First, here are the number of ratings and the average of those ratings — with so few ratings, though, I wouldn't make too much of the averages, but over time this is going to be incredibly helpful to me as I learn more about which units are proving more successful, which units need improvement, etc. So, 5 is "excellent," 4 is "very good," 3 is "good," 2 is "okay," 1 is "did not enjoy."
British units: 47 total. Here are the results from the first week, with another week of British reading in Week 12 to come!
|5.0 (2 ratings)||Looking-Glass|
|5.0 (2 ratings)||Robin Hood Ballads|
|5.0 (1 rating)||Welsh (Emerson)|
|4.8 (4 ratings)||Canterbury Tales|
|4.8 (4 ratings)||Nursery Rhymes|
|4.5 (4 ratings)||English Fairy Tales|
|4.5 (2 ratings)||Welsh (Thomas)|
|4.2 (9 ratings)||Alice in Wonderland|
|4.2 (5 ratings)||Celtic Fairy Tales|
|4.1 (7 ratings)||King Arthur|
|4.0 (3 ratings)||Britomart|
|4.0 (1 rating)||Beowulf|
|3.0 (1 rating)||More Celtic Fairy Tales|
|3.0 (1 rating)||More English Fairy Tales|
Below are some responses to the comments people made, and I am SO GRATEFUL for all this feedback. Because the comments you make in the Google Form are anonymous, I cannot reply to people individually, and I'm thinking these replies might be of general interest anyway — and you might want to check out my replies to previous comments too. There were not a lot of new types of comments different from previous weeks, but here is what I found specifically for these units:
Celtic Fairy Tales. I need to write up some more notes on these stories, especially any unusual words.
King Arthur. It would be good to create another unit focused 100% on King Arthur himself.
Welsh (Thomas). There's a pronunciation guide at the beginning, but I should add some pronunciation notes story by story for the key names and places.
Alice in Wonderland. I should write up short synopses of the omitted chapters!