Emma Serl Intermediate Language Lessons

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Intermediate Language Lessons

 
9781154292152: Intermediate Language Lessons

This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1914 Excerpt: ...20. I rose at five, and after breakfast washed the dishes, and then helped Mother work. Anna is in Boston with Cousin Louisa. I took care of Abby in the afternoon, and in the evening I made some pretty things for my dolly. Nov. 5. Did my lessons, and in the evening Mother read "Kenilworth" to us while we sewed. It is splendid! We have had a lovely day. All the trees were covered with ice and it shone like diamonds or fairy palaces.--From the Diary of Louisa M. Alcott. Copyright. 1889. by John S. P. Alcott. People often keep a record of the events of each day. This record is called a diary. Keep a diary for a week. Put down every day the events that interest you, or that you would like to remember. Complete the following sentences: 1. There is a period after Sept., because. 2. There is an apostrophe in it's, because. 3. Mother s is written with an apostrophe and s, because. 4. Anna begins with a capital letter, because. 5. Cousin begins with a capital letter, because. LESSON 146 LONGFELLOW'S DIARY Henry Wadsworth Longfellow put into his diary bits of beautiful description. The following was written June 23, 1831: I can almost fancy myself in Spain, the morning is so soft and beautiful. The tessellated shadow of the honeysuckle lies motionless upon my study floor, as if it were a figure in the carpet; and through the open window comes the fragrance of the wild brier and the mock orange. The birds are caroling in the trees, and their shadows flit across the window as they dart to and fro in the sunshine, while the murmur of the bee, the cooing of the doves from the eaves, and the whirring of a little humming bird that has its nest in the honeysuckle, send up a sound of joy to meet the rising sun. Find, in the dictionary, the meaning of the word tesse...

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The Second volume of Emma Serl's language series makes it easy to teach during the often difficult intermediate years--the 4th, 5th and 6th grades. Miss Serl uses material that both teaches and captures the interest of children.

You will find the writings of Louisa May Alcott, Longfellow, Tennyson, Helen Hunt Jackson, Percy Bysshe SHelley, Edward Everett Hale, George MacDonald, Shakespeare, and other outstanding authors. All are used in a broad range of lessons that encompass every aspect of teaching English including: literature and poetry studies, letter writing, creating an outline, grammar and word ussage, all forms of composition, memorization and oral presentation, debating, and dictation.

Recommended for Ages 9-12.

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How to teach your children good English.

The second volume of Emma Serls language series makes it easy to teach during the often difficult intermediate years.

Emma Serls Intermediate Language Lessons is designed for teaching 4th, 5th and 6th grades. As she does with the first volume of her series, Primary Language Lessons, Ms. Serl uses material that both teaches and captures the interest of children. You find the writings of Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Alfred Tennyson, Helen Hunt Jackson, Shelley, George MacDonald, Edward Everett Hale and other outstanding authors here. You get imaginative work projects that either reinforce the lessons or direct the child to independent research on topics as varied as coal and birds nests.

As comprehensive a teaching tool as you could hope for; Intermediate Language Lessons includes a broad range of lessons that encompass every aspect of teaching English including: Literature and poetry studies, Letter writing, Creating an outline, Grammar and word usage, All forms of composition, Memorization and oral presentation, Debating, Dictation.

BONUS! Emma Serl uses prominent paintings to help instruct children in observation and discussion. Result: a minicourse in art appreciation as well as English.

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Book Description RareBooksClub. Paperback. Book Condition: New. This item is printed on demand. Paperback. 52 pages. Dimensions: 8.8in. x 5.8in. x 0.4in.This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1914 Excerpt: . . . 20. I rose at five, and after breakfast washed the dishes, and then helped Mother work. Anna is in Boston with Cousin Louisa. I took care of Abby in the afternoon, and in the evening I made some pretty things for my dolly. Nov. 5. Did my lessons, and in the evening Mother read Kenilworth to us while we sewed. It is splendid! We have had a lovely day. All the trees were covered with ice and it shone like diamonds or fairy palaces. --From the Diary of Louisa M. Alcott. Copyright. 1889. by John S. P. Alcott. People often keep a record of the events of each day. This record is called a diary. Keep a diary for a week. Put down every day the events that interest you, or that you would like to remember. Complete the following sentences: 1. There is a period after Sept. , because. 2. There is an apostrophe in its, because. 3. Mother s is written with an apostrophe and s, because. 4. Anna begins with a capital letter, because. 5. Cousin begins with a capital letter, because. LESSON 146 LONGFELLOWS DIARY Henry Wadsworth Longfellow put into his diary bits of beautiful description. The following was written June 23, 1831: I can almost fancy myself in Spain, the morning is so soft and beautiful. The tessellated shadow of the honeysuckle lies motionless upon my study floor, as if it were a figure in the carpet; and through the open window comes the fragrance of the wild brier and the mock orange. The birds are caroling in the trees, and their shadows flit across the window as they dart to and fro in the sunshine, while the murmur of the bee, the cooing of the doves from the eaves, and the whirring of a little humming bird that has its nest in the honeysuckle, send up a sound of joy to meet the rising sun. Find, in the dictionary, the meaning of the word tesse. . . This item ships from La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Bookseller Inventory # 9781154292152

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