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Bold red text at the top says, "ELA Homeschool Curriculum Workbook Grade 7." A girl in jeans and a sweater sits on the couch working on a homeschool writing assignment.
English Language Arts Homeschool Curriculum Workbook Grade 7
English Language Arts Homeschool Curriculum Workbook Grade 7 is a complete English curriculum with literature, grammar, essays, and analysis for your grade 7 homeschooler. These English lessons are rigorous and engaging for middle school students. This homeschool curriculum workbook includes nine units aligned with Common Core Standards. The units cover fiction, grammar, narrative writing, nonfiction text structures and features, persuasive writing, poetry, and reading comprehension skills.
Bold text at the top says, "Literary Terms Coloring Book: Learn Literary Vocabulary While Coloring." The dark blue background is covered with lines of literary vocabulary words. On top rests two coloring pages for first person point of view and onomatopoeia. A rainbow of color pencils peeks out from the bottom corner. Mood Tone, Learn Vocabulary, Language Arts Teacher, School English
Literary Terms Coloring Book: Learn Literary Vocabulary While Coloring
Add some fun to learning literary vocabulary with this literary terms coloring book. This literary terms coloring book has 30 different vocabulary words, each with their own coloring page. Learn vocabulary such as mood, tone, alliteration, allusion, verbal irony, metaphor, symbol, and more! This is a great resource for English Language Arts teachers who want to provide their students with meaningful brain breaks.
Bold text at the top says, "The Sniper Short Story Unit." Pages of "The Sniper" unit are laid out on a desk on top of bright blue paper. There's a full text story, writing prompt, and figurative language chart. Middle School English, High School Ela, Figurative Language
The Sniper Short Story Unit - Liam O'Flaherty
Are you looking for an engaging short story with a surprise ending? Students will love Liam O'Flaherty's short story "The Sniper." With this short story unit, students will work on reading comprehension, figurative language, and writing. "The Sniper" is a story that will keep your students engaged, and there is no prep for you. Just print and go or assign online. Answer keys are included.
Bold text in the middle says, "The Necklace Short Story Unit." Pages of the short story unit are laid out on a desk on top of bright pink and purple papers. Secondary Ela Classroom, Ela Classroom, The Necklace
The Necklace Short Story Unit
Are you looking for an engaging short story your students will enjoy? Students love the irony in Guy de Maupassant's short story "The Necklace." With this short story unit for "The Necklace," students will work on reading comprehension, analysis, character development, irony, foreshadowing, and writing. "The Necklace" will keep your students engaged, and there is no prep for you. Just print and go or assign online. Answer keys are included.
Bold red and navy text says, "English Language Arts Homeschool Curriculum Workbooks for Middle and High School." Three ELA homeschool workbooks are laid out on a white background. Text Structures, Language Arts Homeschool, Nonfiction Text Structure, Rhetorical Analysis, English Curriculum, Text Structure, Nonfiction Texts
English Language Arts Homeschool Curriculum Workbooks for Middle and High School
Our ELA homeschool curriculum workbooks for middle and high school offer a complete English curriculum with literature, grammar, essays, and analysis. These English workbooks are rigorous and engaging. They include lessons aligned with Common Core Standards for fiction, grammar, rhetorical analysis, nonfiction text structures and features, essay writing, and poetry. Each unit includes a reference guide with key vocabulary to support students through the curriculum. Answer keys are included.
Bold text at the top says, "ELA Homeschool Curriculum Workbook Grade 8." A girl with long dark hair and overalls sits at a desk writing in a workbook. Middle School Curriculum, Ela Lesson Plans, Homeschool Middle School
English Language Arts Homeschool Curriculum Workbook Grade 8
English Language Arts Homeschool Curriculum Workbook Grade 8 is a complete English curriculum with literature, grammar, essays, and analysis for your grade 8 homeschooler. These English lessons are rigorous and engaging for middle school students. This homeschool curriculum workbook includes eight units aligned with Common Core Standards: fiction, grammar, rhetorical analysis, nonfiction text structures and features, persuasive writing, poetry, and an independent reading novel unit.
Bold text at the top says, "ELA Homeschool Curriculum Workbook Grade 10." A teenage boy sits and studies with an open workbook in from of him. High School Curriculum, Argumentative Writing, Grade 10
English Language Arts Homeschool Curriculum Workbook Grade 10
This curriculum workbook for Grade 10 is a complete English curriculum with literature, grammar, essays, and analysis for your homeschooler. These English lessons are rigorous and engaging for high school students. This English 10 homeschool curriculum includes seven units aligned with Common Core Standards: fiction, grammar, rhetorical analysis, nonfiction text structures and features, argumentative writing, poetry, and independent reading.
Bold text at the top says "Nonfiction Text: The Death of George Washington" The middle shows pages of the nonfiction text, questions, and timeline. Bold text at the bottom says "comprehension, text structures, text features." Practice Reading
Nonfiction Text - The Death of George Washington - Nonfiction Text Structures and Features
Do you need an engaging nonfiction article for your students to identify nonfiction text structures and features and practice reading comprehension? This nonfiction article about the death of George Washington is the perfect text to keep students engaged. Students will read the nonfiction article, identify text features, answer comprehension questions, and complete a timeline of events. This resource doesn't require any prep. Just print and go or assign online.