This is considered an easy and quick lesson. So spend some time doing other things too.
Here are some ideas:
Spend some time on the drill at the end of this book during your 'class'.
If you have recorded dictation of this lesson, you can start on that during 'class'. Here's something you can do with this lesson. Read one letter. Take it from dictation. Read the next letter. Take it from dictation. And so on. Remember you can keep your book open for dictation practice on these assignments.
Transcribe the lesson. From the book or your notes.
Homework Read and write the assignment. Take dictation from any recorded dictation you may have of previous assignments and this current one. Transcribe your homework (as much as you feel necessary, all if you can at least once). Don't forget the cumulative drills on the special forms at the end of part II. Spend 5 minutes drilling on these and transcribing them.
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