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Check out this fun language arts course to review the language arts concepts that are normally taught at the 7th grade level, such as the parts of speech, essay writing, punctuation rules and literary elements. Our expert English instructors have crafted simple and engaging lessons that break down language arts concepts in a way that's easy to understand and remember. The course includes printable lesson transcripts, multiple-choice quizzes and chapter exams. You'll be able to submit questions to our instructors if you need any extra help and access the course on any computer or mobile device.
Students, parents, teachers and independent learners can all benefit from this course.
- Parents who have children who are struggling in class can use this course as an effective and fun tutoring solution.
- 7th graders can use the course as a convenient test prep resource and textbook supplement.
- Independent learners can use any computer or mobile device to access the course and enhance their basic language arts knowledge.
- 7th grade English teachers can screen the course's lessons in the classroom and assign the included quizzes to their students.
- Sentence types
- The parts of speech
- Punctuation and capitalization rules
- Contextual meaning and vocabulary skills
- Text comprehension and analysis
- Reading strategies
- Literary elements
- Essay writing
- Reading practice for The Outsiders and Hatchet
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