Schoolio Language Arts: Unit 1 (94 Pages)
This Schoolio unit is designed to be suitable for any student learner ready to begin at a grade 3 working level.
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There are five Schoolio Language units, each designed to be used consecutively or to stand alone. Each unit is intended to take a minimum of 4 weeks.
Each of the five units include:
- 2 writing styles taught over 8 lessons. Students learn and practice each style, ending with a final, edited product of their own creation.
- 4 grammar topics, each consisting of two lessons with practice work included to help solidify concepts.
- 1 reading study broken into 6 parts, focused on a specific type of literary text. Book recommendations are included and referenced, but many of the follow-up questions can be used with any books of your choice.
- 6 grade-level-appropriate reading comprehension passages with follow-up questions to measure your student learner’s comprehension levels.
- 4 writing prompts to help get the creative ideas flowing and encourage students to explore their personal writing style and discover a love of reading and writing.
- 4 lists of spelling words, each with two practice worksheets, and a dictation test to assess the student learners retention of the words.
Each Schoolio Language Arts unit also includes a sample schedule, lessons organised by order on the schedule, and helpful explanations and tips for parents and teachers before you begin.
This program is completely open and go, the only additional items you need are the recommended books if you choose to use them.
This 94-page unit includes:
- Writing Styles
- Book Review
- Simple Fiction
- Grammar Topics
- Hard and Soft “C” and Hard and Soft “G”,
- “Y” as a Vowel,
- Compound Words
- Reading Study
- Genre Study – Aesop’s Fables
- Reading Comprehension
- Creative Writing Prompts
- Spelling Words
In the Schoolio Language Arts Program students learn about and practice various styles of writing, dig into reading studies, practice their grammar skills, and engage in fun, creative writing exercises, all integrated together throughout the program.