Help your students understand the English language with 5th Grade English Pace 1058 by Accelerated Christian Education. This course will teach them correct grammar and word usage for every day use.
In this English Pace, your children cover:
- May versus Can
- Sit versus Set
With the 5th Grade English course by Accelerated Christian Education, your students will learn:
- Subject/Verb Agreement
- Singular versus Plural
- Simple versus Complete
- Predicate Adjectives
- Comparative Degrees of Adverbs
- Sentences versus Fragments
- Sentence Patterns
- Quotation Marks
- Word Concepts
- Character Development
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Accelerated Christian Education offers individualized homeschool core curriculum from preschool through college preparatory levels in Math, English, Social Studies, Science, Spelling and Vocabulary, as well as various electives for all grade levels.
Self-Instructed Program--No Lesson Plan Required!
The ACE curriculum program is one of the most easily administered programs available to homeschooling parents. The program is self-instructional for the student, and requires almost no preparation time on the part of the parent. Instead, the primary job of the parent is supervising, motivating, and grading the tests completed by the student. There are no lesson plans to prepare with this program!
Lessons with Biblical Values
Integrated into each course are Biblical truths and character-building principles that provide the Christian homeschooling student with a strong grounding in the Bible. A non-denominational program, ACE avoids specific doctrines and instead focuses on the truths evident in Scripture. Students are challenged to be honest, to have integrity, to encourage one another, to respond with respect, and much more.
Student Becomes Master
Each Accelerated Christian Education text is broken down into 12 colorful workbook-style units of study that are presented with a mastery approach. Therefore, students not only receive initial instruction but review each skill and/or principle several times to ensure mastery and retention.