Youth are better prepared to assist in the building of the Kingdom of God, and in preserving liberty when they understand how to write well, and to support written statements with solid reasoning and credible sources.
Youth are better prepared to assist in the building of the Kingdom of God, and in preserving liberty when they understand how to write well, and to support written statements with solid reasoning and credible sources. Instruction interrelates with the American Literature course to provide topics for students to use in their writing. The goal of this course is to support students becoming independent, organized and effective readers, writers, listeners, and speakers who are prepared to communicate effectively in academic, professional and social settings.
This semester focuses on creative writing through fable, poetry and script writing, including use of multiple points of view. Students will expand their understanding of grammar, and develop the skill of developing a well-written research paper. They will learn about copyright, avoiding plagiarism, and the concept of public domain. MLA formatting will be taught.
This semester introduces students to the art of the interview. Instruction also focuses on preparing to write an excellent college entrance essay. They will develop a solid resume and learn to write well-constructed business letters and a letter of recommendation. Students will continue to expand their understanding of grammar.
(1 Student License; includes 36 Lessons)