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  • Item #: 033917
    ISBN: 9781483818252
    Retail: $12.99
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      The 26-piece Parts of Speech Set includes: a large chart, 9 small charts (15” x 11”) and 16 blank word cards.  Each small chart features one part of speech with definition, examples, and an example sentence. The small charts are color-coded to match the large chart. The large chart includes 9 parts of speech (nouns, pronouns, verbs, adjectives, articles, adverbs, prepositions, conjunctions, and interjections), paired with an explanation on how to use each one. Blank word cards add an additional level or interaction and are color-coded to support learning.

  • Item #: 032873
    ISBN: 9781683441007
    Retail: $13.99
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    Everything you need to use with Todd Friel's video It's Not Greek To Me to create a good one-semester (9-week) starter course for your middle and high school students. You get a suggested daily schedule, alphabet chart, worksheets, practice sheets, quizzes and answers in a user-friendly format. Not a typical language course, you won't have daily work in pronunciation or conjugating verbs. Instead, you will gain a working knowledge of biblical Greek, a survey or introduction if you will, not a mastery of it. This is perfect for a student planning to enter seminary or just wanting a deeper understanding of biblical text. You will cover: the Greek alphabet, punctuation, nouns, verbs, voice & mood, nominatives, genitives, vocatives, accusatives, datives, the important of properly translating the Bible, basic understanding of how a concordance and lexicon work, and how to apply these new skills. Great for families to learn together! Pb, 128p. ~ Sara

  • Item #: 064442
    ISBN: 9780890519493
    Retail: $66.00
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    Package includes book (with tests and answer keys) and DVD. DVD teaches through each lesson with charts and examples shown on screen. Please note that the DVD is an older recording and although it works on a television with DVD player and most computer DVD-ROMs, the audio may not work as well on headphones.

  • Item #: 023008
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  • Item #: 041679
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    Extra Student Package contains: Student™s Workbook, Student Tool Cards, My First Readers booklet and the Practice Clipboard with wet erase pen.

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  • Item #: 070864
    ISBN: 9781945841125
    Retail: $17.95
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    Comprehensive Handbook of Rules is indeed both comprehensive and a rule book. It contains all the principles that govern the English language as well as examples of each. Included are parts of speech, sentences, parts of sentences, dialogue and quotations, capitalization (summary of rules), punctuations, documentation (Turabian method), and sample conjugations. To give you an idea of the scope, nouns are covered thus: types, capitalization rules, gender, plural formation, noun imposters, and nouns that serve as other parts of speech. Each is clearly illustrated by examples that come from great literature (often classic but sometimes contemporary). In the verb section, there is a helpful five-page verb summary chart that provides active and passive formation with examples for four verb tenses (indicative, modal, imperative, and subjunctive). An index is provided (thankfully). Although a key component of the Grammar for the WTM series, it could easily be used as a reference by anyone wanting a solid, definitive English grammar resource. 

    Nonconsumable.  95 pgs, hb. 

  • Item #: 026126
    ISBN: 9780979505133
    Retail: $21.95
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    Subtitled "Beginning Spanish for Homeschoolers and Self-Taught Students of Any Age," this book serves as a great introduction for the family who wants to "try out" the language before investing in a full-fledged Spanish course. This book contains 177 short lessons (usually a page in length), which are straightforward and incremental in progression. Lessons strike a balance between introducing new vocabulary, explaining simple grammatical concepts, and memorization of noun and verb forms. Lessons are self-paced, self-explanatory, and offer plenty of practice exercises. Lessons that introduce new Spanish vocabulary feature a new Spanish word, its English translation, and often a pronunciation tip, followed by about ten sentences to translate. Grammar lessons introduce concepts and verb forms gradually; as verb forms are introduced, they are added to a chart, which students use to aid in translating sentences. For pronunciation help, the author provides free, downloadable MP3 audio files on his website, which can be used with the lessons. Because this book is a non-reproducible worktext (not a workbook), it can be used with multiple students. (The author recommends writing the translating exercises in a separate notebook.). Overall, this course teaches students about 100 vocabulary words, gives them a grasp of basic Spanish grammar, and makes them comfortable translating simple Spanish sentences. After completing this program, students will be ready to tackle a "regular" Spanish program with confidence – and they will be off to a good head start! ~ Lisa

  • Item #: 041921
    ISBN: 9780979505102
    Retail: $21.95
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    Subtitled "Beginning Latin for Homeschoolers and Self-Taught Students of Any Age," I could see this book serving as a great introduction to Latin for the family who is not sure they want to jump right into a full-fledged Latin course. Of course, it would be just as useful for an older student (or even Mom and Dad), if they have never studied Latin but want to learn it on their own. The course was designed out of necessity by author William E. Linney, after he was asked by a relative to teach Latin to her children. He set out looking for a course that would not require a Latin teacher, was self-paced, self explanatory, offered lots of practice exercises, was non-threatening, and inexpensive. When he couldn't find a course that suited his needs, he designed this one. The book contains 134 lessons, which are short (usually less than a page in length), un-fluffy, and incremental in progression. Lessons strike a nice balance between introducing new vocabulary, explaining simple grammatical concepts, and memorization of noun and verb forms. No lesson covers all of these tasks, but instead focuses on one objective and covers it well. Lessons that introduce new Latin vocabulary feature a new Latin word, its English meaning, and sometimes a pronunciation tip. This is usually followed by about ten sentences to translate. Lessons on grammar are also bite-sized, and different forms and cases are introduced gradually. As they are introduced, they are added to a chart, and students will translate sentences that use the forms and cases that they have learned. As charts are filled with endings or forms, students may be asked to memorize them, to aid in future lessons. Just for fun, "Latin Expressions" are scattered throughout the book. In each one, the author takes a common Latin phrase like "caveat emptor," or "etc." and explains the Latin history behind each phrase. Don't underestimate how these little "sparks" of knowledge whet your appetite to learn more! By the end of the book, students will have stockpiled basic vocabulary of around 100 words, be comfortable translating simple sentences in Latin, and have a grasp of basic Latin grammar.

    There are a couple of aspects of this course worth noting. First of all, because the book is more of a text than a worktext it is not designed to be consumable. For translation purposes, the author recommends translating the sentences in a separate notebook. If extra practice is desired, you may wish to translate the sentences back to the form given in the lesson. Secondly, while we all realize that pronunciation is very difficult to teach "out of a book", the author has considered this, and has come up with an ingenious solution. He has provided MP3 audio files free of charge on his website, which can be downloaded and used with the lessons. As an added bonus, you can choose from either classical pronunciation or ecclesiastical pronunciation. Audio commentary on the lessons and a host of other helpful resources is also included on the website. Lastly, this course would be excellent prep for an older student who will be studying Latin in high school or college who hasn't had the benefit of laying a basic Latin foundation earlier in life. Upon completion of this book, I think students would be more ready to tackle Lingua Latina, Oxford University Latin, Henle Latin, or Cambridge Latin, than if they were starting off cold. Latina Christiana I or other complete courses designed for younger students could also be considered reasonable continuations, although there would be much more overlap/review between courses. This is a terrific way to get started in Latin and I am glad that the author did not find what he was looking for to teach Latin, because he has certainly written a course that fulfills all of his goals! – Jess