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Forum: Hsing HighSchoolers
 Topic: Web source for Christian commentary on Tale of Two Cities?
Web source for Christian commentary on Tale of Two Cities? [message #337612] Wed, 17 October 2007 13:30
Robin H.  is currently offline Robin H.
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Registered: April 2006
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We just finished this, reading aloud. My two students are writing essays and I've been discussing the book and what I see in it all along. I used Cliff notes for some thoughts but they are so cynical. Anybody know of further commentary from a Christian perspective that I can get hold of on the web? We need to move on so I don't have time to order material.

By the way, I don't see Dickens as a perfect author when I say the notes are cynical. It's very melodramatic writing. But I wonder if there's something further from a Christian perspective that I'm not seeing (other than the obvious themes of resurrection and social compassion).

Thanks
 Topic: Anyone doing TT Alg 2????
Anyone doing TT Alg 2???? [message #337635] Wed, 17 October 2007 13:56
Michele (Queen of Cheap)  is currently offline Michele (Queen of Cheap)
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Registered: April 2005
Location: Georgia
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In Lesson 22, the way the instuctor solves those kinds of problems is WAY different than the way I learned how to do it. His way is so long and complicated. I watched the video and it made no sense to me whatsoever. I can do each problem in less than 20 seconds, including writing the problem down on a sheet of paper. (This would be problems #18, #20 and #21).

I just don't get why he wants them to learn it this way??? I know there is many examples in Alg where you can solve something more than one way but this way of his is crazy (just my opinion).

Did anyone have any problem with these problems? I can't wait to see tomorrow's lesson.




Michele, The Organic Queen of Cheap!
(aka Shelly the Swamp Frog)

Happily posting on CHF since 1995


 Topic: Format for writing an interview paper
Format for writing an interview paper [message #338127] Thu, 18 October 2007 11:41
Cammie  is currently offline Cammie
Messages: 1858
Registered: April 2005
Location: Tennessee
Senior Member
My son is going to a local university tomorrow to meet with a professor to interview about their dept. He has a list of questions to ask.

When he is finished we will be going on a tour of the department.

Is their a specific format an interview paper is suppose to be done like? It has been a real long time since I had to deal with these type of things.


Cammie
 Topic: Another SAT/ACT question
Another SAT/ACT question [message #344017] Tue, 30 October 2007 13:43
~Janice  is currently offline ~Janice
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Is it okay to have your student take the test after a year or two of graduation? For instance, my dd took the SAT in her senior year of high school. She did mediocre. As she will be applying to a state university in the next six months (from the community college she has been attending) she would like to re-take the SAT and hopefully get a better score.

Won't the College Board send both tests when she applies to the U.? Or, will they look at the test dates and her graduation date and only send the one taken in her senior year?

In our state the community college has a transfer agreement that guarantees acceptance (as long as the grades are okay) from the cc. So, this would only be in her records. I think. Confused

What do you all think?



TAKE TIME FOR FRIENDS!

Janice T. ~ CHF member since 09/97 ~
Mom to four - ds 28, dd 26, dd 24 and ds 21 - and wife to my sweet husband Richard.
 Topic: Anyone heard of/used Dr.Callahan's math DVDs. . . .
Anyone heard of/used Dr.Callahan's math DVDs. . . . [message #346547] Mon, 05 November 2007 15:39
Michelle, IL  is currently offline Michelle, IL
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Registered: April 2005
Location: N.E. IL
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I'm considering using Jacob's Geometry for next year; but since my dd really likes the DVDs of mathrelief.com for algebra 1, I was hoping for a DVD program. Low and behold I found at http://www.askdrcallahan.com that he has a DVD series to go along with Jacob's geometry. Has anyone seen/used this one or any of his other courses?

Has anyone used Jacob's for geometry?

Kate, if you see this, what do use for geometry since Mr. Firebaugh hasn't come out yet with geometry?

