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In SC can I homeschool other people’s children?

In SC can I homeschool other people’s children is a popular question I often get.

Matter of fact just the other day I received a call from someone inquiring about this and starting a learning center of sorts for homeschoolers.

This is A VERY GOOD QUESTION!!

Let’s look at what the Option 3 law has to say about this………

View this YouTube video to get clarity on homeschooling other people’s children within the state of SC.

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Angela Jordan Perry, is a wife of 25 years, homeschooling Mom of eight children, mentor, entrepreneur, direct marketer, mad’am farmer, homeschool co-op director, Toastmasters Competent Communicator recipient, racial injustice activist and follower of Yahweh. Angela and her family makes their home in Campobello, SC

Adding Composition and Literature during 7th-12th grade years (**New** YouTube video release)

Each week, if not daily I receive a variety of questions from my families as I make my daily care calls.  Thus far the frequent questions has been around Literature and composition for the 7th -12th grade years.

Frequent questions I receive regarding adding literature and composition are:

*when do I add literature and composition studies?

*how many books should be read?

*what all must be taught during composition?

*must I teach composition and literature the entire year?

*what types of literature must my student read?

*how do I grade the composition?

*what exactly is English I, English II, English III, English IV?

*when can I introduce my students to English I for high school credit?

*how do I make English I – English IV honors level course?

The YouTube video below should answer most of these questions. However, I’ve answered some of these questions down below.

 

Most often English I, II, III, IV studies can start in the 7th grade. If this is the case then students will complete the normal English credit studies in the 10th grade. What do you do then?

Great question!

For your homeschool student they can be done with their studies once they enter 11th and 12th grade or you can continue on to English V or consider dual enrollment English for them with one of our location colleges/community colleges that offer a dual enrollment program.

Other options will be not to officially began English I level high school credit courses until 9th grade. Allow the 7th and 8th grade literature and composition studies to be a basic intro into high school English I.

As the students read the literature of your choosing (or theirs) grading their work may be a challenge. My suggestion would be create a rubics that the student must follow and requirements that must be met to receive a satisfactory grade or points.

As the home educator you have the freedom to choose how to grade your children’s writing and completion of literature.

English studies are one of the easiest to weight as honors.

Simply add over and above what normal studies would be for English I – IV.

Extra reading, extra writing assignments, writing workshops, writing clubs, literature clubs etc. The rigor must be over and above what your normal English and comp class will entail THEN create a syllabus that indicates the work over and above your standard for the course.

If you are a member of my association I will ask to look over your Honors syllabus to ensure they are satisfactory for college standards and are in fact ‘Honors’ work completed.

Google is a good friend! When you are looking for writing ideas, Google it.

Looking for various literature ideas for reading Google it or check the link below for the list I have on my website  https://uchunlimited.com/high-school-enlgish/

Click the above hyperlink for my suggestions!

Use Progney Press’s literature workbooks to enhance the learning and pull out the additional learning you’d like for your children to glean from the various literature books that they read. (Progney Press has literature workbooks as early as Kindergarten)

If you have more questions or have comments please share your comments.

(Be sure to share this information with a homeschooling family member, friend or neighbor. It just may be the information that they were needing to know.)

Happy reading!

Angela

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Angela Jordan Perry, is a wife of 25 years, homeschooling Mom of eight children, mentor, entrepreneur, Young Living direct marketer, mad’am farmer, homeschool Academy director, Toastmasters Competent Communicator recipient, Racial Unity activist and one who is practicing Yeshua. Angela and her family makes their home in Campobello, SC.

Just how long should YOUR homeschool day be? (*New* YouTube Video Release)

Frequently I have parents ask me about their school day.

“How long should MY homeschool day be?”

“I think I’m schooling to much.”

“I school for five hours with my kindergartner.”

“My days drag on. It’s just not fun.”

Well, how long your homeschool day should last will depend on a few things.

I’ve narrowed the ‘school day time’ down to THREE considerations:

  1. Grade level of your student
  2. Academic level of your student
  3. YOU! How long can you mentally handle teaching?

Join me on this topic and share your comments down below.

Pass on your questions and let’s discuss this more.

Find this video and others on my FB page at United Christian Homeschoolers Unlimited AND

on YouTube at Angela Jordan Perry-UCHU.

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Serving You and Yours,

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Angela Jordan Perry, is a wife of 25 years, homeschooling Mom of eight children, mentor, entrepreneur, Young Living direct marketer, mad’am farmer, homeschool Academy director, Toastmasters Competent Communicator recipient, Racial Unity activist and one who is practicing Yeshua. Angela and her family makes their home in Campobello, SC.

 

Racist Homeschooling (Part 4): What real **Anti** racism looks like. (YouTube video)

As I embarked on the subject matter of Racist Homeschooling I NEVER imagined the reactions that would come from it.

Some cheered me on. Positive comments from those all over the world.

Yet others….not so much. The words of anger, meanness and right down superiority have radiated throughout. 😦

I knew some reaction would come but just wasn’t sure what it would be.

In honesty, I try to be sensitive to what I feel my Lord would have me speak on and in the way in which I do so.

My greatest prayer is that in my honesty, sharing the truth as I live it and reality that is in our homeschool society, I’ve honored the will of the Lord in this.

Lord and racism. How can these oxymorons be in the same sentence? Great question.

That just let’s you know how ugly one word is (racism) and how the other so beautiful (Lord).

However, this is the ugly we live in day in and day out even within homeschooling!

However…again, it will not be dealt with if never ever spoken about.

The video is not to make fun of the subject. But it’s to show the weirdness that often comes with not realizing that we all are HUMANS who homeschool!

There shouldn’t be anything uniquely different about this communication and connecting among different races.

But in my homeschooling world and many other’s homeschooling world….. the connecting is something left to be desired.

#KeepTrying

Enjoy Part 4 of this five part series.

(Share on your social media page. Share with a friend, family or foe that is homeschooling. Let’s get rid of the homeschooling racism. Oh…that’s the next video)

Serving You and Yours,

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Angela Jordan Perry, is a wife of 24 years, homeschooling Mom of eight children, mentor, entrepreneur, Young Living direct marketer, mad’am farmer, homeschool Academy director, President of Women’s Empowerment Toastmaster-Greenville and follower of Jesus Christ. Angela and her family makes their home in Campobello, SC.

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Yeah….You!!

10 minutes or less could change your homeschool knowledge base like never before.

Just sayin’.

Viewing a short 10 minute video or less where I chat with you on various topics in the life of homeschooling is all it takes.

For South Carolina Homeschoolers and homeschool Girlfreinds all over the world…….

Let’s get connected.

Subscribe to my YouTube channels at:

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We discuss all things related to homeschooling under my UCHU Option 3 association and the Option 3 laws within South Carolina

or

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On this channel girlfriends from all over the world have been gathering to chat all things concerning homeschooling. And I mean all things!! No holds barr.

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Angela Jordan Perry, is a wife of 24 years, homeschooling Mom of eight children, mentor, entrepreneur, Young Living direct marketer, mad’am farmer, homeschool Academy director, President of Women’s Empowerment Toastmaster-Greenville and follower of Jesus Christ. Angela and her family makes their home in Campobello, SC.

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