Pines Options    (5th & 6th Grade levels)

Language Arts

* Spelling, Vocab & Reading Comp.


Teacher: Samantha Floyd We will use a comprehensive spelling program, developed from the perspective of a Christian worldview. Throughout the text, the student is encouraged to apply spelling skills in order to produce accurate, God-honoring written communication. It includes a variety of activities, such as word sorting, word study, vocabulary skills, proofreading, dictionary skills, and short writing projects to strengthen writing skills. Incorporating various memorization skills, we will master twenty-five word spelling/vocab lists each week. We will hold weekly spelling and vocabulary testing over material covered. To boost your child’s reading speed and comprehension, we will pair the Abeka reader, Adventures in Greatness, along with their Grade 6 Skills Sheets. Students will complete related exercises and quizzes, to evaluate and track their progress. Supplies:




* IEW Level B Writing


Teacher: Julie Cox IEW Level B: Writing doesn’t have to be boring and burdensome. In this class students will be using a method of writing in which they can have immediate success while writing about knights, Vikings, kings and famous men of the Middle Ages. This writing class is geared for 6th -8th grade students using the Institute for Excellence in Writing Teaching: Structure and Style curriculum. This method of writing is based on modeling, imitation, and coaching. Students will learn to take notes, retell narrative stories, write reports by summarizing references, create stories from pictures, and even compose essays. They will also learn several stylistic techniques that will help to improve their writing abilities. By using this method of “text reconstruction” students can focus on how to write instead of getting bogged down over what to write. We will be using IEW’s Medieval History-Based Writing Lessons along with IEW’s Portable Walls: Grammar on the Go. (Please note that while all instruction will be done in class, some parent involvement will be necessary at home.) IEW Level B Curriculum: ●Medieval History-Based Writing Lessons ($29.00) ●Portable Walls: Grammar on the Go ($7.00)




* Short Story (6th – 8th Grades)


Teacher: Jeanette Lord
This is a class that makes writing fun! Kids earn stickers as they learn about genre, conflict, villains, heroes, setting, and plot. We’ll have games and activities and learn a lot about the creative writing process. By the time they have a blank page in front of them, they have a detailed plan and lots of material to begin writing. SUPPLIES
- Wordsmith, New Edition, Grades 6-9, by Janie B Cheaney - This Notebook




* 5th Grade English Comp


Teacher: Samantha Floyd We will emphasize traditional grammar, as well as practice vital reference skills and step-by-step use of the Writing Process for eight different types of writing assignments, such as: compare-contrast essays, persuasive business letters, book reviews, and more. We will incorporate guided practice, independent practice, chapter reviews, cumulative reviews, and chapter tests, to reinforce key grammar concepts. Supplies: English 5 Worktext - Purchase Link Chapter tests and answer keys will be provided.




* Beginners Literature


Teacher: Jessica Miller It’s time to dive into a good book! Students will have weekly reading assignments to complete at home. Class time will be spent discussing the assigned reading along with introducing students to elements of literature such as plot, theme, symbolism, foreshadowing, etc. As well as answering vocabulary and comprehension questions over the text.
There will be a final test taken for each novel.

Novels: Summer of the Monkey’s/ The Children of Wilesden Lane/ Number the Stars/ The Best Christmas Pageant Ever/ Island of the Blue Dolphins/ Mrs. Frisby and the Rats of NIMH/ The City of Ember

Most literature guides used are either Total Language Plus or Progeny Press.

Supplies: $15 rental fee per semester for books




* Creative Writing


Teacher: Jeanette Lord
“I don’t know what to write about!” How often have you heard that one? Students will be given creative and fun writing prompts to get them started writing. They’ll learn elements of a short story and will be writing their own short stories quickly. Many stories will be written throughout the year. Students will also complete a weekly journal to personally express themselves. SUPPLIES Spiral Notebook
Pencil




* 6th Grade English Comp


Teacher: Samantha Floyd We will emphasize traditional grammar as well as practice with essential reference skills. Students will be taught a step-by-step introduction to the Writing Process for eight different types of writing assignments, such as personal narratives, newspaper editorials, historical fiction, and limericks. There will also be guided practice, independent practice, chapter reviews, cumulative reviews, and chapter tests, to reinforce key grammar concepts. Supplies: English 6 Worktext Purchase Link HERE Chapter tests and answer keys will be provided.




