This is the perfect English grammar program to supplement your Latin study. It's comprehensive, but simple.
There is no long, drawn-out busywork, only straight-to-the-point grammar facts. Every lesson features an oral recitation and practice sentences, allowing the student to memorize and apply 25 important grammar rules, 10 capitalization rules, and 9 punctuation rules over the course of a year.
Introduction to Composition Course focuses on the concepts of narration, dictation, and copywork. Reading passages are taken from Farmer Boy, Charlotte’s Web, and The Moffats. Students are given guided questions to help them formulate a summary of the passage they have read. After giving an oral summary of their reading, their written work consists of a written summary and copying a couple of sentences from dictation. The goal of this first writing course is to help students become more proficient in listening and writing skills, a great preparation for the Memoria Press writing program, Classical Composition. Introduction to Composition is composed of 30 lessons, a year-long writing course that goes along perfectly with the Third Grade Literature Guides, but can be used independently as well.
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