Monday, December 6, 2010

Giveaway: The Write Foundation---CLOSED

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You may remember that I reviewed the Write Foundation’s Level 1 (Sentence to Paragraph) a little while back. We’re really enjoying this program and I’m so please to be able to give a copy away to one of my readers! One reader will receive:

The Write Foundation: Lessons 1-15 of Level 1 (Sentence to Paragraph)

  • complete with the teacher’s manual (physical product)
  • loose student worksheets (physical product)
  • teacher resources (pdfs)
  • PLUS the newly revised intro and lessons 8 & 9! (also pdfs)

This curriculum can be taught one week per lesson or two weeks per lesson, so this is at least a 1/2 year of writing lessons. Level one is recommended for ages 11-13, but I’m successfully using it with my 10-year-old son. See my original review for more details.

Deadline to enter will be December 13, 2010 (10 pm est).

Giveaway is open to the continental U.S. only, please. For each entry, please leave a separate comment. Make sure you email is visible either in your profile or in the comment. Winner will be selected using random.org.

Mandatory to enter: Visit the Write Foundation and then leave me a comment telling me what most appeals to you about this program.

Optional additional entries:

  • Blog about this giveaway, linking to this post. Please link to your blog post in your comment. (3 entries)
  • Follow this blog in GFC, and yes it counts if you already follow.Smile (1 entry)
  • Follow me on Twitter and tweet this giveaway. Link to your tweet in your comment. (1 entry per day)

Disclosure: This product was provided by the Write Foundation.

14 comments:

  1. I didn't review Level 1, since my son isn't quite there yet. If it is anything like Level 3, my son will like the straight-forward lists that detail exactly what he is and isn't supposed to do. Writing doesn't come naturally to him!

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  2. We reviewed Level 2 and I would love Level 1 for my younger two!!

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  3. I like all the worksheets and lists, I think it would be easy for my kids to see exactly what they are required to do.

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  4. I like how it is laid out. It would be simple for both my children and I to follow. I think that it would fit nicely into our homeschool day.

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  5. I like how it seems to take the student through by incremental steps so that they are learning writing skills truly a little at a time. Many programs jump the student from "write these sentences" to "now write 2 paragraphs" so quickly that it overwhelms them. This looks like it might be a good program for one of my sons who struggles with getting words on paper.

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  6. I like how organized the lessons are and how easy they are to follow.
    I am helping homeschooling my two grandsons while their parents work. This program looks promising.
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  7. I am a new follower with GFC.
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