ESL Language Arts -

ESL Language Arts

Length:  18 weeks
Content-type: Text-based
Age/Grade: Family
View a sample of ESL Language Arts
Print a Certificate of Completion

How to Use This Course

This course is designed as an introduction to grammar for students who are second language learners. Each week will include a new lesson and an answer key. Lessons are broken down into the background of the principle being studied, guided practice, independent practice, and extension exercises.

Course Introduction

This course is designed as an introduction to grammar for students who are second language learners. Though primarily intended for students in the third or fourth grade, ESL (English as a Second Language) students of varying ages may benefit from this course depending on their level of comfort with grammar. Through this course, students will be introduced to basics of grammar: parts of speech, proper sentence formation, possessives, and verb tense. This ESL Language Arts course could serve as a great resource for any student who needs a refresher on basic grammar rules.

Weekly printable lessons with answer keys

  1. Nouns
  2. Nouns—Common and Proper
  3. Capitalization Rules
  4. Verbs
  5. Sentence Formation: Subject/Predicate; Diagram
  6. Punctuation
  7. Singular/Plural Nouns (s, es)
  8. Singular Plural Nouns Part II (y to i; f to v; irregular)
  9. Verb Tense Part I—present, past
  10. Verb Tense Part II—future, agreement
  11. Adjectives
  12. Comparative/Superlative Adjectives
  13. Using Adjectives Correctly
  14. Adverbs
  15. Using Adverbs Correctly
  16. Pronouns-Singular/Plural
  17. Using Pronouns Correctly
  18. Pronouns-Possessive

Related Classes You May Enjoy

All Foreign Languages Classes
Family Foreign Languages Classes
Are you enjoying this course? Why not tell your friends about it? Become an affiliate, share your personal link and graphics with your friends, and earn money. Click Here to find out more about our affiliate program.
We love hearing from our members as to what classes they or their students enjoyed. Please share some feedback with us so we can make this the best homeschooling curriculum site ever!
Do you enjoy teaching? How about writing? Click here to find out how you can use your talents and abilities to serve your fellow members of