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    I’m planning for my son’s 8th grade year. I need wisdom from those who have used FF Greek at home with DVD’s. How difficult is it? Can a self starter keep up with it or will I need to be very involved? Thanks, Courtney
    Joyfully, Courtney
    DS14, DS12, DS11, DD9

    #2
    First Form Greek at home is totally doable! I love how the program is laid out. My daughter was able to do it very independently. Other than checking her workbook work, I spent about 15 minutes with her 2-3 days a week going over lessons from the teacher guide that really were completely optional (analyzing the saying of the week, for example). We did the program to the letter because we were helping proof it and look for tiny errors. My daughter absolutely loved FFG!
    Kristin - Administrator for Vita Beata (discussion classes for MP users)
    DD19; AFROTC and Aerospace Engineering Major
    DD17; Senior - doing MP Divine Comedy, Renaissance & Reformation, Cicero & Augustine, and moderating 4th Grade Literature for Vita Beata.

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      #3
      Same here. It was a “you are doing this as your choice so you keep up with it” sort of thing. And it worked beautifully that way. Said child is still pursuing Greek two years later!

      AMDG,
      Sarah
      2020-2021
      16th Year HSing; 10th Year with MP
      DD, 19, Homeschool grad; college sophomore
      DS, 17
      DD, 15
      DD, 13
      DD, 11
      DD, 9
      DD, 7
      +DS+
      DS, 2

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        #4
        My self-starter did this on his own very well. My next wasn't as committed and it fizzled when Mom couldn't come along behind. I still think it's valuable and will drag it back out when the next kids get to middle school.
        Festina lentē,
        Jessica P

        '22-'23 • 13th year HSing • 11th year MP
        DS Hillsdale College freshman
        DD 11th • HLN & Latin online
        DD 8th • HLN & Home
        DS 5th • HLN & Home
        Me • Memoria College, MPOA Fourth Form for Adults

        Teaching Third Form Latin and co-directing @
        Highlands Latin Nashville Cottage School, est. 2016

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