• What are Extracurriculars for the Homeschool Transcript?

    By Vicki Tillman on 26 August 2015 / By Age Group, Curricula, Digital Homeschooling, Encouragement, Helping Each Other, Homeschool High School, Homeschool Information, Homeschool Transcripts / 0 Comment

    Just what ARE Extracurriculars for the homeschool transcript? What is the difference between Electives and Extracurriculars?

    What are Extracurriculars for the Homeschool Transcript? 7 Sisters Homeschool

    Extracurriculars for the Homeschool Transcript

    Your high schoolers need Extracurriculars for the homeschool transcript! Extracurriculars are the activities that show that your teens are active and involved in their community.

    Extracurriculars are activities that:

    • Are not part of the core credit curriculum
    • Require commitment (not a one-time event)
    • Show service-mindedness
    • Show ability to work as part of a group or team (important "soft skill")
    • Show community-mindedness
    • Show willingness to invest in a cause or interest
    • Sometimes highlight leadership ability

    Extracurriculars should be listed in a special section of the homeschool transcript. Our local homeschool high schoolers will list their Extracurriculars and the school year(s) they participated.

    College admissions officers can take a quick look at the richness of your high schoolers' experiences and KNOW that they will be an asset to the college community. Don't inflate what your teen did- just the facts!

    What is the difference between an Elective and an Extracurricular? Sometimes it can be a bit fuzzy (and your umbrella school may have some rules about them). Here are some tips:Early Childhood Education- Life Prep and Career Exploration

    Electives are courses that can clearly count for credit, either in a core academic area (above what was needed for graduation) or an area of interest (like Early Childhood Education).

    Extracurriculars usually don't fit in any academic box. For instance: VBS Volunteer, Church Youth Group, Nursing Home Visitation Team, and activities like this don't fit into academics but DO show the richness of your teens' experiences.

    HOWEVER, some Extracurriculars CAN also be Electives: Choirs, Soccer Teams, and Drama Camps can fit both places. Our local umbrella school allows homeschoolers to log hours for and earn Carnegie credit and also include these activities in the Extracurricular section of the transcript. These things are at the discretion of the homeschool family or umbrella school.

    My homeschool high schoolers' Extracurriculars for the homeschool transcript have included:

    • Choirs
    • Church youth group
    • Sports teams
    • Drama camps

      From the Cinematography Club. 7 Sister Homeschool

      From the Cinematography Club

    • Leadership teams
    • Speech and debate teams
    • Church sound board volunteer
    • Church nursery volunteer
    • Church set-up committee volunteer
    • Church worship team members
    • Homeschool service clubs
    • Cinematography club
    • Inner-city ministry volunteers
    • Fife and Drum Corps
    • And lots of other things

    Enrich your teens transcript with some terrific Extracurriculars!

    Extracurriculars for the Homeschool Transcript


  • What are Electives for Homeschool High School?

    By Vicki Tillman on 25 August 2015 / By Age Group, Curricula, Digital Homeschooling, Electives High School, Helping Each Other, Homeschool High School, Homeschool Information, Homeschool Transcripts / 0 Comment

    Feeling confused about Electives? Here are some tips for understanding Electives for homeschool high school!

     What are Electives for Homeschool High School? Advice from 7 Sisters Homeschool

    Electives for Homeschool High School

    What are electives for homeschool high school?

    The bad news is that there is not one simple definition of electives for high school transcripts. The good news is that you have a lot of leverage in what to count as Electives.

    Here are some suggestions:

    1. In-depth learning in core subjects. For instance: Some of our local homeschoolers have enjoyed History so much that they wanted extra, in-depth studies. Here are 2 ways our homeschool high schoolers have earned Elective History credits (click here and here).
    2. Any course beyond basic Core Course requirements for graduation: My daughter took enough Photography and Graphic Design courses at the community college during Junior and Senior years that she earned a certificate in Digital Photography. This added enough power to her transcript that it earned her extra scholarship money (and she graduated with a double major a semester early).
    3. Any course you design that is not required for graduation: One of my sons wanted to study Cinematography in high school. We couldn't find a curriculum at the time, so we devised our own experiences with our local homeschool teens. They logged hours, Carnegie unit style, and earned Cinematography credit for the transcript.
    4. Any activity that requires learning, rigorous work, and drive: Several of my homeschool high schoolers sang in a competition Madrigals choir with other homeschoolers. They logged hours and earned Fine Arts Elective credit. A number of our local teens have been members of homeschool Sports teams. They log their hours and earn credits in Soccer, Swim, Volleyball, etc.

