Starting Points Worldview-Based Writing Lessons
by Janet Spitler Author
(From Amazon): For customers who already own IEW's Teaching Writing: Structure and Style program, plus David Quine's Starting Points curriculum, this Starting Points Worldview-Based Writing Lessons book melds the two curricula together. Covering IEW's Units 1-9, the book parallels specific segments of the TWSS DVDs with specific assignments from the Starting Points curriculum, encompassing informative as well as imaginative assignments. Your students will be inspired to ask questions and join "the conversation of the ages."
- Resource Type
- Print Status
- In Print
- Suggested Grades
- 7th - 12th
- Institute for Excellence in Writing
- 1 Taking Notes
- 2 Valuing a Rough Draft
- 3 Is there a God? If so, what is He Like?
- 4 What is the Origin of the Universe?
- 5 What is the Nature of Man?
- 6 Responding to Man's Dilemma
- 7 What is the Basics of Ethics and Morality?
- 8 What is the Cause of Evil and Suffering?
- 9 What Happens to Man at Death?
- 10 What is the Meaning of History?
- 11 Finishing the Essay ~ An Introduction and Conclusion
- 12 The World of Narnia
- 13 The Land of Oz
- 14 It's a Wonderful Life
- 15 Frankenstein And Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde
- 16 Are Miracles Possible?
- 17 Is Christian Experience Valid?
- 18 The Shocking Alternative (Liar, Lunatic, or Lord)
- 19 Word Pictures from C.S. Lewis
- 20 Separation of Church and State
- 21 Stating Your Opinion on Separation of Church and State
- 22 Final Test