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  • Item #: 033944
    ISBN: 9780983297987
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    Why not? Why not continue to teach spelling and vocabulary in high school? Just because most spelling programs end in either the 6th or 8th grade doesn't mean it's a good idea. This is the perfect program for a high schooler, allowing the student to combine spelling/vocabulary with particular subjects that are being studied. In the same manner as its younger sister, Phonetic Zoo, the program uses auditory input with frequency to achieve mastery. The newly revised (and lower-priced!) set includes two CD-ROMs which contain nine sets of MP3 audio vocabulary lessons and PDF booklets. Lesson sets follow specific subject topics including: Art & Architecture, Bible & Theology, Business & Economics, Government & Law, Greek & Latin Word Roots, Health & Science, Literature, Music and SAT/ACT. Each lesson features 24 words. Each word is pronounced, used in a sentence, and pronounced again, leaving time for the student to write the word. Later, the student checks his spelling as the word is spelled and the definition given on the CD. After each set of eight words, a short subject-related poem is inserted for the listener's relaxation. The student is expected to go through a lesson once each day until he can spell all its words perfectly. ~ Janice

  • Item #: 015143
    ISBN: 9780825143205
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    This small-format book contains 180 short warm-up activities, one for each day of the school year. There are matching, fill-in-the-blank, categorizing, and writing activities that expose and familiarize the student with a wide range of vocabulary words. Topics covered include using context clues, words with multiple meanings, homophones, homographs, commonly misspelled/misused words, idioms, euphemisms, connotation, similes & metaphors, analogies, suffixes, plurals, and origins. ~ Anh

  • Item #: 039682
    ISBN: 9780825160608
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    180 thought-provoking exercises for your high school students that require them to call on their vocabulary skills. Varying formats keep practice interesting and appeal to different learning styles. For example: in a word search, find 10 synonyms for small; Correct commonly misspelled words such as papparazi, merangue and abundant; or, come up with 15 words to describe the most beautiful scene you have ever seen! Answers in the back. Pb, 200pp. ~ Sara

  • Item #: 047067
    ISBN: 9780375429644
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    This is The Princeton Review’s 500 flashcards of need-to-know vocabulary, definitions, and terms in context - including words from the “Hit Parade” of vocabulary appearing most often on the SAT. The double-sided cards (made from card-stock paper) list the word and the part of speech on the front and have definitions, a contextual sentence, and synonyms on the reverse. The box also includes 50 customizable cards, so the collection can be expanded. A scale printed on the inside of the box helps you keep track of just how many words you have memorized.

  • Item #: 020527
    ISBN: 9781932096118
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    If you are preparing to homeschool a highschooler, no doubt you already realize that this is a big responsibility. If you are unsure whether you are going to continue to homeschool through high school, be assured that the same reasons you chose to homeschool in the first place are still applicable through these years. You are still able to provide your students with everything they need to be prepared for college - likely even more than their peers. The focus of this book is homeschooling through high school with the goal of college admission. Frequently homeschoolers approaching these years wonder if they will be able to give their students what they need to be accepted, and they are wary about keeping the right records, being eligible for scholarships, preparing official transcripts, and numerous other considerations that will be encountered. The author of this book, Jeanne Gowen Dennis, has (successfully!) homeschooled her daughter through high school, and she is now excelling in college. Because of the many questions Dennis has received on this subject, she decided to write a book to help prepare parents and show them exactly what they need to do to prepare their students. Not only did she draw on her experience and that of other homeschooling families, she also surveyed over 260 colleges on her own to find out what they looked for, what they required, and what strengths and weaknesses they noticed among homeschoolers enrolled in their colleges. This book begins with a chapter targeting the unsure. Dennis spells out the many advantages of homeschooling through high school, reassuring you that you are qualified to undertake this responsibility. She also lists out the disadvantages, such as not having such wide access to lab science materials, administrative tasks that you will be required to do, potential social problems (no, this does NOT have to be case at all, but she mentions it in order to help you recognize the importance of preparing your students to be in college life) and a few others. She also provides ways to combat these though, with excellent, sound advice. Next, she offers you the "Blueprint for Success", an outline of all the skills you need to build in your student - be it good character, academic, or practical. Planning and Priorities is an excellent chapter listing goals for high school education. Next she instructs in planning schedules, budget, selecting quality curriculum, and other important decisions. Chapter 5 is an extremely helpful chapter, showing by subject what is important for students to learn before going to college. A chapter for the home guidance office offers knowledge about keeping accurate records, college and career planning, alternatives for higher education, college entrance exams (SAT or ACT? What are the pros and cons of taking the GED?), and financial aid. Then is an extensive guide to finding the right college, along with a several page questionnaire to fill out regarding the college. The next chapter highlights noted strengths and potential weaknesses of homeschoolers in college, helping you to build on the strengths and alleviate the weaknesses. Chapters 9 and 10 guide you through all the information you should keep and record, how to prepare your transcript to look professional, assigning credits, writing course descriptions, assigning grades, and everything else you need to package in order to apply to colleges and look professional. There are tons of forms and charts to help you prepare your student's records clearly and correctly. Extensive appendices include a chart of college homeschool requirements (gathered from over 100 colleges across the nation), homeschool high school resources, a section for students, and a very complete list of recommended reading - one from a college English professor, one from a literature based homeschooling mom, and an additional compilation of other favorites from the author and other parents. If you are unsure of whether you want to continue homeschooling into this period, if you feel incompetent, or if you know you want to but have questions regarding preparation for college, this guide will prove extremely valuable to you. There is a lot of information here for anyone preparing students for college admission. 306 pgs. - Melissa

