Home-school English curriculum design: How to design your curriculum
Homeschool English, a new curriculum designed by a California-based nonprofit organization, aims to be more inclusive of all children with special needs and address the growing number of parents who are opting for home schooling.
The curriculum will be designed for parents of kindergarten through sixth-graders and is currently available for free download on the home-schooling community’s website.
The group is hoping that with the curriculum, parents of all ages will be more prepared to learn about the history and science of homeschooling, and will also be more willing to engage in conversations about education and public health.
According to the curriculum’s website, the group hopes that the curriculum will “enable all homeschoolers to learn the history of homes and homeschool culture, to understand the challenges and opportunities that the homeschool community has faced, and to become more engaged in community engagement and learning about local and national issues.”
The curriculum, which is available on the Homeschoolers Network website, is currently being developed by the Homesick Homeschooling Coalition, a nonprofit organization dedicated to creating a more inclusive, inclusive, and inclusive learning environment for homeschool students.
The organization is currently seeking to raise $15,000 to complete the curriculum.
The new curriculum is not the first home-education curriculum from a nonprofit that aims to help homeschool children.
A home-based curriculum designed in collaboration with the Homescaring Alliance of America in 2016, called The Home-Schooling Guide, was created by a group of local educators who were inspired by the lessons of The Great Gatsby.
The guide is available for purchase on Amazon.
The Homeschooled Child initiative, created by the National Home Educators Association, is a coalition of home-educated parents that aims “to educate our nation’s children and their parents on the value of home schooling, how to educate children, and the ways in which our country can improve our education system and support families with homeschooled children.”
Homeschooled Parents Network’s new curriculum, however, is the first from a national organization to take a similar approach to homeschool education.
The homeschool groups curriculum is different from The Great Hardship, a book by William Shakespeare written in 1817, which the group says is an example of an educational text that was meant to teach children “how to teach their own things.”
In The Great Scoundrel, Shakespeare tells the story of a man who is found guilty of murdering his father, who is hanged for murdering his brother.
The program is a follow-up to the Home-Story Book, a collection of short stories written in the mid-1820s that were considered the first books for homes-schooled children.