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Instructor Guide, Level 4: First Language Lessons

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First Language Lessons, Level 4, uses classical techniques of memorization, dictation, and narration to develop your child’s language ability in the important, foundational years of language study. The text covers a full range of grammar topics, including parts of speech, punctuation, sentence diagrams, and skills in beginning writing and storytelling. Optional end units provide practice in dictionary use a letter writing. 

Scripted exercises provide a flexible framework for each lesson. The innovative question-and-answer format makes grammar concepts perfectly clear, while the accompanying workbook makes it possible for busy parents and teachers to spend more time teaching and less time preparing.

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First Language Lessons, Level 4, uses classical techniques of memorization, dictation, and narration to develop your child’s language ability in the important, foundational years of language study. The text covers a full range of grammar topics, including parts of speech, punctuation, sentence diagrams, and skills in beginning writing and storytelling. Optional end units provide practice in dictionary use a letter writing. 

Scripted exercises provide a flexible framework for each lesson. The innovative question-and-answer format makes grammar concepts perfectly clear, while the accompanying workbook makes it possible for busy parents and teachers to spend more time teaching and less time preparing.

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 Your purchase of this PDF is for your own personal use. You may not copy 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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  1. Question

    what are typical ages for these language levels? I have children who will be entering 4th and 6th. The levels have no indication at all. it would be helpful to have some guidance. Middle school years are not as defined on the site, or at least I am a bit unclear. I am trying to prepare for next year and decide on the right program. Thank you so much

    • Hi Laura. The 4th grader should start with FLL 4 (the student will use the Student Workbook; you’ll use the Instructor Guide). The 6th grader can start with our middle-grade curriculum, “Grammar for the Well-Trained Mind.” You’ll use the Instructor Text for all four years of that middle-grade curriculum, and the student will use a different Workbook (plus Answer Key) for each year of the program. Purple is available now; that’s where the 6th grader should start.

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  2. Question

    We are about to finish level 4. What would we use for 5th grade?

    • You would use our new middle-grades curriculum, “Grammar for the Well-Trained Mind.” Look for the “Intermediate Grammar” category in the sidebar.

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  3. Question

    If we’ve done very little grammar instruction with my high schoolers, were would you suggest we start?

  4. Question

    We have done grammar instruction…FLL level 1 and 2 as well as Shurley English level 1. I started him doing FLL 3, even in fourth grade. Should we stick with level 3 or move to level 4? I don’t want him to miss anything but I also don’t want to stay somewhere that may be too easy for him.

    • Unless he’s struggling with the concepts, it would be fine to go ahead and try Level 4 now.

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  5. Question

    I have a daughter who is beginning 4th grade. She has not had heavy grammar instruction in school thus far (no FLL at all), and I am wondering if I should start her in Level 3 or Level 4. I appreciate any advice offered!

    • She can start with 4. It would also be fine to start in Level 3, but Level 4 reviews most of the Level 3 concepts while it introduces new material, so she should be OK.

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  6. Question

    I have a child going into 5th grade. We have not used this curriculum before but I would like to start. What level should we be using? If we start in the later level (for example, level 4) will he still get the foundation he needs?

    • Yes, you can definitely start with level 4! It reviews earlier concepts before introducing new ones.

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  7. Question

    are there any tests included with the level 4 set?

    • No…this curriculum doesn’t use tests.

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  8. Question

    If I have a 7th grader and 8th grader, where is a good place to start them at?

    • If they don’t yet have a strong foundation in grammar, we would suggest doing First Language Lessons Level 4 for one year (for both students) and then moving into our next level, “Grammar For the Well-Trained Mind.”

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