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Vendor: Common Sense Press
Publication Date: 1998
|Dimensions: 11 X 8 1/2 X 1 (inches)|
Learning Language Arts Through Literature Red Book Pack, Grade 2Susan S. SimpsonCommon Sense Press / 1998 / Trade Paperback$67.89 Retail:4.5 Stars Out Of 5 15 Reviews
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Lifepac Language Arts Grade 3 Unit 2: Building Words and SentencesAlpha Omega Publications / Trade Paperback$6.26 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 1 Reviews
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Learning Language Arts Through Literature, Teachers Guide Gr. 3Common Sense Press / Trade Paperback$20.89 Retail:4.5 Stars Out Of 5 2 Reviews
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Learning Language Arts Through Literature, Grade 6, Activity TanSusan S. Simpson, Diane WelchCommon Sense Press / 1998 / Trade Paperback$18.99 Retail:4.5 Stars Out Of 5 7 Reviews
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ABC5 Stars Out Of 5Well paced coverageFebruary 24, 2017ABCQuality: 0Value: 0Meets Expectations: 0I like the progression of what the students are expected to write. My son doesn't like writing but this course requires that he write just a little bit each week. It seems like just enough writing to give him the practice he needs to build his confidence but not so much that he hates it.
Jessi5 Stars Out Of 5Great CiriculumMay 24, 2016JessiQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Love this for my kids! Very easy to follow and teach.
Angie5 Stars Out Of 5Excited to use!!!May 7, 2016AngieQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5It was a hard transition from public to homeschool and my 2nd grader was really restless with all the subjects we were trying to cover this year. So when a friend loaned me her LLATL teacher book to check out, I was sold! I loved how pressure free it is at working with your child where they are at instead of forcing them to finish every page or activity to complete the whole book. As a parent, I felt freed to really engage with my child and not be tethered to a check list of thing we need to complete! My child now is excited to start the new book next year, he has even started a few pages!
MaryRTOPhilippinesAge: 35-44Gender: female4 Stars Out Of 5Good All-in-One Language BookOctober 9, 2015MaryRTOPhilippinesAge: 35-44Gender: femaleQuality: 4Value: 4Meets Expectations: 4I heard about LLATL from a mom who had great results with her son who didn't like reading and writing. I discovered the same thing she did as we used it - so easy to use, little prep required, keeps my youngest interested in his work, teaches the nuts and bolts of the language in a fun and easy way. My other kids want to try it, too.
It's a good solid curriculum for English, a bit pricey and not easily adaptable for multi-level teaching but definitely teacher- and learner-friendly.
Kathy5 Stars Out Of 5Language Arts the Natural Learning WayMarch 31, 2014KathyQuality: 5Value: 5Meets Expectations: 5Learning Language Arts through Literature is based on the educational philosophy of Dr. Ruth Beechick and her natural learning method as outlined in her books, "The Three R'," "Language and Thinking for Young Children," and "You Can Teach Your Child Successfully." The curriculum is authored by the late Debbie Strayer, a homeschooling mother, teacher, author and public speaker.
Learning Language Arts through Literature Yellow Book is a comprehensive language arts curriculum which teaches phonics, spelling, reading, grammar, composition, research and study skills, higher order thinking skills, creative expression, games, and penmanship. The author has chosen "real books" which are the back bone for the curriculum's lessons. "Real Book" selections include: "Madeline," "The Courage of Sarah Noble," "Meet George Washington," and "The While Stallion."
Literature passages from "real books" such as "The Other Kitten," "The Tale of Jeremy Vole," and "Bible Stories to Read" are utilized for copy work and dictation. Learning Language Arts through Literature incorporates choral reading, drama, illustrating, oral presentation, pantomime, poetry, puzzles, and riddles into the daily lesson plans.
The instructors guide is comprised of easy to use lesson plans spanning a period of 36 weeks. Each lesson is made up of the following components: New Skills Taught, Materials Needed, Scripted Lesson Plan, Higher Order Thinking Skills, Answers, Examples, Diagrams and References to the student activity book. The Skills Index is an easy to use reference for the teaching parent. Assessments allow the teacher to evaluate the student's progress. Review activities follow the lessons to provide the student with additional skills practice. Placement tests are available online at the Common Sense Press website.
As a homeschooler, I have perused several language arts curriculums. I cannot praise this curriculum enough! Learning Language Arts Through Literature receives an A+ from this homeschooling parent!
Q: Do I need other curriculum if I order LLATL 3rd? i.e. do I still need curriculum like Easy Grammar, Spelling, Word Wise? It seems to me that this book has had everthing, but I am not sure.
This curriculum incorporates reading, vocabulary, spelling, grammar and writing. You would only need to supplement it with additional resources if you want to dig deeper into that particular topic.
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