Wordly Wise Book 3

Unit 1: Plants and Animals

Lesson 1:Monsters of the deep

Lesson3: Roundup Time in Virginia

Lesson 4: Monarchs of the Air

Lesson 8: Hungry Plants


Unit 2: Events

Lesson 2: Up, Up and Away

Lesson 13:Viva Cinco de Mayo


Unit 3: People

Lesson 6: Doing it the Hard Way

Lesson 10:The invention of elevators

Lesson 12: Reading with the Fingertips

Lesson 14: Jason and the Golden Fleece

Course Introduction

The designed grammar materials will cover some foundational concepts in English grammar, such as identification, and the simple application of different parts of speech. Simple sentence structures, and four tenses will also be introduced to students. Apart from these, other basic grammatical rules like Subject/Verb Agreement, and Subject/Antecedent Agreement are also an important part. All of those will help students establish grammar awareness, and enhance their logical thinking ability at the same time.

In class, we will use interactive activities and interesting games to teach and practice grammar. For example, when we learn the comparative adjective, we will let students compete and incorporate in jeopardy games. They will gain different points according to the difficulty of the questions, and count the final points in the end. With the help of multimedia, and our interactive activities, students learn professional grammar in an enjoyable way.


  • Story analysis

  • ​Dictation

  • Paraphrasing

  • Summarize a story/paragraph

  • Sentence completion

  • Analyze the difference between story and informative writing


The Shakespeare course is designed to invite students to explore Shakespeare’s famous plays. Shakespeare is often intimidating but the materials used in this course are designed for younger students. The books present the full story of Shakespeare’s plays and explore their complex themes with level appropriate language and vocabulary that still challenges. The goal is for students to gain an understanding and appreciation for Shakespeare’s most famous plays. Along the way they will expand their vocabulary, critical thinking and analytical abilities, spelling and grammar, reading, and speaking.


  1. ​understand what is happening in the story: understand the words in the story, to be able to understand the sentences, and to understand what the plot of the story is

  2. To show that students are able to think and talk about the story. For instance, what it would be like to be a woman in Shakespeare’s time, since women were not allowed to act or even have a job

  3. Students have the ability to express their own idea when analyzing the story

  4. Understand the theme and main idea of the story

Course Outline

Unit 1: Introduction to Shakespeare




Unit 2: Midsummer Night's Dream



Script example

Unit 3: Romeo and Juliet



Deep reading of 3 scenes

Character exploration

Unit 4: ​The Tempest



Deep reading of 3 scenes

Character exploration