Writing Strands: Level 7 (Grade 11 or 12)

Writing Strands: Level 7 (Grade 11 or 12)

Publisher: New Leaf Press/Master Bks
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$17.50
Eleventh / Twelfth Grade, age 18, or any age after completing Level 6

This book is for students who have finished Writing Strands 6 or new students who are 18 years old. Assignments are directed to the student. The book takes one full school year to complete and focuses on advanced skills such as researching and writing reports, arguing effectively and developing character and conflict in creative pieces.

Sample Pages

Scope and Sequence:

1. What our Feet Do Writing about how people move
2. If I Were a... Considering different experiences and organizing a report to help readers understand information
3. Describing Characters Selecting descriptive information for a purpose
4. Conflict Resolving character conflicts
5. Point of View Explaining point of view
6. What It Is Controlling a reader’s reactions to setting
7. Survey Writing, conducting, and reporting on surveys
8. Argument Writing an effective argument
9. Book Report Writing book reports on character development
10. Behavior Writing formal scientific reports
11. Interview with a Character Conducting and transcribing interviews
12. Problems Creating characters who solve problems
13. Interactions Creating characters who react emotionally
14. He Did it First Learning about taking responsibility by creating realistic characters in conflict

ISBN: 9781888344073

Book Title Writing Strands: Level 7 (Grade 11 or 12)
Publisher: New Leaf Press/Master Bks
Eleventh / Twelfth Grade, age 18, or any age after completing Level 6

This book is for students who have finished Writing Strands 6 or new students who are 18 years old. Assignments are directed to the student. The book takes one full school year to complete and focuses on advanced skills such as researching and writing reports, arguing effectively and developing character and conflict in creative pieces.

Sample Pages

Scope and Sequence:

1. What our Feet Do Writing about how people move
2. If I Were a... Considering different experiences and organizing a report to help readers understand information
3. Describing Characters Selecting descriptive information for a purpose
4. Conflict Resolving character conflicts
5. Point of View Explaining point of view
6. What It Is Controlling a reader’s reactions to setting
7. Survey Writing, conducting, and reporting on surveys
8. Argument Writing an effective argument
9. Book Report Writing book reports on character development
10. Behavior Writing formal scientific reports
11. Interview with a Character Conducting and transcribing interviews
12. Problems Creating characters who solve problems
13. Interactions Creating characters who react emotionally
14. He Did it First Learning about taking responsibility by creating realistic characters in conflict

ISBN: 9781888344073