As I mentioned in a previous post, I am once again working as a summer school teacher. It is a credit-recovery program, for kids who failed the first time around.
The summer is broken up into two 3-week blocks; one now (June) and another in August.
This first block is turning out to be pretty easy. I've got three students in "World History A," and four students in "American History B."
Just like last year, though, I feel like I have way too much content to fit into a three-week block. I have the kids for three hours a day, four days a week. This particular school is on a trimester schedule, so all classes run in 12 week blocks, for about an hour and 15 minutes a day. All of this means that I need to cover a week's worth of material every day.
On the plus side, a couple of the kids seem to remember SOME of what they learned the first time they took the class. Once in a while I will get an "oooh! I remember this!"
Not often enough, though.