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Topics covered in this Grade 6 curriculum include: types of sentences, capitalization, prepositions, diagramming, conjunctions, pronouns, adjectives, irregular verbs, antecedents, interjections, subject-verb agreement, and more.
This kit includes a Student Textbook with approximately 107 lessons, a Student Workbook, and a Teacher's Guide that includes answer keys and tests. The program consists of daily lessons, review sets, and tests that are sequenced to build skills and concepts. The Student Text is written directly to the student and provides instruction on key grammar and usage concepts with bolded words and examples; writing exercises are given daily. The workbook provides additional practice opportunities and opportunities for assessment. The Teacher's Guide includes answers and test blackline masters, as well as a class schedule.
The Teacher's Guide includes a short message to the teacher, schedule, a complete set of answer keys (for the textbook practice and review sets, writing lessons, tests, and more practice worksheets), and test masters. Tests and writing lessons are designed to be administered every 5 lessons (after the first 10). Teacher book is softcover.
This 2nd Edition has been revised and updated, and now meets Common Core Standards for Language and Writing.
This Hakes Grammar and Writing Grade 6, 2nd Edition kit includes:
- 1 Teacher Guide, 234 pages, softcover, 2nd Edition.
- 1 Student Text, 601 pages, 107 lessons indexed, softcover, 2nd Edition.
- 1 Student Workbook, 158 pages, softcover, 2nd Edition.
Vendor: Saxon Publishing
Publication Date: 2013
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Dilettante Mommy3 Stars Out Of 5Example of WorkloadSeptember 15, 2017Dilettante MommyQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 2For Monday of Week Three (Lesson Eleven):
1) Students copy out a paragraph of dictation, for the dictation test on Friday
2) Complete textbook Lesson 11, Practice problems a-o, Review Set problems 1-30
3) Workbook Lesson 11: **Write a complete essay**
4) Workbook Lesson Silly Story #1: students generate a list of 24 words by parts of speech, and fill in a Mad Lib
5) Test 1: 25 problems
I have no objections to the quality of the material at this point, but I must point out to the prospective buyer that the textbook author is... shall we say, unrealistic?... about the time demands he imposes on the students.
"Because of the incremental nature of this program, it is essential that the lessons be taught in order, that all review sets are completed, and that no lessons are skipped."
Depending on the attention span of your young students, this proposed workload could almost be cruel. I would urge parents to cut study material where they deem appropriate.