    Over the years, the moms at 7 Sisters Homeschool have developed curriculum resources for homeschool Electives. These texts have enriched many homeschool transcripts and provided great life preparation for teens. (Sometimes these courses are used as Core Classes instead of Electives- this is based on the teen's specific transcript needs.) Here are some of our Elective curriculum resources:Financial Literacy from a Christian Perspective

    Our local homeschool high schoolers differentiate Electives for homeschool high school from Extracurriculars. We'll share about Extracurriculars tomorrow.

    Electives for Homeschool High School


  • How to Choose the Best Electives for High School Homeschool

    By Vicki Tillman on 24 August 2015 / By Age Group, Curricula, Digital Homeschooling, Encouragement, Helping Each Other, Homeschool High School, Homeschool Information / 0 Comment

    Core subjects are important for the transcript, but just as important are ELECTIVES: How do you choose the best electives for high school homeschool?

     How to Choose the Best Electives for High School Homeschool from 7 Sisters HomeschoolChoose the Best Electives for High School Homeschool

    Core courses (Language Arts, Maths, Sciences, Social Studies, World Languages) are necessary for colIntroduction to Psychology from a Christian Perspectivelege admission. However, it is ELECTIVES that tell a discerning college admission officer who your homeschool high schooler truly is. Electives give a transcript SPARKLE and a competitive edge.

    How do you choose the best electives for high school homeschool?

    • Allow your homeschool high schoolers to have input- Ask your teen: What would you like to learn about? Where would you like to invest your academic energy? Choose some electives based on his/her input.World History High School Curriculum
    • Find out what local colleges want to see on the transcript- Are they looking for extra Social Sciences like Psychology? Are they looking for evidence of thinking ability in a Philosophy course? Do they want more creativity in music, art, or drama? (You can find this on their website or even better, in an interview with admissions officers on open house days.) Include one of these courses each year, if possible.
    • Develop your teens' gifts, talents, and interests- These courses might turn into a college major or a networking or mentoring opportunity. Besides, teens need to learn to be good stewards of their God-given gifts. Career Exploration is a good way to do that.Career Exploration Comprehensive Curriculum
    • Explore topics new topics and new civilizations (expand your teens' experiences)- These courses might help your teen discover his/her college major. Do NEW things! For instance, many teens haven't written poetry or short stories. Think about a semester of each for a separate Creative Writing credit. OR expand geography to include missionary studies.
    • Show variety- Choose some out of the box courses just for richness. Early Childhood Education is good for this, as are specialty studies like Art History, Equine Science, extra team sports beyond graduation requirements. Early Childhood Education- Life Prep and Career Exploration
    • Show depth- For teens going into the Sciences, take extra courses. A musically gifted teen should take electives in choir, voice, an instrument, and music theory. My son whose major is music showed choirs, voice, guitar, piano, theory, history of church music, praise band, and recording skills credits over his 4 years of high school.
    • Have some fun! Don't be afraid of high school. Do be intentional about electives. Myth-Fantasy Short Story Writing Guide from 7 Sisters Homeschool

    For years, 7 Sisters Homeschool moms have been building great transcripts with their teens and helping other homeschool high schoolers graduate and get into college. Our curriculum resources were developed to help create amazing transcripts!

    Download some terrific elective curriculum resources today!

    Choose the Best Electives for High School Homeschool


  • Homeschool High School- You Can Do It!

    By Vicki Tillman on 23 August 2015 / By Age Group, Curricula, Digital Homeschooling, Encouragement, Helping Each Other, Homeschool High School, Homeschool Information, Homeschool Transcripts / 0 Comment

    In case you are worried about it, I have good news: Homeschool high school: YOU can do it!!

    Homeschool High School- You Can Do It! on Kindle from 7 Sisters Homeschool

    Homeschool High School- You Can Do It!

    A new school year is starting. In my many years of serving as academic advisor for local homeschool high schoolers, I often ran across parents who were terrified about the teen years. I told them: Homeschool high school- you CAN do it!

