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August 17th, 2012, 06:26 AM
The Studious Mrs P. The Studious Mrs P. is offline
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From a different perspective, it would never occur to me to schedule phonics/reading instruction in preplanned lessons as it only makes sense to me to go at the child's pace for a set period of time each day that is comfortable for the child. My son started K with HOP and made it through to the end of the 2nd grade in just a couple of months and spent the rest of the year reading any book he took interest in. It could have gone the other way where it just wasn't clicking and we could have still been working on finishing up the K box this year. I wouldn't be concerned about having enough lessons to fill a year or getting a certain number of lessons completed in a year, only that the child is progressing at their own pace.
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