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Homeschooling Teen – February 2015

HAPPY FEBRUARY! This month’s issue features Hannah Johnson, author of Rebel Hearts. Nick wrote an article on how to deal with cyberbullies, and Narrelle wrote an essay on how women are treated in the military. Olyvea and Ethan give advice on boys and boyfriends, and Katie shares the progress she’s made with her horse and mule. Interested in engineering? Check out all of the career opportunities in “Be An Engineer.” Learn about New Saint Andrews, a classical Christian college, and see if you would like to apply or visit the campus. Read about time management, part-time jobs, and the impact of technology on education. Be sure to take a look at the poems, reviews, infographics, and Zoe’s beautiful new drawing! See the table of contents below and view this month’s magazine at HomeschoolingTeen.com.

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Hannah Johnson: Author of Rebel Hearts

H.G. Johnson was 17 when she published Rebel Hearts: Tale of a Young Knight. Now she’s working on a sequel. See our exclusive interview!

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New Saint Andrews College

Thoroughly Trinitarian. Solidly Protestant and Reformed. Robustly Evangelical.

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Tips on How to Write Under Strict Time Constraints!

Whatever the reason is for why you are struggling with a last minute submission, here are some helpful tips.

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Part Time Job: Good Idea for a High School Student

This article lists various part time jobs that are available for high school students to earn extra cash.

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Top 4 Ways to Lead a Competent Student Life

Whether you’re a residential college student or studying at home, if you’re also not perfect in organizing your study load then you should implement the following approaches.

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Things to Do While Deciding to Study Abroad

Check this infographic for what to do before studying abroad.

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Be An Engineer

Engineers are critical to our world and to the way in which it works.

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Honest Advice with Sugar and Spice: Boys and Boyfriends

Olyvea Pancerella and Ethan Faulkes answer questions on homeschooling, dating, and life in general.

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What I See

A Poem by Rachael Lucas.

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The Silent Voice

A Poem by Hannah Barber.

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Improvement is Sweet

Some may have heard about my mule Jake and how slow progress is with him, but two days ago something changed.

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Survive Cyberbullying

There comes a time in every person’s life to deal with this type of situation and it is Cyberbullies.

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The Injustice Behind Our Lines

In the U.S. military, a woman is more likely to be raped by a co-worker than killed by the enemy.

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The Art & Craft of Writing Christian Fiction

This is a must-read book for anyone who writes Christian fiction.

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Explore the Impacts of 21st Century Technology in Student Life

In today’s tech savvy world, digital devices are playing a great role in advancing students’ knowledge.

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Can Advanced Technology Replace Teachers in Our Classrooms?

Students still need teachers to direct them learn hands-on skills in science, technology, engineering, art, and mechanics.

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Pendragon: Sword of His Father

Homeschoolers produced, directed, and starred in this action film set in Britain’s Dark Ages and based on the Arthurian legend.

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Broken Blade

A unique anime that can be best described as “Medieval Mecha.”

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Sim City Build It

As a free mobile game, SimCity BuildIt is a fairly simple version of other SimCity games, with more screen touching.

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Fun Ways to Test Your Teen’s Knowledge

On the internet we are able to find an overabundance of useful links and sites that can help with learning about the world around us.

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Zoe’s Art Corner: Otis the Airedale Terrier

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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Plain English Please! Cut Out the Jargon

Plain English is the best way of presenting information so someone can understand it the first time they read or hear it.

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~Happy Valentine’s Day… love you all~

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