How to teach one student?

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I have only one student. What is the best way to teach this program ? Also, we don't usually have homework therefore how should I complete this step? Does this make sense? I'm not sure how to go about this.

Thanks and God's blessings on you and yours,

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Thanks for posting Debra!Because we serve many types of homeschooling situations such as families with many children, multiple families, co-ops or a single child, we interchangeably refer to "homework" as "Flying Solo Time" or "Independent Work." However, everyone follows the same format. On one day, complete the filmed instruction. On another day, complete the "Flying Solo" assignment.

We have many families that use our program with only one child! Utilize the "pause" screens throughout the program to talk with your child. Conversations are a necessary pre-writing step. In the "First In-Put" step, follow these additional steps 1. Print additional "PIP" or Praise-Input-Praise worksheets. 2.Identify 2-3 additional "PIP"ers or people (adults or children their age or older) who are willing to give input. 3. Student presents their work to the "PIP"ers as per the model on the filmed instruction. 4."PIP"ers complete the worksheet and give it to your child.

Otherwise, all the steps can be effectively completed with a parent and one child. As a parent don't forget to join in the fun of all the steps!

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