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    I noticed there were no lesson plans to reference, so my question is pointed toward offline assignments. Are there any? ARe there supplemental worksheets as there are with elementary? (We ahve only used T4L for elementary) What about composition?

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    Hi! The high school courses include a lot of composition. Essays are assigned in English courses, of course, but also in Science and social studies. There are printables, too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hearthstone_academy View Post
    Hi! The high school courses include a lot of composition. Essays are assigned in English courses, of course, but also in Science and social studies. There are printables, too.
    How are those essays and other compositions graded? By the parent, or are they turned in somehow?

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    The parent is responsible for grading them, but will be provided with a grading tool for each writing assignment that explains what to look for.

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    If you already have a Time4Learning account, you may be able to access more detailed high school plans in the Parent admin.


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    We've been using beestar as supplementaries. It has high school worksheets, including SAT Reading/Writing, SAT Math, SAT Vocabulary and Advanced SAT Math. The worksheets are printable.
    Lisa

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    Vocabulary Can Be Fun also has free SAT help and it is actually a fun site.
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