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Understanding Hamlet: Analysis of Hamlet Lesson Plan

Understanding Hamlet: Analysis of Hamlet Lesson Plan | Homeschooling High School | Scoop.it
Teaching Hamlet can be challenging. Here is a lesson plan to help students develop the necessary skills for literary analysis by focusing on individual scenes from the play.
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Introduction to Environmental Science

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A scientific study of the natural world and how it is influenced by people. Major topics include: food, energy, human population, biodiversity and global change.

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Panel suggests giving students college algebra alternatives

Panel suggests giving students college algebra alternatives | Homeschooling High School | Scoop.it
A Missouri Department of Education committee is recommending that two- and four-year public colleges that require algebra for graduation instead give students the option of taking statistics or other math subjects more relevant to their fields.
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Math alternatives to algebra should begin in high school for the same reasons.

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The Mysterious Physics Behind How Bikes Ride by Themselves

The Mysterious Physics Behind How Bikes Ride by Themselves | Homeschooling High School | Scoop.it
So simple and yet so complex. The bicycle remains the world’s most popular form of transportation, found in households worldwide, in countries rich and poor. And yet the bike remains something of a mystery to us.
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Presidential Interior Design: A History of the White House

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Happy Fourth of July! This infographic shows the many popular trends and historic moments in presidential interior design.

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5 Careers in Environmental Science

5 Careers in Environmental Science | Homeschooling High School | Scoop.it
Are you passionate about caring for our planet? Then check out these careers in environmental science!
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4 Comic Books That Will Boost Your Financial Literacy

4 Comic Books That Will Boost Your Financial Literacy | Homeschooling High School | Scoop.it
There are an abundance of tools available that can strengthen your money knowledge. One of them just happens to be comic book characters.
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Khan Academy -- Free Practice for the New SAT

Khan Academy -- Free Practice for the New SAT | Homeschooling High School | Scoop.it

For the first time ever, Khan Academy has teamed up with the creators of the SAT to create personalized SAT practice for anyone, anywhere. In March 2016, the SAT is changing, and students can prepare for it on Khan Academy—for free.

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BBQ Science: The Chemistry of Burgers, Buns, Tomatoes, Pickles and
Condiments [Videos]

BBQ Science: The Chemistry of Burgers, Buns, Tomatoes, Pickles and<br/>Condiments [Videos] | Homeschooling High School | Scoop.it
There's a whole lot of chemistry to feast on
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Woof Woof: The Evolution of the Dog [Infographic]

Woof Woof: The Evolution of the Dog [Infographic] | Homeschooling High School | Scoop.it
Each subset of dog breed was usually bred for a specific task. Hunting, retrieving, and racing are just a few of the most popular reasons. The most important thing a dog can give an owner is unconditional love, so go out there and adopt you some.
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19 Educational Games About US Civics - Free Technology for ...

19 Educational Games About US Civics - Free Technology for ... | Homeschooling High School | Scoop.it
iCivics is an excellent source of educational games that offer lessons in civics. Since its launch a few years ago, iCivics has steadily grown to the point that it now contains nineteen educational games for students.
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Pollination: A Simple Refresher [Infographic] |

Pollination: A Simple Refresher [Infographic] | | Homeschooling High School | Scoop.it
You know pollination is important, but do you remember the basics of how it works?
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The new frontier for Advanced Placement: Online AP lessons, for free - Washington Post

The new frontier for Advanced Placement: Online AP lessons, for free - Washington Post | Homeschooling High School | Scoop.it
First came MOOCs, or massive open online courses. Now there are MOOLs -- massive open online lessons -- to help high schools teach some of the toughest AP topics.
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Free Art Projects from Around the World

 Blick, a huge art supply company, offers free multicultural art lesson plans and now free video art lesson plans.  The lessons are clearly marked by grade level.

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American Government | Harvard Online Learning Portal

American Government | Harvard Online Learning Portal | Homeschooling High School | Scoop.it

Free course: A comprehensive introduction to American government and politics—its foundations, institutions, organizations, and policies.

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Cheeseburger Chemistry

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This original six-part Chemistry Now video series uses components of a cheeseburger to illustrate and explain common chemistry concepts and reactions. 

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About time: Adventures in the fourth dimension

About time: Adventures in the fourth dimension | Homeschooling High School | Scoop.it
Does it flow in only one direction? Is it a figment of our imagination? And can it provide the elusive theory of everything? New Scientist travels into time
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5 chemistry inventions that enabled the modern world

5 chemistry inventions that enabled the modern world | Homeschooling High School | Scoop.it
Mark Lorch says chemistry tends to get overlooked compared to the other sciences.
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10 Most Popular Free Learning Resources from Curriki

10 Most Popular Free Learning Resources from Curriki | Homeschooling High School | Scoop.it
By Janet Pinto, Chief Academic Officer, Curriki  We're already a quarter into the new calendar year, so we'd like to kick it off with a collection of our most popular learning resources this school...
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Free Technology for Teachers: 19 Educational Games About U.S. Civics

Free Technology for Teachers: 19 Educational Games About U.S. Civics | Homeschooling High School | Scoop.it

iCivics contains nineteen educational games about civics that require students to take on a decision-making role. To succeed in the games students have to apply their understanding of the rules and functions local, state, or Federal government.

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Free Online Computer Science Course Featuring Harvard Faculty

Free Online Computer Science Course Featuring Harvard Faculty | Homeschooling High School | Scoop.it

This free online computer science course is an introduction to the intellectual enterprises of computer science. Topics include algorithms (their design, implementation, and analysis); software development (abstraction, encapsulation, data structures, debugging, and testing); architecture of computers (low-level data representation and instruction processing); computer systems (programming languages, compilers, operating systems, and databases); and computers in the real world (networks, websites, security, forensics, and cryptography).

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6,000 Years of History Visualized in a 23-Foot-Long Timeline of World History Chart, Created in 1871

6,000 Years of History Visualized in a 23-Foot-Long Timeline of World History Chart, Created in 1871 | Homeschooling High School | Scoop.it
A beautiful early example of visualizing the flow of history, Sebastian C. Adams’ Synchronological Chart of Universal History outlines the evolution of mankind from Adam and Eve to 1871, the year of its first edition.
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