In the Language Arts teacher’s book and curriculum, students improve their reading comprehension and writing skills through exercises that reflect on classic literature and The Dream Cap Reading Series.  This helps learners use their knowledge of print to build cognitive and effective patterns for English interaction.  Through this series of readers learners can see how English is used to problem solve, make moral decision, and gain a broader understanding of American culture.  Reading is the key to learning vocabulary.  English has 88,600 word families.  This makes learning words so important to full English fluency.  The best way to learn those words Is through reading.  The Dream Cap Reading Series makes it easy for students to start the journey of learning all these English labels.  





Key Grammar: 1) Understanding Types of Literature, Setting, Characters, Sequence, Reading Comprehension, Synonyms and Antonyms, Point of View, Evaluating Writing, Parts of Speech, Planning for Writing, Writing a Narrative, Writing an Opinion Paragraph, Writing an Information Paragraph, Editing, and Writing for Others (Letters and Invitations, Presentation)





Moral Objects: 1) Boldness in Helping Others, 2) Confidence in Personal Abilities, 3) Empathy for Others’ Feelings, 4) Tolerance with Those who are Different, 5) Truthfulness, 6) Discretion with Words, 7) Forgiveness, 8) Role-modeling, 9) Obedience to Authorities, 10) Responsibility, 11) Respectfulness for Rules, 12) Dependability

The Dream Cap Series | Undertakings of Greatness