From Hands on Essays’ website:
Using the hand as an outline and memory tool, Hands-On Essays provides a clear, direct method for teaching four main types of essays. The instructional DVD and handbook are geared directly to the student, with a lesson-by-lesson evaluation guide for the parent and teacher. Hands-On Essays is a well-organized program, with easy-to-follow lessons which are sometimes quite amusing!
Hands-On Essays is designed for middle and high school students and it is written directly to the student. The curriculum has 16 lessons and the DVD portion of each lesson averages about 5-10 minutes in length. The DVD reaches the auditory learners while the DVD and handbook provide for the visual learner. By using the hand as the outline for essays, the kinesthetic learner is also satisfied.
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