|Climbing to Good English||SchoolAid|
This English curriculum provides solid instruction in language arts as well as in research and writing skills. Though written originally for Amish schools, it is very suitable for homeschool and classroom use in grades 1-8.
The workbooks fit both slow and fast students with plenty of work on each page for average students.
Those in homeschool and small-school settings will benefit from the fact Climbing to Good English is designed for use in multi-grade situations.
Grades 1-3 each have five lessons per week. Grades 4-8 have three lessons per week with optional supplemental practice pages available for use on the other two days (or as review work, practice work, or extra work).
The easy-to-use teacher guides suggest ways of presenting lessons, give ideas for drill and extra work, and present the answers. Also included are review work, tests, and suggested grading methods.
Starting with a phonics review and introduction to basic parts of speech and writing skills in grade one, Climbing to Good English takes the student through to advanced language arts skills in grade eight.
Climbing to Good English is very thorough and advanced.
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