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Learning to write a solid essay is no more complicated than learning how to fit the pieces of a puzzle together. The Final Draft identifies the parts and the purpose of each one. A grasp of the pieces as they connect to the whole unfolds an understanding for the writer that enables him to wrap his mind around the essay-writing process.
The LITClub Story [FREE]
The LITClub Story and The LITClub Tool Box the eBook edition of The LITClub handbook. There’s no need to be an expert in literature to get the full enjoyment and benefit from The LITClub. Read The LITClub Story to find out how you can transform reading into an experience for your family and friends.
The LITClub Story and The LITClub Tool Box the eBook edition of The LITClub handbook. There’s no need to be an expert in literature to get the full enjoyment and benefit from The LITClub. Read The LITClub Tool Box is a step-by-step guide showing you how-to enjoy your very own literature club.
If you’re ready to show your children how much fun reading can be, this all inclusive handbook is for you. The LITClub, Transforming Reading into an Experience shows you how to get your club up and going plus all the tools you need to read and enjoy four classic novels.
- Parts I & II. A detailed explanation about how-to enjoy your very own literature club.
- Part III. Ready-made guides for four classic books. All you have to do is start. Part III includes:
- The Facilitator Guide. Shows you how to introduce the book. It includes questions and answers for a fun and insightful conversation.
- The Project Guide. Describes how to implement the projects.
- The Vocabulary List. Over 100 words and definitions for each book along with a helpful fun site to study and learn the words.
- The Themed Menu. You may want to create your own menu. If life is busy, a menu with recipes and pictures has been prepared for you for each of the books.
Catherine Mason has a problem. Even though she hates reading, her book-loving parents stuck her in Literature Club, and now she wants out. But wiggling away from meetings hasn’t been simple until she discovered Archimedes and his death ray. Maybe, just maybe, Archimedes is her ticket out of Literature Club.
Poetry can be a labor to read and study. Unfortunately, that sometimes cuts into people’s interest in poetry. This little book is a brief, and hopefully painless, introduction to reading poetry that will encourage readers to give poetry another try.