Thanks,
Michelle


Wife to 1. Mom to 4 dds ages 20, 18, 8 & 8 and 1 one wonderful ds (age 15) right in the middle of those 4 girls.
 Topic: Architecture course?
Architecture course? [message #367931] Mon, 07 January 2008 14:01
Alice in NY  is currently offline Alice in NY
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Registered: September 2006
Location: New York
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My 16yo ds would like to know if there are any courses for homeschoolers for architecture. He is just now showing an interest in this subject. Any ideas would be appreciated. Thank you.

Alice
 Topic: Literary Lessons from Lord of the Rings
Literary Lessons from Lord of the Rings [message #370350] Tue, 15 January 2008 10:59
Elise  is currently offline Elise
Messages: 1954
Registered: April 2006
Location: Ohio
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If you've used this, can you share your experience?

Thanks,


Blessings,
Elise


Wife to Dan
Retired homeschool mom to Emily and Bryan
Academic Resource Tutor at a local high school - basically Mom-at-the-kitchen-table for about 50 students
 Topic: Touch Math
Touch Math [message #374233] Mon, 28 January 2008 10:05
Nat  is currently offline Nat
Messages: 24
Registered: April 2005
Location: NC
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Has anyone used Touch Math for the upper grades? I have never used the program. My 16 yod is dyslexic and needs a lot of help with math. She has trouble with add, sub, mult facts. She has a terrible time with counting money. I had thought about using the money kit for her. She thinks it will be boring and silly to use the touch points. She needs something different, everything we have tried so far has not worked.
Thanks.


Nat
 Topic: HELP!
HELP! [message #384491] Tue, 04 March 2008 19:50
Carrie from Canada  is currently offline Carrie from Canada
Messages: 1
Registered: February 2007
Location: Canada
Junior Member
Hi,

This is only my 2nd year homeschooling and in Sept. my son starts Grade 9.
Are there any Canadians on here who could give me some advice on curriculum for the highschool years, and what he will need to cover in Gr. 9.
I'm feeling overwhelmed! Confused

Thanks so much
Carrie
 Topic: ALEKS - any users?
ALEKS - any users? [message #385729] Sat, 08 March 2008 14:56
Jamie
Messages: 4068
Registered: April 2005
Senior Member
I've run into ALEKS.com and it sounds wonderful...but I'm curious to know if anyone has used this product and can provide feedback.


Peace
 Topic: Suggestions for book for high school world history?
Suggestions for book for high school world history? [message #392944] Mon, 31 March 2008 20:34
Karen in TN  is currently offline Karen in TN
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Registered: April 2005
Location: TN
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My son is finishing up a World History credit. We have used the last half of Beautiful Feets, US and World History. It stops at the Vietnam War.

Any book suggestions (non fiction please) for post Vietnam up to now? It could be anything from 9-11 to a biography of an inventor. I just felt like he could do a little more and he has a couple of months left for school.

Karen in TN


wife of 31 years to Richard, Mom to Matthew (26), Adra 24, Shelby 15, Samuel 13, and Ruby Grace 11. Homeschooling for 19 years.
 Topic: Saxon has new CD-ROM's! Opinions?
Saxon has new CD-ROM's! Opinions? [message #403027] Tue, 29 April 2008 14:19
Robin H.  is currently offline Robin H.
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I was browsing and found that some of the Saxon higher math courses have CD-ROM's, put out by Saxon, that have the lesson, all the problems, test solutions, etc. It's very reasonably priced. I guess they're trying to be competitive with curriculum like Teaching Textbooks. So I have used the old Saxon Algebra II for my older children and it was fine, I thought. Do y'all agree? Is the Saxon higher math series adequate for college prep and SAT prep? I know that they incorporate geometry but we always do a separate year of that anyway.

All opinions welcome. Any math people care to go back and access Saxon? I know it's become less popular over the years.

Thanks.
Robin H.
 Topic: Grad gift
Grad gift [message #408671] Wed, 14 May 2008 11:33
SkiGirl
Messages: 2169
Registered: April 2005
Location: Tidytown
Senior Member
I looked at the post below for ideas, but my situation is different.