* Shurley English Level 6


Teacher: Amy Shipman This curriculum transformed our English/Grammar homeschool time. I am excited to get to share it with your students! Much of the assigned homework will include choices between 2-3 activities so that you can decide which your student needs and/or enjoys most! Below is an abridged explanation of a portion of the information from the Shurley English website to give you a better idea of the goals for this year. Making the Grammar & Writing connection: The unique features of Shurley English give students the concrete steps necessary to relate a definition to a concept, a concept to a skill practice, a skill practice to writing and, finally, writing to effective speaking. Competent writing begins with understanding correct sentence structure, expands to paragraphs, and results in the satisfaction of well-written essays, reports, and letters. Shurley English helps all types of learners begin to understand and (dare I say?) enjoy English grammar! :-o Using jingles, question/answer flow, sentence blueprints and sentence classifying skills, students learn to effectively write, listen and speak/present. Curriculum used: Shurley English Homeschool – Level 6 Supplies needed: *Please note* All supplies are consumable and will be written in by the student. · Shurley English Homeschool Workbook Level 6 Purchase Link HERE · Shurley English Level 6 Practice Booklet Purchase Link HERE · Composition notebook Purchase Link HERE Supply Fee: · $20 if I order these items and provide them to your student on the first day of class. OR… · $0 if parent provides items





Math

Quem pode fazer os cursos?


Todos! Nossos cursos visam à democratização da educação e da ciência. Sendo assim, todos são bem vindos!




Sou estudante acadêmico: estes cursos servem para mim?


Sim! Estes cursos são muito recomendados para quem é das áreas: - Biologia - Veterinária - Engenharia ambiental - Oceanografia - Qualquer outra área conectada à ambiental Além disso, você poderá usar os certificados para comprovar horas complementares e também como provar sua capacitação na área.




Sou estudante do Ensino Médio: estes cursos são recomendados para mim?


Sim! Nossos cursos visam a democratização das ciências marinhas!Alunos do ensino médio são muito bem vindos! Aqui você terá acesso ao conteúdos similares aos dos cursos de Graduação em Biologia. Os conteúdos aqui abordados também são muito frequentes em provas do Enem e em vestibulares.




Quanto tempo duram os cursos?


A carga horária total é de 12h. Ao final você receberá seu certificado pela própria plataforma. Você pode fazer no seu tempo, sem pressa! Seu acesso tem a validade de 1 ano a partir da compra.




Sou estudante de outra área: estes cursos servem para mim?


Sim! Nossos cursos visam a democratização das ciências marinhas! Estes cursos são muito recomendados para qualquer pessoa que tenha interesse na área ambiental marinha.




Estes cursos possuem certificados válidos?


Sim! Os cursos oferecem um certificado de conclusão de 12h, emitido automaticamente pela própria plataforma EaD, assinado pelo Prof. Dr. Douglas Peiró, Diretor Geral do Instituto de Biologia Marinha Bióicos. Além disso, você poderá usar os certificados para comprovar horas complementares e também como provar sua capacitação na área.





Science

* Spelling, Vocab & Reading Comp.


Teacher: Samantha Floyd We will use a comprehensive spelling program, developed from the perspective of a Christian worldview. Throughout the text, the student is encouraged to apply spelling skills in order to produce accurate, God-honoring written communication. It includes a variety of activities, such as word sorting, word study, vocabulary skills, proofreading, dictionary skills, and short writing projects to strengthen writing skills. Incorporating various memorization skills, we will master twenty-five word spelling/vocab lists each week. We will hold weekly spelling and vocabulary testing over material covered. To boost your child’s reading speed and comprehension, we will pair the Abeka reader, Adventures in Greatness, along with their Grade 6 Skills Sheets. Students will complete related exercises and quizzes, to evaluate and track their progress. Supplies:




