Video Lessons & Slide Deck Notes

Great for middle school, high school, college students & adult learners

The "Advanced Grammar Bundle" includes downloadable video lessons and PDF slide deck lecture notes for object complements, subject complements, conditional statements, and clauses in English grammar. Developed by a long-time English instructor, you can trust the knowledge and accuracy of each lesson.

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Course Curriculum

    1. Video: Object Complements

    2. PDF: Object Complements

    1. Video: Subject Complement

    2. PDF: Subject Complement

    1. Video: Conditional Statements

    2. PDF: Conditional Statements

    1. Video: Clauses

    2. PDF: Clauses

    1. Worksheet Packet #1

    2. Download: Worksheet Packet #1

About this course

  • $27.00
  • 20 lessons
  • 1 hour of video content

What's Inside

All of the materials are available for immediate download. Please use fair use copyright laws when printing or distributing.

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  • Video Lessons, Lecture Slides, Quizzes, PDF Handouts

  • Bonus: English Grammar & Writing Distance Learning Video Lesson Plan

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Your Instructor

“If you can’t explain it simply, you don’t understand it well enough.”--Albert Einstein

Ashan R. Hampton


Ashan R. Hampton served as an English instructor in higher education for over 20 years. She proudly cherishes the distinction of being the first African American female graduate of the Donaghey Scholars Program at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock, under the direction of Dr. C. Earl Ramsey, Emeritus. With her doctoral studies on hold, Ashan has found success in online education. She produces and teaches original writing and grammar courses for global audiences. Outside of academics, Ashan worked for short stints in the corporate world as a technical writer, website designer, digital content coordinator, proofreader and legal editor. She is also a self-published author who has recently released multiple books on grammar, writing, proofreading and copyediting, now available on Amazon, Lulu, and other popular booksellers. All book titles and ordering information are posted on her website at: