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Language Arts Companion: English Grammar III Essentials

English Grammar III  Essentials Detailed List of Contents Demo Lesson Subscribe for Online Learning! Order Now! English Grammar III Essentials is a comprehensive yet fundamental English language arts program that covers 33 learning objectives in six Units. The learning objectives correlate to language arts curriculum standards for grades 5 to 7.

English Grammar III Essentials provides the necessary grammar tools to enable students to compose in a variety formats and styles. The proper structure and use of sentences, phrases, and paragraphs for clear and concise creative writing are addressed. The misuse of commonly confused words, research and library skills, and the nature of different writing formats are also addressed.

This is one of two Essentials courses in the Language Arts Series as it provides the fundamental and important rules of grammar usage and effective writing. It is a substantial grammar reference for people of all ages.

Pre-tests provide individual assessment of learning needs and allow for the development of customized lessons. Progress can be tracked by teachers for several classes! Excellent as remedial program or for enriched/accelerated learning.

This educational software includes audio-supported instruction and worksheets (which need to be printed) for selective use by teachers, parents, or tutors.

System Requirements: Windows 8, 7, Vista, XP - 128 MB RAM, 205 MB Hard Disk Space


  • Lessons include:
    • Audio-supported instruction
    • Practice work on printable worksheets
    • Writing activities
    • A quiz scored by the software
  • Use Unit Tests to:
    • Assess learning needs (pre-test)
    • Confirm learning gains (post-test)
    • Track progress with results
  • This Course can be deployed on school networks, integrated with learning management systems, and alternatively, can be taken online (www.corelearningonline.com)

English Grammar III Essential - List of Topics

  • Unit 1: Sentence Structure
    • Lesson 1: The Subject in Unusual Positions
    • Lesson 2: Using Adjectives & Adverbs
    • Lesson 3: Subject and Object Pronouns
    • Lesson 4: Sentence Designs
    • Lesson 5: Verbs after There, Here, and Where
    • Lesson 6: Using Negatives Correctly

  • Unit 2: Using Phrases
    • Lesson 1: Prepositional Phrases as an Adjective or Adverb
    • Lesson 2: Verb Phrases
    • Lesson 3: Be Verbs – Noun Phrases
    • Lesson 4: Be Verbs – Adjective Phrases
    • Lesson 5: Be Verbs – Adverb Phrases
    • Lesson 6: Be Verbs – Prepositional Phrases

  • Unit 3: Confusing Words
    • Lesson 1: Special Verbs: Let, Leave; Teach, Learn; Lie, Lay
    • Lesson 2: Special Verbs: Rise, Raise; Sit, Set
    • Lesson 3: Adjectives: Good, Better, Best, Well, Bad, Worse, Worst
    • Lesson 4: Pronouns: Who, Whom, Himself, Herself, Ourselves, Themselves
    • Lesson 5: Homophones and Near Homophones
    • Lesson 6: More Homophones and Near Homophones

  • Unit 4: Paragraph Writing
    • Lesson 1: Kinds of Paragraphs
    • Lesson 2: Outlines
    • Lesson 3: Written Reports
    • Lesson 4: Fact and Opinion
    • Lesson 5: Proofreading and Editing

  • Unit 5: Dictionary and Reference Materials
    • Lesson 1: Alphabetizing and Guide Words
    • Lesson 2: Common Reference Materials
    • Lesson 3: Fiction and Nonfiction
    • Lesson 4: Library Media Skills
    • Lesson 5: Internet Research

  • Unit 6: Writing Formats
    • Lesson 1: Letters and Correspondence
    • Lesson 2: Similes and Metaphors
    • Lesson 3: Summary and Compositions
    • Lesson 4: Writing Persuasive Articles
    • Lesson 5: Kinds of Poetry

  • Appendix: Glossary


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