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This unit study offers many wonderful activities to use while having students read the book, but the book is not included. The entire unit also. Read Princess Academy: Novel Literature Unit Study and Lapbook book Point of View, Persuasion, Compare and Contrast, Sequel, Climax and Plot Analysis.
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Free Kid Color Pages for St. FREE St. Free Writing Prompts for St. February 21, MSM Team. January 31, MSM Team. I get it why it is "necessary" or "required" according to apologia. It's about learning how to learn and having that in place so that student doesn't fumble through learning it on own, and having examples to follow for lab reports, etc. It helps with the learning curve of all of that for a grade 7 student.
Now of course, there will be some students who don't need it. The audio mp3: yes I bought the full package with audio and video. She has multiple issues. One little weird thing I noticed in module 1 is that the segments of the audio line up with the text breaks but not necessarily the lesson plan day. But in week 1 one of the audio segments covered the text from page that was split over 2 lesson days. I don't know if that happens often or if this was just one of those things in module 1.
Video: again, not necessary. But it keeps my child's interest enough to know that science class time is starting. So far in module 1 that's as far as we are right now , we start with video overview and then listen to the text. Definitions are shown. No, I don't think one can do the whole course from just the video.
It's an extra. Quality is mostly good. Today I was not sure on a video segment blocking issue when Sheri was holding the pennies. You really couldn't see the result of the experiment. So that's both good and bad, right? It's good because now you need to do the lab to see it. Bad because you might want to understand what she is showing you.
My kids also enjoy watching historical YouTube videos. Everyone was very helpful and my family was very Blessed for all Alpha Omega Academy made sure my children with a great education. She wanted to leave her school after 10th grade and proposed Alpha Omega. A, Classical Conversations. I also try to assign different writing assignments centered on history. They do the pages while I read. We also look for every opportunity to visit working historical places.
Overall, it is a small thing so far. The lab video segments are more about showing set up to explain the written instructions and not really about trying to be a substitute lab. Answers to On Your Own are still at end of module. There's still a study guide. The robot hand thing with straws looks like fun. I wouldn't be nervous about using this edition so far. I haven't logged in for book extras yet. I am not able to decide if content is off or anything like that.
I'm using it with a grade 12 student who works about 7th grade level on most things and has diagnosed delays in language ability and lower than average IQ. I also like the idea about the additional student notebook that comes with the 3rd edition. I did not see one as part of the curriculum package for the 2nd, but I guess a regular notebook can be used. Thank you so very much for taking the time to share your review for the 3rd edition.
I'm pretty sure 2nd edition has a student notebook, too.
I recall seeing it at my local store. I also think the 2nd edition had an official apologia student notebook. Before it was released, my middle daughter used the knowledge box central "lapbooking" product for gen sci 2nd edition, but used it more like a notebook in other words we didn't make it into lapbook folder. In my earlier answer I was not suggesting there wasn't a notebook prior, but instead commenting that I like the set up of the current one for various styles of learning to take notes, and write reports.
I don't know how it was set up in 2nd ed so I wasn't comparing changes there. Although with the videos I've seen so far, one could use her data if needed and just watch. I don't know if all of the other modules' labs could work like that or not. You need to be a member in order to leave a comment. Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy! Already have an account? Sign in here. K-8 Curriculum Board Search In.