Excellence in Literature Complete Curriculum Print and eBook together
BEST VALUE! The Complete Curriculum print and ebook together for $199 (just $10 per level more than the print version alone).
Advantages of choosing the print and ebook bundle
When you purchase the British Literature print and ebook set, each edition contains the same material, but each format serves a specific purpose. Here are a few of the advantages:
- Printable rubrics and forms
- The reproducible rubric and other forms can be printed off instead of photocopied.
- Multiple users
- If you have more than one student in your household using it at the same time,* each student will have a personal copy.
- Easy reference
- Important chapters such as How to Read a Book, How to Write an Essay, and Formats and Models are more easily referred to in the print version.
- Parents can use the print copy to easily answer questions, compare student papers with the models, and so forth.
- Efficient study
- Keep the Formats and Models chapter in the print book open while typing an essay so you can easily stay on track.
- Discount on e-book version of new editions
- If you own both formats, you’ll be able to upgrade to a new edition of the ebook for just $10 whenever a new edition comes out.
Want to change the order of Excellence in Literature
modules to match your history sequence?
You can do it!
Now you can get all the study guides in one big binder: Excellence in Literature Complete Curriculum: Literature and Writing for Grades 8-12, a self-directed, college prep English curriculum. During five years of study you will cover (complete descriptions of each guide’s contents can be found at the individual book page):
- Introduction to Literature
- Literature and Composition
- American Literature
- British Literature
- World Literature
It’s easy to customize high school English by mixing and matching modules. Although the five levels of Excellence in Literature graduate in difficulty, based on the complexity of literature and assignments, there is a great deal of flexibility. Each module throughout the curriculum stands alone, so it is easy to select literature to coordinate with history studies.
There are nine study modules in each level. These outline readings and a week-by-week lesson plan for each of the classic works being studied. In addition, you will find reference resources, including instructions for evaluation, reproducible rubric and assignment sheets, and more. A Formats and Models chapter provides detailed instructions for each type of paper, along with a student-written model so parents and students can see exactly what is expected.
You can see an annotated listing of each of the introductory and reference chapters at the “What is included in Excellence in Literature” post.
With the binder format, you can custom-select modules to fit your needs. The pages are thoughtfully laid out so that each module begins on a right-hand page, so that you can pull them out and create custom study paths without accidentally leaving a page behind.
Visit my blog to read about how I chose literature for Excellence in Literature. This link will open in a new tab, so you don’t have to worry about losing your place here.
I’ve posted links to my recommended editions for the classics read in this curriculum at the Focus Text Links page.
“Students completing these courses should be miles ahead of most of their high school contemporaries in their ability to read and analyze literature at a sophisticated level.
The challenging writing assignments also promise to develop student skills in composition to a high level.”