WWE, FLL and SOTW without overdoing narration/dictation/copywork
Posted 06 August 2008 - 01:03 PM
I was thinking of maybe starting the WWE 4 day cycle on Tuesday since Monday is narration day for SOTW, then skipping most of FLL and only doing the grammar parts of it. Or maybe foregoing the WWE workbook and using all of FLL and adding copywork or dictation from history or literature if there are any gaps. It just seems overkill to be doing all that narration/copywork/dictation every day.
Has anyone else thought through how to combine these to be effective without overwhelming?
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Posted 06 August 2008 - 10:26 PM
I went through FLL (2nd grade) and counted 34 dictation, 31 copywork and 12 narration. It's not evenly divided week by week, but it averages out in the end. Since I will be doing 2 narrations with history each week, the only thing I would need to add to have all the writing recommended by WWE is one more dictation each week, which I will either include in history based on a narration or I will include in our Bible time by dictating a scripture verse. So I guess I won't bother with the WWE workbook after all.