From personal possessions, stocks, banks, government institutions, and others, the result of this downturn has caused funding to diminish and small companies, corporations, government institutions, and social programs to dissipate. One institution that took a significant blow was the education system.
With a passing score on the assessment, your student may skip the Homeschool Connections prerequisite writing courses. Anyone can take the assessment and get results in a report, with high-level feedback from a professional and recommendations for further study.
Who is the assessment for? The assessment is for high school students or advanced middle school students. How does it work? There are three parts to this assessment. Your student will take a multiple-choice test, write a short essay, and answer questions in a questionnaire.
Once completed, the Assessment Coordinator scores your work and contacts you with feedback and results. What is in the assessment? Your student clicks on the clearly marked link and takes the test online.
Each question provides five possible answers. Your student identifies correct and incorrect punctuation and grammar and answers questions regarding correct writing in paragraph and essay form.
Your student chooses the best answer and moves to the next question until all 40 questions are completed. When complete, the test is automatically scored and explanations are provided. Grading is measured by the Advanced Placement type scoring system of 1 to 5, a 1 being low and a 5 being high, with a grade of 4 as passing for this assessment.
Within two weeks, the Assessment Coordinator sends you a report with areas of competence and areas that need practice, to master specific skills. This test uses the American English rules for punctuation and grammar, including comma usage.
The test also follows the most recent guidelines for punctuation and grammar for the following academic style guides: If you reside outside of the United States, please note that your use of commas and placement may be different from American English.
What is the cost? We are enrolled in Recorded Courses and will do as much as we can with the suggested course of study. I wish we had known of Homeschool Connections sooner!
This is so very helpful to us as we continue on our journey. The assessment you provided is thorough and professional, done with excellence. We have enrolled [our student] in the and writing classes.
I appreciate your help. I will register [my student] for Unlimited Access so she can work through the HS and courses. How long will the tests take? The time that the test takes depends on your student. Who grades the test? Who grades the essay? Heki has both education and experience in teaching and supervising teachers in AP English Language and Composition.
Heki is also a course grader with Homeschool Connections writing courses and a professional editor. How is the information on the questionnaire used? Recommendations will be sent to you in a final report within two weeks of obtaining all of your information.
To pass out of the Rhetoric and Writing course, the student must obtain a "clean essay" comparable to a score of 4 on the AP English Language and Composition courses. Is there anything else to do after the test is completed?
When all sections of the assessment are completed -- the test, the essay, and the questionnaire—you will email Mrs. To receive your final report, this step must be completed.
What will the report look like? You will receive a Final Report noting scores in the quiz and comments on the essay. Strengths and weaknesses will be noted; suggestions for improvement will also be added. Your final report will be in paragraph form. Beyond using it for HSC class placement, what can I do with this assessment?Homeschooling vs.
Public School Homeschooling vs. public school has been a public debate for quite a while now. Some parents choose homeschooling because of the protection their child gains and some choose public education because of the atmosphere.
apparent that the number of parents deciding to home school their children is on the rise. “The number of home-educated students in America is estimated between million and million and over the last two decades, home education has grown consistently at a rate of 7 percent to 15 Home Schooled vs.
Public Schooled. Homeschooling seems one of the options, but what are its advantages and disadvantages if compared to public schools?
The main positive point of homeschooling is that parents can control the surrounding and eliminate negative influence. apparent that the number of parents deciding to home school their children is on the rise. “The number of home-educated students in America is estimated between million and million and over the last two decades, home education has grown consistently at a rate of 7 percent to 15 Home Schooled vs.
Public Schooled. Homeschooling consists of a child being educated by parents and/or tutors within the home setting, as opposed to going to a public facility in order to receive a standardized education from /5(3).
There are three popular ways to gain an education: public school, private school, and home school. Out of all three, public school is the most popular.