English 3 Teacher Edition 3rd Edition
The teacher edition provides ideas to engage students, strategies to enhance instruction, and assessment opportunities to gauge learning. There are 180 lessons divided into 14 chapters. Seven chapters focus on standard English conventions. One chapter focuses on study and research skills. Six writing chapters use the five-step writing process to guide students in writing poetry and narrative, opinion, and informational text. Purposeful, scaffolded lesson content and well-developed questions strengthen critical thinking.
Reviews parts of speech previously learned, adding pronouns. Studies and reviews antonyms, synonyms, homonyms, and correct use of verbs. Introduces paragraph composition and development. Toolkit CD and Worktext Answer Key are included in Teacher's Ed.
Beginning in grade 2, Bob Jones offers a complete English program at all levels to train students to communicate effectively. Both oral and written skills are developed, with increasing emphasis on composition at the upper levels. Everything that you would expect in an English program is here from mechanics, to word types, grammar (including parts of speech and diagramming), and all types and forms of writing - including analysis and composition. As with all Bob Jones materials, the course integrates Christian themes and references. Teacher's Editions contain daily lesson plans and answers to the student worktext exercises. Student worktexts are consumable and are centered on different themes at each grade level. Testpacks are made up of ready-to-use tests for each chapter, and answers to these are found in the Testpack Key. Brief overviews of skills by grade level are below. Required materials are listed first, followed by asterisked (*) items that are considered optional. Supplemental materials used at multiple grade levels are listed after the grade-level listings. Home School Kits contain Teacher's Edition, Worktext and test material at a lower price.
These materials offer complete coverage of both writing and grammar.