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How to Teach Homeschool High School Literature

How to Teach Homeschool High School Literature
Teaching homeschool high school literature is often a challenge for parents. It can be intimidating given that there are so many different kinds of li...
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Guest — Kasey Flores
Thanks so much!
Wednesday, 01 July 2020 17:22
Lee Binz
You're welcome! Blessings, Lee
Wednesday, 01 July 2020 17:33
Guest — Nunya
Thanks, Lee. I needed to read this tonight. Encouraging and helpful.
Thursday, 28 May 2020 03:22
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Nice Soft Boundaries for Homeschool English

Nice Soft Boundaries for Homeschool English
I'm a big fan of providing nice soft boundaries for homeschool english, rather than hard and fast rules.One mom was struggling to balance English for her reluctant readers. It can be hard to figure out how much time to spend reading and writing - particularly with struggling readers and writers who may suffer and struggle through the process.  Here are some nice soft boundaries, as you think it through. In general, think about having 1 hour...
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Guest — Tami D
I have a couple of girls who struggled with reading due to some trauma. I had already been filling our "Wasted" travel tiem with g... Read More
Tuesday, 28 August 2012 05:42
Guest — Sa ndxy
We used audio books but only if they could follow along with the written text. The reading the first three chapters and being to ... Read More
Monday, 27 August 2012 17:35
Guest — Debbie D.
Thank you for this. My son starts his freshman year this year. I have been struggling over what to have him read. He is a very rel... Read More
Monday, 27 August 2012 16:17
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    Teaching homeschool high school literature is often a challenge for parents. It can be intimidating given that there are so many different kinds of literature and so many different ways to teach literature, not to mention getting your child to learn to love a good piece of literature. Join me below and we'll walk through the ins-and-outs of high school

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