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北美G6-G8学生必须掌握哪些写作文体,该怎样写以及适合起步的教材练习册
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2019-8-21 11:40
2019年暑假,我计划陪同大女儿一起练习英文写作。

提高写作技能的方法很多——比如平时多阅读,并在阅读后有意识地总结中心思想;平时坚持写日记;阅读时遇到心仪的名言警句抄录下来等等。

语言学家 斯蒂芬·克拉申,曾提出——“对于学外语的人而言,阅读的越多,语言能力越宽。”
不可忽略的是,写作能力的确是需要一个长期输入并转化为自我能力的过程。所以,在此也建议小娃的父母,在可能的情况下,虽然"听说读写"中"写"是最后顺位,但越早带孩子进入英语写作练习越容易成功。

我有点后悔这个问题抓得有点儿晚了,之前过于依赖学校和机构,错过了最好的练习时机。所以,趁孩子G6的这个暑假,赶紧补补短板吧~

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划重点:
要想练好英文写作,首先要清楚英文写作时最常用的的文体格式有哪些。我研究了一下美国现行G6-G8课堂上,老师指导学生学习的写作文体,主要分为以下几类。(附例文说明写作技巧,注:看原文请点击题目链接)


  1. 个人叙事文 
Personal Narrative

个人叙事文是描述关于一个人生活中一个重要事件的短篇文章。
这类文体在表现的时候,学生容易感到厌倦,容易抱怨他们的生活很无聊,没有任何实质性的或值得写的东西发生在他们身上。 因此需要写作的人加入修饰和创造的部分,这样可以帮助写作时产生灵感。


例文1:

