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#1 OtherJohn

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Posted 09 October 2012 - 09:58 AM

Hi All!
Over the next few weeks we will be doing major upgrades to the website and servers. And with over 4 million posts, I want to make sure we are able to find great content posted by you all. Our goal is to make this site the best resource for Classical Education and Home Schooling on the internet and I think we can get there, but we need your help!

Can you help us by linking to great and helpful threads here?

Please put a title and link for each one and if possible, a few "tags" or a category you would put it under.

I are grateful for your participation and look forward to what's ahead!
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#2 ErinE

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Posted 09 October 2012 - 10:01 AM

8FilltheHeart's posts on writing. The original thread had logic stage writing as a tag, but I think these posts cover more than one stage.

http://forums.welltr...22&postcount=33
http://forums.welltr...23&postcount=34

tags: writing,writing skills, how to teach writing

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Posted 09 October 2012 - 10:18 AM

Lewelma (Ruth's) entire Scientific inquiry thread. Truly one of the most helpful threads on this entire board for a subject with which so many homeschoolers struggle. I've summarized the individual posts, but anyone browsing should read the whole thing. I've reorganized the order of posts a bit for easier reading.

http://forums.welltr...ad.php?t=361740

individual posts:

Year schedule post: http://forums.welltr...895&postcount=6
Summary of texts used, 1st through 7th: http://forums.welltr...51&postcount=62
Planning: http://forums.welltr...55&postcount=65

Week 1: http://forums.welltr...115&postcount=1
Week 2, 6th grade: http://forums.welltr...50&postcount=12
Week 2, 2nd grade: http://forums.welltr...72&postcount=13
Week 3, 6th grade: http://forums.welltr...55&postcount=18
Week 3, 2nd grade: http://forums.welltr...73&postcount=19
Week 4, 6th gradge: http://forums.welltr...04&postcount=22

Narrowing down hypothesis: http://forums.welltr...48&postcount=27
Week 5 & 6, 6th grade: http://forums.welltr...15&postcount=30
Week 4, 5, & 6, 2nd grade: http://forums.welltr...45&postcount=31
Week 7, 6th grade: http://forums.welltr...29&postcount=33
Week 7, 2nd grade: http://forums.welltr...04&postcount=32
Week 8, 6th grade: http://forums.welltr...52&postcount=37
Week 8 & 9, 2nd grade: http://forums.welltr...00&postcount=38
Week 9 & 10, 6th grade: http://forums.welltr...13&postcount=42
Week 11, 6th grade: http://forums.welltr...85&postcount=43
Week 12 & 13, 6th grade: http://forums.welltr...31&postcount=44
Science Fair text, 6th grade: http://forums.welltr...54&postcount=45
Week 12, 13, & 14, 2nd grade: http://forums.welltr...83&postcount=51
Science Fair photo of poster, 2nd grade: http://forums.welltr...04&postcount=52
Close up of graphs, 2nd grade: http://forums.welltr...15&postcount=56
Science Fair photo of poster, 6th grade: http://forums.welltr...12&postcount=53
Close up of graphs, 6th grade: http://forums.welltr...17&postcount=57
Close up of photos, 6th grade: http://forums.welltr...22&postcount=58

Summary of time to completion: http://forums.welltr...24&postcount=59
Summary of judge's report: http://forums.welltr...25&postcount=60
Interesting overview of judging: http://forums.welltr...91&postcount=71
Results for regional science fair, 6th grade: http://forums.welltr...02&postcount=76

tags: science, how to teach science

Edited by ErinE, 09 October 2012 - 10:21 AM.
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Posted 09 October 2012 - 10:24 AM

I'm sorry, I deleted this one and posted below so I could add a title so you'd make sure you'd see it. Sorry for this wasted space.....just go a little below and see what I originally said.

Edited by ~AprilMay~, 09 October 2012 - 10:32 AM.

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#5 ErinE

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Posted 09 October 2012 - 10:26 AM

8FilltheHeart's posts on her homeschool methods.

