The articulate use of language is a foundational tool for Christian scholarship.
The articulate use of language is a foundational tool for Christian scholarship. Instruction interrelates with the World Literature course to provide topics for students to use as they analyze, interpret, and evaluate the readings.
This semester engages students in developing expository writing. Students will explore the concepts of theme, audience, and paragraph structure. Language arts comprehension and skills are strengthened by studying Latin and Greek roots, and through proper use of MLA formatting. Students will also sharpen their skills through fun games and activities designed to teach grammar.
This semester teaches students persuasive writing, and how to expand their creativity through writing poetry and the art of the fairy tale. Students will learn the skills of writing a summary and evaluating writing samples. Students will also sharpen their skills through fun games and activities designed to teach grammar and capitalization.
(1 Student Independent Use license; includes 36 lessons)