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Course Summary:

Foundational language skills through five key components:

  1. Phonics
  2. Spelling & Penmanship
  3. Reading & Literature
  4. Grammar & Composition
  5. Poetry & Sayings
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Course Summary:

Focus on building foundational language skills through phonics, reading, literature, grammar, composition, and poetry, with a progression from basic phonograms to reading children’s novels and analyzing literary elements, all aimed at nurturing students’ aesthetic sense, moral imagination, and proficiency in language arts.

Syllabus

Course Summary:

Groundwork for all subjects by fostering language arts proficiency, introducing storytelling structure and artistic language examples, and guiding students from phonograms to reading children’s novels, focusing on phonics, literature, grammar, and poetry.

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Course Summary:

Focus on vocabulary expansion, Greek and Latin root words, phonics, spelling, and penmanship in cursive, developing writing skills from sentences to multiple paragraphs, exploring literature, participating in discussions, analyzing grammar, and studying poetry for recitation and understanding.

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Course Summary:

Scholars engage with exemplary literature and poetry, participate in phonics and spelling exercises, study grammar through sentence diagramming, and practice composition skills, culminating in the analysis and imitation of great works, fostering comprehensive language proficiency and literary appreciation.

Course Summary:

Emphasizes language’s beauty and flexibility through grammar, composition, literature exploration, and poetry, fostering a deeper understanding and appreciation of language’s nuances.

Course Summary:

Reinforces language arts skills, emphasizing clear writing through short illustrative paragraphs, preparing students for analytical reading and writing by engaging in detailed discussions about characters, setting, plot, and meaning, and studying classic literature including “The Adventures of Tom Sawyer,” “Anne of Green Gables,” and other notable books.

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