Category: High School Language Arts

The power of the written word – Reading and Writing for a strong High School Language Arts credit!

Character Study of Corrie ten Boom. Your teens should read The Hiding Place and learn how God worked character development in Corrie ten Boom's life.

Character Studies: Corrie ten Boom

Homeschooling means exposing our children to the kind of information, people and experiences that will equip them to become fully-devoted followers of Jesus Christ. Character studies are a great tool for bringing many of these goals together in our homeschools.
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What Makes a Good Movie Adaptation of a Classic Book? 7SistersHomeschool.com

What Makes a Good Movie Adaptation of a Classic Book?

One of my favorite directors who has taken classic literature and brought it onto the silver screen is Kenneth Branagh and his productions of several of Shakespeare’s plays. Branagh dares to set the stories in entirely the wrong time period, in the wrong country, even, and yet I love his productions. Why? Because he seems to understand the SPIRIT of the play, and he successfully translates that SPIRIT into the setting he chooses for his production.
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How To Homeschool High School English. English or Language Arts is an intense credit for homeschool high schoolers. Here are some tips for success from your 7Sisters.

How To Homeschool High School English

Literature Study Guides from 7 Sisters’ Ebookstore offer a low-cost introduction to our affordable and adaptable curriculum. Choose from many classic works of literature at only $3.99 each; these study guides provide a solid framework for your English curriculum.

Today’s post shares each sister’s favorite resources for homeschooling high school English. (If you’d like to learn more about each sister individually, just click on her name.) In general terms, a high school English class should include literature, writing and vocabulary.
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