English I

English I is the first of a series of four comprehensive English classes which includes all of the following: grammar, poetry, literature, writing, and vocabulary. It is designed for late elementary schoolers and early middle schoolers. Prerequisite skills for this class include (1) the ability to recognize the basic parts of speech—nouns and verbs, (2) the ability to read at grade level, (3) the ability to write a complete sentence. This class also builds English skills from the basics and is designed to flow into the next course (English II). Grades 4th to 7th

Teacher Jana Bontrager
Time Fall and Spring Mondays 1pm EST
Class Duration 90 Minutes
30
Live Meetings
Homework Load Approximately one hour per day
Grade Range Late Elementary OR Middle School
Tuition $400.00

English I Sample Class

Teacher Jana Bontrager
Time Fall and Spring Mondays 1pm EST
Class Duration 90 Minutes
30
Live Meetings
Homework Load Approximately one hour per day
Grade Range Late Elementary OR Middle School
Tuition $400.00

Materials

Visit www.royalfireworkspress.com to view Michael Clay Thompson’s Grammar Island, Building Language, The Music of the Hemispheres, Practice Island, and Sentence Island (video about MCT’s books). Novels include Holes, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Where the Red Fern Grows, A Wrinkle in Time, and The Jungle Book. ISBN numbers for the novels don’t matter.

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