11th Grade All-Subjects Package

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  • Title: American Government and Economics
  • Age Range: 16-18
  • Grade Range: 11
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Complete curriculum in one quick order.

Get our best recommendations for your eleventh grader (plus our best discount).

  • Your entire 11th grade homeschool curriculum for the year.
  • Daily lesson plans for the entire year.
  • A History / Bible / Literature program that integrates History, Geography, Bible, and Literature.
  • Language Arts, Science and Math.
  • Purchase this package and you'll get free shipping (lower 48), a one-year guarantee and other perks.

Breathe easy with this program we guarantee you'll love.

Success from the start—guaranteed!

Whether you are new to homeschooling or new to Sonlight, this Package will equip you to teach one child for an entire year while you prepare him or her for a lifetime of spiritual and academic success. To use this program with multiple children, simply add extra copies of the few consumable items and purchase each additional student their own skill-based programs (i.e. Math) as needed.

Includes everything you need to teach with confidence

All of the planning is done for you. Relax knowing you don't have to be an expert to give your child an excellent education with these 11th grade books. Simply follow our step-by-step Instructor's Guide.

Includes:

History, Geography, Bible reading and memorization, and Literature

(Includes History 400: American Government and Economics.)

Literature

(Includes Literature 400: American Literature)

Language Arts

This complete Language Arts program with daily lesson plans helps your children develop excellent written communication skills with this 11th grade reading list. (Includes Language Arts 400.)

Science

Hands-on Science with everything you need to teach successfully. This 11th Grade Science curriculum includes Science 450: Physics and the physics supplies kit.

Math

Math-U-See is carefully structured with step-by-step procedures: Introduce. Practice. Master. Review. Your student will actually teach the concept back to you before you move on. Use the included small colored, Lego-like pieces to help your student visualize the concepts. This 11th grade math program uses short videos help teach. You'll cover trigonometry, identities, polar equations, logarithms, sequences, limits and other topics to prepare for calculus. (Includes Math-U-See PreCalculus. Take a placement test to ensure you get the right level.)

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Daily Time Requirements:
Child: 6 - 8 hrs; Parent: 2 - 3 hrs

Instructor's Guides

History 420 Parent Guide (420-PG)

Get all the lesson plans and teaching helps you need to effectively teach History, Geography and Bible for the entire year.

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$54.99

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History 420 Student Guide (420-SG)

Get the daily schedule and tools your student needs for History, Geography, and Bible for the entire year.

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$32.99

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Literature 430 Parent Guide (430-PG)

Get all the lesson plans and teaching helps you need to effectively teach Literature and Language Arts for the entire year.

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$50.99

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Literature 430 Student Guide (430-SG)

Get the daily schedule and tools your student needs for Literature and Language Arts for the entire year.

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$27.99

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Bible

God and Politics (410-01)

Was America ever a Christian nation, and should it be one? Which Old Testament laws apply to civil life today? To what extent should the state tolerate non-Christian views and practices in the name of pluralism? More than a dozen contributors representing four positions on the biblical role of civil government ask and address these and other pertinent questions.

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$22.99

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Truth and Transformation (410-02)

Truth and Transformation holds out help, hope and healing — through the Gospel's foundational truths — for the woes of present-day Western society. An international scholar and visionary, the author unveils the transformative power of Jesus-centered thinking for every area of life, from morality to the economy to education and more.

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$17.99

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Eternity in Their Hearts (420-30)

The year is 1795, and deep in the jungles of Burma hundreds of tribesmen rush out to a clearing to greet a white-skinned stranger. Could he be the one to bring the book their forefathers lost so many centuries ago-the book that tells the secrets of Y'Wa, the Supreme God? Astonishingly, Yes!

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$15.99

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College Prep

Sonlight's Economics Program Instructor's Guide (670-01)

Demystify the world of Economics (macro and micro) far beyond any textbook.

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$34.99

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The Invisible Heart: An Economic Romance (670-02)

Can Modern Economics be practical... even emotional? Yes!

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$26.95

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Sonlight Personal Journal (670-03)

Tell your own story in this Personal Journal...

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$9.99

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Thinkwell Economics Internet Course (670-04)

An incredible Internet-based resource for teaching your high schoolers about Modern Economics—both macro and micro.

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$150.00

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Electives

Money, Possessions and Eternity (670-05)

A thorough study on what the Bible says about money

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$15.99

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History & Geography

The U.S. Supreme Court (420-01)

How do cases make their way to the Supreme Court? How do the justices come to their final decision? In this brief introductory text, a Pulitzer Prize winning journalist explains how the Supreme Court really works.

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$11.95

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Are You Liberal? Conservative? or Confused? (420-02)

Are You a Liberal? Conservative? or Confused? is part of the "Uncle Eric" series, where the author takes on the role of an economist writing a series of letters to his niece or nephew. Presented from the viewpoint of America's Founders, this book gives a clear, interesting explanation of political labels — what they mean, associated economic policies, the plans promoters have for your money and more.

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$12.95

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Selecting a President (420-03)

Selecting a President is a nuts-and-bolts look at the presidential electoral system. From the primaries to conventions to the election and Inauguaration Day, come along on the fascinating journey that begins in Iowa and New Hampshire and ends at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.

