Lease a Grade 11 Online Kit and get access to all the following Distance Learning courses:
Distance Learning Online is homeschooling made easy. When you enroll your child in BJU Press’s online Distance Learning program, he can learn anytime, anywhere. All he needs is a computer and a high-speed internet connection, and he is ready to go. The student login allows access to engaging video lessons taught by expert teachers, online assessments (grades 5–12), progress-tracking features, and more. The best part is although you as a parent can log in and view your child’s progress and grades at any time, you are free to keep up with the rest of life.
When you purchase the Grade 11 Distance Learning Online Kit, you receive:
Register now! Your textbooks will be shipped right away. You will receive an email from BJU Press Distance Learning Online regarding login information for the online courses which will be available July 1, 2017. You will have through December 31, 2018 to complete your online learning program.
Traces American history from the time of European discovery to the 2000 election. See the influence of physical geography and the development of the free enterprise system.
Reviews the writing process - planning, drafting, revising and publishing. Create portfolios that include twelve distinct writing assignments. Participate in specific aspects of publishing.
Read chronologically through American literature from the 1600s to the present, focusing on four major literary periods: early American, Romantic, Realistic, and Modern.
Real world applications combined with problem-solving techniques result in dynamic opportunities for student success.
Focuses on the composition and structure of atoms. Students will learn about chemical structures, bonding, the names of substances and their formulas, and chemical equations.
Each subject includes a printed Student Worksheets/Handouts packet. An abridged Teacher’s Edition and other resources are available when you log in to bjupressonline.com.
|222141||United States History Student Text (3rd ed.)|
|129932||United States History Student Activities Manual (3rd ed.)|
|419085||Distance Learning Grade 11 United States History Handouts 3rd ed. 2017|
|420059||Distance Learning United States History Video Lesson Guide 2017|
|189696||Writing & Grammar 11 Student Worktext (2nd ed.)|
|419291||Distance Learning Grade 11 Writing & Grammar Handouts 2nd ed. 2017|
|419457||Distance Learning Writing & Grammar 11 Video Lesson Guide 2017|
|273714||American Literature Student Text (2nd ed.)|
|419309||Distance Learning Grade 11 American Literature Handouts 2nd ed. 2017|
|419465||Distance Learning American Literature 11 Video Lesson Guide 2017|
|414128||Distance Learning Grade 11 Algebra 2 Student Handouts 2016|
|414292||DLO Grade 11 Algebra 2 Video Lesson Guide 2016|
|279141||Algebra 2 Student Text (3rd ed.)|
|292425||Chemistry Student Text (4th ed.)|
|294173||Chemistry Student Lab Manual (4th ed.)|
|419317||Distance Learning Grade 11 Chemistry Handouts 4th ed. 2017|
|419473||Distance Learning Chemistry Video Lesson Guide 2017|
Mrs. Richmond has a degree in Math Education and has been a Christian school teacher for over 12 years. She met her husband in college, and they have two children, Ellie and Chase. Her goal is for students to see how they can use the math they are learning in everyday life.
Bill Harmon has loved science for as long as he can remember. After completing his B.S. in Chemistry, he returned to Florida where he gained experience teaching a variety of subjects: science, math, Latin, and computer courses. Now he works as a chemist in the Safety Services Office at BJU, teaches Distance Learning Physics and Algebra, and teaches Chemistry at Bob Jones Academy. He is currently pursuing an M.Ed. in Secondary Education. He and his wife Mary Ann have two children, Brian and Janette. His favorite Bible verse is II Timothy 3:14.
Sherri Vick previously taught various elementary and junior high grades. "I like to look at the picture as a whole—to relate one subject to another so that the child can see how God’s plan fits together. I want the child to want to learn, so the lessons have to be fun. Hands-on is the best way, so I don’t want the student to just watch, but participate too! One of my goals is that, after watching the lessons, your child will continue in the things he has learned and develop lifelong learning skills that he can use both now and in the future."
Dr. Seibert has over 15 years teaching experience in Christian education. She has grown up desiring to be a teacher, and she desires to instill in her students a love for learning. Her main goal in teaching grammar is to show how English follows a logical pattern. God’s Word states that "knowledge is easy unto him that understandeth" (Proverbs 14:6). Gaining knowledge is hard when a student does not understand what he is trying to learn. Therefore, understanding is the key to gaining knowledge. In teaching literature, Dr. Seibert desires to show the beauty of the English language in written form. The literary concepts of metaphors, allusions, symbols, etc., increase not only the enjoyment of a written work but also the impact of the message.
Miss Martini thoroughly enjoys reading and is excited about the opportunity to teach American literature and to share her love for the subject. "Ever since the fourth grade, I’ve never been more than a stone’s throw away from a book. During high school, my English teacher channeled my love for reading into a more disciplined approach which allowed me to glean much more from my reading. My goal for my students is that, even if they do not ‘love’ reading, they be able to develop the skills necessary to understand and explain the literature for themselves. These skills will allow them to develop a discerning eye toward whatever material they read. More importantly, my desire is that they apply these literature skills to their own personal Bible study. The Word of God can come alive to them in ways that they might not have experienced before taking this class. Having just completed the study of the elements of literature, it is now time that they begin to understand what the literature is saying and the purpose the authors had for their writings."
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