Now that the school year is coming to a close it is time to prepare for the upcoming school year. Don’t wait until the week before school starts. Start now! If you have not completed your college resume, we have an article you must read. Inside this article you will find all kinds of great information on writing and submitting college resume applications. Also, tips on getting started on your college resume, what to include in your college resume, and format options for your college resume.
And while you are at educationbug.org, you may also want to check out the new grammar article on nouns. The Noun Overview article contains information on noun word forms, common nouns, proper nouns, count nouns, non-count nouns, concrete nouns, abstract nouns, noun phrases, and how to form singular or plural nouns.
Acronyms are found all around us. An Acronym is an abbreviation of a word or phrase. There are some fields where acronyms are used on a regular basis, and are very prevalent. For example, the military uses such acronyms as NASA, ROTC, SGT, etc…The medical field is also known for their use of acronyms like HIV, EKG, MRI etc…And you cannot own or work on a computer without knowing some of their acronyms (CPU, .com, LOL etc…) Every single one of us use acronyms in our everyday lives, whether we realize it or not. We recently posted a grammar lesson article about acronyms that you may find interesting.
While you are there, check out our new math lesson article on multiplication. This article has great information on the basics of multiplication, multiplication tables, and how they work.
At educationbug.org we strive to continue to post articles that our readers will find interesting and educating.
Are you aware of the difference between patients vs. patience? Because they are pronounced the same many people do not stop to think about which spelling would be proper to use when writing a sentence. Educationbug.org is here to help you differentiate between patients and patience in our new grammar lesson article titled Patience vs. Patients. I think you will find this article very informative.
To go along with this article we have also posted an article on Homographs. Homographs are word that are spelled the same but pronounced differently, this includes such words as record, address, close, etc…Check it out, there are probably some you never even thought about.
Our recent article on Homeschool Social Studies will help you with your first steps in finding the social studies curriculum requirements, then help you formulate your lesson plans. The article also gives you tips and information on how to expand beyond the standard social studies curriculum.
A grammar lesson article was also posted to educationbug.org. This article contains the definitions of sit and set, it also compares sit vs. set and gives you examples of when each is the more appropriate word to use.
Keep checking back for more interesting articles, they are posted nearly every day : )
Concurrent Enrollment is a great opportunity for High School students to obtain college credit and experience a little bit of college life prior to graduating high school. Concurrent enrollment allows high school students to get take college level courses and get college credit while still enrolled in their high school. There are several different ways in which concurrent enrollment can be accomplished. Visit our latest article on Educationbug.org to get the details.
Also recently posted in our grammar lesson section is an article on sentences. This article covers different parts of a sentence as well as tips to avoid using incomplete or run-on sentences.