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Playing the Name Game!

Several people tend to be intimidated by grading. A number of parents tend to be fearful of high school credits. Then you will find some unschool or delight-directed homeschools that definitely stress out regarding naming courses. It can be very easy if you use textbooks (look at the title of the textbook! ) however in other conditions it’s not as simple.


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I just got off the telephone with a mom attempting to name an unconventional class. If you are stuck, try to Google a few key words from the course you are making an attempt to name, with the words “course description. ” You’ll come up with a bunch of high school and college class course descriptions that will be similar. Look for the title that best represents your class, and Voila! In this mother’s situation, we determined that “Occupational Education: Restaurant Occupations” was the perfect title for her class.


Are you aware that every week on Facebook I provide you with a video tip of the week for homeschooling high school? Not too long ago I put on Facebook a video tip about Naming High School Classes. If you are on Facebook, make sure you check out my fan page! You can “LIKE” my page, grab my free mini-course known as “The 10 Essentials – What Every Homeschooler Needs to Study Before Graduation”


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