Skills for Language Arts (Teacher Guide)
From the basics of grammar to a voyage through classic literature, this course lays a foundation for students who are serious about communicating their message.
- Includes a grammar review, basic writing and reading skills, and age-appropriate readings
- Daily assignments bring the language study to life, with a year-long writing project to develop writing skills over time
- Examines insightful texts, including scenes from Elijah’s life, The Cross and the Switchblade, and The Hobbit.
Junior high studies prepare students for higher learning, with Skills for Language Arts not only developing their basic grammar skills, but communication skills so vital for high school. The course is developed on a 34-week schedule, with the teacher guide providing a daily lesson plan and all necessary worksheets and exams. Depending on the grading option chosen, a parent/educator will be able to grade daily concept builders, weekly tests, and essays. If a student has satisfactorily completed all assignments for this course, it is equivalent to one credit of writing and one credit of grammar.