Last year of homeschool

by Joanne
(Far North Qld)

Year 12 for 16yo DS

Bible and Christian Living: Reading through the NT and using a selection of ACE paces.

Math: mathsonline as a resource, Qld Maths A textbook and Secondary math mentals book 3 from RIC.

English: Following national curriculum for English Communication, Grammar minutes G from RIC, Vocab from Classic Roots, More Reading Comprhension by J Ervine book 4.

Literature: personally compiled reading list

Citizenship: units on democracy, Australian politics, international politics and current affairs reports.

Music: AMEB grade 5 piano and clarinet. TCL grade 4 theory. Violin in string ensemble

General Learning: ABC Splash, schoolhouse teachers.com, units on note taking and outlining skills.

Cert 2 in rural operations, focus on small engine mechanics

Cert 2 in engineering, focus on metal fabrication

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Jan 30, 2015
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16 Year Old DS - Year 12
by: Marianne

Thank you Joanne for your addition.
Last year of homeschooling! How do you feel?
I have sent you the discount code for 50% off any Ebook.
Thanks again! Marianne

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