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How Do You Know It's High School Level?

How Do You Know It's High School Level?
How Do You Know it's High School Level? This post contains affiliate links. If you click and buy I may make a few pennies, but not enough for a latte. I was consulting with a homeschool parent about the age-old question, "How do you know it's high school level?"  She asked me how to tell whether "Movies as Literature" was a high school course.   The more we talked about it, the more confident she became.  Meanwhile,...
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Guest — Lily
I have used it with my daughters and I plan to use it in two years with my son. One of my daughters was rather the 'cool' type; su... Read More
Sunday, 17 August 2014 07:33
Guest — Assistant to The HomeScholar
Dear Lily, It's wonderful that you are willing to use whatever method works to teach your children the information they need. Keep... Read More
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Guest — Ariana
We bought this neat curriculum guide this summer for my Freshman who is interested in Film School, Movie Directing.
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Living Books for Homeschool College Preparation

Living Books for Homeschool College Preparation
Cori and I chatted about literature-based curriculum, and she had a follow up question about using living books. Lee, you wrote: "We used a literature based curriculum for high school, and my children read TONS of books in high school.   What does literature-based learning look like in the REAL world, where parents are faced with the demands of homeschooling, housework, and household economics?"   Where should I look to find out exactly how you did this please? ...
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