After spending three weeks talking to Kay Chance about writing, it seemed a good idea to share my own tips from years of experience and several kids, most of whom have gone onto college.
Writing is a tough subject to feel confident about. It’s hard to know what constitutes “good” writing and whether your kid’s work is actually any good at all or if you’re just completely biased about it, LOL.
Like anything else, though, it doesn’t have to be that hard. Writing can fit into your homeschool high school fairly easily, and even grading doesn’t have to scare you.
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If you want a solid writing curriculum to walk you through how to teach writing to your teen, WriteShop is a great option! Check out all the details about their high school courses here: WriteShop I & II (referral link).
Episode 34 (Part 1):
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For a video version of this content, go here: Ann Discusses Teaching Writing in High School.
Episode 51: How to Make Writing More Fun for Your Homeschooled Teen – with Misti Lacy of WriteShop
Episode 35 (Part 2)
This episode focuses on grading your teen’s writing, which may be one of scariest parts of homeschooling high school. With this simple tool, it doesn’t have to intimidate you! Give yourself and your teen the confidence you both need to be successful and to know they are prepared for college.
For the video version of this episode, click here: Ann Discusses Grading Writing in High School
Video Show & Tell of WriteShop 5th Edition—now faith neutral!
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