We are friends with a wonderful teen guy who is graduating this year. He has a full ride to an art school. We don't have tons of money to spend. Dh was thinking of an I-tunes gift card. Do any of you have any other ideas?

Also, another young man who is going to Annapolis. What on earth do you get a future Cadet (who can only receive letters for a certain number of months)?

Lastly, a young man that we do not know well, but our son is friends with. They are more casual friends since ds is 14 and this guy is 18. We think ds should give a gift, but we are not sure what.


Rebecca
Married to my best friend and mommy to 6.

Daily given more Grace than I will ever deserve....




 Topic: SAT Prep Course through HSLDA
SAT Prep Course through HSLDA [message #409052] Thu, 15 May 2008 11:44
Michele (Queen of Cheap)  is currently offline Michele (Queen of Cheap)
Messages: 5810
Registered: April 2005
Location: Georgia
Senior Member
If you are a member of HSLDA, take a look at this

http://www.hslda.org/tour/satprep.asp


Michele, The Organic Queen of Cheap!
(aka Shelly the Swamp Frog)

Happily posting on CHF since 1995


 Topic: Has anyone used ACE for OT Survey and NT Survey?
Has anyone used ACE for OT Survey and NT Survey? [message #412037] Fri, 23 May 2008 18:11
Michele (Queen of Cheap)  is currently offline Michele (Queen of Cheap)
Messages: 5810
Registered: April 2005
Location: Georgia
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Did you like it?


Michele, The Organic Queen of Cheap!
(aka Shelly the Swamp Frog)

Happily posting on CHF since 1995


 Topic: "Secret of Great Communicators"
"Secret of Great Communicators" [message #431019] Thu, 17 July 2008 11:15
Denise Kelley  is currently offline Denise Kelley
Messages: 296
Registered: April 2005
Location: Virginia
Senior Member
Has anyone used this program by Jeff Myers? I just purchased it from IEW this past weekend, and it looks really good!

I'd love some in-put...


~Denna

Wife to sweetheart - 25 years. Mom to Tom (20), Lee (23), and mil to Lee's lovely wife.
CHF member - a long time! :)

Denise Kelley
SWR Endorsed Trainer
IEW Accomplished Instructor
 Topic: Has anyone used Paso A Paso (Spanish curriculum)? nt
Has anyone used Paso A Paso (Spanish curriculum)? nt [message #432585] Mon, 21 July 2008 23:02
Dimples  is currently offline Dimples
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Registered: August 2005
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No Message Body
 Topic: FYI --Diplomas
FYI --Diplomas [message #438244] Tue, 05 August 2008 16:57
Lisa R.  is currently offline Lisa R.
Messages: 14906
Registered: April 2005
Location: Georgia
Senior Member

I was browsing around Donna Young's site, and noticed she has diplomas now, in case any one is interested. Several people in various settings have asked me about them, and I was unaware of this resource before.

http://www.donnayoung.org/forms/index.htm (scroll down a little)


Blessings,
Lisa R.
 Topic: Art Curriculum
Art Curriculum [message #444330] Sat, 23 August 2008 10:58
Pam - NH  is currently offline Pam - NH
Messages: 96
Registered: October 2007
Location: NH
Member
Has anyone heard of or used How Great Thou Art's video set of The Book of Many Colors? I looked for reviews, but have not been able to find any!

Thank you!

Pam-NH
 Topic: More details about student/athletes...
More details about student/athletes... [message #450340] Wed, 10 September 2008 13:28
Sherry in NH  is currently offline Sherry in NH
Messages: 9570
Registered: April 2005
Location: Small Town New Hampshire
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I left a note in General Chats here:

http://chfweb.net/index.php?t=msg&goto=450336&S=b589 24beb99ab8f9ea84a93f04c77974#msg_450336

Also, once you register online, which costs $60 currently, you have to forward some specifics, including a list of the names of texts used and proof of legal homeschooling.

