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Resource Roundup: High School Courses
Category: Academics
Tags: free high school homeschool high school

The following list highlights some of the free high school resources featured in my Homeschooling High School Newsletter. Included are full courses, or materials that, when combined, could make for a full high school course.

New links to high school resources can be found in the August Newsletter. Sign up to continue to receive monthly updates; and be sure to check out the newsletter archive for links to even more resources.

Math

              Algebra 1 - Full course in Algebra 1 from SAS Curriculum Pathways.

Algebra 1 and Algebra 2 complete courses feature warm-up exercises, lessons consisting of documents, videos and PowerPoints, additional worksheets, and quizzes.

Investigating Geometry Online  Presents 12 units in Geometry; includes video lessons, interactive examples to solve, worksheets, and online quizzes

Math TV  Short video lessons on math topics; includes basic math, algebra, geometry, trigonometry, calculus; you can also pull up videos that correspond to particular textbooks

Literature/Writing

English 10Complete course from Curriki includes units on grammar, essay writing, fiction and non-fiction reports, short stories, and specific literature titles, such as Julius Caesar, and Antigone.

High School Lit Roundup: List of sites with full courses, free books, and other resources. 

Science:

Exploring the Way Life Works  online textbook; eight downloadable chapters

Companion Website includes assignments and activities, Powerpoints, practice tests, and additional links

            Geology Labs Online: earthquake; dating rocks and artifacts; virtual river

History

             Bridging World History  Annenberg Learner site presents 26 units in world history; each unit has a 30-minute video and online text chapter; there's also a course guide with suggested activities and assignments

Electives:

             Personal Finance CoursePractical Money Skills is offering a new financial literacy curriculum for grades 9 - 12. The curriculum is comprised of 22 lesson plans and accompanying teachers guides that can be downloaded separately, or altogether as a zip file. The lessons are free, but registration at the site (also free) is required. Also available at the site are lesson plans for Pre-K through grade 8, college level, and special needs students

              Additional Financial Literacy Resources

Multiple Subjects:

            Free, At-Your-Own-Pace Courses: Offered by the University of Washington at their website, OpenUW.  Courses include: The American Civil War; Greek Mythology; HTML Basics; the History of Jazz, and others.



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