There is much I wish I would have known, much I wish I could have done differently, so many lies I wish I wouldn’t have believed.
But I can’t go back- and you know what, that’s okay.
This course builds on the foundation of Joy Hakim's award-winning series . In her 10 volumes of history (and an eleventh book with original source documents), she tells the story from the first peoples who came to North America on. But to expand on Hakim, the Instructor's Guide has something like 300 more pages of notes and articles.
To the story, she adds additional fascinating sidebars, little tidbits of intrigue and interest. These offer counter-arguments to some of Hakim's views.
After their children have worked through Sonlight's 100 course, some parents have their children take the CLEP exam (the College Level Examination Program test that counts for college credit at some schools). Even though many of the Sonlight books are not "challenging" in their reading level, the quantity of titles, the memorability of the books, and the incredible range of topics, make the whole a thorough, enjoyable study of American History. Our high school courses are separated by subject to allow customers maximum flexibility.In addition, they will explore the impact their personal health has on society as a whole.Consumer health (e.g., evaluating the reliability of health information, identifying and assessing health resources and health-care providers, understanding media messages in advertising) is important and should be taught through all standards of the core.Premature, noncommitted sex is physically, emotionally, and socially detrimental to teenagers.” (uses the analogy of fire in a fireplace versus fire in the middle of the living room to underscore this point. 72) An even more elaborate analogy appears on page 232 with the exercise “Something Fishy,” which exaggerates the risk of death to the point of cartoon-like simplicity.What would you change if you could go back in time?