Very best Tips on how to Pattern Reading Lists
So you are taking care of your homeschool transcript and creating comprehensive records. It is all going well and the next thing on your to do list is a reading list. You acknowledge that including a reading list is a good strategy. A regularly asked question at that point is just what to include on that reading list. The reading list involves everything - the books you read through high school, each and every book you read for fun, and also every book you read for school. You can even include magazine subscriptions!
There are certain people who tend not to read a whole lot or perhaps struggle with reading. You can often fluff it up by including audio books. One more suggestion whenever you do not have an adequate amount of books that you have read personally is to include books that you read aloud.
If you are a prolific reader, then the odds of you capturing a 100% of the books that you read is quite slim. If you can capture 50% of the book that you read, you are going to be alright. I had two prolific readers, it was about the only thing they had in common. I wasn’t able to keep up with the books they read. They refused to keep a reading list as much as I cajoled them. About every two months I asked them to bring the books they had been reading and I stack them on the floor and I typed them in.
You won't be able to hit all the classics. When you think about it, a typical high school AP English course might read and go over two classic books a quarter. Your children are quite possibly reading more than that so I do not know that I would stress too much.
If you have a few classics per year then that is probably good; colleges care more that they have a balance of classics and more well known literature. If you are seeking a great books program or a great books college then they might care more about having some great books. Often they don't like for you to have read the book as it ruins it for the teachers.
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