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    carolynw76 is offline Junior Member Newbie
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    When will the 7th grade teacher keys be completed?

    Right now, theres nothing for any subject.

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    Quote Originally Posted by carolynw76
    When will the 7th grade teacher keys be completed?

    Right now, theres nothing for any subject.
    Alot of new answer keys and teaching guides will go active NEXT WEEK. Sorry for the delay. We have had a HUGE back to school rush and the phone rings hundreds of times a day....Usually, potential members that seem to just want to see if we really answer our phones....
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    GREAT NEWS!!!!!

    We have started getting the 7th grade answer keys and teaching guides up!!! Login as a parent and take a look. Here is a list of the seventh grade math answer keys (not all grades have this many)....


    By the way, we love feedback. We've noticed that there are an enormous number of downloads of these teacher guides. Could someone please share with us how they are being used?

    Just to help....we'll send out a Time4Learning coffee cup to the parent this month who writes up the best explanation of how they use the teaching guide.


    7th Grade Math - Lesson Plans - Completed!.
    Whole Numbers
    - Add Whole Numbers
    - Subtract Whole Numbers
    - Multiply Whole Numbers
    - Divide Whole Numbers
    - Prime/Composite/Factor
    Real Numbers
    - Real Number Properties
    - Add Integers
    - Subtract Integers
    - Multiply/Divide Integers
    - Order of Operations
    Decimals
    - Compare/Order Decimals
    - Multiply Decimal Numbers
    Fractions & Mixed Numbers
    - Estimate Fractions
    - Add/Subtract Mixed Numbers
    - Multiply Mixed Numbers
    - Divide Whole Numbers Fractions
    - Divide by Fractions
    Equatons & Inequalities
    - Solve Using Add/Subtract
    - Solve 2-Step Equations
    - Graph Sentences
    Polygons
    - Lines and Angles
    - Polygons
    Perimeter and Area
    - Circumference and Area
    - Surface Area
    Data Representations
    - Misleading Statistics
    - Broken-Line Graphs
    - Read and Make Circle Graphs
    - Stem-and-Leaf Plots
    - Box-and-Whisker Plots
    Probability
    - Dependent Events
    - Permutations
    Problem Solving
    - Number Combinations
    - Number Expansion
    - Area
    - Probability
    Practice
    - Customary Units
    - Solve Proportions
    - Sales Tax and Discount
    - Metric Units
    - Pythagorean Theorem
    - Estimate Whole Numbers
    - Greatest Common Factor
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    Another request for feedback. We are looking at upgrading the Scope and sequence listings on the website. We just spent some time on the 2nd grade language arts scope and sequence.

    http://www.time4learning.com/scope-sequ ... arts.shtml

    We added an overview, a lesson count, and some information on the overall flow and make-up of the exercises. Is this information useful to you? What else would you like?

    We are also thinking of asking parents to help map some of our lessons, particularly our math, to the sequence of lessons provided by either Saxxon or Abeka math. Would that be useful to you?
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    I cant seem to locate the keys for individual lessons. For example, this lesson code, #5, LA # M7117. There is NO reference to this anywhere in the 7th grade math keys.
    Can there not be a way to implement a search function where we can enter the LA# and pull that one up?

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    Darren - Interesting question.
    Right now, the teaching guides/answer keys are listed sequentially with plain english titles.

    The organization is tricky since we pulled them from different databases where they are listed in different ways.

    if you are working thru the curriculum sequentially, I think our putting them in order makes it easy to find them.

    When you have a lesson number, is that because you are doing them in a different order than the one provided?
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    Time4MathFacts: Automated Game-Based math facts practice, a foundation for future math success.
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    Default Scope and Sequence feedback

    Thanks for the work on the Lesson plans, we appreciate it.

    The overview and especially the lesson count is most useful. Yesterday my son went back and counted EVERY science activity "bubble" for 6th grade science to see how many he had left to do... he loves science, then asked if I'd give him some extra worksheets so he would have more to do when he finished.

    I realized I could do the same count by looking at the lesson plans. You have the total for some subjects already. It is very useful in planning.

    Normally, in working through a textbook or workbook, you can count the total number of pages or units and divide that number by the number of days/weeks you plan on working on it. For example, a workbook with 36 lessons, one lesson per week would take 36 weeks.(most normal school years) At a faster pace, 2 lessons per week would take 18 weeks to complete. Looking at the T4L lesson plans you can see how many activities there are in a "Chapter" and figure out how long it will take. ( I love having my child just follow the assigned arrows-- it's so easy that way!)

    With T4L, the e- lesson activity bubbles seem to be well laid out and very consistent in length of time needed to complete them. An exception seems to be in LA where grammar and spelling are toward the end of the sequence. For example, there are 27 spelling activities for 6th grade LA. I think you would want to work on one spelling list a week throughout the year rather than having them all bunched up at the end.
    Carylin

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