Excerpt from Grammar Granules – Essential Elements of English

Excerpt from Grammar Granules - Essential Elements of English

Excerpt from Grammar Granules – Essential Elements of English

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This guide is essential for homeschool high schoolers as they work through their research papers and essays. Good grammar makes better communication (and better grades on their papers). Not only that, when a teen feels confident in their grammar use, they can feel more confident in their day-to-day communication. When adolescents use good grammar, people pay more attention to what they are saying.

This little guide helps teens parse through the confusing (or easy to forget) facets of the English language that can trip up the average speaker and writer. Give your teens some grammar support with our Grammar Granules- Essential Elements of English, affordable help for homeschool high schoolers.

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Excerpt from Grammar Granules - Essential Elements of English

Sabrina Justison

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4 Replies to “Excerpt from Grammar Granules – Essential Elements of English”

  1. Looking for a ELA curriculum for my up and coming 8th grade daughter. She needs a good challenge. What do you recommend of what you have? Thanks!

    • Hi Tammy!
      I have often had confident 8th graders in our local community classes for Lit. and Writing when we used curriculum that was “technically” for high school. My expectation for their writing assignments was lower than what I expected from juniors and seniors, of course, and sometimes I chose to substitute an especially-long title with a shorter book if the pace of reading was too much. I would go with One Year of ELA – A Good Fit for 9th Grade, and (as always) feel freedom to adapt the curriculum to the student. Hope that helps!

  2. Good question, Kimberly. This is an excellent supplement but if he’s way behind, you might want to get a user-friendly non-graded full grammar curriculum that can catch him up. There are lots to choose from. One we have enjoyed is Language Mechanic from Critical Thinking Press.

  3. Is this appropriate for a 9th grader who is very far behind; possibly 6th grade? His comprehension is amazing. He is just behind due to family situations.

    Thank you,
    Kim

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