Step 2 - Study & Life Skills - 8 - Preparing for Harder School Work - How You Will Be Studying

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Step 2 - Study & Life Skills - 8 - Preparing for Harder School Work - How You Will Be Studying

50.00
  • Develops literacy, vocabulary!
  • Prepares the student for more advanced studies!
  • Fun, hands-on activities!
  • Develops critical thinking skills!
  • Lesson plans are complete and ready to use!  Start now!

This course is terrific, my 8 yr old insisted on doing the second lesson immediately after finishing the first! The content is aimed at encouraging students to think deeper about their choices and their options. This is done simply, but VERY effectively. The message is easy to understand, but thought-provoking and offers the student the means to be able to really comprehend the material. These are true Life Skills, I think they could even be used with older children with great results.   J.D. Homeschool Mom
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The final Step 2 Study & Life Skills course for ages 7-8, and for students of any age who are developing literacy, this course provides the student many methods and understandings of how he or she will be studying as they move into harder materials.  This includes how to get along with others, how to take responsibility for one's own school work, how to keep records, memorization (when needed), how to deal with tests, grade levels, teachers who are good or bad at what they do, and many other factors that the student will encounter as they move up into harder courses and study materials.  A must-do course for any student, it will improve all his school work.  17 lessons that will help provide the tools and focus that your student will need for the next jump up in study and life.

Included in this course:

The main idea that the education the student is receiving is theirs, it is not for anyone else or to make others happy, it is to assist them in the living of their own life.

  • What is study?
  • What is a lesson?
  • What are words and how do they impact the student and his education?
  • What are numbers?
  • The value or use of repetition and memorization (and its non-value).
  • The value of critique (or its non-value) in education.
  • The value of photos and film to one's education.
  • The fact the one must DO something with what one has learned.
  • Tests – what they are and what they should be.
  • Grades – what they are and what they should be.
  • Classrooms and grade levels.
  • Getting along with fellow students and others.
  • Keeping records.
  • The relationship between a teacher, school and the student.
  • The correct goals for education.
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