    Here are 3 reasons why I believe you can do homeschool high school in your home:

    1. If God called you to it, He'll give you strength to do it. (Make sure you keep LOTS of prayer going, click here for our FREE prayer journal.)  Prayer Journal 1 from 7 Sisters Homeschool
    2. There are so many GREAT supporters and encouragers to help you. Check out my Homeschool High School Pinterest Board and 7 Sisters Homeschool's High School Pinterest Board (and tool around on our other boards for more homeschool high school topics). We have lots of links to lots of great homeschool blogs and resources.
    3. You have many curriculum resource choices. Especially 7 Sisters Homeschool High School Electives, Financial Literacy, Psychology, Human Development, History and Philosophy of the Western WorldCareer Exploration, Literature Study Guides, Speech, and Writing Guides. (All our curriculum resources are written by experienced homeschool moms and used by experienced homeschool high schoolers- texts with NO busywork, ability to increase levels for the transcript, and inspiration for your teen!)

    Encourage yourself! Start out with a $2.99 overview of high school. 7 Sisters Homeschool's Homeschool High School- You Can Do It! is our popular Kindle book that can give you how-tos now!

    In Homeschool High School- You Can Do It! You will find:   7 Sisters Homeschool High School Curriculum Resources Are Truly Helpful!

    • planning for high school and setting goals
    • creating transcripts and earning credits in subject areas
    • understanding learning styles and overcoming challenges
    • mastering science, math, and foreign language
    • experiencing fine arts and career exploration
    • wisely choosing electives

    Download your Kindle book now: Homeschool High School- You Can Do It!

    Homeschool High School- You Can Do It!


  • Afraid Your Homeschooler Won't Get into College? Here Are 7 Helpful Tips!

    By Vicki Tillman on 21 August 2015 / By Age Group, Curricula, Digital Homeschooling, Encouragement, Helping Each Other, Homeschool High School, Homeschool Information / 0 Comment

    Afraid your homeschooler won't get into college? In my many years as academic advisor for our local homeschool high schoolers, I've often helped nervous homeschool moms deal with this fear.

    Afraid your homeschooler won't get into college? 7 tips from 7 Sisters Homeschool

    Afraid Your Homeschooler Won't Get into College?

    Afraid your homeschooler won't get into college? Please don't be. In my years as a homeschool academic advisor, I found that every single teen who wanted to go to college, went to college. Here are 7 tips that we've learned along the way.

    • God has a plan for your homeschool high schoolers. It is better to follow his plan, allowing him to guide the way. Write Proverbs 16:9 over your homeschool sofa (or classroom... or kitchen table): A mom's mind plans her high schoolers' way but the Lord directs their paths. (Vicki Version)

      Here are some Tillman siblings and a spouse. All past homeschoolers and in college or graduated from college or in military.

      Here are some Tillman siblings and a spouse. All past homeschoolers and in college or graduated from college or in military.

     

    • Your homeschool high schoolers do NOT need to get into the "BEST" colleges in order to be a success in life. I've coached hundreds of local homeschool high schoolers over the years. Only a handful have willfully gone to an Ivy League school. The rest have attended Christian colleges, state colleges, community colleges, business schools, or received specialized training in the military or trades. And guess what? Those that have already graduated are employed in useful careers (doctors, lawyers, college professors, teachers, accountants, entrepreneurs, counselors, military and if chosen- various trades).

     

     

    • Follow sound guidelines for solid transcript sculpting. AND if your homeschool high schooler is feeling called to a top-tier college, in 9th grade find out what THAT college is looking for. If the college considers high SAT scores the entry point for acceptance- work HARD on that. If it is transcripts with SPARKLE, work hard on that. If it is both (probably will be), you've got your job cut out for you, so make sure you and your teen keep healthy life balance.History and Philosophy of the Western World by 7 Sisters Homeschool

     

    • Follow sound guidelines for solid transcript sculpting. AND look at several local colleges and Christian colleges' admission requirements.Attend a couple of open houses. Find out what they are looking for in incoming freshmen. Then work those things into your homeschool high school education.

     

     

    • Follow sound guidelines for solid transcript sculpting. AND trust God. Remember, God did not give you a spirit of fear, but of power to educate your homeschool high schoolers in HIS way, love from HIM for you and your family, and a sound mind. (2 Timothy 1:7, Vicki Version).

    Afraid your homeschooler won't get into college? You don't need to be, but you do need to trust God and His ways- and work the system. Your homeschool high schoolers are going to be just fine!

    Afraid Your Homeschooler Won't Get into College?


