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- Available Lessons: 121
- Average Lesson Length: 8 min
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Course SummaryHelp your students review 4th grade English concepts with this engaging tutoring resource. These engaging online lessons simplify important reading and writing concepts and allow your students to study whenever it's convenient.
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About This Course
This comprehensive English course is designed to help 4th graders review fundamental English topics, such as reading comprehension, literary terms, sentence types and the parts of speech. These short and engaging lessons break down important English topics so 4th graders can easily understand and remember. The included lesson quizzes and chapter exams help students check their understanding of the material and see which subjects they may need to study more.
How It Works
- Students can learn at their own pace. They can play/pause/rewind/fast forward the video and use the interactive video timeline to jump to key points in the lesson.
- Self-assessment quizzes can be taken immediately following a lesson. Teachers can also assign these quizzes in class or as homework assignments.
- Word-for-word transcripts highlight key definitions and concepts from each lesson. The transcripts can be printed to study offline after watching the videos.
- Chapter exams are included at the end of each chapter to help students solidify the English concepts they've studied.
- Students have the option of continuing onto the next lesson in the chapter or returning to their course Dashboard to find another topic to study.
Using the Course
The course is designed to simplify 4th grade English concepts and help your students enjoy the learning process. This affordable study guide can be used by teachers, parents and tutors, and it's completely customizable based on your student's needs. The course is available 24/7, and you can use any computer or mobile device to access the lessons and quizzes. The course Dashboard keeps track of your student's quiz scores and progress throughout the course, and the lessons can be viewed as many times as needed.
Parents and teachers can find the course useful in many academic situations:
- To help students prepare for upcoming exams
- To help students review topics they need extra help with
- To engage students with fun in-class teaching materials
- To supplement traditional English textbooks
- Understanding and recognizing words
- Reading comprehension
- Literary terms
- Reading literary and informational texts
- Reading exercises
- Stories, speeches, myths and poetry
- Parts of speech
- Language and vocabulary
- Capitalization, punctuation and spelling rules
- Sentence types and parts
- Basic writing techniques
- Types of writing
- Listening and speaking
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