How do you feel about teaching English? For our family, it was a little scary, difficult to teach, and intimidating! Some people think that it's overwhelming and takes thousands of hours to do, but for some, it's unending joy.If you look at all of the pieces that teaching English entails, you could easily become overwhelmed!
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If English seems overwhelming to you, Easy English for Simple Homeschooling: How to Teach, Assess and Document High School English will be a welcome resource! Written in plain English, it offers encouragement and tips for teaching writing, determining what makes an English credit, determining grades, teaching unique learners, and more.
You can get my Kindle book Easy English for Simple Homeschooling for free March 1-5! Don't miss this opportunity to let me help you with this free resource. You'll be more confident than ever teaching English!
Finding a college is more than watching where your friends and neighbors’ children go to school. Take your sophomore or junior to a college fair and/or search online for the perfect college match for your student. Once you have some possibilities, visit the college in person. Visiting is the only way to see if it’s a perfect match. Try to… Read More
College application has it's own unique vocabulary. As you look toward college admission, you'll notice you have many different choices on how to apply. Here are the NACAC definitions of terms for different kinds of application plans. If you need a primer on what "application" means, this blog post is for you.
Non-Restrictive Application Plans: All… Read More
Do you get cold sweats just thinking about teaching your teen high school math? Did your last exposure to trigonometry leave you covered in hives? If so, you are not alone! Every homeschool parent "loses it" at some point during high school math.
Do you have trouble with math? Here are my top tips for teaching high school math.