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    What is our mission? 

Our mission is to equip teachers and teaching parents with methods (Structure and Style®) and materials (teacher-training and student materials based on this unique

approach) which will aid them (We are here to help you!) in training their students to become confident (“Children like to do what they think they can do.” – Andrew Pudewa)

and competent communicators and thinkers.

 

Get to know us 

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What does IEW offer? 

Writing  |     Grammar    |    Spelling



We are engaged in the great work of empowering a wave of young people who will have the means and the motivation to boldly enter the war of ideas, knowing how to think and powerfully employ the spoken and written word." -What are We Really Doing Here
 
 

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Writing

Step 1 -Find Your Starting Point

Students and teachers new to IEW will have the best start using the Structure and Style for Students (SSS). 

 

Mr. Pudewa will lead students through the entire year with 24-weeks of instructions, demonstrations, and jokes so both you and your student will have the exact tools needed to complete the year successfully! 

Each student new to IEW should begin with SSS Year 1. 

Year 1 Level A: Students reading between a 3rd-5th-grade level should start here. 

Year 1 Level B: Students reading between a 6th-8th-grade level should start here. 

Year 1 Level C: Intended for students reading between a 9th-12th-grade level should start.  

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Step 2 - Pick Your Package 

Find the package that is "just right" for your needs.
Each Year 1 of SSS has three choices: Premier, Basic Plus, Basic.

IEW's top pick for you: Structure and Style for Students Year 1 Premier. 

The Premier gives you our best products thatwe believe will give you everything you need for a successful year of writing and grammar. This includes Year 1 of SSS, a year of our Fix it! Grammar, and our complete training course, Teaching Writing: Structure and Style. 

Year 1 Level A Premier. 
Year 1 Level B Premier. 
Year 1 Level C Premier.

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"What if I already have access to your training course?" 


Structure and Style for Students Basic Plus. 

This includes a year of SSS as well as our grammar progam, Fix It! Grammar. 

 


Year 1 Level A Basic Plus. 
Year 1 Level B Basic Plus. 
Year 1 Level C Basic Plus.

"I'm only looking for writing." 
 

Structure and Style for Students Basic 

The package provides you with the complete year of SSS material including student binder, student videos, and spiral-bound Teacher's Manual. 

 


Year 1 Level A Basic. 
Year 1 Level B Basic. 
Year 1 Level C Basic.

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"My son has been a reluctant writer but with IEW, writing has been made not only easy but enjoyable for him." -Elaine 

Step 3 -Take a Look Inside! 

Don't just take our word that you are picking the right material. 

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TRY IT FOR FREE!

Do you want to see for yourself?

We’re offering three weeks of free, completely digital, English language arts instruction that we hope will energize your students and perhaps change their opinion about writing.

Bonus -Andrew Pudewa's FREE teaching tips that you can implement right away without any of our materials. 

Four Deadly Errors of Teaching Writing 

We’ve all suffered it at one time or another: Frustration about writing assignments. Either on the receiving end, or perhaps now on the giving end, there can be a few distinctly discouraging aspects to teaching and being taught writing. The tough questions include: What to correct and how to give a grade? How much help is too much? Isn’t the assignment clear enough? Why don’t students find their own errors? Learn and avoid four teaching mistakes that contribute to this frustration: Overcorrecting, Holding Back Help, Unclear Assignments, & Over-Expectation.

Nurturing Competent Communicators

Many parents think that good readers will naturally become good writers. Others think that writing talent is just that—a natural ability—some have it, others don’t. Both are myths. History and modern research show very clearly how good writers develop and demonstrate the two most critical things needed for a high level of aptitude in writing. With humor and insight, Andrew will share the two easy but unbelievably powerful things you can do to build language patterns and nurture competent communicators in your family.

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Grammar

Step 1 -Choose the Right Level

Students and teachers new to IEW will have the best start using the Structure and Style for Students (SSS). 

 

Mr. Pudewa will lead students through the entire year with 24-weeks of instructions, demonstrations, and jokes so both you and your student will have the exact tools needed to complete the year successfully! 

Each student new to IEW should begin with SSS Year 1. 

Year 1 Level A: Students reading between a 3rd-5th-grade level should start here. 

Year 1 Level B: Students reading between a 6th-8th-grade level should start here. 

Year 1 Level C: Intended for students reading between a 9th-12th-grade level should start.  

Step 2 - Try a Few Lessons 

Find the package that is "just right" for your needs.
Each Year 1 of SSS has three choices: Premier, Basic Plus, Basic.

IEW's top pick for you: Structure and Style for Students Year 1 Premier. 

The Premier gives you our best products we believe will give you everything you need for a successful year of writing and grammar. This includes Year 1 of SSS, a year of our Fix it! Grammar, and our complete training course, Teaching Writing: Structure and Style. 

Year 1 Level A Premier. 
Year 1 Level B Premier. 
Year 1 Level C Premier.

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Step 3 -Buy the Right Thing  

Don't just take our word that you are picking the right material. 

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TRY IT FOR FREE!

Do you want to see for yourself?

We’re offering three weeks of free, completely digital, English language arts instruction that we hope will energize your students and perhaps change their opinion about writing.

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