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    Where does/will Famous Men of Modern Times fit in the sequence planned for 7th-12th?

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    We don't actually do FMMT at our school. We jump right into Homer in the 7th grade, but that really is quite early. There would certainly not be anything wrong with doing FMMT in that 7th grade year and putting off the classics for one more year. We offer FMMT in our online academy, but it doesn't really fit into our sequence. We just can't find time for everything!

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    Tanya

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    Thanks, Tanya. I may stick it in this year then.

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