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First Language Lessons Level 4, Workbook

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Spend more time teaching and less time preparing – the Level 4 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. Fourth- and fifth-grade students may begin in Level 4 regardless of their prior level of grammar instruction.

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Spend more time teaching and less time preparing – the Level 4 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. Fourth- and fifth-grade students may begin in Level 4 regardless of their prior level of grammar instruction.

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First Language Lessons Level 4  is a simple-to-use, scripted guide to grammar and composition that makes successful teaching simple–for both parents and teachers. This Student Workbook provides complete worksheets for the student, making it possible for busy parents and teachers to spend more time teaching and less time preparing.

First Language Lessons Level 4 consists of two products: this Student Workbook and the Instructor Guide which is sold separately. Together they make a complete grammar text that covers a wide range of topics- including parts of speech, sentence diagrams, and skills in beginning narration.

Content

380 perforated, consumable pages of exercises for your student. These include the following:

85 Grammar Lessons with: poems for memorization, empty sentence diagram frames, and blank lines perfectly sized for young students’ copywork, dictation, and narration.

10 Writing Letters Lessons

5 Dictionary Skills Lessons

These pages of student material do not include the necessary teaching material nor the directions for how to complete the assigned exercises. Those are found in the First Language Lesson Level 4, Instructor Guide only. The Instructor Guide is a necessary resource when using this workbook. 

Available Formats

This Student Workbook is available as a downloadable PDF or as a three-hole punched, bound, Paperback.

Additional Resources

Are your grammar skills a little rusty? If you didn’t have the benefit of a classical education that included instruction on how to diagram sentences (like the education your children are getting -those lucky ducks!); don’t fret! Stay a few steps ahead of the kids and be able to answer all their questions by adding The Grammar Guidebook and The Diagramming Dictionary to your library. They’re a great resource for all things grammar and the kids will get use of them in the coming years when they’re trying to write those college essays (Ack! It’s coming sooner than you think)!

For a complete writing program, add Writing With Ease!

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  1. Question

    I need the ISBN for this product please.

    • Sure, the ISBN is 978-1-933339-33-7.

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  2. Question

    When my daughter was in second grade we did level 1 in writing with ease. She is in 3rd grade now and we have been doing level 2. I feel like she is doing fairly well and I am getting anxious about the idea of her doing level 3 in 4th grade I think just because i feel like she should be writing by now. I was wondering if I should skip to level 4 even though the sentences are longer and challenge her and keep easing her into becoming more confident in dictation. By the way Susan Bauer is a genius. Thank you for spending all the time you did to develop this program. We have so benefited.

    • Thank you for the kind words! You know your student best, but I would lean toward not skipping to Level 4 – it’s a big enough jump from 2 to 3 as it is. She will still be on track to do Writing with Skill or another program in time to be prepared for high school writing. If she is ready for it after completing WWE3, then she would start in fifth-grade. If she is not, then she could either do WWE4 or another program in 5th and start Writing with Skill in 6th, and she will still be finished by the end of eighth grade.

      If you remain undecided, use the WWE Evaluations and take a look at the Grade Recommendations for some additional scenarios.

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  3. Question

    My son is going into 5th grade, and we just finished level 4. What is the next series or book we should be using?

    • Hi Brittany! Up until a few years ago, we recommended moving on to some books by other publishers after FLL 4: Rod & Staff, Voyages in English, etc. Now we have our own middle-grades grammar program: “Grammar for the Well-Trained Mind.” You can use it after FLL4. You’ll need the Core Instructor Text, and you can use any of the workbooks with it, since they can be done in any order: Red, purple, blue, etc. For a 5th grader, we’d recommend going slow, since our middle-grades Grammar program is pretty rigorous. Maybe aim to only go through half of the first book during Grade 5. Here’s an FAQ page with links to articles and videos about it: https://support.welltrainedmind.com/hc/en-us/articles/360040110194-What-grammar-should-I-use-after-First-Language-Lessons-Level-4-

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  4. Question

    Instead of page numbers and lesson numbers only, please provide a useful Table of Contents.

    • Thank you for the feedback. The Instructor Text table of contents contains all of the detailed information about what is covered in each lesson, but we can see how it would also be useful to have that information in the Student Workbook. We’ll consider how to improve this for our next printing of the book.

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  5. Question

    So is this the obvious sequel/continuation to FLL? I have a Grade 7 student that just finished Level 4 FLL. Is it set up the same?

    • Are you asking about First Language Lessons 4? If so, then yes, that is intended to follow after Level 3, and is set up very similarly. If a student has completed FLL 4, then they can move on to “Grammar for the Well-Trained Mind.”

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  6. Question

    Would you suggest level 3 or 4 for a third and fourth grader? They have completed level 1 but not 2. I have all the teacher manuals but 3 and 4 seem so similar.

    • Because of sentence length and reading level, it would probably be best to start the 3rd grader on Level 3 and the fourth grader on Level 4. But if you wanted to have them both at the same level, we’d suggest level 3.

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  7. Question

    I am trying to decide where to start my 6th Grader in a grammar program. He is an excellent reader and okay writer, but very little knowledge about the mechanics of writing. He always did very poorly in language arts in public school.

    • We would suggest First Language Lessons, level 3 or 4. Check out the samples and see how that matches up with his skill level.

  8. Question

    I just took my son out of public school. He was in 4th grade. He is a very good reader and writer. How do I know where to start him? I was thinking of starting him out with lvl 4. But since 4th grade is already over should I start with something different?

    • For a situation like this, we’d suggest starting him in Level 4. The grade number and “level” number aren’t tied very closely, so it doesn’t matter if he’s in 4th or 5th grade.

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