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Best Lesson plans for Apologia General?

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What do you want out of the lesson plans? Scheduling, supply lists, something else?


www.donnayoung.org has some good materials for Apologia. 


I find that it's actually pretty easy to schedule--the chapters are broken up by "on your own" question sets, and most of the time the student can just read to the next question set (in the beginning, I used to mark the book with red and green sticky tabs--green for "start here" and red for "stop here.") It was almost always reasonable to read to the next OYO questions, but this way I could at least see if it was reasonable. Labs can be done as they come up (sometimes mid-section, so we might do the lab one day and read the next, or vice versa). Then we usually did a couple of study days and a day for the test. Most modules can be done in 2 weeks, occasionally one would take 3. 

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