Did you count the Runkle geography for 1/2 or 1 credit on the transcript? It only has 13 chapters, so I'm wondering if the map exercises took a lot of extra time? Thank you.
In her blog post Hours in a Credit, Lee says, "When I estimate high school credits, I usually just guess and estimate how much time the student spends. Add up all the experiences you are planning, and see if you have 75 hours or more. If you do, then call it 1/2 credit." but of course, it's completely up to you, and you can supplement with other activities, movies, curriculum, etc to add to the time spent on a subject.
You can see how to add more to time/content a subject in Lee's article: Delight Directed Learning
I hope that helps!
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Here is the link to Runkle Geography
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