Eleven 
by Sandra Cisneros   
Best for 6th Grade

What they don’t understand about birthdays and what they never tell you is that when you’re eleven, you’re also ten, and nine, and eight, and seven, and six, and five, and four, and three, and two, and one. And when you wake up on your eleventh birthday you expect to feel eleven, but you don’t. You open your eyes and everything’s just like yesterday, only it’s today. And you don’t feel eleven at all. You feel like you’re still ten. And you are—underneath the year that makes you eleven. Like some days you might say something stupid, and that’s the part of you that’s still ten. Or maybe some days you might need to sit on your mama’s lap because you’re scared, and that’s the part of you that’s five. And maybe one day when you’re all grown up maybe you will need to cry like if you’re three, and that’s okay. That’s what I tell Mama when she’s sad and needs to cry. Maybe she’s feeling three. Because the way you grow old is kind of like an onion or like the rings inside a tree trunk or like my little wooden dolls that fit one inside the other, each year inside the next one. That’s how being eleven years old is. You don’t feel eleven. Not right away. It takes a few days, weeks even, sometimes even months before you say Eleven when they ask you. And you don’t feel smart eleven, not until you’re almost twelve. That’s the way it is. Only today I wish I didn’t have only eleven years rattling inside me like pennies in a tin Band-Aid box. Today I wish I was one hundred and two instead of eleven because if I was one hundred and two I’d have known what to say when Mrs. Price put the red sweater on my desk. I would’ve known how to tell her it wasn’t mine instead of just sitting there with that look on my face and nothing coming out of my mouth. “Whose is this?” Mrs. Price says, and she holds the red sweater up in the air for all the class to see. “Whose? It’s been sitting in the coatroom for a month.” “Not mine,” says everybody. “Not me.” “It has to belong to somebody,” Mrs. Price keeps saying, but nobody can remember. It’s an ugly sweater with red plastic buttons and a collar and sleeves all stretched out like you could use it for a jump rope. It’s maybe a thousand years old and even if it belonged to me I wouldn’t say so. Maybe because I’m skinny, maybe because she doesn’t like me, that stupid Sylvia Saldivar says, “I think it belongs to Rachel.” An ugly sweater like that all raggedy and old, but Mrs. Price believes her. Mrs. Price takes the sweater and puts it right on my desk, but when I open my mouth nothing comes out. “That’s not, I don’t, you’re not…Not mine.” I finally say in a little voice that was maybe me when I was four. “Of course it’s yours, ”Mrs. Price says. “I remember you wearing it once.” Because she’s older and the teacher, she’s right and I’m not. Not mine, not mine, not mine, but Mrs. Price is already turning to page thirty-two, and math problem number four. I don’t know why but all of a sudden I’m feeling sick inside, like the part of me that’s three wants to come out of my eyes, only I squeeze them shut tight and bite down on my teeth real hard and try to remember today I am eleven, eleven. Mama is making a cake for me for tonight, and when Papa comes home everybody will sing Happy birthday, happy birthday to you. But when the sick feeling goes away and I open my eyes, the red sweater’s still sitting there like a big red mountain. I move the red sweater to the corner of my desk with my ruler. I move my pencil and books and eraser as far from it as possible. I even move my chair a little to the right. Not mine, not mine, not mine. In my head I’m thinking how long till lunchtime, how long till I can take the red sweater and throw it over the schoolyard fence, or leave it hanging on a parking meter, or bunch it up into a little ball and toss it in the alley. Except when math period ends Mrs. Price says loud and in front of everybody, “Now, Rachel, that’s enough,” because she sees I’ve shoved the red sweater to the tippy-tip corner of my desk and it’s hanging all over the edge like a waterfall, but I don’t care. “Rachel, ”Mrs. Price says. She says it like she’s getting mad. “You put that sweater on right now and no more nonsense.” “But it’s not –“ “Now!” Mrs. Price says. This is when I wish I wasn’t eleven because all the years inside of me—ten, nine, eight, seven, six, five, four, three, two, and one—are pushing at the back of my eyes when I put one arm through one sleeve of the sweater that smells like cottage cheese, and then the other arm through the other and stand there with my arms apart like if the sweater hurts me and it does, all itchy and full of germs that aren’t even mine. That’s when everything I’ve been holding in since this morning, since when Mrs. Price put the sweater on my desk, finally lets go, and all of a sudden I’m crying in front of everybody. I wish I was invisible but I’m not. I’m eleven and it’s my birthday today and I’m crying like I’m three in front of everybody. I put my head down on the desk and bury my face in my stupid clown-sweater arms. My face all hot and spit coming out of my mouth because I can’t stop the little animal noises from coming out of me until there aren’t any more tears left in my eyes, and it’s just my body shaking like when you have the hiccups, and my whole head hurts like when you drink milk too fast. But the worst part is right before the bell rings for lunch. That stupid Phyllis Lopez, who is even dumber than Sylvia Saldivar, says she remembers the red sweater is hers. I take it off right away and give it to her, only Mrs. Price pretends like everything’s okay. Today I’m eleven. There’s a cake Mama’s making for tonight and when Papa comes home from work we’ll eat it. There’ll be candles and presents and everybody will sing Happy birthday, happy birthday to you, Rachel, only it’s too late. I’m eleven today. I’m eleven, ten, nine, eight, seven, six, five, four, three, two, and one, but I wish I was one hundred and two. I wish I was anything but eleven. Because I want today to be far away already, far away like a runaway balloon, like a tiny o in the sky, so tiny—tiny you have to close your eyes to see it.

写作技巧:
  • 描述性语言  【Descriptive Language】
  • 比喻语言  【Figurative Language】
  • 内心思考  【Inner Thinking】
  • 重复  【Repetition】


例文2:

by James Howe   
Appropriate for Grades 6-8 (very sad though)

James finds a sick kitten in the woods and tells the kitten everything will be okay. He takes it home hoping his his family will help. His mother says, “we’ll see…”. His brother Paul, who works for Dr. Milk, comes home and knows what to do. They drive the sickly kitten over to the vet’s office and the scenes that follow are heart wrenching. This story flows back and forth between the events of this day and memories involving James’s family. 


