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Homeschool Foreign Language Program

Homeschool Foreign Language Program
Cindy asked, "Is there a particular Latin American Spanish curriculum that you recommend above others?  My children are 16,14,13 and 8.  We've been homeschooling for 10 years and I used to have a hard time learning a foreign language in school myself."Dear Cindy,Thank you for your question about Foreign Languages and Latin American Spanish!  The most common homeschool curriculum choices are Rosetta Stone, Power-Glide, and Aurolog.  You have a great opportunity with 4 students to have...
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Guest — Lee
My husband teaches French and Russian through Currclick.com. I have free Spanish on my homeschool site, Easy Peasy All-in-One Home... Read More
Thursday, 18 July 2013 09:10
Guest — Julieanne
MangoLanguages.com is another great option that we're going to use for our family this next school year.
Monday, 24 June 2013 11:21
Guest — Kris
We are using Pimsleur. It is the one used by the federal government when they quickly need to train an employee to work in a Fren... Read More
Wednesday, 29 August 2012 10:32
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How to Tell if a Foreign Language Course is High School Level

The simplest way to tell whether a foreign language curriculum is high school level is if the curriculum provider TELLS you that it's high school level!Take a look at the Rock Solid website, When you do a search, you can see MANY high school level choices for foreign language.Here is a foreign language program available from Sonlight Curriculum.Notice how it says in one paragraph:  "Rosetta Stone customers tell us the program is equivalent to two years...
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