6th-9th Grade Homeschool Class Offerings 2019-2020

I’m very excited about two new classes that I’m offering for 6th to 9th graders in 2019-2020. All my classes are held at home in downtown Waxhaw near the Waxhaw library. Level 1 (6th-7th) classes will be held Tuesdays. Level II (8th-9th) class will be on Thursdays. Click HERE to register.

Writing for Muggles is a 0.5-0.75* credit course held 1 hr/wk. This writing class uses students’ love of the Harry Potter series as a springboard for studying grammar, sentence composition, and literary essays. Financial information is here. Click here to see a full course description.

Global Humanities is a 1.5-1.75** credit course held 1.5/1.75 hrs/wk. This humanities class covers world geography, history, literature, religions, and culture in six 5- week geographically organized unit studies, excluding North America. Financial information is here. Click here to see a full course description.

Writing and Humanities combined are 2-2.5*** credits held approximately 3 hours per week. A significant discount is given for students taking both courses. Check it out on the Financial Information page.

Single Unit Option is a chance to take 5 weeks of either course with no commitment. If space in the class permits, you may choose to just participate for one unit, or try out the class for 5 weeks without commitment.

Here is the sample outline for the year.

To find out more about me and my classroom philosophy, check out FAQ about Classes with Mrs. Ryder.

Feel free to contact me with any specific questions.

 

*This course does not have an on grade level literature component, so that aspect will need supplementation–more for older students, less for younger students.

**This course does not have a language arts and composition component, so that aspect will need supplementation–more for older students, less for younger students.

***When combined, Level I courses are sufficient for a full Language Arts, Literature, and Social Studies credit for middle school. Level II courses are sufficient for a full high school History and English credit.