOPICRELATED TO FLORENCE NIGHTINGALESource B(Encyclopedia Article)Source .Edu/childhood1.2.3.SaSource A(Book)FUSED OUTLINEFUSED OUTLINEI. Education and Childhood22.214.171.124.5.67.Clincher Institute for Excellence in Writing57SICC Level C Student BookThese are Sample Pages for preview only! Copyrighted Material!
Lesson 5“Lady of the Lamp” Sample EssayLADY OF THE LAMPby ErinOn a cool spring morning amid the beautiful arches and rivers of Florence, Italy, a newborn babycried and cooed. Florence Nightingale, named for the city of her birth, would become one of themost compassionate, caring, and considerate women ever to face a battlefield. She heard God callingher and determined to become educated so that she might do His will in her life. During the CrimeanWar she became the champion of the wounded and sick soldiers. After the war she continued toeserve her country and established a School for Nursing in London. She would be known as “TheLady of the Lamp” to the soldiers she would one day care for.On Feb. 7, 1837, when Florence was 17 years of age, she believed she heard the voice of Godmplcalling her. She knew He had given her a mission, possibly to help people, but it was not until nineyears later she would discover what that mission was. Being born into a sophisticated and reputablefamily, she unfortunately could not work in a hospital as she so desired. She soon wanted morefreedom. Florence, who consoled herself by reading about public health and different hospitals, soonbecame well versed in the subject. While her friends insisted that she was an expert on the matter,she considered herself to be only a young woman following God's call. In 1864 one of her friendsbrought her some literature about a nursing school in Kaiserswerth, Germany. Finally, with herparents’ consent she joined, with an enthusiasm that would not die, th
(Disc 4) Event Essay Event Essay Ideas and Plan Checklist and Grade Sheet Choose subject and begin research for six to seven ¶ Event Essay 12 (No Disc) No Disc Work on Event Essay in class None Continue Event Essay 13 (No Disc) No Disc Work on Event Essay in class None Finish Event Essay 14 (Disc
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Speech Boot Camp Student Writing Intensives (Levels A, B, and C) SWI Continuation Courses (Levels A, B, and C) . Edit their work for grammar, syntax, and usage Course Pacing These lesson plans provide enough writing assignments to use the course over one to two years.
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2. Read the Teacher’s Instructions for the Student Writing Intensive Level A. Plan on spending one to two weeks per lesson. 3. Once a week (or once every other week), watch a portion of the Student Writing Intensive DVD with your student, and then spend the rest of the week working on the writing assignment.
Student Writing Intensive A Video Seminar for the Student Level A Suitable for Elementary Students Welcome to the Student Writing Intensive. This packet contains all the lessons and handouts that you will need to teach this course to your students. Simply read
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