Each of the brief videos is accompanied in the printed or digital book by a couple of pages of notes, grammatical examples, and diagrams. We recommend homeschools budget 20 minutes for these elements. Many lessons have a quiz or two that could be spaced across a week to provide ample time for review, rewatching, and correction.
The curriculum is organized around topics more than a certain number of days or weeks. We recommend parents review the list of topics shown below in order to determine how best to fit the lessons into your homeschool.
Module 1: The Main Line
Module 2: Modifiers
Module 3: Noun Equivalents
Module 4: Connections and Transitions
This is a good question, and we don’t have a good answer. This is primarily because everyone has a different learning style. We recommend that you try out each method: watching, then reading; and reading, then watching.
All to say, there is no “right” way of doing this. Just figure out what works best for your son or daughter.