* IEW Level B Writing


Teacher: Julie Cox IEW Level B: Writing doesn’t have to be boring and burdensome. In this class students will be using a method of writing in which they can have immediate success while writing about knights, Vikings, kings and famous men of the Middle Ages. This writing class is geared for 6th -8th grade students using the Institute for Excellence in Writing Teaching: Structure and Style curriculum. This method of writing is based on modeling, imitation, and coaching. Students will learn to take notes, retell narrative stories, write reports by summarizing references, create stories from pictures, and even compose essays. They will also learn several stylistic techniques that will help to improve their writing abilities. By using this method of “text reconstruction” students can focus on how to write instead of getting bogged down over what to write. We will be using IEW’s Medieval History-Based Writing Lessons along with IEW’s Portable Walls: Grammar on the Go. (Please note that while all instruction will be done in class, some parent involvement will be necessary at home.) IEW Level B Curriculum: ●Medieval History-Based Writing Lessons ($29.00) ●Portable Walls: Grammar on the Go ($7.00)




* Short Story (6th – 8th Grades)


Teacher: Jeanette Lord
This is a class that makes writing fun! Kids earn stickers as they learn about genre, conflict, villains, heroes, setting, and plot. We’ll have games and activities and learn a lot about the creative writing process. By the time they have a blank page in front of them, they have a detailed plan and lots of material to begin writing. SUPPLIES
- Wordsmith, New Edition, Grades 6-9, by Janie B Cheaney - This Notebook




* 5th Grade English Comp


Teacher: Samantha Floyd We will emphasize traditional grammar, as well as practice vital reference skills and step-by-step use of the Writing Process for eight different types of writing assignments, such as: compare-contrast essays, persuasive business letters, book reviews, and more. We will incorporate guided practice, independent practice, chapter reviews, cumulative reviews, and chapter tests, to reinforce key grammar concepts. Supplies: English 5 Worktext - Purchase Link Chapter tests and answer keys will be provided.




* Beginners Literature


Teacher: Jessica Miller It’s time to dive into a good book! Students will have weekly reading assignments to complete at home. Class time will be spent discussing the assigned reading along with introducing students to elements of literature such as plot, theme, symbolism, foreshadowing, etc. As well as answering vocabulary and comprehension questions over the text.
There will be a final test taken for each novel.

Novels: Summer of the Monkey’s/ The Children of Wilesden Lane/ Number the Stars/ The Best Christmas Pageant Ever/ Island of the Blue Dolphins/ Mrs. Frisby and the Rats of NIMH/ The City of Ember

Most literature guides used are either Total Language Plus or Progeny Press.

Supplies: $15 rental fee per semester for books




* Creative Writing


Teacher: Jeanette Lord
“I don’t know what to write about!” How often have you heard that one? Students will be given creative and fun writing prompts to get them started writing. They’ll learn elements of a short story and will be writing their own short stories quickly. Many stories will be written throughout the year. Students will also complete a weekly journal to personally express themselves. SUPPLIES Spiral Notebook
Pencil




* 6th Grade English Comp


Teacher: Samantha Floyd We will emphasize traditional grammar as well as practice with essential reference skills. Students will be taught a step-by-step introduction to the Writing Process for eight different types of writing assignments, such as personal narratives, newspaper editorials, historical fiction, and limericks. There will also be guided practice, independent practice, chapter reviews, cumulative reviews, and chapter tests, to reinforce key grammar concepts. Supplies: English 6 Worktext Purchase Link HERE Chapter tests and answer keys will be provided.




* Shurley English Level 6


Teacher: Amy Shipman This curriculum transformed our English/Grammar homeschool time. I am excited to get to share it with your students! Much of the assigned homework will include choices between 2-3 activities so that you can decide which your student needs and/or enjoys most! Below is an abridged explanation of a portion of the information from the Shurley English website to give you a better idea of the goals for this year. Making the Grammar & Writing connection: The unique features of Shurley English give students the concrete steps necessary to relate a definition to a concept, a concept to a skill practice, a skill practice to writing and, finally, writing to effective speaking. Competent writing begins with understanding correct sentence structure, expands to paragraphs, and results in the satisfaction of well-written essays, reports, and letters. Shurley English helps all types of learners begin to understand and (dare I say?) enjoy English grammar! :-o Using jingles, question/answer flow, sentence blueprints and sentence classifying skills, students learn to effectively write, listen and speak/present. Curriculum used: Shurley English Homeschool – Level 6 Supplies needed: *Please note* All supplies are consumable and will be written in by the student. · Shurley English Homeschool Workbook Level 6 Purchase Link HERE · Shurley English Level 6 Practice Booklet Purchase Link HERE · Composition notebook Purchase Link HERE Supply Fee: · $20 if I order these items and provide them to your student on the first day of class. OR… · $0 if parent provides items