  • Item #: 004568
    ISBN: 9780978541316
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    High school record keeping is more important than tracking the progress of your elementary student, so the good folks that brought you the popular Homeschooler’s Journal now have a high school version. As with the Journal, the bulk of the High School Journal is devoted to the weekly lesson layout. Seven columns (vs. six for the Journal) for subjects times five rows for days gives you 40 squares to work with on each pair of pages. These squares contain seven lines for writing details (as opposed to the open format of the squares in the Journal). In the lower right is a handy chart for keeping track of hours spent per subject each week, recordable in quarter-hour increments. Since the method of study (unit studies, structured text, multiple students per subject, etc.) varies from family to family, several examples show various methods of using the weekly lesson layout to your best advantage. The only other change for the High School Journal is a “Grade Record” which replaces the “Test Score Keeper” in the Journal. Daily grades can be recorded in up to 10 subjects for up to 192 days. Other miscellaneous forms in the Journal remain unchanged.

  • Item #: 000354
    ISBN: 9781888827460
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    “A Time Management, Organization, and Career Exploration Course for Christian Home-Schooled Teens.” A rather lengthy subtitle, but very accurate. The author of Spelling Power has placed both a learning and planning tool in the hands of teens. If you want to control your child’s educational plans for the future - skip this. But if you want to empower your teen to begin to take charge of his life - this is great! As students work through this 9-week, ¼-credit course they learn essential planning and organizational skills while constructing a plan for high school and beyond. Definitely Christian in perspective, students are encouraged to seek God’s will when setting goals and to “make time for God” when creating weekly and daily schedules. The book is interesting, well-written, and logically organized into nine main units: Establishing Goals and Setting Priorities; Create Your Tentative High School Plan; Working Out This Year’s Plan; Planning Individual Courses; Completing Assignments and Projects; Making Weekly and Daily Schedules; Keep Records of Your Accomplishments; Making Decisions About Post High School Education; Paying for College. Accompanied by a helpful array of reproducible forms, these take your students through long- and short-term goal setting, through the nuts and bolts of planning each year, down to weekly and daily scheduling, keeping records of progress, and looking into the options for the future, including college. Your student will emerge with a better, “big picture” view of his education and its relevance in his life. The author does not assume a particular philosophy of education throughout, but, rather, does an excellent job of allowing for different educational approaches and learning preferences. She explains how to include outside activities and learning experiences as coursework and translate them into credits. While it would be ideal to use this course at the outset of high school, it could be implemented any time during the high school years.

  • Item #: 043312
    ISBN: 9781463582081
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    (description by publisher - stay tuned for our own!) -Two-semester course for English credit -No prerequisites needed -Practical lessons and approximately 100 interesting assignments -Written to the student in a conversational tone -Can be self-taught with guidance or used in co-ops or private schools -For the teen who loves to write stories -13 fact-filled chapters, approximately 300 pages -Hundreds of age-appropriate fiction examples from classics to recent novels -One of only a few fiction texts uniquely designed for high school teens -Optional manuscript track for teens who have already written a story -Discussion guides, assignments, and answers included in teacher's guide
  • Item #: 003821
    ISBN: 9780075841012
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  • Item #: 008057
    ISBN: 9781593576622
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    I have a lot of skills and I've achieved more than I thought during high school. Most of us can quickly recognize that this student has not created an effective resume. Do you know how to instruct your child to do better? Obviously, the goal is to prepare a document that highlights the student's skills, background, and personal qualities. This 154-page, step-by-step guide gives students the tools they need to describe what they've done and can do. By providing practice in writing every part of the resume, students will develop the skills necessary to produce a quality document. Although targeting students in public schools, this tool is adaptable tool for homeschooled students. Janice

  • Item #: 024548
    ISBN: 9780075840732
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  • Item #: 024556
    ISBN: 9780075840770
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  • Item #: 024552
    ISBN: 9780075840756
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  • Item #: 024554
    ISBN: 9780075840763
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  • Item #: 034591
    ISBN: 9781893103511
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    From 500 A.D. to 1530 A.D., this literature approach to history takes students through the medieval period via some of the best classic and historic literature available. Students read works by classic authors such as Shakespeare, Chaucer, and Sir Walter Scott. They learn about heroic figures of the time like Wycliffe, Tyndale, Joan of Arc, Luther, Saladin and more. This one-year course has been revised and the publishers have broken the study into two guides; one for intermediate/junior high grades, and one for high school. The guides are now full-color. The Intermediate/Junior High guide features 35 weekly lessons with reading assignments, mapping activities, research and discussion topics, hands-on and craft suggestions, vocabulary lists and more.