Overview of her teaching process: http://forums.welltr...677&postcount=1
Addressing concerns about gaps: http://forums.welltr...990&postcount=7
Answering questions on the process: http://forums.welltr...01&postcount=11
Overview of her planning process: http://forums.welltr...13&postcount=47
Managing time: http://forums.welltr...22&postcount=69

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Posted 09 October 2012 - 10:29 AM

Definitely Rosie's cuisenaire rod videos. :thumbup:

http://forums.welltrainedmind.com/showthread.php?t=391599&highlight=cuisinaire+rods

PS: I'm glad I did a search to find this link, because I missed this one; I didn't even know she had a website...I only knew about the original link about the vimeo videos.

ETA: The tags on this one are: c-rods, conceptual math, cuisenaire, education unboxed, math, videos

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#7 ErinE

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Posted 09 October 2012 - 10:42 AM

Ester Maria's great post of the how-tos of literary analysis.

http://forums.welltr...247&postcount=6
Follow-up post: http://forums.welltr...502&postcount=9

KarenAnne's POV on literary analysis: http://forums.welltr...52&postcount=16

EsterMaria's response: http://forums.welltr...19&postcount=17

tags: literary analysis, rhetoric stage, writing

The entire thread evolves into a great discussion of different approaches to literary analysis, but I felt these posts were a good overview.
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Posted 09 October 2012 - 12:01 PM

Every single one of Lori D.'s posts under the tag lori d. words of wisdom . There are enough how to's, schedules, book lists by topic, and curriculum suggestions to fill a book.
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Posted 09 October 2012 - 12:04 PM

Julie Smith's list of her first 500 Read Alouds. http://forums.welltr...ad.php?t=429719

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Posted 09 October 2012 - 01:50 PM

http://forums.welltr...t=424269&page=2

http://forums.welltr...ad.php?t=113647

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Posted 09 October 2012 - 03:28 PM

A collection of the best threads
http://forums.welltr...ad.php?t=342376


http://forums.welltr...ad.php?t=354200
http://forums.welltr...ad.php?t=354694
http://forums.welltr...ead.php?t=68058
http://forums.welltr...read.php?t=3487
http://forums.welltr...ad.php?t=173293

#12 Colleen in NS

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Posted 09 October 2012 - 06:57 PM

You're not getting rid of threads from here, are you?? There are sooooooo many good ones!!!!!!!

I'll list by tag, because these particular ladies have had a LOT of classically-teaching wisdom to share over many years.

Chats with Janice: http://forums.welltr...ats with janice

Nan's words of wisdom: http://forums.welltr...words of wisdom

Jane in NC's input: http://forums.welltr...words of wisdom

8FilltheHeart: http://forums.welltr...words of wisdom

Ester Maria muses: http://forums.welltr...ter maria muses

Jean's words of wisdom: http://forums.welltr...words of wisdom

ksva's voice of experience: http://forums.welltr...e of experience

Kathy in Richmond's wisdom, etc.: http://forums.welltr...chmond's wisdom
http://forums.welltr...hmond's insight
http://forums.welltr...=kathy's wisdom

Some other really wise-about-teaching posters from the past are as follows:

Janie
Kathleen
LisaNY
Brenda in MA (still here, yay!)

And a really great early 1960s math curriculum for high school - under the tag called Dolciani: http://forums.welltr...hp?tag=dolciani

Teaching Latin without using a packaged program: http://forums.welltr...ad.php?t=140299

I'll try to think of others to add.

Edited by Colleen in NS, 09 October 2012 - 07:35 PM.


