What are the core English language skills?
The goal of language, any of them, is to be able to share knowledge. This is how the human race continues to evolve in all facets. If we did not transfer the knowledge of the current working generation to younger generations, this evolution would be stopped in its tracks. There are four common components of knowledge transfer. First, we have to be able to take in information. We can do this through the spoken language by listening or by reading written work. We then also have to be able to transfer this knowledge to others. We can do that by speaking or writing down our thoughts. As a result, the four common core functions of the English language are listening, writing, reading, and speaking. This section of our website will explore various aspects of these four components and help elevate your skills.
We work on the descriptive words that help us keep our world colorful.
We work mastering our letters and the sequence of them.
We will learn how to order letters, words, and phrases.
Students learn how to find words that are similar or polar opposites.
These help us to form phrases and bolster our language.
This simple little activity has so much impact our ability to communicate.
We show you how to proper place these to help explain, draw attention to something, or just join ideas together.
Smash two words together and you get a whole new meaning, who would have guessed?.
A fun super charged vocabulary activity that all kids enjoy.
You read into encrypted text and get a good handle on it.
Students learn how to use this tool to help them solve a wide array different problems.
We look at statements that have two different elements that have a negative connotation.
Great ways to start off your language arts lessons.
There are many vocabulary words that can slide the definition around in several ways.
We learn about how these people, places, and things function in sentences.
Students learn how to spell these words and use them within the sentences.
Learn how to build off of root words and create new words.
This section helps us maintain proper grammar and mechanics.
We learn how to note the thoughts and dialogue of others.
We work on how to apply and use the general rules below.
We work off of the core agreed upon framework and help you make this automatic.
Students learn how to bolster their use of synonyms.
We work on new words that may be helpful for you.
The focus is on the difference between long and short vowels.
How to master your letters of the alphabet.
These little and simple puzzles can you improve your spelling and vocabulary skills.
This can help you build off on sounds and find commonalities in spelling.
I like to focus on the vowels and then look for common prefixes and suffixes.
These can work with word banks or definitions.
Words that are related to various regions of the world and map skills.
Vocabulary that is related all types of biology.
Common terms that you will find to help you better take on your math classes.
The focus here is on energy and energy transfer.