This guide is sure to be your most trusted ally as you begin your high school journey! It has 35 weeks of ‘open and go’ 4-day plans that are each shown on a 2-page spread. World Geography is written with the busy homeschool student in mind, so each week of plans takes only 4 days, leaving the 5th day free for students to pursue individual interests. Daily plans take about 6 ½ hours. Following the plans as written will allow your student to earn 6 ½ total credits for this year of study. This guide is ideally targeted for students in grades 9-10, but students in grades 11-12 may use it by adjusting the 3R’s and science as needed.
The World Geography guide includes the following 6 ½ high school credits:
- World Geography (1 full-year credit)
- World Religion & Cultures (½ credit)
- Bible: Scripture-Based Spiritual Growth (1 full-year credit)
- Foreign Language: Spanish I (½ credit)
- Logic (½ credit)
- English I (composed of ½ credit of Literature and ½ credit of Composition/Grammar = 1 full-year credit)
- Science: Integrated Physics and Chemistry with Lab (1 full-year credit)
- Suggested Math: Algebra I (1 full-year credit)
Total Credits Earned: 6 ½ Credits
You can view the “Scope and Sequence” chart for all high school credits here.
Note: It is important to consult your state laws for specific requirements for credit and to be aware of the entrance requirements for any college or university your student plans to attend.
Each day of plans addresses both academic and spiritual needs, making sure not to neglect either area. Plans set forth clear guidance in what to expect of your high school student each day and are written with a balanced approach to learning. The guide uses narrative books as the core of the student’s education to cover needed academics in a living, engaging manner. The design and layout of the guide provides clear direction in calculating grades, counting credits, and recording courses for transcript purposes. The guide also includes course descriptions.
You can view the daily format here.
You can view the course descriptions here.
You can view the guide introduction here.
You can view the first week of plans here.