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Posted 09 October 2012 - 07:07 PM

Constructing a Grammar Scope & Sequence from Vintage E-Books (possible tags: grammar, e-books, vintage books)
Self-made planners (planning or planners)
Timelines (history, timelines)
Pre-Alg Fence Straddlers (math, pre-algebra)
Homeschooling Changes the Paid Big Dividends (homeschooling)
20 Books to help you prepare for the Great Books (Great Books, literature, classics)
Excellence in our Homeschools (homeschooling excellence)
Please share your math sequence (or any other math sequence rec thread)
No Money For Christmas: Clever Ideas? (Christmas, crafts)

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#14 Dana

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Posted 09 October 2012 - 08:09 PM

You're not getting rid of threads from here, are you?? There are sooooooo many good ones!!!!!!!


:iagree:

And I've got some threads as subscriptions that I have saved for reference. Is there a chance that we'll lose those?

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Posted 09 October 2012 - 08:25 PM

It was before my time, but there were two members, a husband and wife IIRC, who posted about math education. And there is another member who posted quite a bit about teaching logic and a progression of logic programs.

If someone knows the names and could link/tag that would be great!


This thread from the logic forum, evaluating different writing programs:
http://forums.welltr...ad.php?t=348864

All the threads I have subscribed to are from or addressed to Nan in Mass, Lori D and 8 Fill the Heart. They are a gold mine.
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Posted 09 October 2012 - 08:42 PM

What about that giant breadth vs. depth thread? And the thread on the infamous file system (that I use a modified version of and has saved my bacon a couple times already this school year!).

http://forums.welltr...ad.php?t=193372

*Cannot find the huge filing thread, I know it had over 700 replies, one would think that would be easily located with the search function. :tongue_smilie:

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Posted 09 October 2012 - 09:24 PM

On the high school board:
To all you people with 8th graders (or there abouts)...

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Posted 09 October 2012 - 09:48 PM

It was before my time, but there were two members, a husband and wife IIRC, who posted about math education. And there is another member who posted quite a bit about teaching logic and a progression of logic programs.

If someone knows the names and could link/tag that would be great!


Don't have links, but I believe it was Myrtle and Charon.

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Posted 09 October 2012 - 09:56 PM

Interest driven education and *real* tea-time


Latin without a Curriculum (from previous post)

Physics for Children?

Free or not online resources for learning Spanish...Master List!

Designing a non-traditional math course for a math-loving, structure-hating child

Can we talk writing curric?

the unscientific american watches a mammal walk into the water and grow fins.

What do you do during the "math gap"?

K Webster's Speller to teach reading, weekly schedule

Free Curriculum list

And now I'm done.


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Posted 09 October 2012 - 10:03 PM

What about that giant breadth vs. depth thread? And the thread on the infamous file system (that I use a modified version of and has saved my bacon a couple times already this school year!).

http://forums.welltr...ad.php?t=193372

*Cannot find the huge filing thread, I know it had over 700 replies, one would think that would be easily located with the search function. :tongue_smilie:


Oh, I hope somebody will find and link it. I NEED help in this area!

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Posted 10 October 2012 - 05:51 AM

Oh, I hope somebody will find and link it. I NEED help in this area!


Here you go :)

http://forums.welltr...ad.php?t=189482

#22 Walking-Iris

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Posted 10 October 2012 - 09:32 AM

Subbing! Now I want to go and read all of this!!! :001_smile:

#23 Colleen in NS

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Posted 10 October 2012 - 11:54 AM

And there is another member who posted quite a bit about teaching logic and a progression of logic programs.


Tina in Ouray

http://forums.welltr...ad.php?t=176697

and her few other posts on these "new" boards - she had some great ones on the old boards.

kate in seattle and HollyinNNV are a couple more posters who talked a lot about practical teaching, too.

OtherJohn, I am slightly panicking that you might be getting rid of some really great content if we can't dig it all up....I don't think in terms of "great teaching-content threads" - I think in terms of "great teaching-content posters," and many of those posters have disappeared, but their posts are still here, treasures in hiding...
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#24 OtherJohn

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Posted 10 October 2012 - 03:39 PM

There is no plans to lose any of these wonderful resources! We are collecting them to be able to link to them in a reference area after the site upgrade.

I am removing 4 year old threads that had 1 or less replies.

