High School Literature & Composition 3A: Advanced Guide to Literature & Composition Part A

For homeschool high schoolers who enjoy a wide selection of literature and writing topics simply presented in one package, here it is:

Advanced Guide to High School Literature & Composition: Part A

Advanced Guide to High School Literature & Composition: Part A is great for teens who:

  • Have some experience in writing (no need to be experts)
  • OR
  • Have completed Intermediate Guide to High School Literature & Composition: Parts A and B

Advanced Guide to High School Literature & Composition: Part A is a one-semester guide through important Language Arts skills for  the high school transcript. This downloadable etext is easily followed the second semester by Advanced Guide to Literature & Composition: Part B.

Included in this curriculum are two composition guides and five literature guides (these are also found individually in the 7 Sisters store):

As always, 7SistersHomeschool.com’s each of the included Literature Study Guides contain:

  • Background information on the book
  • A literature theme and terms
  • Vocabulary exercises
  • Comprehension and critical thinking questions
  • Answer key
  • Instructions for adapting the guide to various ability and interest levels
  • Fully-editable format (teens can do all the work on the computer without wasting ink for printing)
  • NO busywork! NO wasted time doing useless time-filling paperwork!
  • These Literature Study Guides:
    • The Hobbit (The J.R.R. Tolkien classic presented at high school level, for those students who have not read it lately.) OR Out of the Silent Planet (C.S. Lewis’ famous allegorical sci-fi novel.)
    • Born Again (The true-life story of the conversion and life of Chuck Colson.)
    • Uncle Vanya (Classic Russian tale that brings to life a different culture.)
    • The Right Stuff (Thought-provoking story of fighter pilots, astronauts, competition and inspiration.)
    • The Scarlet Letter (Classic American story that teens need to revisit.)
    • The Good Earth (Pearl Buck’s moving story of a family’s struggles and life in China.)

The two Writing Guides for this semester include:

  • Concise, self-directed lessons (approximately 15 minutes needed daily for the lesson)
  • Fully-editable format (teens can do all the work on the computer without wasting ink for printing)
  • Rubric for grading
  • These Writing Guides:
    • Myth-Fantasy Short-Story Writing (Teens are coached step-by-step through the delightful process of creating a 5-page story in the style of C.S. Lewis and J.R.R. Tolkien.)
    • Advanced Essay Writing (This guide conforms to the style of the optional essay in the new SAT and is useful for college-level or career-clear writing.)
Advanced Guide to High School Literature & Composition: Part A has a unique feature that high schoolers will LOVE: The Table of Contents for this downloadable, editable guide is LINKED to the content. (For instance: If your teen is in the Table of Contents and clicks on The Good Earth, that study guide will immediately open- no searching for page numbers!)
Advanced Guide to High School Literature & Composition: Part A is great for independent study OR use for co-ops and homeschool group classes.

You can find the books you need to accompany the Literature guides in this resource at your local library, or if you’d like to order new or used copies of these classics, JUST CLICK HERE.

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Advanced Guide to High School Literature & Composition: Part A