Thursday, March 7, 2013

Simple Steps to Sentence Sense Videos

Has it been a long time since you sat through English 101 in college? 

Do you need help with analyzing English sentences? 

Maybe you are just learning English for the first time, or you are taking a foreign language that requires you to know sentence structure. Whatever the reason, if you feel a little uncomfortable about analyzing the structure of an English sentence or about writing well-constructed sentences of your own, I can help you. 

Grammar is my specialty. I have always loved taking sentences apart and putting them back together, and I taught my students how to do if for over three decades.

If you need help (or your students, children, or grandchildren do), I have exactly what you need. I have recently uploaded a series of videos that will guide you through the 8 steps of the Simple Steps to Sentence Sense series. The videos are short and easy to understand, and best of all FREE!

You can use them with students who enroll late in the year, with students who need tutoring, or you could let the videos do the teaching for you. Just make copies of the notes from my book and give each student a copy. Then play the video for them, sit back, and let me explain the step.

After you watch them, if you want to practice what you have learned or learn even more, just visit my store.

Simple Steps to Sentence Sense by Charlene Tess

Click on the links below to watch the videos:

Signature and Photo Charlene Tess