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Posted 10 October 2012 - 05:30 PM

There is no plans to lose any of these wonderful resources! We are collecting them to be able to link to them in a reference area after the site upgrade.

I am removing 4 year old threads that had 1 or less replies.


Big, sigh of relief - I was getting ready to copy and paste all night long!

#26 Colleen in NS

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Posted 10 October 2012 - 06:21 PM

Big, sigh of relief - I was getting ready to copy and paste all night long!


Ditto! Only I don't have time to copy and paste! :D

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Posted 10 October 2012 - 07:10 PM

http://forums.welltr...ad.php?t=359457

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Posted 10 October 2012 - 07:23 PM

Don't know if these have already been mentioned:

http://forums.welltr...ad.php?t=206290
http://forums.welltr...ad.php?t=157186
http://forums.welltr...ad.php?t=140299
http://forums.welltr...ad.php?t=316521

#29 Dina in Oklahoma

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Posted 10 October 2012 - 09:15 PM

Big, sigh of relief - I was getting ready to copy and paste all night long!

:tongue_smilie::tongue_smilie::tongue_smilie:

Me TOO!!!


#30 tex-mex

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Posted 11 October 2012 - 12:44 AM

Is there a way to compile the age-old debate threads on Teaching Textbooks vs ___________?? :D

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Posted 11 October 2012 - 11:13 AM

About culling some of the threads, I suggest:
- FSOT posts that haven't been updated for more than a month
- Posts with no replies over a period (covered by what you mentioned - Posts older than 4 years with 1 or less replies).

These threads should probably not be culled, at least not in an automated way:
- Tagged threads
- Threads with subscriptions
- Sticky threads

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Posted 12 October 2012 - 08:25 AM

You have to keep the first kilt thread.

The Fat Americans thread,

The Mormon questions thread,

The Three Big Catholic threads,

The Secret Weirdness thread, (just cause that is the biggest one I ever started.;))

The Introduction thread, (perhaps that could be stickied so the newbies can add to it)

The shopping cart thread which I can't find. Also someone needs to link the first teA thread since it is such a big part of board culture, and the crock pot thread.

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Posted 12 October 2012 - 01:13 PM

http://forums.welltr...ad.php?t=109114

Free curriculum

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Posted 12 October 2012 - 06:47 PM

the science posts by lewelma

I knew I should have tagged them.....

Edited by kalanamak, 12 October 2012 - 06:52 PM.


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Posted 14 October 2012 - 05:58 PM

A great thread on resources for the medieval period.

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Posted 15 October 2012 - 09:38 AM

http://forums.welltr...ad.php?t=255839

http://forums.welltr...e in nc's input


http://forums.welltr...words of wisdom

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Posted 15 October 2012 - 04:11 PM

The shopping cart thread which I can't find.


This one?
http://forums.welltr...d.php?t=120811

I think of it every. single. time I unload my shopping cart at Target. :tongue_smilie:

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Posted 17 October 2012 - 11:07 AM

Hi All!
Over the next few weeks we will be doing major upgrades to the website and servers. And with over 4 million posts, I want to make sure we are able to find great content posted by you all. Our goal is to make this site the best resource for Classical Education and Home Schooling on the internet and I think we can get there, but we need your help!

Can you help us by linking to great and helpful threads here?

Please put a title and link for each one and if possible, a few "tags" or a category you would put it under.

I are grateful for your participation and look forward to what's ahead!
-OtherJohn


A section on NCAA eligibility. There are some good tagged threads for this. Here is one on NCAA and Online Courses

Janice's High School Timeline Thread is a doozy too.

