Where the Brook and River Meet - Cadron Creek
Listen to 31 - Where The Brook And River Meet and 38 other episodes by Anne Of Green Gables By Lucy Maud Montgomery. No signup or. Where the Brook and River Meet: A Literature-Based Unit Study by Margie Gray ( , Hardcover). Be the first to write a review. About this product. Where the Brook & River Meet has 5 ratings and 0 reviews. Through varied, thought-provoking activities that stimulate interest and inquiry, they will exp.
We have worked on it in a co-op situation and it has been better than we even expected! I looked through the WBRM. I am so impressed at all of the attention to detail, backround information and the variety of well thought out activities.
The resource books look so interesting.
I knew that I could count on you to produce such a great product! Thank you SO much.
I also looked thoroughly at the activities in almost all the units. It seemed to me that the activities in FAR were a whole lot more general and, in a sense, repeated in each unit with a different face.
Where the Brook and River Meet : A Literature-Based Unit Study by Margie Gray (2004, Hardcover)
I personally think that the two are very different. I personally prefer being able to sort through each subject to pick and choose what I was going to do, since my daily schedule is organized by subject. WBRM also has very specific instructions for many of the activities sometimes including the directions as well! I enjoyed the style of WRBM as well, but the two unit studies are very different, so that should be kept in mind.
Where the Brook and River Meet: A Literature Based Study Review - Eclectic Homeschool Online
I hope that Laikyn wants to do Brook and River, so we can go through it together. Kimberly plans to read the other books on her own in her private reading time.
The new edition is packed with information, too. Some of my favorite things about this study are the many Bible activities including Bible memory ; appendices full of articles such as how-tos, recipes, and interesting sermons; tea parties; field days to study nature; many activities, allowing choice; included information with activities; quizzes; flexibility; and the personal touch to it.
Mainly, I think it could use more crossword puzzles—but that is so minor! I didn't have to worry. I want them to develop discernment. These are the same goals Marilla has for Anne. Along with this emphasis came our familiarity with the author's Prairie Primer See our review. We participated in a co-op using this book for a spine, and not only did we learn oodles but we had a blast doing it. The course is designed for high school study, but a motivated middle schooler can manage the material.
I love the planning features built into the program. The Introduction presents information on scheduling and adapting the curriculum, what you need to add for a complete course science, math, grammar, Latin, and perhaps spellingassigning high school credit, and grading. Reading Contracts are provided for Bible, History, Literature, and Occupational Education or life skills, with specific books to read to work towards a grade of A, B, or C in that subject.
A word of caution here.
Two of the books in the Reading Contract for Bible were problematic for me. It is good for you to be aware of what your student will be reading. Four additional books are necessary for the course: There are actually more than four needed to make the course complete. The format reminds me of other unit studies we've used.
Each of the nine units spans several chapters, and the study material for each chapter begins with a Planning Guide, a summary of the materials needed during that chapter's study.
These might include books ISBNs are given for your convenience; if you buy the specified book, the page numbers will match those in the assignmentscraft materials or patterns, videos, suggestions for field trips, and Bible memory work. You'll also find a list of research topics for the unit, with suggested resources and a small amount of space to record your own finds. The margins, however, are large and invite note taking.
Sample weekly lesson plan charts are provided for those who plan to complete the course in one year, based on a five-day school week. Readings and projects are laid out in a page-at-a-glance chart, with codes for activities.