Well-Ordered Language Level 4A Student Book
Level 4 (grades 6-7) continue using tools and diagramming to analyze more advanced grammatical concepts in even more complicated sentences. The consumable Student contains a glossary of terms (defined and includes the book level and chapter used), song lyrics, a few pages for notes, and short bios with photos of all authors referenced. Each weekly lesson follows a repeated format of review, learn, practice, learn, and analyze. Students analyze sentences and learn grammar in choral form (with movements and gestures) and make written notations. A To the Source section brings out Greek and Latin roots.
Well-Ordered Language Level 4 is the fourth part in a four-level series that demonstrates that grammar is an engaging study that appeals to students natural curiosity about words and language. The previous level, Well-Ordered Language Level 3, aided students in mastering predicate verbs, nominatives, and adjectives; prepositional phrases; personal pronouns; sensory linking verbs; indirect objects; interrogative pronouns; relative (adjectival) clauses; adverbial elements and clauses; reflexive pronouns; verbals; and types of sentences (simple, compound, complex, and compound-complex). Any student who has mastered these concepts should be prepared for Well-Ordered Language Level 4.
Student Edition Features:
A one-semester course for grades 5 or 6 and up
In Book 4A, students will review and strengthen skills already learned in previous levels while also being introduced to several new concepts. Students will also continue to develop their understanding of diagramming sentences, visualizing the grammatical relationships within increasingly complex sentences. In Well-Ordered Language Level 4A (WOL 4A) students will learn about:
- Sentence diagramming (visualizing grammatical relationships within sentences)
- Principal elements, adverbs & adjectives
- Predicate verbs, predicate nominatives & predicate adjectives
- Prepositional phrases
- Personal pronouns
- Indirect objects
- Interrogative pronouns & interrogative adverbs
- Relative clauses with relative pronouns & relative adverbs