That might be important for someone to know ahead of time....I would've kept a separate list, but will now pull it out of the files <grin>


In Jesus

Sherry from NH
 Topic: BJU vocab vs ACE Wordbuilder
BJU vocab vs ACE Wordbuilder [message #456355] Sat, 27 September 2008 13:21
MicheleB  is currently offline MicheleB
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Registered: July 2006
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If anyone has used these, which would you recommend, or why did you like the one you used?

We've used ACE Wordbuilder the last two years, but I see BJU has a vocab. workbook that is cheaper and also, I'm wondering if it's more comprehensive.


Michele
 Topic: Bunny Trail from PSATS....the hardest thing...
Bunny Trail from PSATS....the hardest thing... [message #458903] Fri, 03 October 2008 22:01
Sherry in NH  is currently offline Sherry in NH
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Registered: April 2005
Location: Small Town New Hampshire
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I don't know what your hardest thing, if you have one, about homeschooling a highschooler is. For me, it's all the record keeping.

We have several places to "report" to. We report to a local cs to report to the state, so we register there every year, more or less [it used to be 2 cs, so I'm pleased it's only one.] Our ds play sports at the local ps, and they need grades reported. We keep a transcript at NARS in Maine. It turns out now that NCAA has another set of requirements for homeschooling. Our dd goes out to teachers 2 days a week, so we have logs and stuff from them to record for NARS.

Has anyone come up with an elegant solution or two? What works for you and why? What doesn't work and why? Have you transferred all the record keeping to the kids somehow? Do you do every stitch of it yourself?


In Jesus

Sherry from NH
 Topic: RE: honors
RE: honors [message #460065] Mon, 06 October 2008 22:14
Anonymous for now
Pm and I'll tell ya' all about it. Laughing

Blessings,
Deborah
 Topic: Check your local...
Check your local... [message #467777] Sun, 26 October 2008 15:10
Cheryl in IL  is currently offline Cheryl in IL
Messages: 32
Registered: May 2005
Location: IL
Member
high school website through the Guidance dept. Our local high school's website (through the guidance dept.) posts active scholarship information for all local scholarships and some that are not so local. The banks in our area all have scholarships they give out so do check with them as well. Other local organizations are Wal-Mart, service clubs like Kiwanis,Lions, Rotary; American Legion, VFW, Eagles, Business and Professional Women's clubs. Check to see if you have any connections with an employer...for example my DH's dad worked for the REA and our son may be eligible for a scholarship since he is related.
 Topic: Info on homeschoolers and NCAA from HSLDA
Info on homeschoolers and NCAA from HSLDA [message #471532] Wed, 05 November 2008 12:14
Sherry in NH  is currently offline Sherry in NH
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Did you know that Jason Taylor was homeschooled?

http://www.hslda.org/docs/news/hslda/200112120.asp


In Jesus

Sherry from NH
 Topic: Anyone familiar with Bridgeway Academy
Anyone familiar with Bridgeway Academy [message #480313] Sat, 29 November 2008 06:30
wen/MI  is currently offline wen/MI
Messages: 21
Registered: May 2005
Location: MI
Junior Member
We're considering using their highschool correspondence program for our ds. They have an option for students with learning disabilities. I was just wondering if anyone knows anything about them.
www.homeschoolacademy.com

Thank-you.
 Topic: Scholarships anyone?
Scholarships anyone? [message #489614] Sat, 27 December 2008 13:48
Rosemary-MI  is currently offline Rosemary-MI
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Registered: April 2005
Location: Lower mid Michigan
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I found this web site for scholarships.

Thought it might be of interest. They ask for college or trade school your child might attend and all the extracurricular activities they are involved in. The even ask for heritage. They have tons of scholarship information for free! Very Happy

www.fastweb.com

Rosemary


I don't suffer from insanity, I enjoy every minute of it!
 Topic: Henle Latin users, past and present
Henle Latin users, past and present [message #492563] Mon, 05 January 2009 11:37
Robin H.  is currently offline Robin H.
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What do you/have you covered in the first year of Latin using Henle? Also, if you use the study guides by Cheryl Lowe, do you go past Units I and II(the first study guide) for the first credit/year of study?

