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First Language Lessons Level 3, Instructor Guide

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First Language Lessons Level 3, Instructor Guide

Make grammar concepts perfectly clear with the classical techniques of memorization, copywork, dictation, and narration! First Language Lessons Level 3 covers parts of speech and other important topics, and introduces diagramming with a scripted format that simplifies successful teaching. Student Workbook required.

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First Language Lessons Level 3, Workbook

Spend more time teaching and less time preparing – the Level 3 Workbook provides all of the student worksheets, no prep time needed! Use with the teacher materials found in the required Instructor Guide for a year of grammar instruction. Third-grade students may begin in Level 3 regardless of their prior level of grammar instruction.

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Level 3 reinforces the grammar and writing concepts introduced in the previous levels. It also introduces new material, including sentence diagramming, with a scripted format that simplifies teaching.

The required Student Workbook makes it easier for busy parents to spend more time teaching, and less time preparing. Level 3 reviews all prior material at a 3rd-grade pace; students in 3rd grade may begin with this level.

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First Language Lessons Level 3, Instructor Guide

Make grammar concepts perfectly clear with the classical techniques of memorization, copywork, dictation, and narration! First Language Lessons Level 3 covers parts of speech and other important topics, and introduces diagramming with a scripted format that simplifies successful teaching. Student Workbook required.

First Language Lessons Level 3, Workbook

Spend more time teaching and less time preparing – the Level 3 Workbook provides all of the student worksheets, no prep time needed! Use with the teacher materials found in the required Instructor Guide for a year of grammar instruction. Third-grade students may begin in Level 3 regardless of their prior level of grammar instruction.

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1 review for First Language Lessons Level 3, Instructor Guide

  1. Vanessa Parkhurst

    How many pages are in the Level 3 instructor guide?

    • Press Minion

      There are 478 pages in the Level 3 Instructor Text.

  2. amanda@tannerfarms.net

    I am considering using FLL with our oldest student this Fall. She has had some grammar instruction but has not completed all the parts of speech yet. She will be entering 4th grade. I am wondering if we should start in level 4 or should we back up to level 3 and begin here? I have viewed the samples for level 4 and level 3. Level 4 doesn’t appear completely out of her league but I am wondering if level 3 would give extra instruction? Any thoughts would be welcome.

  3. dandreasen78

    Thank you for your previous answer about the writing curriculum regarding my 6th grade son. I’m feeling the same struggle in choosing the grammar. Should I simply start with the purple books if his grammar books have not been very well done previously? Or would it be better to do First Language Lessons 3?

    • Press Minion

      No need to rush into the intermediate books…he has plenty of time. Take a look at First Language Lessons level 3 or level 4.

  4. cassi

    do you use the complete writer series or language lessons – it seems like a lot of material is the same? HELP!

  5. Andrea

    My daughter will be leaving a Classical charter school and will have completed Saxon Phonics 1. Do we start next year with FLL Level 2 or 3 as she will be going into 2nd grade? I noticed on the curriculum map either FLL 2 or FLL 3 may be used for 2nd grade. Thank you!

  6. Lorri

    Is this still the first edition? I purchased the teachers’ book years ago. Will these student workbooks be the right ones?

  7. Elyse

    What level should my student start at? She’s in the fourth grade with no formal grammar exposure. Level 3?

  8. ru4rebe

    My son will be 7 and in 2nd grade come September…at that time he will have already completed FLL 1 and 2. Would it be okay to start him with level 3?

  9. 5 out of 5

    Lori

    I used the First Language Lessons series with 3 of my boys ( now in college) and am currently using it with my 4th grade dyslexic son. It is so easy to use and provides a solid foundation of grammar for the elementary years.

  10. Crystal

    This year we used Shurley Grammar (to coincide with my other child’s program). My daughter is going into grade 3 and has been pretty strong in Shurley. We did FLL level 1 and 2 before we started grammar. I’ve looked at both level 3 and 4 of FLL. I am thinking of putting her into Level 4 as Level 3 may be quite repetitive. What are your thoughts. My older child will be starting your intermediate level this summer.

  11. Amanda Burnett

    I have an 8 year old son that has completed Spectrum Language Arts books through 2nd grade. I want to switch to FLL. Should I start in level 2 or 3?

  12. 5 out of 5

    mrswuhu

    We love this curriculum. The lessons are crystal clear and avoid fluff. I offered to switch grammar companies to my 8 year old daughter and she insisted that we stick with this book because the lessons are short and sweet and she is learning a ton! Personally, I appreciate that this is classical education.

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