写作技巧:
  • 建立紧张局势  【Building Tension】
  • 个性发展  【Character Development】
  • 过去和现在的过渡  【Past and Present Transitions】
  • 主题  【Theme】


例文3:

by Adam Bagdasarian   
Best for 8th Grade

Will is in sixth grade and invited to Maggie’s party. He and Maggie have been exchanging notes in class. She confessed she liked him better than two other boys. Will gets ready for the party and has high hopes for the night. He and Maggie slow dance and afterward Will gets pressure from his friends to french kiss Maggie. When I read this story out loud to my students they are anything but disengaged. This story is related in so many ways. 


写作技巧:
  • 冲突  【Conflict】
  • 对话  【Dialogue】
  • 内心思考  【Inner Thinking】
  • 过去和现在的过渡  【Past and Present Transitions】


例文4:

by Amanda Werner   
Appropriate for Grades 6-8

My husband and I lived in Salt Lake City, Utah for five years and bought season ski passes every year we were there. We spent most weekends in the Wasatch mountains skiing the greatest snow on Earth. As fantastic as this sounds, things went very wrong one day. Erik, my husband wanted to ski out of bounds. We’d done so before and nothing had gone wrong but every time we did it I struggled with a decision, follow my husband out of bounds or stick to the groomers. On this day, I chose to follow and things went seriously wrong. 


写作技巧:
  • 个性发展  【Character Development】
  • 对话  【Dialogue】
  • 倒叙  【Flashback】
  • 内心思考  【Inner Thinking】


 2. 传记体( Memoir

传记(回忆录)和个人叙事之间有什么区别? 
传记(回忆录)通常以人们生活中的时间段或主题为中心,而个人叙事则是关于一个重要事件。 
下面的回忆录是关于面对小问题和巨大问题的有力故事。 通过阅读以下例文找到联系和想法:


例文1:

by Amy Tan   
Best for 8th Grade

Amy Tan is in love at the age of 14 with a boy named Robert. He doesn’t know it. To her horror, his family is invited over to dinner for Thanksgiving. Amy is mortified by her family and their traditional Chinese ways. 


写作技巧:
  • 【Hook/Lead】
  • 个性发展  【Character Development】
  • 设置说明  【Setting Description】
  • 反思结束  【Reflective Ending】


例文2:



by Gary Soto   
Appropriate for Grades 6-8

Gary needs a new coat. He describes a super cool biker jacket to his mom and is excited by the potential this new piece of clothing could have on his identity. The next day he finds a guacamole colored, too large coat hanging from is bedpost. His mom says it’s for him. He wears the ugly thing for years and describes in sad detail the negative impact it had on his life and his eventual acceptance of the thing and his situation.

写作技巧:
  • 个性发展【Character Development】
  • 比喻语言【Figurative Language】
  • 内心思考【Inner Thinking】
  • 象征【Symbolism】


例文3:


by Sherman Alexie   
Best for 8th Grade

Alexie describes his love of reading from the age of three to adulthood. He knows this love of reading saved him from the poverty and struggles of life on an Indian Reservation. But he doesn’t just want to save his own life, he wants to save others’ lives too, through books and writing.


写作技巧:
  • 个性发展【Character Development】
  • 比喻语言【Figurative Language】
  • 重复【Repetition】
  • 设置说明【Setting Description】


例文4:

by Amy Tan   
Best for 8th Grade

Jing-mei’s mom has big plans for her daughter. She wants her daughter to be a prodigy. But as time goes on and Jing-mei fails her mother’s expectations over and over, Jing-mei begins to resent her mother and fail on purpose. She and her mother eventually face off and Jing-mei wins. Her mother backs off, but eventually Jing-mei regrets what she did and the things she said to her mother that day.


写作技巧:
  • 个性发展【Character Development】
  • 对话【Dialogue】
  • 主题【Theme】
  • 转变【Transitions】



 3. 虚构类小说体( Fiction

小说包括许多很多类型......让学生选择适合所有类型的流派并教授核心写作技巧。 这些核心技能可能是:情节,角色发展,场景,语气,情绪,观点,描述,对话,主题,比喻语言,过渡,组织和写作过程。

孩子可以选择一个喜欢的虚构书籍或短篇小说。 使用这些故事来做阅读分析,同样可以通过这些故事教授虚构类小说的写作技巧!