My ds has been swamped with some heavy coursework this year and has been doing first year Latin with an online tutorial. He's had a hard time keeping up. I want to be fair and consider that they may be going faster than is really necessary. He also may be a poor manager of his time. Confused

Thanks
Robin H.
 Topic: HSLDA on NCAA and NAIA
HSLDA on NCAA and NAIA [message #494283] Fri, 09 January 2009 21:07
Sherry in NH  is currently offline Sherry in NH
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http://www.hslda.org/docs/news/hslda/200112120.asp


In Jesus

Sherry from NH
 Topic: Would you please pray :-)
Would you please pray :-) [message #498028] Wed, 21 January 2009 13:00
Sherry in NH  is currently offline Sherry in NH
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Our ds is a senior and just turned 18.

He has some core courses left to finish, along with a lot of electives. Between issues with the companies providing the courses, proctored testing, injuries, sickness, doctors and chiro appointments, basketball season, etc., I think this spring semester is going to be the hardest one yet.

He needs to finish in a certain order in order to be able to play basketball in college, if he's supposed to do that. He doesn't know yet what he even wants to do next year. I'm also still waiting from the accrediting agency to see whether they've approved all of his courses so far.

It seems like it would be a lot easier if we just knew where God wants him in the next couple of years. I'm praying that all these issues will help God to direct him in his life.

Thanks!


In Jesus

Sherry from NH
 Topic: Participating in the Music Worship team, question
Participating in the Music Worship team, question [message #500006] Tue, 27 January 2009 00:49
Jamie
Messages: 4068
Registered: April 2005
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(Sorry, I feel like I'm going to dominate this board in the coming weeks)

Both Olivia and Maxwell were requested and joined our church's music worship team last summer. Since then, they have practiced at church twice a week, and then again during their time at home. They have performed in two off-site performances as well.

I was happy marking this down as an elective, considering all the hours involved. However, I'm wondering if this should go in their volunteer section? Could it go in both?


Peace
 Topic: Still working on getting ds2 NCAA-qualified or whatever it's called...
Still working on getting ds2 NCAA-qualified or whatever it's called... [message #502722] Tue, 03 February 2009 10:56
Sherry in NH  is currently offline Sherry in NH
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...so he could play college bb, if that's what he's supposed to do.

I have all the paperwork through junior year in [which I should have done at the end of junior year but did not know] and I'm waiting to hear if they "approve" all of his courses.

For senior year, he's busy getting his electives (that he loves) and his core courses (that he needs) done, logging them and I'll be busy soon making sure it's written up properly on the transcript.

I called the ps high school where he plays bb today, at dh's behest, to ask them if there's a possibility they could fit him in a computer course for fourth quarter (third quarter just started)....mostly because it turns out that NCAA doesn't really like time-based courses, and many computer courses are time/project-based.

The school is working its way through how that will work, suggesting some kind of virtual class, etc. He'd rather *not* go in...and going in comes with some negatives [we already had one child go through that school]...so maybe a virtual class is the best choice.

I'm not sure yet.

Anyone else playing catchup?? <grin>


In Jesus

Sherry from NH
 Topic: Virtual Classes...
Virtual Classes... [message #506642] Sat, 14 February 2009 15:18
Sherry in NH  is currently offline Sherry in NH
Messages: 9570
Registered: April 2005
Location: Small Town New Hampshire
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Okay, we've determined that NCAA doesn't require a computer course...but ds needs .5 credits to graduate from NARS. We've had trouble finding something that is an overview he can do at home.

The local ps hs is out, because their computer courses are all on a semester basis and the semester already started, and he had too much this quarter with bb going anyway. The ps virtual VHS program is out for some reason (I suspect they pay for seats or something).

They recommended either taking a course at a local tech or community college, which may be possible, or checking into VLACS, which is an online charter school for NH.