#39 Stacia

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Posted 18 October 2012 - 08:10 PM

Please save all the "Book a Week" threads from the General Board that Mytwoblessings posts each week. They have been posted weekly for years. For example, here is this week's thread:
http://forums.welltr...ad.php?t=432673

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Posted 21 October 2012 - 07:16 PM

Favorite resources for Biology http://forums.welltr...ad.php?t=409859

How to Draw books/programs
http://forums.welltr...ad.php?t=372018

Supplemental Literature for Chronicles of Narnia
http://forums.welltr...ad.php?t=404455

Botany for the 2nd grader
http://forums.welltr...ad.php?t=432757

You Wouldn't Want to be titles in Chronological order
http://forums.welltr...ad.php?t=407069

Treasure Chests for studying Egypt
http://forums.welltr...ad.php?t=409217

Resources for pre-history, including evolution, for early elementary
http://forums.welltr...ad.php?t=404816

Resources for SOTW volume 3
http://forums.welltr...ad.php?t=408017

Books not to miss for Ancient Egypt, and what to leave behind
http://forums.welltr...ad.php?t=405327

World History from a secular perspective
http://forums.welltr...ad.php?t=138710

Narrative of non-Western Histories
http://forums.welltr...ad.php?t=103612

Edited by EmmaNadine, 21 October 2012 - 07:18 PM.
SOTW, not STOW!


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Posted 22 October 2012 - 04:32 PM

Joann's post to fathers.

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Posted 22 October 2012 - 04:38 PM

Every word ever written by Mental Multivitamin (Don't know her screen name).
Pure gold.
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Posted 24 October 2012 - 05:54 PM

Science Through Living Books

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Posted 24 October 2012 - 08:21 PM

What's Wrong with the Way We Teach Languages?

Teaching academic and organizational skills to your logic stage student

Interesting thread on the General board about grades ...

Who else has an 8th grader and is making a high school plan?...

Any thread by Eliana where she shares literature resources like her short story syllabus or talks about translations. If anyone has links, that would be great. I only have hard copies at this point. Lori D., Eliana, and KarenAnne have rocked our lit plans for a couple of years. Their posts are always a go-to source for me.

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Posted 24 October 2012 - 11:23 PM

Here are some to which I had subscribed:

World Literature (with Eliana)
http://forums.welltr...ead.php?t=43719

Ancient Literature (with Eliana)
http://forums.welltr...ead.php?t=22737

Medieval Literature/History (with Eliana)
http://forums.welltr...ad.php?t=114742

Context Pages
http://forums.welltr...ad.php?t=104559

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Posted 25 October 2012 - 02:13 PM

Here are some of them, just a few of her math posts, and many of her posts could be revived today for those who never knew her here.. Sadly, I don't have time to read every single one of her posts to find that great one on how she taught her dc to solve word problems, but here are some good ones (and some great ones.) I haven't even begun to look for some of Charon's posts. The other sad thing is that her blog is no longer available, but many of her priceless links are still good.

http://forums.welltr...&highlight=math
http://forums.welltr...ead.php?t=45471
http://forums.welltr...read.php?t=9836
http://forums.welltr...&highlight=math
http://forums.welltr...74&pp=25&page=5
http://forums.welltr...ead.php?t=13029
http://forums.welltr...ead.php?t=27861
http://forums.welltr...&highlight=math
http://forums.welltr...&highlight=math
http://forums.welltr...&highlight=math
http://forums.welltr...&highlight=math

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Posted 01 November 2012 - 10:09 PM

6th Grade Year Plan:
http://forums.welltr...ad.php?t=436250

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Posted 14 November 2012 - 09:50 PM

Helena's posts with her plan for art and nature studies
http://forums.welltr...ad.php?t=412300

http://forums.welltr...ad.php?t=411561

and opera

http://forums.welltr...ad.php?t=361007

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Posted 19 November 2012 - 05:40 AM

So, did we lose our subscribed threads in the transition? Things look so different here with different names for things, it's hard to find the "My Subscribed Threads" section. Would that be the new "My Content"?

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Posted 23 November 2012 - 04:42 PM

So glad to find this thread still here. I love all of these links! I also love the idea OtherJohn posted upthread about making a resource section----is that still in the works or just not unveiled yet? Or have I overlooked it somewhere?

Content I Follow is threads you are subscribed to and My Content are threads you have posted in.



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