"How do I determine if a curriculum is high school material? My son is interested in learning Biblical Greek. I found a few great workbooks at Half-Price books, but they don't have any grade recommendations on them." ~ Charlotte on Facebook
You might be able to find good audio books on biblical greek free on your library website. I know my library has one, I just happened to come across it yesterday. Haven't listened to it yet so I don't know how good it is. But it might be a good supplemental tool for the a child trying to learn greek at home.
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Course descriptions require a professional demeanor on paper. Your words should sound "business casual" not " yoga pants " even if you are writing professional course descriptions while actually wearing yoga pants .
Why? Read on and let me tell you.
The reason? Homeschool Records that Open Doors for college admission and scholarships. The audience for your course descriptions is a college. Your
Electives are subjects your children do on their own and they aren't always something you assign. You'll learn how to put high school electives on your transcript. And, we'll go in depth on some frequently used electives so you can get some ideas and encouragement for electives in your own homeschool.
Electives are subjects your children do on their own, not something you assign.
You will need to demonstrate interest in a college if you want to get admitted and get scholarships. Applying to a college without showing a genuine interest in the school is likely to benefit only the college, and unlikely to benefit your child.
Showing demonstrated interest means you have shown, by your actions, interest in the college and your desire