例文1:


by Ray Bradbury   
Appropriate for Grades 6-8

Margot is from planet Earth and just moved to Venus. Most children in her class have never seen the sun, because on Venus it rains for seven years straight. On the day that the rain is finally supposed to stop the kids in Margot’s class make a horrendously cruel decision. 


写作技巧:
  • 比喻语言【Figurative Language】
  • 意象【Imagery】
  • 象征【Symbolism】
  • 主题【Theme】


例文2:


by Langston Hughes   
Appropriate for Grades 6-8

Mrs. Jones is walking through the street at night when suddenly a young boy tries to take her purse. She is a strong women and grabs a hold of the boy and doesn’t let go. Instead she brings him to her house, feeds him and talks to him. She learns his name is Roger and soon they begin to develop an understanding. 

写作技巧:
  • 个性发展【Character Development】
  • 对话【Dialogue】
  • 内心思考【Inner Thinking】
  • 主题【Theme】


例文3:

by Ken Liu   
Best for 8th Grade (has mature content)

Jack or “Kan-kan”, as his mother likes to call him, has a magical, paper lion named Laohu. Jack’s mother made it for him. She has an incredible talent for making origami creatures come to life. Jack loves all his “pets”, but when another boy comes over with his Star Wars toys, Jack realizes he is different…and even more so…his mother is different. He begins to keep his distance from his mother and wants her to be more American by learning English. Jack stops speaking Chinese with her and as time goes on he discovers the story behind his mother’s past. 


写作技巧:
  • 对话与内心思维【Dialogue & Inner Thinking】
  • 将历史时期和事件融入故事【Integrating Historical Time Periods & Events into Stories】
  • 作为故事的一部分的格式/字母【Formats/Letters as Part of Stories】
  • 反转【Transitions】



例文4:

by Ray Bradbury   
Appropriate for Grades 6-8

George and Lydia Hadley just purchased the HappyLife Home. This house does absolutely everything you can think of for them and their two children. It even has a playroom that can turn into the African savannah for their children’s entertainment. Lack of discipline and too much reliance on technology leads to an treacherous end. 

写作技巧:
  • 行动【Action】
  • 对话【Dialogue】
  • 意象【Imagery】
  • 以扭曲结束【Ending with a Twist】


例文5:

by Shirley Jackson   
Appropriate for 8th Grade

Members of a small village gather for many events throughout the year, square dances, teen club, the Halloween fair and other civic activities. And now all the members of this small town, men, women and children gather for the annual lottery. 

写作技巧:
  • 方言【Dialect】
  • 铺垫【Foreshadowing】
  • 设置说明【Setting Description】
  • 象征【Symbolism】



 4. 信息文( Information

找到信息文本相当容易,它们以博客文章和新闻文章的形式出现在互联网上。
注:看原文请点击题目链接


例文1:

from Tween Tribune   
Appropriate for Grades 6-8

Parents are depicted as a bit hypocritical in this article (students will love it). They say they want their children to use their devices less. Yet, parents seem to be on their devices just as much, if not more than their children!

写作技巧:
  • 标题【Captions】
  • 引用研究【Citing Studies】
  • 引用来源【Quoting Sources】
  • 统计【Statistics】


例文2:

from Dogo News   
Appropriate for Grades 6-8

Kids can become developers for games like Roblox. The company pays 30% in royalties and this has made some millionaires! Students will love reading about how to make money through what they are most passionate about…video games!

写作技巧:
  • 标题【Captions】
  • 引用数据 【Citing Data】
  • 组织【Organization】
  • 引用来源【Quoting Sources】


例文3:



from Dogo News   
Appropriate for Grades 6-8

A school in Sweden decided to do an experiment…no homework or tests for a whole month. If stress is reduced in these students’ lives they may never have to do homework again! Other countries are experimenting with this idea too. Students will love learning about the negative impacts of homework in this article. 

