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Math at the High School Level


At the high school level, sometimes it can see like math takes FOREVER!  It can simply take a LONG time to complete math when you are working at a high school level.  Kids get slower after they have worked for an hour or more, so it makes sense to break it up into two pieces.  Some kids need more practice and some need less.  Each child only NEEDS to do the number of problems necessary in order to learn. Perhaps you can try to do odds or evens in math for a while, and see how the chapter tests go.  If a student doing well, that may be all the practice that is needed.



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Guest - J W on Tuesday, 30 August 2011 11:45

My 9th grader has done well with VideoText Interactive. It's pricey, but it's a good fit for a home school situation. The only thing that might goof up a home school high schooler is that the first course is pre-Algebra, Algebra I and Algebra II. The next course is Geometry and Trig. Public high schools do Geometry in between Algebra I and Algebra II, and Geometry is covered on the PSAT / SAT. My child started pre-Algebra in 7th grade and is currently finishing Algebra II, so I don't think this will be a problem for us :-)

My 9th grader has done well with VideoText Interactive. It's pricey, but it's a good fit for a home school situation. The only thing that might goof up a home school high schooler is that the first course is pre-Algebra, Algebra I and Algebra II. The next course is Geometry and Trig. Public high schools do Geometry in between Algebra I and Algebra II, and Geometry is covered on the PSAT / SAT. My child started pre-Algebra in 7th grade and is currently finishing Algebra II, so I don't think this will be a problem for us :-)
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