Curriculum Schedule for Primary Language Lessons
This curriculum schedule is designed to be used alongside Primary Language Lessons, a curriculum that combines daily drills with fun stories, delightful illustrations, and creative exercises.
Well Planned Gal's schedule helps you guide your student steadily through each day's assignments for steady progress throughout the year.
Primary Language Lessons uses picture lessons with delightful illustrations and engaging questions, short story copywork, dictation lessons, fun passages to memorize, and more to provide learning through observation and hands-on activities.
Curriculum Needed for This Course Schedule*
- Primary Language Lessons
*These items must be purchased separately.
- Total Number of Weeks: 36
- Total Number of Assignments: 164
- Daily Time: approximately 15 minutes
Well Planned Gal Online Curriculum Schedules
Well Planned Gal's Curriculum Schedules were designed to integrate with the Well Planned Gal Online Planning Software, helping you easily schedule your favorite curriculum each year. A full feature subscription to the online planning software is required to utilize the lesson plan add-ons. Curriculum must be purchased seprately.
How It Works!
Once you have chosen and purchased your curriculum for the year, visit Well Planned Gal's Curriculum Schedules and choose the schedule that matches your curriculum. Once you have purchased the schedule, you will be directed to add your new schedule to you online planning account.
After a curriculum schedule is purchased, you may utilize it for as many students as desired. Plus, as long as you are an active subscriber of the online planner, you can utilize the schedule year after year with different students.
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CURRICULUM NEEDED FOR THIS COURSE SCHEDULE
Below you will find the curriculum required for this course schedule. All items must be purchased separately.
Primary Language Lessons
An experienced teacher of the early 20th century, Emma Serl used imaginative lessons and short, jargon-free instructions to make learning a pleasure. She made liberal use of writings by the literary giants of our English language heritage, as well as fables, folklore and maxims - the kinds of writing children should know if they are to become well-educated in our rich literary traditions.