写作技巧:
  • 条形图【Bar Graphs】
  • 偏见(这篇文章有点片面)【Bias (this article is a bit one-sided)】
  • 总结研究【Summarizing Studies】
  • 嵌入视频【Embedding Video】


例文4:

from Tween Tribune   
Appropriate for Grades 6-8

Between Hawaii and California there floats a patch of trash twice the size of Texas! It is disgusting. Boyan Slat, a 23 year old, has taken it upon himself to find a solution. This article talks about his invention and how he is working toward a solution to this very large and concerning problem. 

写作技巧:
  • 从访谈中嵌入引号【Embedding Quotes from Interviews】
  • 提供不同的观点【Providing Differing Viewpoints】
  • 提供统计【Providing Statistics】
  • 使用逗号添加细节【Use of Commas to Add Detail】



 5. 文学分析文
Literary Analysis

又叫文学论文。 学习这一文体的理由是帮助学生发展他们的分析技能,以便他们能够批判性地思考世界事件,商业,政治,书籍乃至他们自己的生活!论文文本涉及广泛的主题,更该强调的是,论文该不仅出现在学校,现实生活中也该被广泛应用。
注:看原文请点击题目链接


例文1:


by Monica Edingar   
Appropriate for 8th Grade (advanced writing)

Edingar starts off arguing how important it is that we talk about the experiences of migrants and refugees, especially to our children. She then goes on to beautifully summarize and analyze six children’s books about people from places ranging from Chile to Greece to Mexico. 

写作技巧:
  • 破折号【Dashes】
  • 引用个人【Quoting Individuals】
  • 总结【Summarizing】
  • 转变【Transitions】


例文2:


by Elisabeth Egan   
Appropriate for 8th Grade
 
Three thriller YA novels are discussed in this well written article. Not only will students learn the writing techniques listed below, they’ll also learn about some high interest YA novels too.

写作技巧:
  • 比较文学【Comparing Literature】
  • 建立联系【Making Connections】
  • 叙事钩【Narrative Hook】
  • 在括号中提供详细信息【Providing Details in Parentheses】


例文3:

by Lana Winter-Hebert   
Appropriate for Grades 6-8

This article discusses some excellent reasons why we should be reading everyday. Many important points are brought up such as how reading helps you become a better writer and develop analytical skills! 

写作技巧:
  • 脚注【Footnotes】
  • 关于他们的生活问题的读者【Hooking Reader with Questions about Their Life】
  • 组织【Organization】
  • 提供照片信用【Providing Photo Credit】


 6. 辩论文( Argument

学习这一写作文体最好的模本就是报纸社论。然而,报纸往往高于我们学生的阅读水平。所以可行的方法是大声读那些文章,阅读后并注释。 当第一次大声朗读时,更能有效保留信息和写作技巧。
注:看原文请点击题目链接


例文1:


by James Doubek   
Appropriate for Grades 7-8 (article is a bit advanced)

Doubek argues that taking notes by hand is actually better than taking notes on a laptop. When you take notes by hand you synthesize information into memorable chunks because you can’t write absolutely everything down when a teacher is lecturing. When you take notes using a laptop you tend to type word for word what you hear, skipping the important synthesis and thinking process. 

写作技巧:
  • 引用研究【Citing Studies】
  • 连接到Hook中的受众【Connecting to Audience in Hook】
  • 做出反驳【Making Counterarguments】
  • 引述访谈【Quoting Interviews】


例文2:

by Pau Gasol   
Best for 8th Grade (some locker room talk)

Pau Gasol is an NBA basketball player who has been coached by Becky Hammon, the first and only female to ever coach in the NBA. Paul writes this letter to question societal norms and assumptions about women in positions that are dominated by men. It is an excellent read.

