Category: Language Arts

Grammar, spelling, and writing resources.

American Literature Texts

American Literature Texts

In American Literature, students will study nine full-length works of fiction and associated context resources. Students who choose the Honors option will read eighteen full-length works of fiction, including prose, poetry, drama, and more. A brief chapter in...

World Literature Texts

World Literature Texts

In World Literature, students will study eight full-length works of fiction and in the seventh module, significant selections from the The Portable Nineteenth-Century Russian Reader. Students who choose the Honors option will read eighteen texts over...

British Literature Texts

British Literature Texts

In British Literature, students will study nine full-length works of fiction, including prose, poetry, and drama, as well as associated context resources. Students who choose the Honors option will read eighteen full-length works of fiction, including prose, poetry,...

Literature and Composition Texts

Literature and Composition Texts

In Literature and Composition, students will study nine full-length works of fiction and six short stories. Students who choose the Honors option will read eighteen full-length works of fiction and twelve short stories. A brief chapter in...

Introduction to Literature Texts

Introduction to Literature Texts

In Introduction to Literature, students will study eight full-length works of fiction and six short stories. Students who choose the Honors option will read sixteen full-length works of fiction and twelve short stories. A brief chapter in...

You can teach your child to write; dictation, composition, and more.

You Can Teach Your Child to Write, Part 2

Part 2: Dictation, Composition, and Evaluation Don’t forget to read Part 1! Dictation Sharpens Writing Mechanics When the child has gained skill in copying and narration, it is time to begin working with dictation....

You can teach your child to write: PART 1: READINESS, READING, COPYING, AND NARRATION.

You Can Teach Your Child to Write, Part 1

Part 1: Readiness, Reading, Copying, and Narration Writing – the art of communicating thoughts to the mind, through the eye – is the great invention of the world. Great, very great in enabling us...

How to Use Excellence in Literature curriculum.

How to use Excellence in Literature

What does a month look like for a student using Excellence in Literature? Have you wondered how to use Excellence in Literature? Here is an overview of how to use the study guide and...

1857 McGuffey Readers with Instructions for Use with Charlotte Mason's Language Arts Methods: Six volumes for grades K-12.

McGuffey Reader FAQ

Although we have tried to answer every possible question about the McGuffey Readers on the main page and in the individual book description pages, there are a few questions that have cropped up about the curriculum...

McGuffey Fourth Reader: 1857 edition with Charlotte Mason method instructions

McGuffey Improvements to the 1857 Edition

What is the difference between the 1857 edition of the McGuffey Readers and the earlier edition?  The 1857 edition is the first edition with all six readers. The fifth and sixth readers were new for this edition, and were...

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