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  • #739147
    missceegee
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    DS, now 14, has asked to continue MOH with online courses for high school.  So that takes care of that.  😊

    #739348
    Rachel White
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    Excellent! Well, that simplified things for you.

    #825671
    Claire
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    I just switched from Joy Hakim’s History of US series for American History to America, A Narrative History by George Brown Tindall and David Emory Shi.  There are 2 volumes. I am using the 9th edition to save $ and there is a free online component that gives a lot of good information for studying the material – pretty open ended or higher bloom’s taxonomy type questions – could use as a review, or to explore; it’s just an extra resource. Each chapter begins with “focus questions” which are nice narration prompts for each section of the chapter.

    hth

    #829057
    missceegee
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    Claire, that looks interesting.  Thanks for sharing.

    #832337
    missceegee
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    Claire, thanks for this resource.  It’s my top contender as the online class time is a conflict for us next year.

    #833572
    missceegee
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    Ugh.  It turns out that I don’t care for how that one reads, Claire.  Thanks for sharing it though.  The other features of how it is set up and the inquisitive online questions would be perfect for ds, but the actual text isn’t a good fit.

    #837230
    missceegee
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    Just in case anyone else is looking – we settled on US History class with Quest Courses being taught online through Aim Academy (Debra Bell). Love the two track option.  I think we’re going to take the living books/video track for ds14.

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