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Capture Foreign Language Proficiency

Those crazy homeschoolers, learning things like Spanish before high school!
Hey, it can happen, and it's not a bad thing at all!

Capture Foreign Language Proficiency


If you find that your child has completed some foreign language before high school, it might be helpful to take a subject test.  Let me use Spanish, for an example. If your child has already learned Spanish, what can you do next?

 

 

There are two other kinds of subject tests that are more challenging. These are actually college level exams.

  1. The AP exam is sort of an honors level essay test. The AP Spanish Language and Culture Exam

  2. Or you could consider the Computer-based CLEP Exam for Spanish CLEP Spanish Language Test 


You can read more about foreign language here: Teaching Tips for Foreign Language

If you would like to talk about foreign language, or anything about homeschooling high school, consider joining the Gold Care Club. That way you will get a 20 minute consultation every week, by phone or by email, plus a monthly webinar where you can ask me questions as well. The Gold Care Club is $67 per month.  You can read about the Gold Care Club here: http://www.thehomescholar.com/gold-care-club.php

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Comments 2

Guest - Judith on Friday, 22 August 2014 09:04

Can you advise on French - we have been using Rosetta stone and whilst good, it's limited in it's explanations for folks not proficient in the language. I.e beyond Rosetta.....much out there for Spanish not so French other than Bob Jones.
THanks

Can you advise on French - we have been using Rosetta stone and whilst good, it's limited in it's explanations for folks not proficient in the language. I.e beyond Rosetta.....much out there for Spanish not so French other than Bob Jones. THanks
Guest - Assistant to The HomeScholar on Friday, 22 August 2014 09:12

Dear Judith,
Lee has made some recommendations it her article Teaching Tips for Foreign Language, but ultimately it's how your children best learn that will determine what's best for you.
Robin
Assistant to The HomeScholar

Dear Judith, Lee has made some recommendations it her article Teaching Tips for Foreign Language, but ultimately it's how your children best learn that will determine what's best for you. Robin Assistant to The HomeScholar
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