Re: [TanglewoodCommunity] Re: Classical with CM approach
>I'm back from vacation now. :-) I really don't know. I haven't ever
>Okay, so how about those book choices? Anyone? How were the
>Tanglewood books chosen, any thoughts?
seen anything about this on the site. I'd say she chose them based on
her own readings about CM, her experience as a teacher, and the books
that she loves, but that's only a best guess.
Donna, your concern is that the Tanglewood books aren't as challenging
as Ambleside, correct? I can't really speak to that, since you know
your daughter best. Sometimes, though, reading a non-twaddle book that
is easier can really light a fire and a passion for reading. A child's
independant reading level is always less than their working level, and
allowing children to read good books that aren't always challenging
their maximum is a recipe for reading success.
>Cindy, I can't speak for anyone else, but I personally took noWithout wordy posters, the internet-support world would be pretty empty,
>offense to your post. As you can tell, I get pretty wordy myself
- Hi Sarah welcome back. I hope you had a lovely trip
and are rejuvenated. Yes I too am very hopeful that
this will become an active and resourceful group. My
corebook has arrived and we will begin first grade in
a few weeks.
>Unfortunately, she's too swamped. She is planning onGood I'm glad you feel this way too! though I was
>putting a link up to this group from the Tanglewood
>website, which will hopefully increace membership and
> Without wordy posters, the internet-support world
> would be pretty empty,
beginning to feel that I was talking to
myself....which would actually not be too surprising!!
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