Class Name: Well Ordered Language Level 1A
This week’s focus: Chapter 2 Principal Elements, Part 1 – Subject and Predicate
• “Delight in your work. Students will absorb your attitude toward the material…”
• *** A key to understanding the WOL analytical model is the oral repetition that builds from lesson to lesson. The regular reinforcement helps students see the relationships among the words in sentences.
• Recommended overview video: https://classicalacademicpress.com/pages/well-ordered-language-teacher-training-level-1a
In preparation for Schole support class:
• Introduction pages 27 to 33
• Terms to Remember through song/chant – Principal Elements (1-3), Subject and Predicate (1-4), Eight Parts of Speech (1-1), Nouns (1-5)
• During Wednesday’s Zoom class we will work through Part A
• BRING TO CLASS: WOL workbook and pencil / small whiteboard and marker OR a clipboard with paper and marker.
To be completed this week:
• Complete Lesson 1 – A (we will work through this orally/on white board during the Schole lesson), B and C.
ENRICHMENT – Extra resources for children and families who desire more
• Lessons to Learn – Review
• Lessons to Enjoy – Poem, Fable
(Optional) Poem to Memorize: (taken from Linguistic Development Through Poetry Memorization – IEW)
1. Ooey Gooey
Ooey Gooey was a worm,
A mighty worm was he.
He stepped upon the railroad tracks,
The train he did not see!
by Ogden Nash
Develops the jaw,
But celery, stewed,
Is more quietly chewed.
THIS MONTH’S WOL ASSIGNMENT FOR SUBMISSION:
Quiz 1 Four Kinds of Sentences (Resource Library) – either enter mark on Submission Guide with marking guide available in Resource Library WOL OR email quiz to firstname.lastname@example.org to be marked. (due on or before October 1st).
Please contact email@example.com with any questions and submissions.