Learning Language Arts Through Literature Red Program

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Item #: 000345
ISBN: 9781929683109
Grade: 2

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Publisher:Common Sense Press
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Learning 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 Red Book is a comprehensive language arts curriculum which teaches phonics spelling reading grammar composition research and study skills and 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: �A Tree is Nice � �Little Bear � �The Fire Cat � �Bravest Dog Ever � �Ox-Cart Man � �Corduroy � �The Little Island � �Billy and Blaze � �Harry the Dirty Dog � and �Abraham Lincoln� Literature passages from �real books� are utilized for copy work and dictation Learning Language Arts through Literature incorporates word wheels flip books cut and paste activities and games into the daily lesson plans The Red Book contains six readers �In Out and About Catfish Pond � Up Down and Around the Rain Tree � �Forest Fables � �Underwater Friends � �All Around the Farm � and Famous People � illustrated by acclaimed artist Jack Stockman The student workbook is consumable 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 Assessments allow the teacher to evaluate the student�s progress Phonics Facts Grammar Guides Syllable Sense and Punctuation Pointers provide reinforcement as the student learns the mechanics of reading grammar and spelling 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!
March 30, 2014
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We did the blue program and didn't love it but my homeschool mom friends assure me, it gets better and eventually with this program they can independently do the programs so we'll hope red is better than blue!
Christa B on Jul 14, 2016
I needed a Language Arts program for my struggling reader, and after looking around at several different things, I decided this would be the best fit. I like a textbook approach, and there are hands on things for my son to do. I wanted to start small and move up, as trying to teach grammar to someone who cannot read well could be difficult.
Molly P on Jun 13, 2016
We did the blue program and didn't love it but my homeschool mom friends assure me, it gets better and eventually with this program they can independently do the programs so we'll hope red is better than blue!
Christa B on Jul 14, 2016
LLATL is a fantastic product. I used the Tan Book two years ago and the Green Book last school year. I have tried other language arts products and found LLATL to be superior. Though we have caught some errors in the books, they are very well conceived with excellent literary excerpts, writing exercises, and book studies. Tying English language usage to great literature has worked so well for my older kids, so I am excited to try it with my second grader as well.
Brad A on Jul 11, 2016
I needed a Language Arts program for my struggling reader, and after looking around at several different things, I decided this would be the best fit. I like a textbook approach, and there are hands on things for my son to do. I wanted to start small and move up, as trying to teach grammar to someone who cannot read well could be difficult.
Molly P on Jun 13, 2016
I picked this program because it interested me. I am a new homeschool mom. I hope that my 2nd grader will love this curriculum. I saw a youtube video from another homeschool mom that was using this program. It sparked my interest.
Dwight P on Feb 10, 2016
good all-inclusive and affordable language arts program
Kendra S on Jan 5, 2016
I love the LLATL curriculum!
Sarah S on Nov 24, 2015
LLATL is a fantastic product. I used the Tan Book two years ago and the Green Book last school year. I have tried other language arts products and found LLATL to be superior. Though we have caught some errors in the books, they are very well conceived with excellent literary excerpts, writing exercises, and book studies. Tying English language usage to great literature has worked so well for my older kids, so I am excited to try it with my second grader as well.
Brad A on Jul 11, 2016
I picked this program because it interested me. I am a new homeschool mom. I hope that my 2nd grader will love this curriculum. I saw a youtube video from another homeschool mom that was using this program. It sparked my interest.
Dwight P on Feb 10, 2016