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Homeschooling Teens: How Do You Know It's High School Level?

"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

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Look up the book online, through Amazon or a homeschool catalog, and see what it says. You can also look at the author and reviewer, to see if they are high school or college reviewers. you can also ask your pastor - if he took Biblical Greek, then he might know.
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Guest - John (website) on Thursday, 17 June 2010 07:00

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.

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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