Saturday, August 1, 2015

Classical Conversations: How To Survive Your First Weeks Tutoring Abecedarians

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  1. This article was so helpful because I was able to get a starting point to start planning my week.

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    1. So glad it was a blessing to you, shellersb! Have a great year ahead!

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  2. Fantastic Article! All of these tips can be use at home also!

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  3. Thank you! thank you! Thank you! I needed this today!!

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  4. This article is SUCH a blessing to me - gave me plenty of excellent ideas and calmed this crazy head of mine. Thank you so much for taking the time to share this with us!

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    1. Glad it was a blessing and help to you! Thank you for your kind words. :)

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  5. Thank you so much for posting this!! It was very helpful!!!

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  6. Thank you for sharing! I'm a first time tutor and starting with the abecedarian class tomorrow. I found this article to be extremely helpful and encouraging.

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  7. Not a box is another great book for week 1 fine arts. The character adds lines (in red so you see it well) to his box to whatever he is imagining it is, so you have time to examine the OiLs.

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  8. Bless you for sharing all of this information. This will be very helpful to me this year!

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  9. What a great perspective! Thanks for all of the tips! I have tutored journeymen before, but this year I get to switch to ABCedarians and I have been wondering how to up my game ;)

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  10. Beautiful Oops is another great art book that shows the ways an oops can be transformed.

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  11. Can you explain what "leading with egg shakers" looks like for timeline? Sounds fun...??

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    1. jcblogger -- I have them come to the front of the class, hold egg shakers, and shake the shakers in beat with the timeline song/chant. :)

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  12. I just tutored my first class for abecedarians/apprentice aged kids and I wish I would have seen this article a week ago. Great tips that I will be implementing. I love the idea of keeping new grammar the same each week! (that is not only good for them but easier on me!)Thank you, this was soooo helpful!

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  13. Giuseppe Buday's Colorful Days by Judy Beno is a great book for the abstract art day. It talks about how artists use color and shapes to convey feelings in a cute rhyming way.

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