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    Married to pastor dh since 1980; BA Education & Christianity + MEd Education
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  1. If I plan to use only the textbook (no CDs) and grade the student’s work myself using the Answer Key & Test Bank, would I do just as well to use the first edition of Teaching Textbooks Algebra 2 rather than buy the 2.0 version? Is there all that much difference in content, or is the main difference the self-grading aspect of the 2.0 CDs? Again, we will NOT be using the CDs and we’re also not interested in the online version, just the book and answer key. Thanks!
  2. Thanks. I guess I misunderstood what you meant. 😊
  3. I know these were old posts, but can either of you share a link to the PDF of Reading Through the Ages (2006)?
  4. Just curious... after CLE Math 800, has anyone skipped Teaching Textbooks Algebra 1 and gone directly into Teaching Textbooks Algebra 2? If so, did you use TT Algebra 2 first edition or 2.0?
  5. Just curious... after CLE Math 800, has anyone skipped Teaching Textbooks Algebra 1 and gone directly into Teaching Textbooks Algebra 2? If so, did you use TT Algebra 2 first edition or 2.0?
  6. No, I'm not set on the history tie-in. They actually seem to notice (!) and enjoy (!) when they read something in one subject area that they are familiar with because of something we did in another, so even if it's loosely connected, I think it works best.
  7. I read it as a child and again as an adult, but I didn't like it as much at Little House.
  8. The girls I will be teaching in the upcoming year range from 13-16. NONE of them enjoy reading, and I generally have to pick books that are 5th-6th grade reading level. They recently read (or tried to read) Calico Captive--Scholastic says it's for grades 6-8--and they didn't get it at all. I had to explain EVERYTHING. It's hard to find books that are accessible to their reading level AND interesting to them.
  9. Thank you for your kind words! It is challenging, to say the least, but I feel that I am making a difference in at least a few young lives! My own children were gifted learners, so this endeavor has been QUITE different. ? My "baby" graduated 5 years ago and went away to college, and people in our community started contacting me about teaching their daughters. Most days I LOVE what I do. ?
  10. I agree. My daughter and I talked about this as well back when she read them around age 8 or 9. (She's 23 now and just got married!)
  11. You're right... I run a homeschool program for at-risk teen girls. I usually try to run our literature along the same theme/time period as our history studies. For the upcoming year we will pick up with post-Civil War America. I wanted to read a few of the Little House books before Christmas break and then pick up with something else after Christmas when we move on to 20th century American History.
  12. No, I didn't. I searched the boards for Forensic Science ideas, but I guess the search feature still isn't working right. Thanks!
  13. Which ones do you consider essential reading? I'm planning to read at least a few of them with my students in the upcoming school year, but I'm not sure we'll have time for all nine books. I will probably leave off Farmer Boy (because it's not about Laura) and The First Four Years (because so many sad things happen). I read them myself years ago and loved them all... well, except the last one... and so did EK (my daughter). I had already planned to reread them with my new crop of students before all the recent negative publicity, and I don't want to debate that topic. I just need to know which ones others consider the "favorites" and not-to-be-missed. Thanks!
  14. I've been saying this for YEARS. My at-risk high schoolers really need to be using 6th grade textbooks, but they are mortified if there's a big ol' 6 on the front of the book.
  15. I've looked at the Winter Promise programs, and that isn't what I want. It apparently includes a study of anatomy, which we just completed last year. I am more interested in crime scene investigations and using observation and logic for problem solving. I can plan a few field trips and labs, but cost is definitely a factor.
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