CQLA Green Series – Level B

$79.00

The CQLA approach continues with 1200+ pages of lessons in each of these Level B work texts. Your middle school students (grades 6th-8th) will continue to learn excellent communications skills in the same formats as the previous books with more challenging composition assignments using our Directed Writing Approach (check out the writing lessons in CQLA and Meaningful Composition—you’ll love them!); advanced grammar and usage lessons in which all skills are applied to writing; expanded Checklist Challenge editing lessons; extensive homophone and similar word lessons via our Wacky Words; and much more.

Character Qualities in the Green Series include: Alertness, Self-control, Gratefulness, Humility, Meekness, Diligence, Gentleness, Sincerity

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In CQLA, it does not matter which color you begin with! The three color series – Red, Blue, and Green – are just the way the character qualities are divided (see thumbnail picture to view character qualities in each color series).

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The CQLA approach continues with 1200+ pages of lessons in each of these Level B work texts. Your middle school students (grades 6th-8th) will continue to learn excellent communications skills in the same formats as the previous books with more challenging composition assignments using our Directed Writing Approach (check out the writing lessons in CQLA and Meaningful Composition—you’ll love them!); advanced grammar and usage lessons in which all skills are applied to writing; expanded Checklist Challenge editing lessons; extensive homophone and similar word lessons via our Wacky Words; and much more.

Character Qualities in the Green Series include: Alertness, Self-control, Gratefulness, Humility, Meekness, Diligence, Gentleness, Sincerity


In CQLA, it does not matter which color you begin with! The three color series – Red, Blue, and Green – are just the way the character qualities are divided (see thumbnail picture to view character qualities in each color series).

  1. Choose the level you need according to your student’s language arts abilities (Level Pre A – 2nd and 3rd grade; Level A 4th and 5th grade; Level B 6th, 7th, and 8th grade; Level C high school)
  2. Then choose the color series you desire according to the character qualities you would like to study that year. Be sure to get the same color (same set of character qualities) for each student so that the entire family is studying the same quality at the same time.

 

 

 

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What Is CQLA?

Character Quality Language Arts, CQLA for short, is a language arts program that brings together all aspects of language arts (except for learning to read in lower grades and detailed, individual literature book studies in upper grades) in one place for students in grades two through twelve. It has all aspects of language arts woven throughout each weekly lesson, including copy work, vocabulary comprehension, spelling, editing, outlining, writing, grammar, usage, structural analysis, word studies, editing via checklists, dictation, and more. it is an all-in-one program that was written when author, Donna Reish, decided that each of the separate books her kids were using (spelling, vocabulary, grammar, editing, writing, etc.) should all be put into one program with all aspects of language arts flowing together instead of taught in a disjointed manner from multiple texts.

Each CQLA book is laid out the same with weekly lessons broken down by monthly character quality emphasis. Each book is a work text (which is why they are so long!) meaning that most assignments are done right in the book (except for writing reports). (All assignments are done in the book for Pre A students.)

CQLA is character and biblically-based. Scripture and biblical principles abound. All passages, topics, grammar sentences, etc., come from historical, biblical, nature, health, character, etc., materials that emphasize certain character qualities. (For example, a passage about George Washington Carver emphasizes determination; one about a sloth emphasizes laziness vs. diligence; one about Macchu Picchu emphasizes resourcefulness, etc.)

All types of writing are taught—beginning with writing from passages that we give to students each week for the first two weeks of each unit and then writing from material the student finds (or “from his heart or his head”—depending on whether it is a report, essay, or story) for the last two weeks of each unit. All writing projects utilize our Directed Writing Approach in which students are directed each step of the way in the writing process—and taught all of the pre-writing skills that are needed in order to complete that type of writing. For example, in research report writing, the student is taught ahead of time how to research, how to merge sources (via our Color-Coded Research method), how to divide up material into paragraphs, etc. In essay writing, the student is taught how to write quotations, how to use transition sentences and phrases, etc. In story writing, the student is taught via Directed Brainstorming how to develop goals, obstacles, and resolution. Nothing is left to chance—our writing lessons are not writing ideas! (Note that the same writing assignments found in CQLA are also found in our composition-only books, Meaningful Composition.)

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