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3 Reasons Daily Language Review Won't Fail to Teach English

Whether you are a new or seasoned teacher, you are always in the lookout for new resource books to make lessons simple and pain free. Well, LOOK NO FURTHER! The Daily Language Review books from Evan Moor are a customer favourite at Scholar’s Choice (and soon to be a favourite of yours too)! The quick and simple lessons will help students master grade-appropriate spelling, vocabulary, and language conventions in very little time. Also, the method of instruction offers a continual spiral review.

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Here are 3 reasons Daily Language Review will become your no-fail method to teach conventions of standard English skills:

STUDENTS LIKE IT

  • Quick and simple lessons are not overwhelming for students
  • It’s review, which builds students’ confidence

IT’S EASY AND FLEXIBLE TO USE

  • You can use the daily activities for morning work, lesson warm-up, informal assessments, and/or homework packets
  • The Scope and Sequence helps you see the skills covered at a glance
  • Each day’s activity only takes 10 to 15 minutes, so it’s easy to incorporate centers, games, and other activities to extend the lesson

THERE’S A WRITING COMPONENT (YES!)

A favorite aspect is the full-page activity on “Day 5.” Many language lessons stop at corrections and do not make the leap into writing. Students must be given the opportunity to transfer their skills into their own writing. The Day 5 activities ask students to use the skills they have practiced all week to write their own sentences. This is the ultimate “tell all” for teacher assessment. Can students transfer their learning into their writing?

Bonus tip: You can easily extend your lesson. Daily Language Review complements the skill practice found in these Evan-Moor resources:

  • Language Fundamentals
  • Daily Paragraph Editing
  • Take It to Your Seat: Language Centers
  • Interactive lessons

Some of us approach grammar exercises like a strike team. Get in fast, deliver the lesson, dodge the complaints, and move on. Needless to say, our success rate in student understanding can leave a lot to be desired with this approach. If you can relate, try Daily Language Review. (And you won’t be ashamed of your writing wall!). Browse our extensive collection of resources books.

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