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From: Jackie (
Subject:         World Lit suggestions
Date: September 2, 2009 at 4:14 pm PST

Hi all. My son is in 11th grade and in need of World Lit. I had planned on having him do it along with his brother through the Notgrass World History course. My dilemma is, he already did world history in 9th grade, so he doesn't need the whole course again. However, Notgrass has combined all of their tests together in the World History curriculum (unlike American History, where they had separate tests for History, Bible, and English). Any suggestions on what to do? One thought was using some of the books from Notgrass with the progeny press study guides. Would this be enough for a credit?

Also, do I need to add grammar to get full credit? He is using WW 3000 and Spelling Power. However, last year all he used was the Notgrass Am. Lit. Will I be in trouble for not doing any added grammar last year?

Thanks in advance!

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