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    Grammar

    cherylswope Have you made any decisions regarding a "grammar train" for those who aren't going to finish enough Latin to make EGR complete even if EGR is accelerated? If I remember our previous conversation, that will be any student who continues with SC throughout HS and some who transition to regular MP (depending on when they transition). I cannot see into the future, but I don't want to count on my son having enough Latin for EGR so I don't want to use EGR. I figure if I gamble with EGR/Latin and he doesn't make it far enough in them, he loses. But, if I gamble with a more complete grammar program and he ends up making it far enough in EGR/Latin to have made them complete, there is no loss (only additional practice). All that to say that I don't plan to use EGR with him, so I'm curious to know your alternate plans for grammar.
    Cheryl, mom to:

    ds 24, graduated
    ds 23, graduated
    dd 15, 9th Grade
    dd 12, 6th Grade
    ds 10, 4nd Grade

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    Yes, our conversation was very instructive! We do now have plans to address this. As soon as we finalize the SC 7/8 book list, you will see the direction we are headed.

    I have been traveling, but over the next month or two I intend to re-bury my mind into SC 7/8. We're getting closer to releasing a book list.

    Not only is SC 7/8 becoming clearer, but also the path for SC 9/10 and SC 11/12 in Latin, grammar, and all areas!

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      Originally posted by cherylswope View Post
      Yes, our conversation was very instructive! We do now have plans to address this. As soon as we finalize the SC 7/8 book list, you will see the direction we are headed.

      I have been traveling, but over the next month or two I intend to re-bury my mind into SC 7/8. We're getting closer to releasing a book list.

      Not only is SC 7/8 becoming clearer, but also the path for SC 9/10 and SC 11/12 in Latin, grammar, and all areas!
      Thank so much; I look forward to and will watch for it! My son has been working at an accelerated pace (between SC and regular MP, so we are sticking with SC and accelerating it), so I'm having to think about grammar before I thought I would.
      Cheryl, mom to:

      ds 24, graduated
      ds 23, graduated
      dd 15, 9th Grade
      dd 12, 6th Grade
      ds 10, 4nd Grade

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