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Well-Ordered Language Level 3 Intensive Prep

  • Well-Ordered Language Level 3 Intensive Prep

Well-Ordered Language Level 3 Intensive Prep


  • For students in 5th grade and up starting in WOL Level 3

    Whether you are teaching at home or in a classroom, our WOL authors have created this grammar prep resource to serve you and your older students (5th grade and up) who are starting in WOL Level 3. Spend 9 days on an intensive review of the concepts learned in WOL Level 1 and Level 2 to set up for success students new to WOL and to give them confidence in skills their classmates may have mastered in previous years. This PDF of more than 200 pages includes supplemental hour-long lessons and printable worksheets.

  • E-book – PDF

    ISBN: 9781600516245

    Access available through My Library.

  • Tammy Peters, Author

    Tammy Peters

    Author and educator Tammy Peters earned her BA in elementary education and a minor in English from the University of Wisconsin in 1982, and her MA in reading from Cardinal Stritch University in Milwaukee in 1987. During her teaching career, she taught at elementary, undergraduate, and graduate levels and also worked as a district reading specialist. She retired in 2013 from her position as lead mentor-teacher at Mars Hill Academy, a classical Christian school in Cincinnati, where she had taught since 2000. She and her husband live in Minneapolis, Minnesota, where Tammy continues to write and consult with schools.

    Dan Coupland PhD, Author

    Dan Coupland PhD

    Dr. Daniel B. Coupland is a professor and chairman of the Education Department and dean of the faculty at Hillsdale College. He earned a BA in Spanish from Liberty University, an MA in linguistics from Oakland University, and a PhD in education from Michigan State University. He began his career in education as a high school teacher. At Hillsdale College, he teaches courses on English grammar and classic children’s literature. In 2013, Dr. Coupland was named Hillsdale College’s “Professor of the Year.” In 2016, he was a resident scholar at the C.S. Lewis Study Centre (The Kilns) in Oxford, UK. In 2017, Dr. Coupland received the Emily Daugherty Award for Teaching Excellence. His research focuses on classic children’s literature and English grammar instruction. Dr. Coupland served for six years on the board of directors for the Society for Classical Learning and is the former editor of the Society’s Journal. He also served as the associate editor for Arts and Liberty: A Journal on Liberal Arts and Liberal Education.