Questions Often Asked
Q. I know that Daily Grams are now at grade levels 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, and Junior High/Senior High. What happened to Daily Grams 6+ (green)?
A. Daily Grams 6+ has been renamed Daily Grams: Jr. High/Sr. High level. The only change in this text is the addition of a "Content & Sequence" which states concepts reviewed and on which days these concepts appear. (All new Daily Grams include a "Content and Sequence.")
Q. How do Daily Grams: Grade 3 and Daily Grams: Grade 4 differ from the original Daily Grams 3/4 & Daily Grams 4/5?
A. Many of the concepts are the same or similar within the new texts. However, more explanations of concepts in initial reviews are included. In addition, sequencing in these texts has been changed to offer improved review.
Q. How do Daily Grams: Grade 5 and Daily Grams: Grade 6 differ from the original Daily Grams 4/5 & Daily Grams 5/6?
A. Although many items from the original texts have been maintained, additional concepts have been included. For example, the new books include 6 items per day; this allows for more review. Also, the new texts include analogies (and how to do them) and spelling rules (with cyclic review). Like Daily Grams: Grades 3 and Daily Grams: Grade 4, more teaching has been incorporated within the initial reviews.
Q. Which is more difficult, Daily Grams: Grade 7 or Daily Grams: Junior High/Senior High?
A. Daily Grams: Junior High/Senior High is more difficult; little explanation is offered. Daily Grams: Grade 7 includes analogies and spelling (which arenât included in the higher level).
Q. Are Daily Grams student workbooks now available for each level?
A. Yes, Daily Grams workbooks and Easy Grammar workbooks are available. Workbooks are cost effective and save teachers valuable time.
Q. Are the Daily Grams and Easy Grammar books still reproducible for student non-commercial use?
A. Yes, and they are money-back guaranteed.
Q. I love the Easy Grammar teaching series; students love the step-by-step, easy-to-understand approach. However, must I use a Daily Grams?
A. No, but daily reviews using these texts result in even more mastery of concepts.
Q. What are the strengths of the Easy Grammar series?
A. Students use a "hands on" approach (deleting/marking). Innovative approaches to teaching in a simplistic, easy to understand way make learning meaningful. Students learn correct usage and why that usage is appropriate. Review and using information previously learned to teach new concepts help to insure mastery learning. This method is both easy to teach and easy to learn. Also, it produces excellent results.
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