How to Teach the Course
Two or three lessons per week cover a full year’s work, or you may choose to cover the course in one semester. students may not exercises independently.
The Answer Key contains reproductions of LightUnit page with answers and is spiral bound.
The Teacher’s Guide includes LightUnit pages with answers, instructions for teaching new concepts, oral reading activity ideas, discussion questions, and alternate LightUnit tests.
The stories in the reader Bridges Beyond take the child to the past, to the animal world, and to other lands. Meet young Noah Webster who was fascinated with words, a fox who outwitted his enemy, a seal who wouldn’t swim, a French girl who puzzles over a mystery, and a Dutch family who wonders whether war will stop the stork’s return.
Each reader selection speaks of God’s power and principles. In addition, the LightUnits build reading and study skills. Students learn to “read between the lines,” recognize basic story construction, understand the mechanics of poetry, and distinguish between fact and opinion.