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$29.99

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The Complete Idiot's Guide to U.S. Government & Politics (420-04)

Our government works. This books tells you how. Step behind the curtain of bureaucracy and gain a true understanding of how the complex system functions. Learn more about the three branches of U.S. government, the role political parties play in democracy, the various roles of the president and more.

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$19.95

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Congress for Dummies (420-06)

If you've ever wondered how (and why) they do what they do in Washington D.C., this fun, friendly book on Congress will shed some light. You'll learn who the players are and get an insider's view on the processes, from legislation to lobbying, caucuses to coalitions and so much more.

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$19.99

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Basic American Government (420-10)

We looked at dozens of texts before settling with delight on this volume for our American government curriculum. It provides exactly the kind of basic outline we need for a high school civics class.

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$36.00

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Math

Math-U-See PreCalculus Instruction Manual/DVD (470-15)

The PreCalculus Instruction Pack contains the instruction manual with lesson-by-lesson instructions and detailed solutions, and the DVD with lesson-by-lesson video instruction.

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$85.00

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Math-U-See PreCalculus Student Workbook/Tests (470-16)

The PreCalculus Student Pack contains the Student Workbook with lesson-by-lesson worksheets and honors pages and the PreCalculus Tests.

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$41.00

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Readers / Literature

Black Like Me (420-15)

A white man darkens his skin to experience the black man's world in 1959.

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$9.99

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Up From Slavery (420-60)

Booker T. Washington was a devoutly Christian man who, as a former slave, treaded a dangerous middle ground in a time of racial backlash and disfranchisement.

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$12.00

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A Separate Peace (430-01)

During World War II, two students at a New England boarding school experience the dark, tragic side of adolescence. Intense, mesmerizing, and compelling coming-of-age tale. Powerful.

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$14.00

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Their Eyes Were Watching God (430-02)

A powerful tale of one woman's life. Set in black communities in the Deep South in the early 1900s, and told with a stunning, deeply moving, almost poetic prose. Hurston breathes life into her characters and lets them speak for themselves. A true literary classic.

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$16.99

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Ender's Game (430-03)

The thrilling tale of Ender, a child genius in training to become Earth's top military commander. Aliens have already attacked twice. Now, Ender must complete his training and be ready to command against the final invasion. The tender-hearted child brilliantly maneuvers through training school and leads his young teammates through increasingly-complex war games. But one question looms in everyone's mind: Is Ender Wiggin smart enough to save the planet?

An absorbing, accessible and relevant work of Science Fiction.

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$7.99

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Outliers (430-04)

Continuing a quest to explain us to ourselves, best-selling author Malcolm Gladwell turns his inquiring mind to outliers ? those individuals whose achievements surpass that of the masses. What, if anything, do they have in common? Can certain principles applied allow us to duplicate their success? A fascinating and provocative examination of human potential!

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$16.99

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Evidence Not Seen (430-05)

The true story of a young American missionary's courage and faith deep in the jungles of New Guinea during World War II, her imprisonment in a Japanese prison camp and miraculous survival.

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$14.99

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Teaching a Stone to Talk (430-06)

Pulitzer Prize?winning author Annie Dillard explores the natural world and human meaning in this compilation of deceptively simple essays reminiscent of Emily Dickinson and Thoreau.

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$14.99

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Death of a Salesman (430-07)

First performed onstage in 1949, author Arthur Miller's Pulitzer Prize winning drama continues to ask its audience some of life's most important questions, not the least of these, what is success? Through Willy Loman, an aging salesman and seeming failure at his vocational endeavors, the author paints the portrait of an American dreamer and tragic hero ... which may ultimately help each of us face our own hopes, dreams and losses.

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$14.00

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Fidelity (430-08)

Five stories set in the fictional town of Port William, Kentucky, reveal the author's deep love of and concern for nature and the land. Through his writings, we learn about the cyclic rhythms of the agrarian world, and about the interconnectedness of farm families to their past, to one another and to the soil that supports their living.

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$15.00

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How to Read a Book (430-09)

Originally published in 1940, now completely revised and updated, How to Read a Book is "the best and most successful guide to reading comprehension." Learn how to achieve the various levels of reading — from elementary reading, through systematic skimming and inspectional reading, to speed reading. Discover different techniques for reading practical books, plays, poetry, history, science, mathematics, philosophy and more.

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$16.99

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Adventures of Huckleberry Finn (430-10)

"Notice. Persons attempting to find a motive in this narrative will be prosecuted; persons attempting to find a moral in it will be banished; persons attempting to find a plot in it will be shot. -By order of the Author."

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$26.95

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Brave Companions (430-11)

In this masterful work of narrative history, a Pulitzer Prize?winning author with a gift for storytelling opens a window to the world, past and present, with a series of profiles about exceptional men and women whose lives reveal much that is timeless about the human condition.

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$17.00

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Elements of Style (430-12)

It's the "little book" that can have a BIG impact on your writing! The Elements of Style by Strunk and White is a classic manual that remains relevant today, it conveys the principles of English style with clear and concise explanations and examples. From elementary rules of usage and composition, to the most commonly misused words and expressions, it's a must-have reference tool for every writer's bookshelf.

