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Into to Comp's Extra Lessons

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    Into to Comp's Extra Lessons

    I am wondering about the extra lessons in Intro to Comp for a student that is an avid writer. How do you incorporate them? I am thinking that I might wait a few months, then add in monthly letter writing, Perhaps we could go through the book report with a very short book, then repeat for each 3rd grade lit book. Does that sound about right? No? Thoughts? I could just wait and cover it next summer, but it seems like that would be doing very little all school year, then dumping a lot on her in the summer. Any suggestions are appreciated!

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    Yes! Smaller, regular writing is preferred over a big bunch at once. Good idea, Jessica.

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      #3
      Thank you for the help!

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