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Beginning, struggling, developing, and advanced writers will learn techniques designed to advance their academic, college, and career writing skills. Essays include the four major modes of discourse: Argumentation, Expository/Informational, Analytical Response to Literature, and Narrative. The program has also developed guides that focus on standards and strategies for students to perform well on state and national tests.

This curriculum unit includes tested and proven materials for teaching To Kill a Mockingbird to high school students. Published in 1960, the novel became a Pulitzer Prize winner within two years and has been a staple in high school classrooms ever since.  Read More
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24 video workshops that accompany this teacher guide and which provide teachers with media-rich resources to assist them in preparing their students to understand and utilize biblical allusions to unlock deeper and more complex meaning in literary texts.  Read More
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It's finally here, a 158-page Response to Literature Writing Guide for Elementary Education teachers.  Read More
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Teaching Students How to be Successful on STAAR® End-of-Course Writing – Section I of this document provides Texas English teachers with the Jane Schaffer® terminology, definitions, ratios, and chunking technique; Section II demonstrates the process and how the process leads to a high scoring sho  Read More
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Teaching Students How to be Successful on STAAR® 7th Grade Writing – Texas 7th grade students are required to a 26-lined expository essay for the STAAR® exam.  Read More
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This 177-page guide provides teachers with strategies and graphic organizers to train students on the composing of both personal and fictional narratives.  Read More
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The difference between “persuasion” and “argumentation” is that the former convinces someone to act differently; the latter convinces someone to think differently.  Read More
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This curriculum guide covers six major figures in the Christian Scriptures: Lazarus, Mary, Judas, Gabriel, Peter, and Jesus. Sixteen literary units covering novels, poetry, drama, and short stories are examined in the context of the biblical framework present in the artistic work.  Read More
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