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$9.95

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Best Short Stories of O. Henry (430-16)

This collection offers for readers' delight the thirty-eight 0. Henry stories honored almost unanimously by anthologists and that represent, in variety and balance, the best work of America's favorite storyteller.

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$24.00

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The Chosen (430-22)

In 1940s Brooklyn, an accident throws Reuven Malther and Danny Saunders together. Despite their differences (Reuven is a secular Jew with an intellectual, Zionist father; Danny is the brilliant son and rightful heir to a Hasidic rebbe), the young men form a deep friendship.

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$16.00

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The Grapes of Wrath (430-37)

Nobel Prize winner "The Grapes of Wrath" by John Steinbeck. "One of the greatest and most socially significant novels of the twentieth century."

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$18.00

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Jacob Have I Loved (430-40)

Louise knows that she should be proud of her beautiful twin Caroline. But she is convinced that, ever since they were born, Caroline has done nothing but take from her: their parents' love, Louise's hopes for an education, even her best and only friend.

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$8.99

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My Antonia (430-49)

H.L. Mencken once wrote, "No romantic novel ever written in America, by man or woman, is one half so beautiful as My Antonia."

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$7.95

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100 Best-Loved Poems (430-52)

This book on poetry includes some of the best-loved English and American verse of all time -- Rudyard Kipling's "If," Henry Wadsworth Longfellow's "The Village Blacksmith," John Keats' "Ode on a Grecian Urn," and many other classics that ensure hours of enjoyment whether read to oneself or shared aloud with one's family. Includes authors' pictures.

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$3.00

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Our Town (430-55)

Pulitzer Prize. One of the most popular American dramas of all time, Our Town recalls three time periods in the life of residents of a small Connecticut town. It calls us to focus on the "little things" of life.

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$14.99

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The Portable Poe (430-61)

Poe was perhaps the most melancholy and deeply brooding author in American history.

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$21.00

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The Scarlet Letter (430-64)

A study of the tension between public and private morality, The Scarlet Letter carved new paths in American literary technique and substance.

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$8.00

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On Writing Well (440-02)

On Writing Well by William Zinsser is the bible for anyone who wants to learn how to write and write well. Before you put pen to paper, pick up the classic guide to nonfiction writing. Learn the fundamental principles and gain insights from a distinguished writer, editor and teacher.

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$15.99

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Resources

3" Binder with Tabs (B050)

Organize all your homeschool papers in one sturdy and convenient binder. With tabs that match your Sonlight® History, Language Arts, and Science Instructor's Guides, you'll always know where to find each week's schedule, notes and study guides.

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$21.99

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Science

Physics Schedule Plus (450-01)

This schedule organizes all of the wonderful material in the Apologia series "Sonlight style" complete with manageable daily reading assignments, vocabulary exercises with answers, supplies and planning lists, and detailed suggestions for how to write up experiments for record keeping. S

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$19.99

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Physics Supplies Kit (450-15)

For use with Apologia's Exploring Creation with Physics.

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$22.99

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Exploring Creation with Physics, CD-ROM Version (450-21)

This CD-ROM version of Exploring Creation with Physics has all of the information found in the print version of the course, plus multimedia add-ons such as animations, videos, narrations, and audio pronunciation guides.

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$65.00

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Safety Glasses (SS301)

Safety glasses shield eyes from some of the dangers inherent in performing science experiments.

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$3.50

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Instructor's Guides

History 420 Student Guide (420-SG)

Get the daily schedule and tools your student needs for History, Geography, and Bible for the entire year.

Retail:
$32.99

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Literature 430 Student Guide (430-SG)

Get the daily schedule and tools your student needs for Literature and Language Arts for the entire year.

Retail:
$27.99

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Math

Math-U-See PreCalculus Student Workbook/Tests (470-16)

The PreCalculus Student Pack contains the Student Workbook with lesson-by-lesson worksheets and honors pages and the PreCalculus Tests.

Retail:
$41.00

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Resources

3" Binder with Tabs (B050)

Organize all your homeschool papers in one sturdy and convenient binder. With tabs that match your Sonlight® History, Language Arts, and Science Instructor's Guides, you'll always know where to find each week's schedule, notes and study guides.

Retail:
$21.99

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Science

Safety Glasses (SS301)

Safety glasses shield eyes from some of the dangers inherent in performing science experiments.

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$3.50

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Optional Language Arts Items

Language Arts

Wordly Wise 3000 Book 11 & Teacher's Key (440-35)

Add this for additional 11th Grade vocabulary practice.

Exercises ensure students are able to comprehend what they read when they run across the words in context, give students confidence that they can use the words in writing, and teach students the words' various meanings.

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$20.05

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Wordly Wise 3000 Book 12 & Teacher's Key (540-20)

Add this for additional 12th Grade vocabulary practice.

Exercises ensure students are able to comprehend what they read when they run across the words in context, give students confidence that they can use the words in writing, and teach students the words' various meanings.

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$20.05

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