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Articles in category: Rhetoric Stage (ages 14 to 18)

More Than One Path to College

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by Scott
Monday, 04 December, 2017
categories: Homeschooling Life, Rhetoric Stage (ages 14 to 18)
Though attending college is just one of several post-high school options, it is certainly the most well-known. Pursing a college degree captures our attention because it involves a set of compelling possibilities mixed with demanding standards, requirements, and costs...
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Help! I’m Starting Challenge I Without Foundations!

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by Lisa
Thursday, 30 November, 2017
categories: Classical Christian Education, Rhetoric Stage (ages 14 to 18)
This milestone has loomed since the genesis of your journey; you’ve always known “high school” was coming. Maybe, like me, you stayed so busy enjoying the early years that you pondered high school only sporadically. Maybe you weren’t sure you would still be on the...
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The Penelope

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Characters: Socrates, a famous philosopher Penelope, a home school mom Penelope: Socrates, I am pleased to meet you. I hear you know stuff. Can you tell me how someone becomes a Lead Learner? Socrates: Nice to meet you, Penelope. I don’t know much at all, so I am...
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What Can Potlucks Teach Us About Choosing Curriculum?

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When my daughter was young, church potlucks marked the high point of her month. She eagerly anticipated these gatherings for the sheer number of choices, the novelty of getting to try dishes that didn’t normally appear on our table at home, and most of all, the allure...
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Why Teach Algebra? Part Two

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In part one of this article we examined what we are really teaching when we teach mathematics and why it is important. In part two we will explore why practical math alone is not enough.  Tricks Without Understanding Many of the people who argue against teaching...
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