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Teaching Help Columns: 1995-1997

"Exceptions To Our Established Homeschool Routines" by Kathryn Stout
December 1997
"It is a month of exceptions to our established homeschool routines, which sometimes leaves us feeling a bit guilty. This month I would like to comment on the importance of some of the things we think of as "exceptions," addressing my remarks to fellow Christians."
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"Help Your Children Write Well" by Kathryn Stout
November 1997
"Hopefully, the following suggestions will make it easier for you to help your children write well. After all, it is a skill they will draw on throughout their lives as they compose thank you notes, letters to friends (even if it is via e-mail), letters to businesses or editors, resumes, business memos, or even business reports."
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"Try a Project Approach" by Kathryn Stout
October 1997
"Well, we've all been back to homeschooling for a month now, and many are probably already looking for more things the kids can do on their own. Instead of more workbooks, try a project approach."
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"Learning & Real Experiences" by Kathryn Stout
September 1997
"Don't let the routine of the school day lull you into a false sense of security. Finishing workbooks may keep the kids occupied, but real experiences are a necessary part of learning and should remain high on your list of priorities."
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"Opportunities for Discussions" by Kathryn Stout
August 1997
"When we relax, we usually find plenty of opportunities for discussions. Use this month to find out just how productive those discussions can be so that you are comfortable including them as part of your school plans."
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"Is It Easy?" by Kathryn Stout
July 1997
"Since this is the time to make decisions for the upcoming school year, I thought I would share some tips designed to lift some of that burden."
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Unit Study Tip by Kathryn Stout
The Teaching Home, March/April 1996
Help your students develop clarity of thought for their writing assignments.
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Reading Critically by Kathryn Stout
The Teaching Home, September/October 1995
Teaching our children how to think so that they will not be easy prey for anyone with an emotionally charged message.
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Instilling A Love of Learning by Kathryn Stout
1995
When Kathryn Stout decided to homeschool her two children, she wanted to be certain that she instilled a love of learning that would not fade because of the common "read, memorize, and test" formula.
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