Forwarding through repetitive lessons
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    Janet-TX is offline Junior Member
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    Question Forwarding through repetitive lessons

    In Language Extensions, there is a lot of repetition when my second grader has to listen to a story, then have it read to her, then read it herself, etc. It adds up to 4 times. Is there any way to move more quickly through the material? She gets very bored.

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    PaulaT4L is offline T4L Support
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    Unfortunately, there is no way to move through the curriculum at a faster pace. If you feel that they have a strong understanding of the material you want to consider having your student work on the next grade level up, within LA extensions, to help keep their interest in the program an continue to challenge them.

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    Janet-TX is offline Junior Member
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    Quote Originally Posted by PaulaT4L View Post
    Unfortunately, there is no way to move through the curriculum at a faster pace. If you feel that they have a strong understanding of the material you want to consider having your student work on the next grade level up, within LA extensions, to help keep their interest in the program an continue to challenge them.
    OK, thanks. She finished 2nd grade LA Extensions. I am going to have her finish the other 2nd grade subjects and then she will move on to 3rd grade.

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