Grade 7 English "Building Securely" Set

Grade 7 English

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English 7 has 125 lessons divided into 11 chapters. The first two chapters deal with sentence parts and sentence construction. Object complements and subjective complements are introduced.

Chapters 3-9 focus on the parts of speech. Verbals, progressive and emphatic forms of verbs, intransitive verbs, restrictive clauses, conjunctive adverbs, and so forth, are introduced. Ample sentence diagramming practice is included. Chapter 10 teaches concepts about capitalization and punctuation. Italics, single quotation marks, and ellipses points are introduced. Chapter 11 deals with using numerous kinds of reference books, studying words, and studying word families.

Some of the new composition skills taught are guidelines for proofreading, character sketches, and note taking. Paragraph construction outlining, letter writing, story writing, and poetry are taught at deeper levels.

A booklet of 60 worksheets offers additional practice. The sheets may be copied as need in teaching this English course. The test booklet includes chapter tests and a final test. The teacher's manual follows the established pattern of the revised series.

Table of Contents

(Bold indicate Written Composition and Oral English lessons.)

Chapter 1 - Sentence Parts - Writing Character Sketches

  • 1. The English Language
  • 2. Sentences
  • 3. Subjects and Predicates
  • 4. Writing a Character Sketch
  • 5. Direct and Indirect Objects
  • 6. Predicate Nominatives and Predicate Adjectives
  • 7. Nouns of Direct Address and Nouns Used as Appositives
  • 8. Proofreading Your Writing
  • 9. Chapter 1 Review

Chapter 2 - Sentence Construction - Writing Paragraphs

  • 10. Types of Sentences
  • 11. Word Order in Sentences
  • 12. Clauses in Sentences
  • 13. Topic Sentences and Paragraph Unity
  • 14. Simple and Compound Sentences
  • 15. Complex Sentences
  • 16. Sentence Order and Paragraph Coherence
  • 17. Sentence Transitions and Paragraph Coherence
  • 18. Chapter 2 Review

Chapter 3 - Nouns - Developing Paragraphs

  • 19. Identifying Nouns
  • 20. Common and Proper Nouns
  • 21. Developing Paragraphs by Adding Details or Giving Steps
  • 22. Nouns With Regular Plural Forms
  • 23. Nouns With Irregular Plural Forms,and Collective Nouns
  • 24. Possessive Nouns
  • 25. Developing Paragraphs by Using Examples or Telling an Incident
  • 26. Verbals as Nouns
  • 27. Verbal Phrases as Nouns
  • 28. Identifying Noun Clauses
  • 29. Diagraming Noun Clauses
  • 30. Substantives
  • 31. Developing Paragraphs by Giving Definitions
  • 32. Chapter 3 Review

Chapter 4 - Verbs - Writing Outlines

  • 33. Identifying Verbs
  • 34. Principal Parts of Verbs
  • 35. Simple Verb Tenses
  • 36. Outlining
  • 37. Perfect Tenses of Verbs
  • 38. Using Perfect Verb Tenses
  • 39. Progressive and Emphatic Verb Forms
  • 40. Outlining Written Material
  • 41. Transitive Verbs
  • 42. Intransitive Complete Verbs
  • 43. Intransitive Linking Verbs
  • 44. Using an Outline to Write a Composition
  • 45. Reviewing Basic Sentence Patterns
  • 46. Taking Notes on a Sermon
  • 47. Chapter 4 Review

Chapter 5 - Verb Usage - Writing Letters

  • 48. Subject-Verb Agreement
  • 49. Using Lay—Lie, Set—Sit, and Raise—Rise
  • 50. Using Other Problem Verbs
  • 51. Writing Friendly Letters
  • 52. Writing Social Notes
  • 53. Active and Passive Voice
  • 54. Using the Active and Passive Voice
  • 55. Writing Business Letters
  • 56. Chapter 5 Review

Chapter 6 - Pronouns - Giving Oral Reports

  • 57. Personal Pronouns
  • 58. Pronoun Case
  • 59. Taking Notes for an Oral Report
  • 60. Using Personal Pronouns Correctly
  • 61. Compound Personal Pronouns and Demonstrative Pronouns
  • 62.Organizing Your Notes
  • 63. Indefinite Pronouns
  • 64. Interrogative and Relative Pronouns
  • 65. Developing Your Report From an Outline
  • 66. Giving an Oral Report
  • 67. Chapter 6 Review

Chapter 7 - Adjectives - Writing Descriptions

  • 68. Recognizing Adjectives
  • 69. Using Figures of Speech
  • 70. Positions of Adjectives
  • 71. Forms of Comparison for Adjectives
  • 72. Verbals as Adjectives
  • 73. Descriptive Writing
  • 74. Adjective Phrases
  • 75. Adjective Clauses
  • 76. Restrictive and Nonrestrictive Clauses, and Misplaced Clauses
  • 77. Using Adjectives Correctly
  • 78. Writing a Descriptive Composition
  • 79. Chapter 7 Review

Chapter 8 - Adverbs - Giving Book Reports and Explanations

  • 80. Recognizing Adverbs
  • 81. Writing a Book Report
  • 82. Forms of Comparison for Adverbs
  • 83. Prepositional Phrases Used as Adverbs
  • 84. Adverb Clauses
  • 85. Giving an Oral Explanation
  • 86. Distinguishing Between Adjectives and Adverbs
  • 87. Using Adverbs Correctly
  • 88. Chapter 8 Review

Chapter 9 - Prepositions, Conjunctions, and Interjections - Studying Poetry

  • 89. Prepositions
  • 90. Poetry
  • 91. Using Prepositions Correctly
  • 92. Coordinating Conjunctions
  • 93. Conjunctive Adverbs
  • 94. Rhythm in Poetry
  • 95. Subordinating Conjunctions
  • 96. Interjections
  • 97. Review of the Parts of Speech
  • 98. Rhyme and Repetition in Poetry
  • 99. The Message of Poetry
  • 100. Chapter 9 Review

Chapter 10 - Capitalization and Punctuation - Writing Stories

  • 101. Capitalization
  • 102. Story Writing: Portraying the Main Character
  • 103. End Punctuation
  • 104. Commas
  • 105. Story Writing: Developing the Conflict
  • 106. More Rules for Using Commas
  • 107. Quotation Marks
  • 108. More Quotation Marks
  • 109. Story Writing: Using Good Style
  • 110. Colons and Semicolons
  • 111. Italics (Underlining)
  • 112. Story Writing: The First Draft
  • 113. Apostrophes and Hyphens
  • 114. Story Writing: The Second Draft
  • 115. Chapter 10 Review

Chapter 11 - Using Reference Books - Writing Effective Sentences

  • 116. Using a Dictionary
  • 117. Groups of Related Words
  • 118. Writing Effective Sentences
  • 119. Word Families
  • 120. Encyclopedias and Atlases
  • 121. Concordances, Topical Bibles, and Bible Dictionaries
  • 122. Sentence Variety in Paragraphs
  • 123. Chapter 11 Review
  • 124. Final Review 1
  • 125. Final Review 2