Winston Grammar does away with the traditional grammar textbook, lecture approach, and heavy emphasis on memorization. Instead, it gives students a set of color-coded clue cards and a book of exercises, which together generate multi-sensory activities. These activities teach grammar sentence diagramming. Students do this through moving, hearing, seeing, and speaking. Each kit has a teachers manual and a workbook. The lessons start with "articles" and build knowledge one part of speech at a time until students can diagram full sentences.
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