ETC Publishes flow chart for grammar materials06-Jan-2018
Over the past year, we have seen an overwhelming request from teachers on the subject of grammar, and how each of our grammar materials connects and interrelates,
so that children are able to get the benefit of a full continuum.
Today, we are releasing a flow chart that allows teachers to understand how our grammar materials work together to build a child's understanding
of the english language. The chart is fully interactive so that teachers or guides, and support staff may not only make better use of our materials,
but also find the right tools to implement.
Structure of Language
This work introduces and illustrates the various structures of complete sentences.
Reading Analysis 1
This work introduces diagnostic questions to determine sentence structure and emphasizes the function of words in a sentence.
Sentence Construction 1
This work guides the writing process and emphasizes the sentence structures covered so far.
Reading Analysis 2
This work introduces more complex diagnostic questions to determine sentence structure, including adverbials and indirect objects.
Sentence Construction 2
This work emphasizes the use and placement of adverbials and indirect objects within a sentence.
Logical Analysis 1 & 2
This work introduces the vocabulary to accurately name the individual sentence elements.
Function of Words
Parts of Speech
Function of Words
The purpose of this work is to provide the child with the parts of speech and to associate a grammar symbol with that part of speech.
Grammar Command Cards
This work serves as a bridge connecting Function of Words to Grammar Boxes. The purpose here is to clarify the meanings of words and often to suggest a practical interpretation of them.
This work allows the child to more closely analyze the parts of speech and their purpose in giving meaning to language.
Developing Writing Through Grammar
This work moves students toward abstraction
and emphasizes varied strategies to convey meaning through written language.