Customers ask the same question repeatedly: “What do we do for grammar in high school when my child has completed AG?”
In high school, grammar study should be complete. A student should apply his or her knowledge of grammar and mechanics to the study of literature and writing. BUT … many teachers want a way for their students to keep grammar skills and terminology sharp without “doing” a daily grammar program again.
Our High School Reinforcement books are the answer. There are four books, one for each year in high school. Each is set up with activities to reinforce all the grammar, diagramming, analysis, punctuation and usage taught in AG.
Each High School Reinforcement book contains 18 exercises, enough for one worksheet every two weeks throughout a school year. For all intents and purposes, this is all you really need.
For samples and more, read below:
The High School Reinforcement books each focus on a literature topic, so you can do a different one each year:
1) American authors
2) British authors
3) World authors
4) Shakespeare’s plays
Choose a book that supports your literature focus for that year; the order doesn’t matter.
The High School Reinforcement books reinforce:
Sentence parsing and diagramming