Daily lessons provide high school students with a firm grasp on the basics of grammar: capitalization, punctuation, grammar and sentence combining (with an emphasis on expository writing) are all thoroughly covered. Designed as an introduction to the important concepts students will need to know, Easy Grammar not only introduces new topics, but teaches them throughout the course; within the capitalization and sentence combining portions, students are also exposed to history, literature, health, science, and other interdisciplinary subjects. Using the same building-block approach as other Easy Grammar books, students will build upon their knowledge in only 10 minute increments, leaving ample time for literature, writing, and other important high school coursework. Teach your students step-by-step or let them work independently. Grade 12.
PLEASE NOTE: There was a printing error on a batch and this student workbook might say "teacher's edition" on the cover. This is just a typo and it's really the student book. Covers may vary.
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This teacher's guide accompanies Easy Grammar Ultimate Grade 12 Student Workbook. Concepts are expanded and reviewed through bold-font lesson discussion ideas for teachers to communicate to their students. Classroom reproducible student pages are included, with line listed answers in the back. 180 Days included. Softcover.
This Easy Grammar Ultimate Grade 12+ Test Book accompanies the Easy Grammar Ultimate Grade 12 Student Workbook.
Tests feature a variety of editing, matching, and writing exercises; a total of 18 assessments are included. Answer keys are provided on the opposite side of the test. Perforated pages, softcover. Tests are reproducible for student use. Grade 12.