Welcome to the Royal Fireworks Press Support Groups - an online resource for users of educational materials published by Royal Fireworks Press.
These groups were launched 5th November 2010 and are still in the process of development. We welcome everyone with an interest in the Michael Clay Thompson Language Arts Curriculum, and hope you find them helpful. We enjoy meeting you, and finding out how your children and students react to, and learn from, the curriculum. We learn too. From time to time we will make you special offers and send out special notices. Please explore and enjoy the discussions.
This is the Support Forum for homeschooling users of Michael Clay Thompson Language Arts Curriculum, and other materials published by Royal Fireworks Press.In the Files section you will find answers to Frequently Asked Questions about the Curriculum, as well a number of articles by Michael Clay Thompson.
We ask that all list members keep the topic as close as possible to the topic of Language Arts.Do tell us something about yourself in the thread "Introduce Yourself" which is below the Sub-Forums after you have clicked on the MCTLA for Homeschoolers.
Other subjects such as social studies and science are also appropriate as they are related.
This list is monitored by Royal Fireworks Press staff and the author, himself.
"In my books I build in thinking taxonomies and whole brain approaches, and I try to communicate an enthusiasm about learning that makes over-excitability seem normal and right, which it is."--Michael Clay Thompson.
Messages from the MCTLA Yahoo! Group that preceded this forum are still available online. If you are new and wish to view the archived files or messages, you can also join the Yahoo Group: MCTLA: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/MCTLA. In your application, please say you are already a member of this forum.
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