Write Ahead SkillsBook Grade 10
Beginning with a brief introduction to the topic and an example to complete the activity, students receive grade level practice for the rules and examples found in the Proofreader’s Guide in the Handbook. Although the program uses the same Write Ahead Handbook across Grades 9-10, activities are varied with more challenging exercises in Grade 10. Cross-references to the "Proofreader's Guide" in Write Ahead help your students find more rules and examples to improve their use of language conventions. Includes extensive practice in combining sentences, correcting sentence errors (run-ons, comma splices, fragments) and using the parts of speech.
The Write Ahead SkillsBook (Grade 10) is filled with language activities that help your students improve the correctness of their writing. These lessons complement the writing units in the Write Ahead student handbook, allowing your students to learn grammar skills and apply them immediately in their revising and editing. You'll find 134 pages devoted to practice activities covering these conventions of language:
Make sure to order a Write Ahead SkillsBook Teacher's Edition (Grade 10) so that you will have all the answers.
Each SkillsBook activity includes a brief introduction to the topic and examples showing how to complete the activity. Cross-references to the "Proofreader's Guide" in Write Ahead help your students find more rules and examples to improve their use of language conventions. Your students will also get extensive practice in combining sentences, correcting sentence errors (run-ons, comma splices, fragments, and so on), and using the parts of speech (noun, pronoun, verb, and so on).
From the creators of the effective Write Source Program, Thoughtful Learning’s K-12 Writing prioritizes the building of strong writers from kindergarten through adulthood. Teaching the process and traits of writing, major modes, listening and speaking, studying and test taking, students will understand and apply the writing process at all levels through this cohesive spiral program. Grammar, usage, and mechanics are integrated with writing instruction. Applying writing skills across the curriculum includes assignments that use the various writing forms to major content areas (taking notes, summarizing/paraphrasing, learning logs). Multimedia reports, email communications, planning personal websites, and citing electronic sources are integrated with more traditional writing experiences. Extensive coverage and well-developed evaluation rubrics based on the six traits of writing are part of the revising/editing process. Worth mentioning, there are occasional references to classroom activities, although most of these can easily be done in a homeschool setting.
Colorfully illustrated, the 6.5” x 9” Student Handbooks provide user friendly lessons, visually appealing information, and an emphasis on self-review. The comprehensive online Teacher Guide is available at the publisher’s website. The Teacher Guide includes the scope and sequence, yearlong timetable, getting-started activities, lesson plans, assessment supports, downloadable activities, lesson specific mini lessons and more. Parents and Teachers will appreciate the lesson correlations CCSS, TEKS, and LAFS.
Recommended but optional, the SkillsBooks provide systematic grammar, usage, and mechanics practice at each grade level. The SkillsBook Teacher’s Edition includes full size student pages with answers (if indicated). No additional teaching instruction included. Grade level courses are available as well as All Write, a remedial ELA program that enables middle school students to catch up before high school. It is also an excellent resource for ESL/ELL students. Available individually or in a package with Handbook, SkillsBook, and SkillsBook Teacher Guide. See individual grade levels for content overview. Convenient grade level packages are available, and include the Handbook (with online Teacher’s Guide), SkillsBook, and SkillsBook Teacher’s Edition.
These materials offer complete coverage of both writing and grammar.
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