• All Things Canada Quick View
    • All Things Canada Quick View
    • All Things Canada

    • $49.95
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    • All Things Canada is a lower elementary (grade3-4) level course that takes students through the units of Dr. Webster's Blended Structure and Style method of teaching writing. It applies those methods to subject areas commonly found to be of interest to younger students. The reading level of this course as set at the grade 3 level for ease of starting even very young students with Blended Structure and Style writing program. Students will integrate all the structural models and stylistic techniques necessary to develop their creative and academic writing skills Additional videos are provided to bring the content to life for the student. All Things Canada is taught over 21 video lessons covering almost seven hours of instruction, plus…
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  • Basic Grammar for All Writers Quick View
    • Basic Grammar for All Writers Quick View
    • Basic Grammar for All Writers

    • $29.95
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    • Basic Grammar for All Writers addresses the most common grammar errors observed in students taking online courses from Webster's Academy, typically at the grades 6 and above levels.   Corinne Plett is the instructor for this course, one  of the favourites of the students at Webster's. She has extensive experience teaching online, and has developed many advanced courses in Essay Writing for senior level students. Basic Grammar for All Writers includes: 80 Minutes of teaching on four pre-recorded streaming video lesson presentations A downloadable 115 page text with class lessons, exercises, assignments and answer keys.
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  • Basic Grammar for Young Writers Quick View
    • Basic Grammar for Young Writers Quick View
    • Basic Grammar for Young Writers

    • $29.95
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    • Basic Grammar for Young Writers addresses the most common grammar errors observed in students taking online courses from Webster's Academy, typically at the elementary grades below grade 6. Corinne Plett is the instructor for this course, one  of the favourites of the students at Webster's. She has extensive experience teaching online, and has developed many advanced courses in Essay Writing for senior level students. Basic Grammar for All Writers includes: Four pre-recorded streaming video lesson presentations A downloadable 88 page text with class lessons, exercises, assignments and answer keys. Basic Grammar for Young Writers does not include marking of assignments. The download link for the course will be included in the receipt you will get after paying for the…
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  • Canada: Neighbours with a Difference Quick View
    • Canada: Neighbours with a Difference Quick View
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    • Canada: Neighbours with a Difference

    • $49.95
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    • Neighbours with a Difference is an intermediate level course that takes students through all nine units of Dr. Webster's Blended Structure and Style method of teaching writing. It applies those methods to subject areas commonly found in Grades 6-9 Canadian Social Studies. These include Canadian government, democracy, multi-culturalism, bi-lingualism and differences between Canada's form of government and that of our neighbours to the south. Students will integrate all the structural models and stylistic techniques necessary to build an essay and ultimately build a compare and contrast super-essay. Neighbours with a Difference is taught over 21 video lessons covering over eight hours of instruction, plus the download of the 186 page textbook which includes all the models, charts and checklists…
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  • English Diploma Prep Course Quick View
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    • English Diploma Prep Course

    • $59.95
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    • The English30 Diploma Exam is the top level final exam for students graduating from High Schools in Alberta. Being well prepared for what to expect and how to pre-strategize writing the exam will give a valuable edge. The Diploma Prep Course contains a solid eight hours of teaching taking the student through an indepth analysis of what markers are looking for and how to deliver it to them. Succeeding on this one exam can make the difference between having options to further higher education, or becoming stuck, unable to move on. There is a lot at stake with this exam. Here is the Scope and Sequence of the Course: Week 1 – The A+.D.V.A.N.C.E. Formula Week 2 – The…
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  • Enhanced Creative Writing Quick View
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    • Enhanced Creative Writing

    • $49.95
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    • Enhanced Creative Writing is an advanced level course designed for middle and high school students, who want to expand their repertoire of skills, with in-depth instruction on structural models designed to enhance their creative writing. Originally the depth of the course required that it be split into two parts to adequately cover the structural models. Creative Structures Part 1 is a 5 week/ 1 hour video class per week focusing on each of the first set of structural models, which include: How to include “flashback” paragraphs How to properly write and punctuate dialogue How to include triple extensions and the five senses How to include similes/ metaphors, How to write using the 5 W’s Creative Structures Part 2 is…
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  • History of Canada Quick View
    • History of Canada Quick View
    • History of Canada

    • $49.95
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    • History of Canada is an upper elementary (grade 5-6) level course that takes students through all nine units of Dr. Webster's Blended Structure and Style method of teaching writing. It applies those methods to subject areas commonly found in Grade 5 Canadian Social Studies where the history of Canada is typically taught across Canada in public schools. Students will integrate all the structural models and stylistic techniques necessary to develop their creative and academic writing skills. Additional videos are provided to bring the content to life for the student. History of Canada is taught over 20 video lessons covering almost eight hours of instruction, plus the download of the 147 page textbook which includes all the models, charts and…
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  • How to Write Excellent Essays in 7 Easy Steps Quick View
    • How to Write Excellent Essays in 7 Easy Steps Quick View
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    • How to Write Excellent Essays in 7 Easy Steps

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    • Co-written by Dr. J.B.Webster and Bryan Rempel, How to Write Excellent Essays is a concise guide and full blown course teaching how to write a variety of essays. Paying particular attention to the structure of each type of essay, you will be taught skills that you will carry with you for a lifetime. The first part of the course covers the ADVANCE formula for writing essays created by Bryan Rempel. These steps include a chapter on each of the 7 Steps as follows: The A+.D.V.A.N.C.E. Essay Formula Analyze the Assignment Analyze the Audience Determine the Thesis & Structure Validate your Viewpoint Assemble Structure and Add Style Notation: Cite Your Sources Conclusion & Introductions Edit & Enunciate Various Structural Models…
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  • WRITE YOUR ROOTS – KONOS – Student Quick View
    • WRITE YOUR ROOTS – KONOS – Student Quick View
    • WRITE YOUR ROOTS – KONOS – Student

    • $51.95
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    • Another year-long writing project from Carole Thaxton. Learn language arts while writing your family history. A one-year project for grades 5-12 that is easy because it is a series of short stories. The stories are based on real facts, so less imagination is necessary. The worktext is divided into 30 steps, which is designed for one step per week, which fulfills requirements for a full year of English composition. Each text has three sections: learn, practice/prepare and apply. If your child can write a short story, he is ready for Write Your Roots. During the year the basic student will write 12 stories that will be revised and tweaked several times for excellent writing. Paperback, 226 pages.
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  • WRITE YOUR ROOTS -KONOS – Teacher Quick View
    • WRITE YOUR ROOTS -KONOS – Teacher Quick View
    • WRITE YOUR ROOTS -KONOS – Teacher

    • $11.50
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    • Another year-long writing project from Carole Thaxton. Learn language arts while writing your family history. A one-year project for grades 5-12 that is easy because it is a series of short stories. The stories are based on real facts, so less imagination is necessary. The worktext is divided into 30 steps, which is designed for one step per week, which fulfills requirements for a full year of English composition. Each text has three sections: learn, practice/prepare and apply. If your child can write a short story, he is ready for Write Your Roots. During the year the basic student will write 12 stories that will be revised and tweaked several times for excellent writing. Paperback, 226 pages.
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