As students approach high school, literature and language arts skills like critical and analytical thinking are introduced.
We have asked some Teach Them Diligently families what their favorite High School Language Arts and Literature curriculums are. Those are listed below with a link to our complete Homeschool Family Favorite Guide.
The Top 3…
Memoria Press Literature Guides – From their website: Memoria Press is a family-run publishing company that produces classical Christian education materials for home and private schools. It was founded by Cheryl Lowe in 1994 and has developed a K-12 classical curriculum at Highlands Latin School in Louisville, Kentucky, where its award-winning programs are written and field-tested.
Excellence in Literature – From their website: Armed with a method and a plan, parents and teachers using this course will provide students with a way to memorize poetry that will help them become excellent writers and speakers.
Abeka Language Arts – From their website: end your sixth grader on a journey of discovery through God’s gift of language! Offering step-by-step instruction, this curriculum explains grammar, composition, and mechanics—and demonstrates the writing process. Students will enhance their reading comprehension with 42 timed exercises; broaden their vocabulary; and nurture their imagination.
Top High School Language Arts and Literature Curriculums 4-5
4. BJU Press Language – From their website: Few skills are more essential today than effective communication. Help your children sharpen the tools of language use–writing and grammar skills. Your children’s analytical abilities will grow as they expand their vocabulary and learn to use words in context. They will learn how to read literature in the light of biblical truth and how to deal biblically with objectionable elements. BJU Press Literature teaches an appreciation for literary techniques in Scripture, presents a variety of genres from a range of cultures, and develops critical thinking skills.