  • 3 Ways World Literature Builds a Powerful Transcript

    By Vicki Tillman on 19 August 2015 / By Subject, Curricula, Digital Homeschooling, High School Language Arts, Homeschool High School, Homeschool Information, Homeschool Transcripts / 0 Comment

    Enrich your homeschool high schoolers' lives and help their college prep: Here are 3 Ways World Literature Builds a Powerful Transcript.

    World Literature Builds a Powerful Transcript

    3 Ways World Literature Builds a Powerful Transcript from 7 Sisters Homeschool

    My youngest son had the opportunity to be part of Sabrina Justison's popular World Literature homeschool group class several years ago. He is a good student but reading is not his favorite subject, so I wondered what he would think of an entire year of literature from other lands.

    I was pleasantly surprised when he made it through the entire year without once complaining about the reading selection! He found it refreshing to read books from other cultural perspectives. What a blessing!

    We found out that there are benefits to the student AND benefits to the transcript by taking a World Literature course in homeschool high school.

    Here are 3 ways World Literature builds a powerful transcript:

    1) Specific-topic courses look GREAT on a transcript. Rather than simply showing "Language Arts" on the transcript, "World Literature" adds SPARKLE. (And we all know that SPARKLE looks good to many colleges.)

    2) World Literature on the transcript shows cultural awareness. American literature is wonderful, but it is written from an American perspective. People from other cultures and backgrounds have very different lifestyles and worldviews. It is good for our homeschool high schoolers to get to know other kinds of people. It is good for the transcript to show that our teens have done that.

    3) World Literature is hip! World Literature is a hot-topic course. We Americans are learning to be proud of our country but global citizens as well. World Literature on the transcript is one way to show your homeschool high schooler is a global citizen. (Of course, we Christians should be global citizens as we "go into all the world and preach the gospel".)

    History and Philosophy of the Western World by 7 Sisters HomeschoolBy the way, one great way to have a more comprehensive academic year is for your homeschool high schooler to study World Literature for Language Arts AND for Social Studies choose History and Philosophy of the Western World. 

    World Literature Builds a Powerful Transcript

     

     

     

     

     

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  • 3 Terrific Transcript Reasons for Learning World History WITH Philosophy

    By Vicki Tillman on 18 August 2015 / By Age Group, By Subject, Curricula, Digital Homeschooling, Homeschool High School, Homeschool Information, Homeschool Transcripts, Social Studies & More / 2 Comments

    Don't waste that World History credit on the homeschool transcript! Give it punch by learning World History WITH Philosophy. Here are 3 terrific transcript reasons why!

    3 Terrific Transcript Reason to Learn World History WITH Philosophy from 7 Sisters Homeschool

    World History WITH Philosophy

    When my oldest homeschoolers were entering high school, I had a goal of making their history credits meaningful. I wanted their World History to be a chance to:

    • Learn to be *Thinkers*
    • Because Thinkers can vote wisely
    • And Thinkers can be Godly leaders
    • And Thinkers can create a better culture around them

    I taught them a World History integrated with Philosophy course of my own creation. Imperfect, but fun and pretty effective.

    Then I got excited: My oldest son got his PhD in Philosophy! Dr. Micah Tillman took the rough text and truly made the philosophy parts fun, accessible, and pertinent to the historical contexts by integrating World History with Philosophy. World History High School Curriculum


    7 Sisters History and Philosophy of the Western World
     is an important choice for a terrific transcript for YOUR homeschool high schoolers. Here are 3 reasons why:

    • Terrific Transcript. When you approach a core subject (like History) from an out-of-the-ordinary perspective, it gives the transcript SPARKLE. (This is something I've learned from college admissions officers over the years as I served as academic advisor for local homeschool high schoolers.)

     

    • Culture-Changer Thinking Skills. History and Philosophy of the Western World is a user-friendly, understandable text that teaches the influential philosophers through Western History (from a Christian worldview). The questions throughout the text give opportunities to learn some powerful thinking skills. Good thinking skills help sculpt future Culture Changers.

    Dr. Micah Tillman

    • FUN! Dr. Tillman's light-hearted writing style makes the course fun. AND, once high schoolers get started, they discover that THINKING is FUN!!!

    Homeschool high schoolers enjoy 7 Sisters History and Philosophy of the Western World by Dr. Tillman and his mom. Download your copy today for a fun and USEFUL credit of World History WITH Philosophy!