History & Geography

* Mapping the World by Heart (5th-7th)


Teacher: Jeanette Lord In this class students will learn to draw the world by heart through games, songs, drawings, videos, solving mysteries, and special projects. We’ll plan and participate in a South American Fair, complete a European bag-a-country project, Africa lapbook, and lots more activities. We’ll study longitude and latitude, time zones, mountain ranges and rivers. Students will be expected to keep all homework papers and maps in a 3-ring notebook. Supplies: Purchase Link HERE: Rand McNally’s Know Geography World Atlas for Grades 4-9 Purchase Link HERE: The Usborne Geography Encyclopedia of World Geography. *This book is optional. Use it instead of the internet for research. Science Board (1st semester)
One white poster board (2nd semester)
Glue stick
Pencils
Erasers
Colored pencils
Printer paper (for drawing practice)
3-ring notebook
Tab dividers for the notebook




* U.S. History (Wed Only)


Teacher: Amy Beller BJU Press Heritage Studies 5 Heritage Studies 5 continues the narrative of American history from the development of the automobile in the late 1800s through the inauguration of President Obama in 2009. Topics are presented from a biblical perspective and include the invention and influence of the automobile and airplane, World War I, the Roaring Twenties, the Great Depression, World War II, the Vietnam War, struggles over civil rights, the war on terror, Agfhanistan and Iraq wars, and immigration decisions. Supplies: $3 Supply Fee $15 Rental fee per semester for textbook provided by Aspire




* Ancient History Vol 1 - Creation to Christ


Teacher: Jeanette Lord Join me as we walk through Biblical and World History together! This class provides a historically accurate, Bible-based approach to learning ancient world history. We will weave Bible history and world history together, as we read stories of ancient times, ancient lands, and ancient peoples. Games, projects, research, mapping, and a timeline are just some of the fun in this class! SUPPLIES The Mystery of History, Volume I (Any edition will do. The 3rd edition has 400+ colored illustrations and maps, along with changes in text. I will be posting changes in text on our class page.) Rand McNally’s Historical Atlas of the World (Make sure it is the Historical Atlas!) Purchase Link HERE The Student Bible Atlas, by Tim Dowley Purchase Link HERE 3-Ring Notebook Colored pencils (for mapping) Students can choose a science board OR the 3-ring notebook for the timeline Use of internet for research




* Mapping the U.S. (5th-8th Grades, Wed Only)


Teacher: Jeanette Lord Trek the U.S. in this fun class where we learn to draw the U.S. Activities include mapping, drawing, learning the capitals, and the geography of each state. During the final 6 weeks, students travel with Lewis and Clark’s Corps of Discovery and explore northern parts of the Louisiana Purchase in search of the Northwest Passage while reading the novel, The Captain’s Dog, My Journey with the Lewis and Clark Tribe. Written from the perspective of Meriwether Lewis’ dog, and true to real events, this exciting narrative includes excerpts from Lewis’ personal journal. Students map the route as they read through the book. Additional assignments include learning about the various Indian tribes, geography, vocabulary, plants, and animals of the expedition. We’ll also take a pretend hike on the Appalachian Trail. How fun! What will you pack? What will you eat? What if you run into a bear!? Is that poison ivy? Find out this fall! It’s going to be fun! SUPPLIES Desk Atlas of the United States. Get at rainbowresource.com The Captain’s Dog, My Journey with the Lewis and Clark Tribe by Roland Smith. Also, get at rainbowresource.com Pencils Erasers Colored pencils




* New World History


Teacher: Amy Beller Tour the lands, peoples, and cultures of ancient civilizations in Africa, Asia, Europe, and the Americas with the all new Heritage Studies 6 Student Text. Help your student learn the history and influences of these peoples on religion and the world today. Your student will expand his Christian worldview as he compares ancient beliefs and religions with Christianity. He will enrich his critical thinking skills through the use of maps, charts, primary sources, and activities.

