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If you have been looking for a wonderful language arts curriculum to add to your homeschooling plans for next year, Learning Language Arts Through Literature just might be it! With 36 lessons on a variety of language topics, this program will help you student improve their skills in a number of areas.
Each weekly lesson is divided into easy-to-use daily plans, making homeschooling simple for both you and your child. There isn’t much preparation needed for these lessons either, so it’s a time saver as well as a great instruction book.
This language arts program isn’t just about lecturing your student either. Each lesson provides hands-on activities that let your apply skills they are mastering by journal writing, creative writing, and more.
My children and I have recently had an opportunity to review the Learning Language Arts Through Literature Tan Book (geared toward 6th grade) and we really found that we loved the way this program was set up. It includes so many different skills.
Skills Mastered with The Tan Book:
- Creative Writing
Four interesting book studies are also included in The Tan Book for language arts. For each book study, this text provides a book summary, vocabulary skills, and other fun activities. There is little for you to plan when it comes to the book studies presented in this guide.
There is a unit in The Tan Book dedicated to helping your student learn how to write a research paper. This will not only be a great tool for your child, but a helpful refresher for you as well. It’s probably been a while since you wrote a research paper!
Your student will also learn how to properly use the library with this program. Research will become easier, so your student can learn on his own and produce quality papers using information obtained from the library.
One great feature of Learning Language Arts through Literature is the review exercises provided at the end of each lesson. Repetition is a great way to learn and master necessary skills, especially in the field of language arts. There are also supplied assessments so you will always know where your child is in terms of the material covered throughout the course.
If you’re looking for an engaging Language Arts curriculum that ties in both Literature and Language Arts, as well as spelling, creative writing, and more, Learning Language Arts Through Literature is for you!
Learning Language Arts Through Literature is available at Common Sense Press!
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