Quoting Pink.Frosting: Usually, no but now that they are in a high school program, yes. But I disagree that those in PS finish all of the text. During the short time mine were in PS, there was a lot of jumping around in the texts and certain parts weren't used at all.
Usually, no but now that they are in a high school program, yes. But I disagree that those in PS finish all of the text. During the short time mine were in PS, there was a lot of jumping around in the texts and certain parts weren't used at all.
We always completed the entirety of every book. At the beginning of the year, when I was doing my planning, I would check the number of pages, divide that by 180 school days, and determine how many pages per day we needed to cover. Even if a book is 600 pages, that's only 3.33 pages per day! I figured there was no reason we couldn't complete the book in a school year. ;-)
The ones we started at the beginning of the year yes. I started a science book about halfway through the year with no intention of doing every chapter in the book.
We will be finished with all of our books with the exception of English. We will do all of the grammar chapters, but will not do the last couple of writing chapters.
Maybe I read the post wrong, but I kind of took it that you meant starting a book at the beginning of the school year and finishing it by the end of the year. We do finish most of our books because I frickin paid for them! But it takes more than one year for most of them. I have some pretty good Literature anthologies and we read tons of stories out of them, but we jump around and it takes years to finish them.
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