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English 1: Excellence in Literature is Now Available!

As most of you know, I’ve been working non-stop to get the first level of the Excellence in Literature: Reading and Writing Through the Classics series out in time for the new school year. Due to the pinched nerve in my neck, I have been behind schedule, but as of about 5 minutes ago, the e-book is now up and for sale! I’m so relieved;-).

The first level of Excellence in Literature now up and available! I’ll be sending out news in the e-zine, and personal notes to everyone who asked to be notified, but for everyone else, here’s the order link!

Click here for the instantly downloadable e-book of Excellence in Literature: English 1!

English I: Introduction to Literature contains nine units focused on the following classic works of literature:

Short Stories by

* Sarah Orne Jewett
* Edgar Allen Poe
* Guy de Maupassant
* O. Henry
* Eudora Welty
* James Thurber

Jules Verne: Around the World in 80 Days

Mark Twain: A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court

Charlotte Bronte: Jane Eyre

George  B. Shaw: Pygmalion

Robert Louis Stevenson: Treasure Island

George Orwell: Animal Farm

William Shakespeare: The Tempest

Jonathan Swift: Gulliver’s Travels

This curriculum is designed to be covered in one full year, and each unit takes four weeks to cover. This level can be used with students in middle school to high school. It will be followed by four more levels, which are scheduled to be available in 2009:

English II: Literature and Composition

English III: American Literature

English IV: British Literature

English V: World Literature

You may read more about it at my website where you can see a sample table of contents and other helpful information. I have also uploaded a sample unit for you to download. You can download it from this link as well: Sample Unit

If you’d like to order the instantly downloadable e-book of Excellence in Literature: English 1, CLICK HERE!

It’s $24.

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4 Responses

  1. jennifer Sunnekalb says:

    Do you have a sample of the Excellence in Literature:English 1? It is hard to tell about assignments and get a feel for the curriculum without it?
    Thanks,
    Jennifer

  2. Glenda says:

    Janice do you have any sample pages to look at. Is this mainly the teachers manual. It has the literature we would like to cover. I just need more info for hubby.
    Thank you

  3. Thank you, Jennifer and Glenda, for reminding me to post a sample!

    It’s now available on the website. Just go to http://www.Everyday-Education.com and click on the “High School Literature” link at the top of the page, and scroll down. You’ll see the download link right in the middle of the page. Enjoy!

  4. Karen W says:

    Hi Janice! I haven’t stopped by here in forever. Sorry! Life is busy. I met your husband last month at the RRHE homeschool meeting and found out that we are practically neighbors. Maybe we can get together sometime.

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