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SPRING 2021 TERM: Intro Courses
EWC starts at the very beginning: from building sentences, to forming paragraphs, and eventually to crafting essays by analyzing classical literature.
As of 2021, classes are held in lecture and seminar format. Lectures will held every Saturday, and students are expected either to attend live or to watch the recording. Seminars will be held throughout the week and is dedicated for discussion and homework time. Time will also be allocated for individual feedback and parent-teacher conferences.
Intro 100 progress to Intro 200 (Suggested Gr. 4-6). Intro 150 progress to Intro 250 (Suggested Gr. 6-8).
Feel free to watch recordings from our prior open houses to learn more about the Intro series!
Grammar Modules (Live Class)
"An man were walking to the store because she is hungry..."
At EWC, we offer 4 Grammar Modules. They are divided into "Grammar Fundamentals" and "Advanced Grammar & Style" is the science of language construction. Please read our Grammar Instructor's blog post here!
Grammar Fundamentals: Gr I & II
Advanced Grammar & Style: Gr III & IV
SELF-PACED GRAMMAR (Monthly Subscription)
If you want to learn Grammar flexibly, on your own schedule, try our Self-Paced Grammar Option! All four levels of Grammar are offered as online video courses: watch lecture videos by our Grammar instructors and learn all the same content that you would in our live courses!
EWC WORKSPACE (Monthly Subscription)
Have a question about ANY part of the writing process for ANY assignment? Want us to edit an important piece of writing in-depth? As part of our "Open Door" policy, ask our writing tutors anything!
The "HUM" Series (Bimonthly Subscription)
We all know that children need a strong foundation of liberal arts knowledge grounded in reading both literary and historical texts. That's where Intro to Humanities comes in. In each course, we have the following objectives:
- To introduce students to a challenging cornerstone text supported by secondary works in different genres.
- To take an interdisciplinary approach to writing by offering comparative analysis in modular topics so that students can select topics that interest them.
- To have students produce writing assignments in varied genres and end class with an element of verbal argumentation.