Homeschooling Teen

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Homeschooling Teen – September 2014

Happy September! In this issue you can meet homeschooled actress Mandalynn Carlson, learn about BYU’s independent study online high school courses, and read how to write a research paper. Olyvea and Ethan give “Honest Advice with Sugar and Spice” on gossip, Katie relates her experience “Training a Mule,” and Joseph writes on “Love Ethics.” There are book reviews on Fahrenheit 451, Becoming the Chateran, and Conversations with a Writing Coach. Plus there are articles on “Unconventional Ways to Get Teens into Music,” “8 Most Helpful Apps for Teens to Learn Math,” “Top Amazing Teen Friendly Places to Visit,” and so much more! View this month’s magazine online at HomeschoolingTeen.com.

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Mandalynn Carlson

Homeschooled teen actress Mandalynn Carlson is a fan of Sandra Bullock, Benjamin Franklin, and Jesus. Check out our exclusive interview!

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Brigham Young University

In addition to college classes on campus, BYU offers independent study high school courses online.

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Writing a Research Paper

99% of all college writing requires research, in-text citations, and Works Cited pages.

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Companies with Amazing Employee Perks

Find out which companies have the best perks in this insightful infographic.

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Know the Strengths of Homeschooling

Homeschoolers enjoy the strengths of social networking, individual attention, and quality education.

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Enhance Your Time Management Skills for Success in Homeschooling

You can manage your study time and personal time in a balanced way without sacrificing any of them.

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Love Ethics

They say love is a choice, but I think it’s also a commitment, as discovered in this experiment with a rock.

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Honest Advice with Sugar and Spice: On Gossip

Let’s talk a little about gossiping. I think we’ve all been gossiped about and, yes, we’ve all gossiped about someone.

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Your Voice

A poem, by Hannah Barber.

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Training a Mule

I’ve dealt with horses and a range of animals but never a mule. Especially never an abused, sickly mule.

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Top Amazing Teen Friendly Places to Visit

A good trip to some exotic places will help every emotion to fall in its place perfectly and bring out the true passion of any teen.

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Robin Williams Tribute

My thoughts about him and the tragic history of the comedian.

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Choosing Books: Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury

A dystopian novel that depicts a society in which life has become empty and devoid of meaning.

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Conversations with a Writing Coach, by Susan May Warren

A Nonfiction Book Review, by Naomi.

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Becoming the Chateran, by S.J. Aisling

A Book Review, by Adriana.

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Lumosity Brain Games

A web-based program for training your brain, developed by a team of scientists and backed by real research in neuroscience.

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My Neighbor Totoro

My Neighbor Totoro tells the story of two young girls and their interactions with friendly forest spirits in rural postwar Japan.

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Zoe’s Art Corner

Zoe shares one of her pictures with a description of the subject, the story behind it, and the artistic process that went into it.

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Unconventional Ways to Get Teens Into Music

Music is something that can be discovered at any age, and it is a great way to build bonds between parents and children.

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8 Most Helpful Apps for Teens to Learn Math

If you need to improve your math skills, or if you just enjoy solving math sums, here are a few amazing math learning apps.

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How Latest Technologies Can Enhance Homeschooling Student Engagement

Technological tools are allowing students to learn new things in a way that is not possible with conventional ways of teaching.

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Smart Students & Smart Technology

An infographic that explores how advancements in technology are revolutionizing the college experience.

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View this month’s magazine online at HomeschoolingTeen.com

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