Scheduling Multi-Level Lessons

Here it is, as promised. I will also add the schedule as a link in Homeschooling Helps.

Multi Level Teaching Schedule


Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

8:45

Everyone

Mass

Mass

Mass

Mass

Mass

9:30

Everyone

Clean zone

Clean zone

Clean zone

Clean zone

Clean zone

9:45

Everyone

Math U See A DVD

Math U See B

Math U See C

Math U See D

Math U See Test

10:30

Elementary

Spelling, Phonics,

Easy Grammar

Prima Latina or Latina Christiana

Spelling, Phonics,

Art

Prima Latina or Latina Christiana and Easy Grammar

Spelling test, Phonics,

Easy Grammar

Middle & High School

Henle Latin

Henle Latin

Henle Latin

Henle Latin

Henle Latin

11:00

Everyone

Student Intensive Writing

Student Intensive Writing

Student Intensive Writing

Student Intensive Writing

Student Intensive Writing







11:45

Elementary

Veritas History and projects

Internet links

PreK/K: Bible Adventure Cards

1-7:Faith in Life

Veritas History and projects

Internet links

PreK/K: Bible Adventure Cards

1-7:Faith in Life

Veritas History test and finish projects

Middle and High School

Omnibus Primary

History of the Church

Omnibus Primary

History of the Church

Omnibus Primary

12:30

Everyone

Lunch

Lunch

Lunch

Lunch

Lunch

1:00

Everyone

Science

Science

Science

Science

Art

2:00

Elementary

History related Literature or Faith and Freedom Readers

PE

History related Literature or Faith and Freedom Readers

PE

History related Literature or Faith and Freedom Readers

High School

Omnibus Secondary


Omnibus Secondary


Omnibus Secondary

3:00

Everyone

Music

Music

Music

Music

Music













*Blue indicates that Mom is scheduled to be actively engaged in this subject during this time.
During an ideal morning, we would clean our zones before mass so we could begin our day earlier. This rarely works for us. It takes us forever to find everyone's shoes and comb through tangled hair. But the boys make up for it by finishing their morning subjects quickly in order to eat lunch earlier. The older girls would rather move slower and eat later.

Comments

Jennifer Merkel said…
I Love these!
This is so well organized!
Thanks for posting!
Heather said…
Hi, I love your blog. Thank you for spending the time to do it. I was wondering what supplementary materials you recommend for use with the veritas history cards? I'd like to avoid anything anti-catholic. Thanks again.
Suzanne said…
Thanks for the comment. I suppose the resources would depend on the ages of your students. We use the History of the Church (Diadache publication) for High School and some Middle Schoolers, and The Old World and America or Christ the King, Lord of History (Tan)for elementary to middle school. I also love From Sea to Shining Sea and All Ye Lands(Ave Maria Press). If the children are too young to read these themselves, I read it and paraphrase on a level they can comprehend. The kids also read the lives of the Saints (Windeatt series from Ignatiua Press or Tan books). These make great "read-alouds". My older students read the De Wohl books on the saints. We also love primary sources - follow the link on the side bar if you are interested. My high school students will read St. Augustine's Confessions this year. The detailed lesson plans on Birth of Christ to Counter Reformation shows the specific text and page numbers for each week that we will use this year. When we do stumble across anti-catholic rhetoric from other sources, we use it as an exercise in apologetics. I hope this helps.

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