Activity Book Purchase Link Here




* Ancient History Volume 2- Early Church & Middle Ages


Teacher: Jeanette Lord
An historically accurate, Bible-centered approach to learning the history of the early Church through the Middle Ages. We’ll discover that soon after St. Patrick delivered the gospel to Ireland, the Western Roman Empire fell in Europe; the Vikings ravaged parts of Europe while the Maori settled New Zealand; and Joan of Arc tragically burned at the stake while the Incas were building their golden empire in South America. Games, projects, research, mapping, and a timeline are just some of the fun in this class! SUPPLIES: The Mystery of History, Volume 2 (Any edition will do. Just know that more recent editions have more illustrations and there are some updates in the newer edition.) Rand McNally’s Historical Atlas of the World (Make sure it is the Historical Atlas!) Purchase Link HERE The Student Bible Atlas, by Tim Dowley Purchase Link HERE Martyr of the Catacombs, A Tale of Ancient Rome, by an Anonymous Author Purchase Link HERE Son of Charlemagne, by Barbara Willard Purchase Link HERE
The Canterbury Tales, by Geoffrey Chaucer. Purchase Link HERE ****Please do not get any other version of this book, as older versions are written in old English making it difficult to understand, and other versions have inappropriate circumstances and words. This is for a younger audience. 3-Ring Notebook
Colored pencils (for mapping)
Students can choose a science board OR the 3-ring notebook for the timeline
Use of internet for research





Monday Electives

* Spelling, Vocab & Reading Comp.


Teacher: Samantha Floyd We will use a comprehensive spelling program, developed from the perspective of a Christian worldview. Throughout the text, the student is encouraged to apply spelling skills in order to produce accurate, God-honoring written communication. It includes a variety of activities, such as word sorting, word study, vocabulary skills, proofreading, dictionary skills, and short writing projects to strengthen writing skills. Incorporating various memorization skills, we will master twenty-five word spelling/vocab lists each week. We will hold weekly spelling and vocabulary testing over material covered. To boost your child’s reading speed and comprehension, we will pair the Abeka reader, Adventures in Greatness, along with their Grade 6 Skills Sheets. Students will complete related exercises and quizzes, to evaluate and track their progress. Supplies:




* IEW Level B Writing


Teacher: Julie Cox IEW Level B: Writing doesn’t have to be boring and burdensome. In this class students will be using a method of writing in which they can have immediate success while writing about knights, Vikings, kings and famous men of the Middle Ages. This writing class is geared for 6th -8th grade students using the Institute for Excellence in Writing Teaching: Structure and Style curriculum. This method of writing is based on modeling, imitation, and coaching. Students will learn to take notes, retell narrative stories, write reports by summarizing references, create stories from pictures, and even compose essays. They will also learn several stylistic techniques that will help to improve their writing abilities. By using this method of “text reconstruction” students can focus on how to write instead of getting bogged down over what to write. We will be using IEW’s Medieval History-Based Writing Lessons along with IEW’s Portable Walls: Grammar on the Go. (Please note that while all instruction will be done in class, some parent involvement will be necessary at home.) IEW Level B Curriculum: ●Medieval History-Based Writing Lessons ($29.00) ●Portable Walls: Grammar on the Go ($7.00)




* Short Story (6th – 8th Grades)


Teacher: Jeanette Lord
This is a class that makes writing fun! Kids earn stickers as they learn about genre, conflict, villains, heroes, setting, and plot. We’ll have games and activities and learn a lot about the creative writing process. By the time they have a blank page in front of them, they have a detailed plan and lots of material to begin writing. SUPPLIES
- Wordsmith, New Edition, Grades 6-9, by Janie B Cheaney - This Notebook




* 5th Grade English Comp


Teacher: Samantha Floyd We will emphasize traditional grammar, as well as practice vital reference skills and step-by-step use of the Writing Process for eight different types of writing assignments, such as: compare-contrast essays, persuasive business letters, book reviews, and more. We will incorporate guided practice, independent practice, chapter reviews, cumulative reviews, and chapter tests, to reinforce key grammar concepts. Supplies: English 5 Worktext - Purchase Link Chapter tests and answer keys will be provided.




* Beginners Literature


Teacher: Jessica Miller It’s time to dive into a good book! Students will have weekly reading assignments to complete at home. Class time will be spent discussing the assigned reading along with introducing students to elements of literature such as plot, theme, symbolism, foreshadowing, etc. As well as answering vocabulary and comprehension questions over the text.
There will be a final test taken for each novel.

