Here to Help Learning’s Writing Program has two skill levels: Paragraph Writing and Essay Writing[/caption]
Here to Help Learning‘s Writing Program is split into two main skill levels, Paragraph Writing and Essay Writing.
Paragraph Writing teaches the student how to write a paragraph.
Essay Writing teaches the student how to write a 4-5 paragraph essay.
Assessing Your Child’s Writing Skill Level
If you are unsure which level to place your child in, Here to Help Learning provides a Writing Placement Test.
Which Flight do I choose?
Each Skill Level has three Flights.
You can choose to start on any Flight. Each flight is all inclusive and may be used in any order. Because instruction in all Flights are all-inclusive it is set up to facilitate multi-level teaching within the Paragraph or Essay skill level. There are beginner and advance levels in each lesson. So you may choose the flight with the writing projects that pique your families’ interest. View the Scope and Sequence for a full list of Writing Projects. While Flights may be done in any order, instruction is unique to each year and different skills are introduced.
Please note: Essay level-Flight 3 is HTHL’s Write a Book project. We recommend the student completes at least one Flight in the Essay level before beginning this project.