I spent a couple of days trying to familiarize myself with the teacher key before having Mr. B jump in. As I read through, it became less and less intimidating to me. Of course, silly me didn't think to pop in the DVD first. That would have just been too easy, right?!
Here's a run down of what is included:
There's a review chapter, and also a glossary with other information that comes in handy.
I have Mr. B read the day's selection with me, then I have him watch the DVD instruction and go back over the text. It is then that he works in the student text. This pattern seems to be the most efficient for our situation, and helps him retain more and do better in the student workbook. Plus, I don't always have time to watch the DVD with him, so by reading it over first I can better help him when he needs a little guidance.
Overall, this has been really good for us and we plan to continue using this. I'm seriously considering level II for next year as he's been doing so well with this one. Autism and Logic seen to go hand in hand with each other as it is challenging enough to provide some needed stimulation while also not crossing the point of frustration where he will just shut down. He likes the more complicated reading and work, and thus far excels with it. We have to move a little slower because he seems to suffer from fatigue after so long, so often we will do this pattern twice a week and only do one other subject on the same day. On the other days he will watch only the DVD or read a selection in the book. This is working well for us, and it's nice that these are physical products that allow for this sort of modification to be made.