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  • Item #: 007168
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  • Item #: 005454
    ISBN: 9780967100906
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    ISBN: 9780878138524
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  • Item #: 007782
    ISBN: 9781890623210
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    ISBN: 9780740302039
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    ISBN: 9780880620048
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    ISBN: 9780471288923
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    ISBN: 9780740301346
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  • Item #: 010931
    ISBN: 9780740337987
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    This CD-ROM provides a supplement to the SOS Language Arts curriculum. The one-semester course covers a variety of periods including early American literature, the Romantic Period, war and reconciliation, the Modern Age, and the Post-Modern Age. Please see our main Switched-On Schoolhouse description in Curriculum for more details on the lastest SOS version. System requirements: Windows Vista Service Pack 2/Windows 7/ Windows 8 & 8.1 / Windows 10. CD-ROM drive and printer (recommended).

  • Item #: 010949
    ISBN: 9780740338007
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    This CD-ROM provides a supplement to the SOS language arts curriculum. The one-semester course introduces students to prominent British authors and their writings. Covers the Middle Ages, Reformation and Renaissance, Neoclassical Period, Romantic Era, and the Modern Age and era. Please see our main Switched-On Schoolhouse description in Curriculum for more details on the lastest SOS version. System requirements: Windows Vista Service Pack 2/Windows 7/ Windows 8 & 8.1 / Windows 10. CD-ROM drive and printer (recommended).

  • Item #: 018302
    ISBN: 9780880620055
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  • Item #: 048188
    ISBN: 9780829428216
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  • Item #: 022011
    ISBN: 9780544129290
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  • Item #: 010830
    ISBN: 9781585614110
    Retail: $70.00
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    The set includes the teacher's manual, the student text, and the CD.
  • Item #: 051633
    ISBN: 9780547898094
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  • Item #: 221705
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  • Item #: 051454
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    Sentence structure, diagramming subjects and predicates, helping verbs and verb phrases and irregular verbs. Nouns as subjects, direct objects and predicate nominatives are studied. Seventh grade students also study proper, possessive, and predicate adjectives and prepositions, interjections, and conjunctions and how to use them properly in sentence structure. Students learn to use colons, semicolons, apostrophes, quotation marks, parentheses, dashes and hyphens effectively in sentences. They read a chosen novel, write a daily journal as they read the novel and complete a final review of the novel. They complete this process several times throughout the year with different types of literary works: novels, short stories and poetry. Spelling, vocabulary and grammar are strengthened.

  • Item #: 002526
    ISBN: 9781930367197
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  • Item #: 011149
    ISBN: 9781615382057
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    The Student Book provides space to complete most assignments (although some final drafts are to be completed on separate paper). Starting with Book IV, some brief teaching guidelines are included with the Student Book. The course includes 18 lessons that take the student through the steps of preparing either a refutation or a confirmation – discredit/credit, exposition, unclarity/clarity, implausibility/plausibility, impossibility/possibility, inconsistency/consistency, impropriety/propriety, inexpediency/expediency, and exposition. 214 pgs, pb

  • Item #: 008042
    ISBN: 9781933339573
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    Builds on Level 2 & 3 or can stand alone for a writer with comparable experience. The thirty-six week syllabus covers fiction with an emphasis on technique, precision, and showing action (rather than explaining), and poetry in 18 weeks each. The fiction section focuses on character development. The poetry section reviews rhyme, meter, line breaks, sound, and word choice by using a published poem, then continues with a collection of poetry-writing assignments.

  • Item #: 059115
    ISBN: 9781600512353
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  • Item #: 016668
    ISBN: 9780984099023
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  • Item #: 001519
    ISBN: 9781889673004
    Retail: $42.00
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    Contains 30 student worksheets, pre- and post-tests, teacher's manual, quiz keys, clue cards and noun-function cards.

  • Item #: 037846
    ISBN: 9780936981130
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  • Item #: 004665
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    The Analytical Gramamr set includes a Student Workbook and Teacher Book. Please note that the set does not include any other materials, such as the Reinforcement and Review book, or the optional Companion DVD set.

  • Item #: 015915
    ISBN: 9781930443686
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    28 stories (1-3 pgs in length) for use with TWSS Unit III (Grades 7/8 & up)
  • Item #: 015647
    ISBN: 9781889209043
    Retail: $34.95
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    A blank page can be a hard thing to fill. If your children are afflicted with that wide-spread problem, as I myself was during some of my homeschooled years (and which is probably as old as creative writing itself!), their struggles to write simple thank-you notes or lists of their favorite hobbies probably means they don't stand a chance if you ask them to write a story about a sailor shipwrecked in a storm. It is hard to imagine the difference a book like this would have made if my parents could reference it for the times they became too busy to write personalized stories for my reading and writing exercises – most likely a lot less doodling, slouching with boredom, and pencil breaking for sure. For both boys and girls, the 67 story starters in this book have huge diversity – adventure, humor, domesticity, explorations, and more. The starters vary in length, but each one draws the student in with an engaging style, creating a desired excitement to learn the end of the story – even if they have to write it themselves! The starters are accompanied by one or more very detailed black and white illustrations, a great way to enhance the imagination and help the creativity flow. Each starter also includes a prompt on how to continue the story and some "writing help" points for parents to use if their children need some more encouragement. Some also include an additional challenge exercise. However, this book is not simply about giving your students a starter to help them write a story, it is about giving them the help they need to "write as they have never written before." This means a certain amount of help from the teacher, and to this end the notes for the teacher in section one cover the idea behind the book, the flexibility of the book, attitudes, teaching tools, how to use the story starters, four different methods of narration, and motivation and grading. Section two contains the story starters, and section three, again for the teacher, is all about polishing the students' writing through sensory language; uses for verbs, adjectives, and adverbs; kinds of narrators; setting; and characters. The fourth section is for students who have advanced through the story starters in section two and now feel confident to start with a blank page and nothing but a picture to inspire their story. Twenty-four pictures are included in this section. The final section closes the book with some final notes on narration, an index of literary terms and techniques, and some additional writing resources. There is no set time frame for getting through this 458-page softcover book. Parents and students should pick and choose the story starters they want to do and the frequency with which they want to complete them. This resource is non-consumable and should be considered a supplement to your English course. ~ Zach

  • Item #: 015773
    ISBN: 9781929683352
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