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From: Rachelle (c-75-75-180-214.hsd1.pa.comcast.net)
Subject:         Re: TOG Users
Date: March 31, 2007 at 6:45 pm PST

In Reply to: TOG Users posted by Reen on March 8, 2007 at 11:05 am:

Hi, I am using TOG with my 9th, 8th, 6th and 2nd graders. I just bought it and have been looking at it in comparison with HOW. The thing I like is that everything is laid out for you in a simple way. Both recommend using the Narrated Bible and reading through it by the plan in the back of the Narrated Bible. The difference I see in the two is that HOW treats bible as the core beginning of all other subjects. In reading it, it recommends spending an hour or two studying and breaking apart the Bible reading for the day and then using one of a selection of activities to bring it home. TOG uses the Bible as the beginning point of all subjects as well, but does not recommend spending 1-2 hours. As well in HOW you make several notebooks in TOG it is fewer. TOG and HOW recommend a lot of the same resources....again TOG would seem to be for the person who doesn't want to do a ton of planning on their own. The reason I went with TOG was the fact that I could use it for all grades and that it is laid out very simply and easy to use. Hope that helps


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