Novels: Summer of the Monkey’s/ The Children of Wilesden Lane/ Number the Stars/ The Best Christmas Pageant Ever/ Island of the Blue Dolphins/ Mrs. Frisby and the Rats of NIMH/ The City of Ember

Most literature guides used are either Total Language Plus or Progeny Press.

Supplies: $15 rental fee per semester for books




* Creative Writing


Teacher: Jeanette Lord
“I don’t know what to write about!” How often have you heard that one? Students will be given creative and fun writing prompts to get them started writing. They’ll learn elements of a short story and will be writing their own short stories quickly. Many stories will be written throughout the year. Students will also complete a weekly journal to personally express themselves. SUPPLIES Spiral Notebook
Pencil




* 6th Grade English Comp


Teacher: Samantha Floyd We will emphasize traditional grammar as well as practice with essential reference skills. Students will be taught a step-by-step introduction to the Writing Process for eight different types of writing assignments, such as personal narratives, newspaper editorials, historical fiction, and limericks. There will also be guided practice, independent practice, chapter reviews, cumulative reviews, and chapter tests, to reinforce key grammar concepts. Supplies: English 6 Worktext Purchase Link HERE Chapter tests and answer keys will be provided.




* Shurley English Level 6


Teacher: Amy Shipman This curriculum transformed our English/Grammar homeschool time. I am excited to get to share it with your students! Much of the assigned homework will include choices between 2-3 activities so that you can decide which your student needs and/or enjoys most! Below is an abridged explanation of a portion of the information from the Shurley English website to give you a better idea of the goals for this year. Making the Grammar & Writing connection: The unique features of Shurley English give students the concrete steps necessary to relate a definition to a concept, a concept to a skill practice, a skill practice to writing and, finally, writing to effective speaking. Competent writing begins with understanding correct sentence structure, expands to paragraphs, and results in the satisfaction of well-written essays, reports, and letters. Shurley English helps all types of learners begin to understand and (dare I say?) enjoy English grammar! :-o Using jingles, question/answer flow, sentence blueprints and sentence classifying skills, students learn to effectively write, listen and speak/present. Curriculum used: Shurley English Homeschool – Level 6 Supplies needed: *Please note* All supplies are consumable and will be written in by the student. · Shurley English Homeschool Workbook Level 6 Purchase Link HERE · Shurley English Level 6 Practice Booklet Purchase Link HERE · Composition notebook Purchase Link HERE Supply Fee: · $20 if I order these items and provide them to your student on the first day of class. OR… · $0 if parent provides items





Wednesday Electives

Quem pode fazer os cursos?


Todos! Nossos cursos visam à democratização da educação e da ciência. Sendo assim, todos são bem vindos!




Sou estudante acadêmico: estes cursos servem para mim?


Sim! Estes cursos são muito recomendados para quem é das áreas: - Biologia - Veterinária - Engenharia ambiental - Oceanografia - Qualquer outra área conectada à ambiental Além disso, você poderá usar os certificados para comprovar horas complementares e também como provar sua capacitação na área.




Sou estudante do Ensino Médio: estes cursos são recomendados para mim?


Sim! Nossos cursos visam a democratização das ciências marinhas!Alunos do ensino médio são muito bem vindos! Aqui você terá acesso ao conteúdos similares aos dos cursos de Graduação em Biologia. Os conteúdos aqui abordados também são muito frequentes em provas do Enem e em vestibulares.




Quanto tempo duram os cursos?


A carga horária total é de 12h. Ao final você receberá seu certificado pela própria plataforma. Você pode fazer no seu tempo, sem pressa! Seu acesso tem a validade de 1 ano a partir da compra.




Sou estudante de outra área: estes cursos servem para mim?


Sim! Nossos cursos visam a democratização das ciências marinhas! Estes cursos são muito recomendados para qualquer pessoa que tenha interesse na área ambiental marinha.




Estes cursos possuem certificados válidos?


Sim! Os cursos oferecem um certificado de conclusão de 12h, emitido automaticamente pela própria plataforma EaD, assinado pelo Prof. Dr. Douglas Peiró, Diretor Geral do Instituto de Biologia Marinha Bióicos. Além disso, você poderá usar os certificados para comprovar horas complementares e também como provar sua capacitação na área.





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