写作技巧:
  • 轶事【Anecdotes】
  • 相反的论点【Counterarguments】
  • 设置句子强调【Setting Sentences off to Emphasize】
  • 转变【Transitions】



 7. 演讲稿( Speech

通过TED Talks学习这个文体的技巧。
注:看原文请点击题目链接


例文1:


 [ Transcript  ] 
by Stephen Claunch   
Appropriate for All Grades

Stephen Claunch was born with many health issues. But these issues have not stopped him from reaching his goals. Stephen explains that obstacles can be overcome with hard work, not excuses. 

写作技巧:
  • 叙事【Narrative Hook】
  • 重复【Repetition】
  • 转变【Transitions】
  • 一起编织多个故事【Weaving Multiple Stories Together】


例文2:


[ Transcript
by Derek Sivers   
Appropriate for All Grades

This humorous talk analyzes the process of creating a movement. Sivers points out that leaders are important but followers might be more important to making a movement. 

写作技巧:
  • 结束演讲的教训总结【Summary of Lessons to End Speech】
  • 用幽默【Using Humor】
  • 演讲中的视频分析【Video Analysis in a Speech】


例文3:

by Richard St. John   
Appropriate for Grade 8 (the words damn and assholes are used)

This super concise and funny talk gives students advice for how to be successful in life. 

写作技巧:
  • 缩略语教学【Acronyms to Teach】
  • 列为组织演讲的一种方式【Listing as a Way to Organize a Speech】
  • 叙事链【Narrative Hook】
  • 幻灯片图形【Slideshow Graphics】


例文4:


by Terry Moore   
Appropriate for All Grades

This short talk teaches us that we’ve been tying our shoes wrong! It is eye-opening in the simplest way. 

写作技巧:
  • 与观众联系【Connecting with the Audience】
  • 在演讲中做演示【Doing a Demonstration During a Speech】
  • 使用引用结束演讲【Using a Quote to End a Speech】


以上文体形式是美国中学生需要掌握的。
                          ♧♧♧

那么,作为英语非母语国家的孩子该用哪些练习册或教材学习写作呢?
在我一段摸索后,我替孩子选择以下几本教材和练习册:

  1. Wonders —— ReadingWriting Workshop G6

Wonders Reading/Writing Workshop Grade66人有 · 评价1Diane August Tina H Kenhka Jashan Spunki Sathvik Tyler Easter Shoorsen Daniel Tracy -Firmiana-

一册的阅读周期为五周,基本相符我们不到一个月刷完,每天一篇。
这套教材的练习重点是:阅读后生词整理和对文章的框架式理解并总结。

用其中一篇文章为例:

文章阅读前会有生词词解

阅读后利用各类型写作方式对文章内容理解和总结





孩子选择她喜欢的形式书写来总结文章。


  2. Picture Composition 5/6

Picture Composition 55人有 · 评价1Terry Bell
Picture Composition 64人有Terry Bell

这套是比较传统形式的练习册,有点类似我们小时候的看图说话。
但不同的是这套练习册是难度递进式的,每一个新小结会对难度标准提出一个新目标(Writing tips),以增加写作难度。
这套练习我家是以一周2-3篇的进度进行。

学乐“看图写作”练习册 Picture Composition让孩子看懂图、有话说!72¥160


这套练习册的另一个好处是,书的末页为每篇练习提供了一个“答案”—— 例文。所以,孩子可以在完成写作创作后,参照“答案”学习不同的想法和写作技巧。

Road Safety

There was a boy that really liked to play soccer, so his soccer ball was like his treasure.
One day, the boy was playing soccer on the field with his friends. But the ball rolled and rolled out the fence. It went on the road. (The ball rolled onto the road.)
To me, I am a night owl so I sleep very late. I am very tired today, but I have to go to my boss’s  office. I was driving my truck when I saw a soccer ball rolling over and then a kid following. I almost  bumped into the kid. But it is a relief that he did not die.( Fortunately, the kid was not dead.) I think if he was dead then I would have to go to jail!  I had to go to the police station with the kid, because it was dangerous of him to just run around the road.
I was very angry because now my boss will be angry for being late.( I was so sad that my boss will be very angry because I was late.) It was my 3rd time late so I will get a red card. Oh no! What if I got fired?!!