    World History WITH Philosophy

     

     

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  • 3 Reasons Your Teens Will "Like Psych" on Their Transcripts

    By Vicki Tillman on 17 August 2015 / By Age Group, By Subject, Digital Homeschooling, Electives High School, Homeschool High School, Homeschool Transcripts, Science, Psych, & Health / 0 Comment

    Well, really, there are LOTS of reasons, but for brevity: here are just 3 reasons your teens will "like Psych" on their transcripts!

    Your Teens Will "Like Psych" on Their Transcripts from 7 Sisters Homeschool

    Your Teens Will "Like Psych" on Their Transcripts

    1) Psychology "sparkles-up" the transcript. 

    Transcripts that have courses beyond the simple basic core, show a homeschool high schooler with breadth of education and interests- someone that can add to the student body of a college campus.

    In my experiences as an academic advisor for homeschool high schoolers, I've learned from college admissions advisors they are looking with some teens with sparkle.

    2) Psychology is FUN!!!   High School Psychology Course

    Well, not ALL psychology courses are fun. 7 Sisters Homeschool Introduction to Psychology from a Christian Perspective is fun!

    I wrote Intro Psych with the idea that I wanted my teens to "like Psych". My paying job is mental health counseling so I wanted my kids to enjoy the topic I love so much. Our our local homeschool teens have enjoyed the text for years in group classes and co-ops. THAT'S what I was after!

    Unfortunately, many high school Intro Psych courses are written at an AP level. The texts are long, over-taught, and dry. (Sorry.) These serve as a weed-out course, rather than an inspiration course that helps call homeschool high schoolers into this important helping profession.

    7 Sisters Homeschool Introduction to Psychology from a Christian Perspective is written at average high school level, with additional activities for those who desire to level-up to college prep, advanced, or honors. Each of the activities are meaningful and inspirational and build genuinely useful experiences while creating a powerful transcript.

    3) Psychology is useful!

    Your teens will "like Psych" on their transcripts because it looks good- but is also USEFUL in their lives. 7 Sisters Introduction to Psychology has a chapter on how to help a friend and LOTS of great information on understanding themselves and others.

    Download a copy of Introduction to Psychology from a Christian Perspective and find out ways your teens will "like Psych" on their transcripts!

    Your Teens Will "Like Psych" on Their Transcripts


  • Essay Writing for Reluctant High School Writers

    By Marilyn Groop on 13 August 2015 / By Age Group, By Subject, High School Language Arts, Homeschool High School, Homeschool Information / 0 Comment

    Got a teen who has favorite subjects that AREN'T Language Arts? Try essay writing for those reluctant high school writers!

    Essay Writing for Reluctant High School Writers from 7 Sisters Homeschool

    Essay Writing for Reluctant High School Writers

    For reluctant writers, an essay is a good place to start because:

    • Typically, essays are about five paragraphs and are less intimidating than longer writing.
    • They follow a formula, which means that it is easier to get started on covering that terrifyingly blank piece of paper.
    • Even for students who have not had extensive writing experience, it is possible to conquer something that could potentially only require 15 sentences!

    How do you start essay writing for reluctant high school writers?

    Starting with essays on a topic your high schooler likes to argue about helps the student overcome fear. After all, an essay is really a written argument - and we all know that teenagers excel in that area!

    (Of course, arguing using logical thoughts is a little more difficult, but it is important to learn. Writing essays help develop that skill!)Intermediate Essay Writing Guide by 7 Sisters Homeschool

    Using a step-by-step process spelled out in a study guide helps. 7 Sisters Study Guides help even reluctant high school writers capture ideas, get them organized, and articulated on paper.

    Even using the familiar format and taking the process a step at a time, some students have a hard time defending a thesis. One of my children struggled in this area, especially literature analysis (often reluctant writers are also reluctant readers).

    The turning point for him was a class that analyzed movies. He understood that he had to support his thesis with specific examples from the movie that he had watched. Since movies engage multiple senses, this was easier for him. He was able to relate specific examples in the movie to his thesis - an important accomplishment!

    high school essay writing curriculumAs you work with your student, never forget the power of encouragement. At one time I had a student in one of my homeschool group classes. On one of his essays I wrote, “You have the potential to be a good writer.” Later, he told me that it was a turning point for him - he decided to become a communications major in college. Of course, not all students will have such a life-changing experience, but all benefit from knowing that their hard work is being rewarded.

    Encourage and empower your reluctant high school writer with 7 Sisters Introductory, Intermediate, or Advanced High School Essay Writing.

