The Classical Conversations Cycle 1 Weekly Link-up is a place to share your ideas and activities for each week of CC during Cycle 1 (2015-2016 school year). Unlike most weekly link-ups, this link-up will not be organized according to date but will be organized according to the week of CC. As such, these weekly link-ups will remain open to accommodate for all the different schedules implemented by various CC Communities. This Link-Up is for CC Cycle 1 Week 1.
Would you like to participate?
Just scroll down to the bottom of this post to find the links for this week! There are all sorts of ideas for supplementing Classical Conversations. Be sure to bookmark or pin this page and share it with others, and check back often to see if new ideas have been submitted! Note that this link-up is intended to be used with the Foundations Guide 4th Edition.
For bloggers: Feel free to share either 1) your plans for the week listed above or 2) what you did for this particular week of CC. When submitting your entry, please include what your post is about and link directly to that post for the week noted in the post heading (so we can find it!) rather than to your entire blog. Also please link back to this blog entry with either a text link or the code for the Weekly Link-up Button (when you paste the code into your blog, delete and retype the quotation marks):
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