Essentials of English Grammar​​ I

Classes Begin September 12th, 2017



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This basic course meets for 15 weeks (30 hours) and contains the tools necessary to provide a fundamental understanding of English grammar. The course will use a combination of rules, definitions and illustrations appropriate for students who desire to improve their English speaking and writing. This course focuses on Structures of English, which​ includes how to create stronger sentences and weaknesses to avoid. Forms of English will also be covered which includes capitalization, punctuation, abbreviations and numerals. The course also covers Elements of a Story which includes requirements for writing effective paragraphs, using illustrations, proofreading and the various types of verse. Finally, the course will devote time to Review and Application which helps students put it all together in to a creative well-written composition. 

Students will learn from topic discussions and classroom practice.  Home practice is also expected in order to deepen and broaden concepts presented in class.  Students will also keep journals and will be expected to make entries in their journals as instructed.  Course instructors will review these entries and offer technical writing suggestions for subsequent entries.  Students will be able to see improvements as the course progresses.


Call us now to learn more about this course. Registration and Assessment fees waived for all registrations received before August 31, 2017.
 



​                                                   ​Essentials of Essay Writing

                                       Classes Begin September 12th, 2017
   


                                                       Register and Pay Fees HERE



This is a 30 hour course and meets twice a week, beginning September 12, 2017.  Students will learn the essentials of proper essay writing including, editorial, document based papers, scientific theses, general research papers and personal experiences and memoirs.

Students will learn how to incorporate supporting evidence, and the proper means for citation.  Students will learn how to effectively locate information from physical and on-line libraries and best practices for authenticating information found in internet searches.  Students will be taught the ethics of sourcing information and pitfalls of plagiarism.

Students will practice by writing several papers, conduct peer editing, and analyze rubrics for writing instruction.  Upon conclusion of this course, students will have a firm understanding of the elements needed to write several differing styles of essays.

​Hometown Learning Centers

Homeschool Language Arts 

English Grammar Couses

NOTE:  If your schedule does not fit ours, call the office.  We have programs available to fit your busy schedule and/or to help your child assimilate into our classes.

Tuition:  $299.00 Per Class
​Registration Fee:  $49.00
Student Assessment Fee $99.00

NOTE:  If you are registering more than one child, 
please call the office to take advantage of our discounted pricing for additional students.

540-504-7040​​