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What if I have two live lessons scheduled at the same time?

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Consider staggering your attendance. For example, assume you have live lessons scheduled for both English and Spanish at the same time. What should you do?

Week A: Attend the Live Lesson for your English 9, and then watch the recording for Spanish 1.
Week B: Switch it up! Watch the recording for English 9, and attend the live lesson for Spanish 1.
We recommend attending the Live Lessons for subjects or lessons where you need the most help. For example, if you struggle in math, go to the math live lesson! If you are a whiz in Spanish, you could just watch the recording.

Live Lessons are developed to include all learners who may be at different points in the course. Teachers choose lessons with mass appeal so that all students benefit.

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