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BELOW ARE THE DAILY LESSONS FOR THE NINTH WEEK

STUDY each day!!!

Your time with your student is valuable!!!

Don't forget to PRAISE!!!

Schedule A

Time: Five to twenty minutes per session each day depending on student's ability to focus EXCEPT on Sundays when you may want to modify the schedule according to the activities of the day.

Sessions: Three to nine per day depending on coverage of material and availability of YOUR time

Rewards: To be given after sessions only if it is necessary to help the student to concentrate on the task at hand


Monday:

PREPARE

Take the test and go over the answers during your preparation time.

Go to the song page and practice singing all the songs.

Especially practice singing the following songs:

VOWELS a, e, i, o, u
JINGLE BELLS
VOWELS
OLD MACDONALD

 

Go into the activities section for this week's lesson (9) Schedule A and divide the activities into six parts. The number of activities in each part is up to you.

Go into the Read With Janae reading plans for lesson nine, Schedule A, and divide the page into six parts. The length of each division is up to you.

Go into the games section for lesson nine, Schedule A, and divide up the games into six sections. How many games you have per section is up to you but you will want to have done all the games by Saturday.

Go into the sound stories section for lesson nine, Schedule A, and divide up the stories into six parts. The number of stories in each part is up to you.

TODAY

Present the activities, reading plans, games and stories for the first section of six divided parts. However many sessions it takes to complete, you will want to finish the work you've scheduled for today. Play the games according to the lessons that you have been teaching.


For each of the following days of the week, present the activities, reading plans and games you've assigned when you divided up the sections:
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday

Finish each day's assignment. Do not put off today's classwork until tomorrow because your load will only be twice as hard to complete and you want all the activities of this lesson to finish by Saturday.


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