The sixth course of the Elements of Language series is aimed at the 12th grade level and consists of 29 chapters.
Chapters 1 through 9 deal with guided writing.
Chapters 10 through 13 deal with building sentences and paragraphs.
Chapters 14 through 23 deal with various aspects of grammar.
Chapters 24 through 29 deal with correct language usage and mechanics.
The Reading and Writing Processes
Chapter 1: Remembering People
Chapter 2: Harnessing Your Imagination
Chapter 3: Comparing and Contrasting Media Messages
Chapter 4: Analyzing Causal Relationships
Chapter 5: Analyzing Drama
Chapter 6: Researching Literary Subjects
Chapter 7: Defending a Position
Chapter 8: Reviewing a Documentary
Chapter 9: Recommending Solutions
Chapter 10: Writing Clear Sentences
Chapter 11: Combining Sentences
Chapter 12: Improving Sentence Style
Chapter 13: Understanding Paragraphs and Compositions
Chapter 14: Parts of Speech Overview
Chapter 15: The Parts of a Sentence
Chapter 16: The Phrase
Chapter 17: The Clause
Chapter 18: Agreement
Chapter 19: Using Pronouns Correctly
Chapter 20: Clear Reference
Chapter 21: Using Verbs Correctly
Chapter 22: Using Modifiers Correctly
Chapter 23: Placement of Modifiers
Chapter 24: A Glossary of Usage
Chapter 25: Capitalization
Chapter 26: Punctuation
Chapter 27: Punctuation
Chapter 28: Spelling
Chapter 29: Correcting Common Errors
Acknowledgements and Credits
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