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Writing With Ease Level 4, Workbook

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The Writing With Ease Level 4, Workbook provides all of the copywork assignments, comprehension questions, and reading passages that you’ll need for a full year of writing study. 

Using passages and sentences from classic children’s literature, the Level 4 Workbook allows young writers to practice their skills while absorbing the style and grace of great authors. Charming illustrations by Jeff West add a visual element that will spark your child’s imagination. 

Make writing easier for you and your child…use Writing With Ease!

Contents

The Workbook contains two parts: the Instructor Section and the Student Pages.

The Instructor Section is divided into 36 weeks of instruction with four lessons per week. You get detailed directions and scripted dialogue with suggested student responses in every lesson, so you can teach with confidence!

The Student Pages are perforated for easy removal and have plenty of lined space for your student’s writing. The Level 3 and Level 4 Student Pages contain the excerpts for the student to read, since students in the third and fourth levels are starting to work more independently and can begin to read the excerpts on their own.

Do you have more than one student? When you purchase the Workbook, you have permission to copy (or print from the PDF) the Student Pages as many times as you need for use within your own family. But if you want to keep your Workbook intact, or to save yourself the trouble of lugging it to Kinko’s, you can simply purchase an additional set of Level 4 Student Pages.

 

Need Help?

If your student completed Level 3 without difficulty, you don’t necessarily have to do Level 4. You can go straight into Writing With Skill or take a year to do creative writing.

If you’re working with a beginner, don’t start with Level 4! Do the Writing with Ease Diagnostic Evaluations instead. These are the Mastery Evaluations used when the student has completed a Level’s Workbook and will help you choose the right level for your student. Starting with Level 4 will likely frustrate your student.

If you can’t decide between Writing With Ease Level 4 and starting our intermediate series: Writing With Skill, or if you are interested in an alternate progression for writing instruction, see Susan’s updated grade recommendations.

Not sure about the purpose of elementary writing instruction? Be sure to listen to Susan’s Audio Lecture on the subject–one of our most popular downloads!

 

Copyright Information: When you buy a physical (paper or CD) or digital (PDF, e-book or MP3) product, you acquire the right to reproduce the product as often as you want for use within your own family. You may not reproduce it either for resale or to give away to others. Making copies, either for resale or to give away, is a violation of United States law. According to the United States Copyright Office, “Copyright infringement occurs when a copyrighted work is reproduced, distributed, performed, publicly displayed, or made into a derivative work without the permission of the copyright owner.” For further information, see http://www.copyright.gov/help/faq/faq-definitions.html.

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The Writing With Ease Level 4, Workbook provides all of the copywork assignments, comprehension questions, and reading passages that you’ll need for a full year of writing study. 

Using passages and sentences from classic children’s literature, the Level 4 Workbook allows young writers to practice their skills while absorbing the style and grace of great authors. Charming illustrations by Jeff West add a visual element that will spark your child’s imagination. 

Make writing easier for you and your child…use Writing With Ease!

Contents

The Workbook contains two parts: the Instructor Section and the Student Pages.

The Instructor Section is divided into 36 weeks of instruction with four lessons per week. You get detailed directions and scripted dialogue with suggested student responses in every lesson, so you can teach with confidence!

The Student Pages are perforated for easy removal and have plenty of lined space for your student’s writing. The Level 3 and Level 4 Student Pages contain the excerpts for the student to read, since students in the third and fourth levels are starting to work more independently and can begin to read the excerpts on their own.

Do you have more than one student? When you purchase the Workbook, you have permission to copy (or print from the PDF) the Student Pages as many times as you need for use within your own family. But if you want to keep your Workbook intact, or to save yourself the trouble of lugging it to Kinko’s, you can simply purchase an additional set of Level 4 Student Pages.

 

Need Help?

If your student completed Level 3 without difficulty, you don’t necessarily have to do Level 4. You can go straight into Writing With Skill or take a year to do creative writing.

If you’re working with a beginner, don’t start with Level 4! Do the Writing with Ease Diagnostic Evaluations instead. These are the Mastery Evaluations used when the student has completed a Level’s Workbook and will help you choose the right level for your student. Starting with Level 4 will likely frustrate your student.