Question: if ds participates in VLACS even for just .5 credit, does that flip his status to that of a ps student? Does his status change, if he takes college courses?

Does anyone have any experience with anything like this?

[Updated on: Mon, 16 February 2009 16:29]


In Jesus

Sherry from NH
 Topic: Has anyone used SOS government?
Has anyone used SOS government? [message #529779] Sat, 02 May 2009 11:46
PamE
Messages: 3706
Registered: April 2005
Location: AZ (but it's a DRY heat!)
Senior Member
Can you please tell me a bit about it? I'd like to get opinions before I buy.


I have not achieved it, but I focus on this one thing: Forgetting the past and looking forward to what lies ahead, I press on to reach the end of the race and receive the heavenly prize for which God, through Christ Jesus, is calling us. ~Phil 3:13-14~
 Topic: DIVE Science by Dr. Shorman?
icon5.gif  DIVE Science by Dr. Shorman? [message #531193] Wed, 06 May 2009 17:29
Debbie G.  is currently offline Debbie G.
Messages: 5
Registered: April 2005
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Does anyone have any experience with Dr. Shorman's science curriculum, DIVE into Science? I am considering it for next year, but can't find anyone who has used it to get an opinion. From the sample I could watch on-line it looked a little boring. I would love for someone to tell me this is the greatest thing ever! But any opinion is appreciated!

Blessings,

Debbie G
 Topic: Help with resume format?
Help with resume format? [message #531579] Thu, 07 May 2009 14:02
Sherry in NH  is currently offline Sherry in NH
Messages: 9570
Registered: April 2005
Location: Small Town New Hampshire
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Woohoo--the kid I thought would never be motivated about anything...is excitedly applying for a college where he can major in Physical Therapy.

A list of things he needs to get in by Monday is: application, copy of transcript (can I send a copy of ours or does it have to go from the school?), two letters of recommendation, resume (work experience, school experience, other activities, references? are we missing anything?) and write an essay.

Anything else we need to know?


In Jesus

Sherry from NH
 Topic: D.I.V.E math & science
D.I.V.E math & science [message #532652] Mon, 11 May 2009 01:35
Jamie
Messages: 4068
Registered: April 2005
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Moderators: I just noticed a similar thread just a few rows down....could this post be deleted so as to not ignore the original request?

Has anyone used these before? I have a math program that works already - but I'm trying to find something interactive AND on the computer for next year ... but just for science. Max struggled and wasn't interested ithren science at all up until a couple of months ago. He's still not "at level" but he's working his way through Apologia's Biology and has been alternately flipping through/studying chapters in his sister's old Apologia Marine Biology. He does so well with his existing online math that I'd like to find a science that does the same. I found an old DIVE demo cd and would like feedback on their science.

Thanks in advance.

[Updated on: Mon, 11 May 2009 01:52]


Peace
 Topic: One Year Adventure Novel
icon5.gif  One Year Adventure Novel [message #534408] Fri, 15 May 2009 23:18
Jamie
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Registered: April 2005
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I've watched the video on their webpage, oneyearnovel.com, but would like to know if anyone here has used the curriculum? Any thoughts?


Peace
 Topic: Anyone want a good link for the life of Napoleon?
Anyone want a good link for the life of Napoleon? [message #557268] Tue, 04 August 2009 16:19
PamE
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Registered: April 2005
Location: AZ (but it's a DRY heat!)
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Found this today and I'm fascinated!!!

http://www.napoleonicsociety.com/english/frameSetAccueil_Eng .htm


I have not achieved it, but I focus on this one thing: Forgetting the past and looking forward to what lies ahead, I press on to reach the end of the race and receive the heavenly prize for which God, through Christ Jesus, is calling us. ~Phil 3:13-14~
 Topic: Has anyone used The Grammar Key?
Has anyone used The Grammar Key? [message #560008] Thu, 13 August 2009 10:30
Chris, GA  is currently offline Chris, GA
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Could you tell me a little bit about how you used the program?
Thanks!


Chris, GA
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