Learn with Diagrams Interactive Grammar Course
Game-based mechanics adapt to the skill level of your students.
- More advanced students move faster and less advanced students get more easy questions and second chances.
- Suggested for 5th grade to graduate school.
Supplemental Grammar Content
- Give students the entire course or targeted interactive modules to support your curriculum.
- Use our Custom Curriculum function to create custom lessons.
- Track students with reporting functionality.
- Each course includes over 5 hours of lessons, games, and videos
- We offer substantial discounts on bulk orders for educational institutions. Contact us for a quote.
- Unlimited licenses available.
Mistakes are just another way to learn
- Students get instant feedback, allowing them to try again and learn concepts through trial-and-error.
- 44 multi-media lessons: subject-verb agreement, pronouns, modifiers, verb tense, sentence structure, participles, idioms, and more
- Quotes from famous authors impart wisdom and give students exposure to fine literature.
- Diagramming complex sentences improves reading comprehension.
- Useful for standardized tests with grammar questions: SAT, GMAT, ACT, TOEFL, and TOEIC.
It’s OK to get addicted
- Students get to replay their lessons at least three times.
Level 1: Grammar Basics
This lesson reviews the basics of grammar and how the diagram app works.
Level 2- Subject Verb Agreement
Diagramming teaches subject-verb agreement by showing such things as the role phrases.
Level 2-2: Compound Subjects (Grade 6+)
Diagramming teaches compound subjects and verbs.
Level 2-3: Verb-Subject Sentences (Grade 8+)
Sentence diagramming makes it easy to understand different sentence structures.
Level 2-4: Collective Nouns (Grade 7+)
Interactive questions help test difficult concept such as collective nouns.
Level 2-5: Gerunds (Grade 8+)
The role of gerunds can be visualized using diagramming.
Level 3: Pronoun Agreement
Diagramming makes it easy to distinguish the object and subject case of pronouns.
Level 3-2: Pronoun Antecedents (Grade 7+)
Students can identify the role of parts of speech and are better able to avoid pronoun errors.
Level 3-3: Indefinite Pronouns (Grade 8+)
We use interactive questions to help teach rote concepts like singular vs. plural indefinite pronouns.
Level 3-4: Relative Pronouns (Grade 10+)
Diagramming can show how relative pronouns act as subjects or conjunctions.
Level 4: Modifiers
Diagramming makes it easy to see the roles of modifiers in sentences.
Level 4-2: Irregular Modifiers (Grade 7+)
Irregular modifiers are reviewed using interactive questions.
Level 4-3: Modifier Proximity (Grade 10+)
Using diagrams, students can better visualize the confusing role of modifiers in sentences.
Level 4-4: Predicate Adjectives (Grade 8+)
Predicate adjectives are taught using interactive questions.
Level 5: Sentence Structure
Diagramming helps identify sentence fragments and run-ons by visualizing the role of clauses in sentences.
Level 5-2: Run-ons/Fragments (Grade 8+)
It is easy to identify sentence fragments because the subject or verb is missing.
Level 5-3: Sentence Meaning (Grade 11+)
This lesson uses diagramming to show how conjunctions between clauses can determine meaning.
Level 5-4: Comma Use (Grade 10+)
This lesson uses diagramming to show how commas should be used between clauses.
Level 6: Verb Tense
Learn with Diagrams uses a unique timeline to teach verb tense.
Level 6-2: Progressive Tenses (Grade 9+)
The timeline diagramming system makes it easy to visualize and interactively teach progressive tenses.
Level 6-3: Subjunctive (Grade 11+)
Conditional verbs can be taught by seeing the interaction between different parts of a sentence.
Level 6-4: Active/Passive Voice (Grade 8+)
Active and passive tense can be visualized using diagramming.
Level 7: Parallelism
Diagramming makes it easy to demonstrate parallelism and correlative pairs.
Level 7-2: Correlative Pairs (Grade 11+)
It is easy to see how correlative pairs work using diagramming.
Level 7-3: Comparisons (Grade 11+)
Students can see the interactions in a comparison.
Level 8: Misplaced Modifier
Misplaced modifiers are easy to identify by visualizing sentence structure.
Level 8-2: Participial Phrases (Grade 11+)
Dangling participles can be visualized using diagramming.
Level 9: Idioms
We use interactive questions to teach rote concepts such as idioms.
Level 10: Challenge Diagrams
Students can use their new diagramming skills to parse historical and famous quotes.
30 Sample Questions
This final chapter summarizes the course.
To integrate Learn with Diagrams into your curriculum or LMS, you have two options.
- Simply distribute a link to the supporting content.
- Create a custom link that allows the student to take the content and then return to a predetermined website upon completion. So, you create a link for the student to leave your digital and then they click the link to return.