Early this morning, I added a new article to donnayoung.org. I know that yesterday I said I wanted to write about art, English, and science, but I have to write about high school. The article is about my daughter’s 11th grade English class notebook. She used the notebook daily; it was an essential part of her class.
Prior to writing the article, because I did not wake up thinking that I would write it, I was reading, Do You Need a Planner. Above the description of how my homeschool planner-book style changed over the years, I saw the mention of subject notebooks and that is how I came to write the article, High School Subject Notebook.
The article is rather short like all of my articles and you can read it here:
After writing the article and forcing myself not to write too much or go off the topic, I want to say more about the syllabus. I added a syllabus file along with the Garamond collection a few months ago. I call the file Class Planner. Homeschoolers who plan to continue through high school should learn about the parts of a class planner, in the style of a syllabus. I am sure some other topic will distract me tomorrow, but I plan to write about the syllabus eventually, before March. I should schedule that in my web site planner.