Homeschooling Teen

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Homeschooling Teen – July 2014

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C.J. Darlington: Homeschool Graduate and Award-Winning Christian Novelist

“If it weren’t for homeschooling, I wouldn’t be where I am today,” says C.J.

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Seattle Pacific University

A Christian university of the liberal arts, sciences, and professions that is “engaging the culture, changing the world.”

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Is My Teen Even Learning Anything?

People who learn in a variety of ways can readily absorb information.

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Who Should Opt for a Management Course?

Finishing a course from a renowned management institute can be greatly rewarding not just from the knowledge point of view but also from long term success in the job world.

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The Best Paid Careers on the Planet

A look at the average career salaries across the globe, the types of occupations that pay the most on average, and a peek at their pay disparities.

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6 Tips Single Parents Can Use for Homeschooling

One of the most difficult jobs I can think of is a single parent homeschooling her child. Just be positive and follow the above tips.

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Christian Hospitality

Hospitality is one of the fundamental cornerstones of Christian faith.

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The Ultimate Sacrifice

In memorium: a personal narrative that takes a look back at Sunday, July 7, 2013.

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In Your Name I Pray

A poem by Katie.

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Summertime

A poem by Serenity.

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I Am a Thinker

A poem by Hannah Barber.

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New vs. Old

Should we live with old technology or new technology?

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Review: The Fault in Our Stars

One of the best young adult novels of our time, the book was around 50% cancer and 50% love story. The movie was about 70% love story and 30% cancer.

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Book Review: Go Teen Writers

How to Turn Your First Draft into a Published Book.

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Book Review: It’s Complicated

Four college roommates maneuver crushes, confusion, and crisis. Complicated as it is, they will pull through, guided by the strength of their friendship and the power of God’s love.

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Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare

A brand new release in the PvZ franchise. However, it’s much different from the original.

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Ghost Hound

A lot of the stuff that’s featured in this anime sounds like something right out of Psychology 101.

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What Are the Problems in Learning English and How DIVII English Video Dictionary Helps

DIVII is the pioneering English video dictionary app that helps ESL students build vocabulary through some of the top-trending videos from the web.

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Graphene: A New Horizon for Research

For science students, who aim to pursue a career in engineering designs and inventions, “graphene” shows great promise as the world’s first two-dimensional material.

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Amazing Sights to See Around Turkey

If you are visiting Turkey for the first time, there are spots that you would not like to miss.

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Homeschooling, by Narrelle Gilchrist

Writing Contest Honorable Mention.

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Schooling Around the World

Here is an interesting infographic that takes a look at schooling around the world and the differences that can be seen country to country.

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