New LA: Learning Language Through Literature

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  • jeaninpa

    English fpr tjhe Thoughtful Child is often included in this list as well.


    Wouldn’t ‘Writing With Ease’ and ‘First Language Lessons’ be comparable books also?


    We use Writing Tales.


    mrsmccardell, I looked at and used some of Queens material and would not recommend it.

    I prefere to use Spelling Wisdom for copywork and dictation. I bought a couple of Queens copywork books, they have so many typos and I don’t find they work well for dictations. Their other books (can’t remember how they are called?) with 4 subject in one do not cover any subject well IMHO.

    Serl books are better but I do prefere using different books for ever subject personaly.


    I have a 6th grader. Does level 5 teach students how to write (paragraph structure, topic sentences, etc)? I have only looked into Writing with Skill (I think that’s the title).



    I just heard about this curriculum from another thread I posted in looking for help in choosing Lang. Arts for our family.

    I downloaded the samples, but couldn’t see where the books come into play. Are there assigned reading pages/chapters to go along with the lessons or is it more of a read at your own pace kind of thing?

    I love the idea of this, and am looking for something like this, but I also need direction and clear instructions of what to do and when.

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