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BJU Writing & Grammar 9 emphasizes grammar skills, beginning with sentence patterns and going on to the eight parts of speech, phrases, and clauses. It reviews spelling, capitalization, and punctuation. Students practice these skills by completing several writing assignments, including definition, comparison and contrast, personal experience, research essay, poetry, personal response to literature, devotional, and letter writing
BJU Writing & Grammar 10 continues to help develop your child’s grammar skills, emphasizing parts of speech, sentence patterns, phrases, clauses, and correct usage of verbs, pronouns, and modifiers. It also helps guide your child in creating a portfolio of personal writing assignments.
BJU Writing and Grammar 11 reviews the writing process, planning, drafting, revising, and publishing. It includes a systematic review of grammatical and mechanical skills. Students create portfolios that include twelve distinct writing assignments, including analytical essay, in-class essay, folktale, letter to the editor, memoir, parallelism, interview, critical response to literature, analogy, narrative poem, hymn, and a research paper. Students participate in specific aspects of publishing, including mailing a letter to the editor, submitting a poem for publication, and interviewing an important person in their lives.
BJU Writing and Grammar 12 reviews the writing process as well as grammar and mechanics. Students prepare portfolios consisting of twelve writing assignments: descriptive essay, persuasive essay, college application essay, monologue, sonnet, dramatic scene, response to a dramatic scene, research report, issue analysis essay, comparision and contrast essay, video report, and in-class essay.