Each weekly lesson is only one page spread, but for us, that’s plenty. The work is less memory and more translating. The child is expected to not only memorize the conjugations and declensions, but use them in very short sentences and have some ideas of their own about derivatives. He listens to the CD on Monday, does exercises A and B on Tuesday (alone, and generally successfully), C and D on Wednesday (requires LOTS of help), and has a quiz from the back fo the teacher’s manual on Thursday.
On top of the workbook, the syllabus has daily vocabulary and memorization reviews. We always do that work together.