    Resources for each guide are listed below; if a resource is used in both levels, it is marked with an (*).'

  • Item #: 003785
    ISBN: 9780075840992
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  • Item #: 028778
    ISBN: 9780152046996
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    Another inspiring and engaging novel by Avi, and winner of a handful of children's choice book awards, this is one that is definitely hard to put down. Determined and resourceful Ida Bidson dreams of being a teacher someday, and with 8th grade examinations approaching, and a good year on the farm last year, it just might be possible to convince her parents to let her attend high school in the city. But when an unexpected turn of events forces the teacher of their one-room schoolhouse to return home, the school board decides not to find a replacement until the next year, and expecting the children to repeat the year. Ida is distraught at the idea of repeating 8th grade, and her dreams of being a teacher, already on shaky ground, may bite the dust. Unless… they can find a way to finish the school year themselves. Will Ida's first teaching job be a success or enough to make her reconsider? And can she still complete her own studies while teaching the other students their lessons, AND helping out with the farm work? And how long can they keep a "secret school" a secret in the valley where gossip spreads like wildfire? Definitely a page-turner, as well as an inspiring story where a girl who refuses to let go of her dreams doesn't mind a lot of challenging work to get there. - Jess

  • Item #: 023828
    ISBN: 9780967381183
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    Looking to enhance your high school biology curriculum with a specialized study of cell biology, genetics and biotechnology? This well-organized, religiously neutral workbook may be the exact resource you are looking for! Included are short answer questions and activities in cell biology and genetics, case studies covering forensic and genetic science, a gene search web activity and a smattering of advanced topics appropriate for AP and Honors Biology courses. It is assumed that the student has or is taking a comprehensive biology course prior to integrating the complex activities found in this workbook. Answers are found in the back of the book along with recommended websites for additional research. PB. 62 pgs. Non-reproducible. ~Deanne

  • Item #: 006237
    ISBN: 9781893103559
    Retail: $21.95
    Rainbow Price: $17.95

    From 500 A.D. to 1530 A.D., this literature approach to history takes students through the medieval period via some of the best classic and historic literature available. Students read works by classic authors such as Shakespeare, Chaucer, and Sir Walter Scott. They learn about heroic figures of the time like Wycliffe, Tyndale, Joan of Arc, Luther, Saladin and more. This one-year course has been revised and the publishers have broken the study into two guides; one for intermediate/junior high grades, and one for high school. The guides are now full-color. The Intermediate/Junior High guide features 35 weekly lessons with reading assignments, mapping activities, research and discussion topics, hands-on and craft suggestions, vocabulary lists and more.

    Resources for each guide are listed below; if a resource is used in both levels, it is marked with an (*).'

  • Item #: 035996
    ISBN: 9781623410391
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    College-bound high school students are expected to write essays. Of the many, there are two essays that are "once-in-a-lifetime" experiences – the SAT essay and the college entrance essay. These are very specific types of writing tasks and are quite different. One is a timed response to a prompt. It must be completed quickly, coherently, and legibly. On the other hand, you can take as much time as you want writing the other. It must be as close to perfect as possible. You can prepare for these writing experiences. Andrew Pudewa, in his own inimitable style, shows you how in this entertaining, six-hour seminar. This video seminar is contained within a four DVD set – two discs each covering the SAT essay and the college entrance essay. There is a bonus CD-ROM disc providing all the necessary handouts in PDF format to be printed prior to watching. These PDF handouts are also available in printed format in the Student Workbook. Also included on the bonus disc is an audio essay preparation seminar by Julie Walker in MP3 format.

    Discussion of the SAT essay includes an examination of the six-point scoring rubric - critical thinking skills, reasoning examples, language and vocabulary, sentence structure, organization and focus, and grammar, usage and mechanics - as well as analysis of scored essays and specific preparation strategies.

    Starting with an overview of what colleges are looking for in essays, the discussion of the college entrance essay progresses to an analysis of samples as well as specific writing strategies including the TRIAC model.

    As expected, the most important preparation activity for these two types of essays is to write - a lot. You can, nevertheless, make the best use of your preparation writing activities by utilizing the strategies presented in this seminar. ~ Janice

  • Item #: 003655
    ISBN: 9780076043644
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  • Item #: 003657
    ISBN: 9780076043651
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  • Item #: 003691
    ISBN: 9780076043668
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  • Item #: 003705
    ISBN: 9780076043682
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  • Item #: 003723
    ISBN: 9780076043699
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  • Item #: 003739
    ISBN: 9780076043705
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  • Item #: 003741
    ISBN: 9780076043712
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  • Item #: 003751
    ISBN: 9780075840947
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  • Item #: 003762
    ISBN: 9780075840954
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  • Item #: 003772
    ISBN: 9780075840961
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