Friday, September 24, 2010

Friday- Week in Review for Grayson

Grayson is my junior. I wish Grayson's was more interesting, but since it isn't here are some photos of my big guys from our last visit.

Grayson and his "big" brother. Yeah, Christian didn't realize that Grayson was trying to be as tall as possible.
Since the other photo is such a bad one of Christian, I thought I should include a good one.

Language Arts
Grayson read selections from EMC’s World Lit. This week he read selections from Tartuffe by Moliere.

He completed his homework in IEW, Mother Tongue, and reviewed puctuation rules in The Blue Book of Grammar and Punctuation.

On Wednesday he went to the math tutor. This week he is finishing up Sullivan’s Precalculus Chapter 2: Linear Functions and Models.

He began chapter 4 and all is well.

This week in Glencoe high school World History Grayson read about Southeast Asia.

He also watched lecture 14 from The Teaching Company’s A History of England from the Tudors to the Stuarts. Lecture 14 covers Edward VI. Grayson filled on a TRISMS Famous People sheet for him.

On Tuesday he attended his one semester economics class using ABeka.

Grayson watched lecture 9 from The Teaching Company’s The Art of the Northern Renaissance.

Grayson’s fourth game was last night. They won again, but I didn’t’ stay to watch, so I can’t comment on the actual game.


  1. My library has lots of The Teaching Co's lectures but I haven't checked any out yet! History of England sounds interesting.
    Keep up the great volleyball streak!
    Lee (5wolfcubs)

  2. LOL. So typical of brothers, showing off who is the tallest.

  3. I hope this does not turn into a double post. I'm having internet issues on my end.

    You've been awarded the "One Lovely Blog Award." Enjoy!

  4. Hmm? I've been wanting to check out those Teaching Company lectures, but wasn't so sure about them. Maybe now I will, I'm hearing good things about them over at the WTM. Way to go on your game, Grayson!

  5. Looks like you guys had a good week. And I love that top photo!