    Essay Writing for Reluctant High School Writers


  • It's Here!! Speech I: Public Speaking and Practical Life Skills

    By Vicki Tillman on 12 August 2015 / By Age Group, By Subject, Electives High School, High School Language Arts, Homeschool High School, Homeschool Information / 0 Comment

    It is here! Speech I: Public Speaking and Practical Life Skills!

    Public Speaking and Practical Life Skills from 7 Sisters Homeschool

    Speech I: Public Speaking and Practical Life Skills

    Everyone is going to have to do public speaking someday. Your homeschool high schoolers cannot escape. They'll go to college and give presentations in class, they'll teach Sunday school, they'll give announcements at meetings... SOMETHING will happen!

    But what if your teens aren't afraid of public speaking? What if they have learned skills and confidence in speaking in front of others? What if they had FUN while learning SPEECH??

    Don't miss out! Speech I: Public Speaking and Practical Life Skills from 7 Sisters Homeschool14 years ago, we started working with our homeschool high schoolers to give them public speaking skills. We started a speech and debate team that is still ongoing in our local support group. My kids have told me that it was the most important class they took in high school.

    They've used their skills in college presentations and in spontaneous things that have come up (like a professor asking my daughter to come with her to speak to the Board about the benefits of keeping the photography program).

    They've also used their skills in high school by participating in local ACSI Regional Speech Meets, American Legion Speech Events (for scholarships), Shakespeare monologue contests with the English Speaking Union, and more! (These are all POWERFUL transcript builders.)

    Now, by request, we are releasing our curriculum! Speech I: Public Speaking and Practical Life Skills. $9.99 in our ebookstore gets you a full YEAR of Speech curriculum and lots of material for making happy memories!

    This 30-week curriculum has 15 lessons. Each lesson has a section for research, for warming up, for practicing independently and with a partner, instructions for presenting, evaluation forms (for students and parents) and a fun "take-away" idea. The friendly style of instruction includes paragraphs aimed at the students themselves and lesson-by-lesson information for the parents to make facilitating the group easy.

    Some topics are an all-in-one-session format; some spread over two weeks, and some topics with  more complex content come in this format:

    • First week: Have fun experiences with the topic being presented, a teaching from the textbook, individual or group practice
    • Second week: Practice what you learned, develop material or memorize as needed
    • Third week: Present and the next lesson
    • (The format, of course, is adaptable to group needs- can be easily spread out over more weeks or contracted into fewer.)

    We've learned over time that we can't just throw homeschool high schoolers into composing and presenting speeches. They will NEVER learn to love public speaking that way!

    Part of the homeschool team at ACSI Speech Meet

    Part of the homeschool team at ACSI Speech Meet

    Instead, we ease them into public speaking with non-threatening, familiar, low-preparation-energy experiences and build up to speech writing. We also throw in practical, use-it-in-life material like interview skills and Bible lesson presentations.

    The format includes fun and laughter (which makes any kind of learning better.)

    Here are the lesson topics in Speech I: Public Speaking and Practical Life Skills.

    • Lesson 1: Presenting Kid Lit (Interpretation of Children’s Literature)
    • Lesson 2: Presenting a Bible Reading
    • Lesson 3: Presenting Spoken-Word Poetry
    • Lesson 4: Presenting a Humorous Monolgue
    • Lesson 5: Organizing & Writing a “Visual Aid How-to” Speech (Expository Speech)
    • Lesson 6: Gathering Materials & Practicing a “Visual Aid How-to” Speech (Expository Speech)
    • Lesson 7: Presenting a “Visual Aid How-To” Speech (Expository Speech)
    • Lesson 8: Organizing & Researching a Biographical Report (Expository Speech)
    • Lesson 9: Writing & Practicing a Biographical Report (Expository Speech)
    • Lesson 10: Presenting a Biographical Report (Expository Speech)
    • Lesson 11: Creating & Presenting an Elevator Pitch
    • Lesson 12: Creating & Presenting a Sales Pitch
    • Lesson 13: Presenting an Infomercial (Group Project)Gain confidence in public speaking with 7 Sisters Homeschool's Speech I
    • Lesson 14: Practicing Beginning Interview Skills
    • Lesson 15: Presenting a Children’s Bible Lesson

    We are planning to release Speech II, III, IV so that homeschool high schoolers can hone their skills each year!

    Download your copy today for $9.99!

    Speech I: Public Speaking and Practical Life Skills


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