If you can’t decide between Writing With Ease Level 4 and starting our intermediate series: Writing With Skill, or if you are interested in an alternate progression for writing instruction, see Susan’s updated grade recommendations.

Not sure about the purpose of elementary writing instruction? Be sure to listen to Susan’s Audio Lecture on the subject–one of our most popular downloads!

 

Copyright Information: When you buy a physical (paper or CD) or digital (PDF, e-book or MP3) product, you acquire the right to reproduce the product as often as you want for use within your own family. You may not reproduce it either for resale or to give away to others. Making copies, either for resale or to give away, is a violation of United States law. According to the United States Copyright Office, “Copyright infringement occurs when a copyrighted work is reproduced, distributed, performed, publicly displayed, or made into a derivative work without the permission of the copyright owner.” For further information, see http://www.copyright.gov/help/faq/faq-definitions.html.

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5 reviews for Writing With Ease Level 4, Workbook

  1. Hi. We live in Armenia and my kids go to Armenian school, but they also speak English as native speakers as their father is American. Now they are in 5th and 4th grade. We have done Writing with ease 1 and 2 with them years ago but then stopped homeschooling and sent them to school. We want to start an English program for them, as we are not satisfied with the level of English at their school. I was looking at Writing with ease 3 for both of them. What would you recommend?

    • Yes, at that age/grade level you could do Writing With Ease #3 with both of them. Take a look at the sample we have online…if it is too simple for them, you could easily skip ahead to #4.

  2. I have a 5th grader entering 6th grade who struggles with writing. Should I start him with writing with ease level 3 or 4?

  3. My Son is 8 years old (9 this summer) and has been using Level 3 for Writing with Ease as well as Level 3 for the Language Lessons. He was doing very well with no problems (except that he is a bit slow in writing manually and average in spelling), and he is an excellent reader. He loved all the stories and did very well in memorizing the poems in Level 3 for Grammar. He found some of the Grammar work repetitive but he did not make mistakes in it. However, because of some family circumstances we were not able to finish the entire book of Language Lessons Level 3. Would I be able to move him on to level 4 anyways for the Fall? Or do we have to finish the book first in order to be ready for level 4? He is above average in Reading and while he has some attention issues, he is very bright and gets almost perfect grades every time.
    Thank you so much for taking the time! I have six children and am trying to get organized quickly for the Fall and our Government Review!

    • It would be best if you can go ahead and complete the Level 3 book, just to make sure he has a firm foundation in that level of grammar before moving on to level 4…maybe do a lesson or two each week during the summer? However, if you have to go ahead and move on to Level 4 because of your local/state gov’t requirements, that’s fine. Level 4 includes some review of what has come before. Just be prepared to go slowly for the first couple of months, if you skip ahead to #4.

  4. Hello. I have two children 13 years old and 11,7 years old . We homeschooled them and they learn english(we from Romania) we have for english Rosseta Stone programm but there isn’t grammar. What can I must take for that? Thank you

  5. Hello, I have a son and daughter who are ages 7 and 9. I have been homeschooling since my son (the 9 year old) was 4. They both are excellent readers and they have always been able to narrate stories well either after I have read it to them, or after they have read it themselves. In writing, my 9 year old son has a hard time putting ideas down on paper. He’s great at being able to write down facts, but if it’s something he has to come up with on his own, he may only write two or three sentences and doesn’t give a lot of detail. This year I wanted to try something different, and so I am thinking of using the Language Lesson series, but I am not sure at what level to start them at. Since I didn’t start them with this curriculum in 1st grade, would they need to start at level 1 and go all the way through, or could I start them in the middle? I have looked at the samples for writing with ease and even the grammar, but I am still unsure of how to proceed. Thank you for any advice you might be able to give me.

    • For grammar, you could start the 7-year-old in Level 1 of “First Language Lessons” and your son, the 9-year-old, could start in Level 3. At the same time, you could start them both on Level 2 of Writing With Ease.
      If they are doing both FLL and WWE, you can skip the dictation/narration/copywork exercises in FLL, because WWE already provides a lot of that.
      If you have further questions, feel free to email us at support AT welltrainedmind DOT com

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