Bicycle Theft

One day I was walking to school, and I saw a person wants to get the lock on the bike off ( unlock the bicycle). I was very surprised. So I was going to run away because I knew that he was a theft. When he saw me, he called ( asked) me to help him. I didn’t know what to do. So I pulled my phone out of my pocket and began acting that my mom was calling me.
When I was going back home I got the confidence to ask the man. So I asked:” What are you doing here all day?” And the man said:” I lost my key to the lock, so I am trying to free my bike.” I was actually very shocked. At first I thought he was a bicycle theft, but he’s not! I felt very sorry for him that I ran away from him.
Then I helped the man unlock the lock. He said thanks and went away.
The next day, when I saw the newspaper I almost had fainted. It said “There was a little boy that ( who) had helped ( helps) the theft to ( ×) steal another bicycle”.
After that time, I couldn’t trust anyone exept ( except) for my family ever again.

这是孩子写的其中两篇,我觉得文章的想法很好,虽然词句的使用还有很多不足,但是,通过将近半个月的练习,明显能感觉到有很大的进步——包括语法,句式,标点的使用。括号里的部分是我的建议。



  3. Scholastic Success with Writing / Grammar G5

“学乐成功必赢”美国练习册 Success 美国孩子普遍在用的语法阅读写作练习册198¥495

很遗憾的是这套练习册没有G6, 但循序渐进的跟着这套走的话,会获得很大的成功。
一个月内,我们完成了这套练习册G4,G5 Grammar两册,正在刷G5 Writing.



  4. Write Source: Assessment Grade 6 /7

Write Source: SkillsBook Student Edition Grade 72人有 · 评价1Pat Sebranek, Dave Kemper Barbara Scribeslane Aidinowsky

Write Source: SkillsBook (consumable) Grade 8Pat Sebranek Princess Samantha Scribeslane

Write Source: SkillsBook Student Edition Grade 610人有 · 评价1Great Source (Preparation)

Write Source: Assessment Teacher's Edition Grade 61人有 · 评价1GREAT SOURCE(Author)





这套练习题从语法着手,通过试题,脚踏实地的改正孩子在写作时最容易犯的错误,从最基本的知识开始。我很欣赏这套教材的教学手法,细腻且周到。

大纲如下↓



这套题三周刷完了G6, 正在进行G7的部分。



  5. Keystone 2013 Student Edition Building Bridges 

Keystone 2013 Student Edition Building Bridges1人有 · 评价1Prentice Hall
Keystone 2013 Workbook Building Bridges1人有 · 评价2Pearson Early Learning Group

这是美国Scott Foresman 出版社(美国培生教育集团 于2012出版的一系列美国原版教材,目前国内的知名度还比较低,属于小众类。
总体来说,这套教材跟我们熟知的 Wonders系列在系统上有些类似。也是基于每篇独立阅读文章的基础上,通过Vocab,Grammar,Writing等几大类进行学习。属于综合体。
不同的是,这套教材在每个年级的级别上(G1-12),又细分难度级别(LA-F),更适合外国人学习。

例如:
Keystone 2013 Workbook Level B2人有 · 评价1 · 书评1Pearson Early Learning Group Alegarciatre Katelee362357gmail.Com

这套教材是孩子之前机构用书,所以有空就继续刷几页。

这套教材的介绍很少,所以给大家以其中一篇文章为例,详细了解一下:












下面的是配套workshops部分:






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总之, 骐骥千里,非一日之功。大家一起努力吧,我也非常欢迎同样在家辅导孩子英文写作的花友跟我交流心得。另外需要说明的是,所有的教材和练习册我全部是购买的正版,所以请不要向我索要文件分享或链接。

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