Learning Language Arts Through Literature Orange Teacher's EBOOK

Learning Language Arts Through Literature Orange Teacher's EBOOK


With literature as a basis, this innovative program uses an integrated approach as it takes your students through all the activities needed to learn reading, grammar, vocabulary, spelling, writing, research, study skills, creative writing, poetry and higher-order thinking skills.

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Sample of Book Studies

Teacher Book features:
  1.  32 weekly lessons divided into easy-to-use daily plans.
  2.  Book Studies:  using four classic reading books.
  3.  Everyday Words:  taken from literature to teach grammar, spelling,
       and writing through dictation and activities.
  4.  Newspaper Unit:  paragraph writing, vocabulary, research, creating a newspaper.
  5.  Research Unit:  fact-gathering, note-taking, writing research papers.
  6.  Journal Writing:  map-making, caption creating, perspective writing.
  7.  Creating Books:  story writing, book binding.
  6.  Teacher friendly, with little or no preparation needed!
  7.  Review Activities follow most lessons providing additional skill practice.
  8.  Assessments help teachers to evaluate student's progress.
  9.  Teacher Notes and answers are in the margin of the teacher book.
10.  Skills index provides an easy reference for locating page where skills are taught.

Sequential order of Reading Books used for Book Studies in this program:
1.  The Boxcar Children,  by Gertrude Warner
2.  Wilbur and Orville Wright:  Young Fliers,  by Augusta Stevenson
3.  Benjamin Franklin:  Young Printer,  by Augusta Stevenson
4.  Sign of the Beaver,  by Elizabeth Speare

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Paperback.  248 pages.
For parent/teacher.
By Debbie Strayer.

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