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    Course Description: This course delves into different faiths from a Christian perspective. Christianity Judaism Islam Buddhism and more "In my Father's house are many dwelling places." John 14:2. In this course, we will use a comparative approach to examine the world's major faiths, seeking to answer questions like: How do people in other cultures worship? What do non-Christians believe and why? What makes other faiths compelling for those who follow those paths? Our academic goal will be not only to learn about different faiths, but to understand their place in the world from a Christian perspective. SUPPORT MATERIALS
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    Course Description: World History provides an overview of the ancient and modern world that God created. Ancient Rome and Greece The Middle Ages World Wars The modern age World History provides a basic overview of what is often called The history of Western Civilization. Students will examine the history of exploration and conquest in Europe from the fall of the Roman Empire through the Middle Ages. Students will see how the culture of Europe has influenced many cultures around the globe, shaping the world we know today. SUPPORT MATERIALS
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    Web Design Online Course

    Course Description: Website basics Website building Styling your text Promoting your website Would you like to have your own website? Learn how to create your own web pages! Web Design utilizes web development software to lead you through the web development process. Web Design is a great course for adding innovative thoughts and a creative edge to your learning. SUPPORT MATERIALS
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    Course Description: This course is a great introduction to becoming a video producer. Hardware and software The production cycle Video editing In the studio Do you love to watch movies? Have you ever wanted to create a short film or a music video? If you have ever imagined yourself as a film producer, Video Studio is a great place to begin. SUPPORT MATERIALS
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    Course Description: UExploration and colonization Growth and expansion American wars The 20th Century and beyond U.S. History provides a chronological, comprehensive examination of America's history, from Native Americans and European conquest to the 2004 Presidential Election and the War on Terror. This course not only celebrates our history, but also critiques it through thoughtful analysis from a Christian perspective. SUPPORT MATERIALS
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    Trigonometry Online Course

    Course Description: Trig functions Trig identities The laws of sines and cosines Logarithms Homeschooling Trigonometry serves as a Pre-Calculus course discussing logarithmic functions, introducing the idea of limits, and studying more advanced algebraic procedures needed for finding derivatives and integrals. This is not a course that most people can try at home. Homeschooling Trigonometry gives you the professional support you need to guarantee your child's success. SUPPORT MATERIALS
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    Spanish 3 Online Course

    Course Description Spanish 3 challenges students to put their language skills to work Speaking Spanish in discussions Analyzing Spanish language videos Interactive activities Engage in Spanish culture This class asks students to step beyond mere memorization and written language, to apply their skills in real world contexts. SUPPORT MATERIALS  
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    Spanish 2 Online Course

    Course Description   This course continues the natural, personalized program of language acquisition begun in the Spanish 1 Personal Communication skills Acquisition of vocabulary Helpful phrases Cultural aspects of Spanish speaking countries This course continues the natural, personalized program of language acquisition begun in the Spanish 1. Spanish 2 is designed to broaden the student's level of achievement in basic skills with special emphasis on communication. Through the topical contexts, the students will expand their acquisition of vocabulary, their control of structure and their ability to communicate about their daily lives, express personal opinions, and supply real information in Spanish. SUPPORT MATERIALS
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    Spanish 1 Online Course

    Course Description Spanish 1 introduces students to the most romantic language of all. Pronunciation practice Useful word groups Common word forms Grammar basics Homeschooling Spanish 1 helps students attain a basic level of proficiency in the four basic skills of speaking, reading, listening, and writing in Spanish. Homeschooling Spanish 1 helps students develop these skills through simple materials in visually focused topical contexts that students can easily relate to from their own life experiences. An entertaining video series accompanies this course with tips for vocabulary and pronunciation. With Homeschooling Spanish, your child will become proficient in beginning Spanish. SUPPORT MATERIALS
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      Course Description: Kindergarten Social Studies is a great introduction to lifelong patriotism and appreciation of our country. Voyage to America Holidays Washington and Lincoln SUPPORT MATERIALS      
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    Course Description: This exciting course takes an upclose look at how people around God’s Earth live. Globes and maps The great cultures of Europe Africa and the Nile Valley Japan and the Pacific Day to day life around the world Traveling Toward Cultural Awareness takes students on a virtual trip around the globe. Students are introduced to contemporary world cultures and human geography. They will visit homes of people living in the Antarctica, Egypt, China, Africa, and Europe. Through these introductions, students will learn about regional geography and how it affects the way people live, including what they eat and what kind of work they do. SUPPORT MATERIALS