Homeschool High School History

Homeschool High School History and Social Studies Credits

What counts as homeschool high school social studies? That’s up to you and your teen (and state requirements)! Homeschool high school history is a piece of social studies, as are a few other typical areas of study. For many college bound homeschool high schoolers social studies will look like this: –  1 credit in American History…

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homeschool high school social studies electives

How to Create Homeschool High School Social Studies Electives

In addition to the traditional History credits we plan for our students, it can be so much fun to create homeschool high school social studies electives that are tailored to a particular child’s interests. Here are some things to consider as you create a transcript entry for your highschooler. Homeschool High School Social Studies Electives When…

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Cinema Studies for Literature Learning

Cinema Studies for Literature Learning Curriculum

Introducing Sabrina Justison’s Cinema Studies for Literature Learning curriculum, a full-year high school course for literature learning using the medium of movies! Teens can use some movies as part of the work that earns their Literature credits if they practice analysis skills like the ones explored in this guide. Cinema Studies for Literature Learning curriculum is geared…

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Cinema Studies for Literature Learning in High School. Movies can be a valuable part of high school Language Arts lessons. 7SistersHomeschool.com

Cinema Studies for Literature Learning in High School

Cinema Studies for Literature Learning is a Language Arts curriculum for homeschool high school. It is geared to the visual learner in high school, to those who are reluctant readers or for whom reading is very time-consuming, and to those who love movies! Good movies tell good stories, and good storytelling requires the use of…

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