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    unit 22: Over One Million U.S. Students Are Home-Schooled

    I'm Steve Ember with the VOA Special English Education Report.

    Last week, we told you about a .big honor.(1) for a California .teenager.(2) who is home-schooled. Sixteen-year-old Michael Viscardi of San Diego .won.(3) first prize in the Siemens Westinghouse .competition.(4) in Math, Science and Technology. He showed .solutions.(5) to a nineteenth-century .Math.(6) problem.

    Michael has been .schooled.(7) by his mother, who has a .doctorate.(8) in neuroscience. He also .worked on.(9) his project with a professor at a university.
    Home-schoolers have won other .honors.(10) including national competitions in .geography.(11) and.spelling.(12).

    The National Center for Education .Statistics.(13) did its .later.(14) research on home-schooling in two thousand three. Researchers .found that more than one million.(15) American students learned at home. That was more than two percent of the .school age.(16) population.

    The report said the number of home-schooled students.has increased.(17). In nineteen ninety-nine, about .eight hundred fifty thousand students.(18) were considered home-schooled. This .meant.(19) they were .taught.(20) at home instead of a school for at least part of their.education.(21). The students’ time .spent in.(22) public or private schools could not be more than twenty-five hours a week.

    Michael Viscardi, for example, has been taught mostly at home, but with .advanced math.(23) classes at a local university.

    The researchers .asked parents.(24) why they home-schooled their children. Thirty-one percent said the most important reason was .concerned about.(25) the environment of the local schools. Thirty percent said it was to provide.religious instruction.(26). Sixteen percent said they were not .satisfied with.(27) the quality of the instruction in the local schools.

    The Associated .Press.(28) recently .reported about.(29) an increase in the number of black Americans home-schooling their children. An education expert said .much of this increase.(30) was in .cities.(31) with histories of .racial.(32) tension. Also, some families .were concerned.(33) that local schools were not teaching about African-American history and culture.

    .Critics.(34) of home-schooling say children need to .attend.(35) school to help them learn.social skills.(36). They also say that some.home-schooled children do not get a very good education.(37). Still, all fifty states and the District of Columbia .permit.(38) home-schooling. But some require more .parent preparation.(39) or student .testing.(40) than other states do.

    This VOA Special English Education Report was written by Nancy Steinbach. Internet .users.(41) can read and listen to our reports at voaspecialenglish.com. I’m Steve Ember.
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    1. big honor
    2. teenager
    3. won
    4. competition
    5. solutions
    6. math
    7. schooled
    8. doctorate
    9. worked on
    10. honors
    11. geography
    12. spelling
    13. statistics
    14. later
    15. found that more than one million
    16. schoolage
    17. had increased
    18. 850,000 students
    19. meant
    20. taugt
    21. education
    22. spent in
    23. advanced math
    24. asked parents
    25. concerned about
    26. religious instruction
    27. satifed with
    28. press
    29. reported about
    30. much of these increase
    31. cities
    32. racial
    33. were concerned
    34. critics
    35. attend
    36. social skills
    37. home-schooled children do not get a very good education
    38. permit
    39. parent prepation
    40. testing
    41. users

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    unit 22: Over One Million U.S. Students Are Home-Schooled

    I'm Steve Ember with the VOA Special English Education Report.

    Last week, we told you about a big hounor(1) for a California teenager(2) who is home-schooled. Sixteen-year-old Michael Viscardi of San Diego won(3) first prize in the Siemens Westinghouse competition(4) in Math, Science and Technology. He showed solutions(5) to a nineteenth-century Math(6) problem.

    Michael has been schooled(7) by his mother, who has a doctor(8) in neuroscience. He also worked on(9) his project with a professor at a university.
    Home-schoolers have won other hounors(10) including national competitions in Geography(11) and Spelling(12).

    The National Center for Education Statitics(13) did its later(14) research on home-schooling in two thousand three. Researchers found that more an one million(15) American students learned at home. That was more than two percent of the school-aged(16) population.

    The report said the number of home-schooled students had increased(17). In nineteen ninety-nine, about eight hundred fifty thousand students(18) were considered home-schooled. This meant(19) they were taught(20) at home instead of a school for at least part of their education(21). The students’ time spent in(22) public or private schools could not be more than twenty-five hours a week.

    Michael Viscardi, for example, has been taught mostly at home, but with advance Math(23) classes at a local university.

    The researchers asked parents(24) why they home-schooled their children. Thirty-one percent said the most important reason was concerned about(25) the environment of the local schools. Thirty percent said it was to provide religious instruction(26). Sixteen percent said they were not satisfied with(27) the quality of the instruction in the local schools.

    The Associated Press(28) recently reported about(29) an increase in the number of black Americans home-schooling their children. An education expert said much of this increase(30) was in cities(31) with histories of racia(32) tension. Also, some families were concerned(33) that local schools were not teaching about African-American history and culture.

    Critics(34) of home-schooling say children need to attend(35) school to help them learn social skills(36). They also say that some
    home-schooled children do not get a very good education (37). Still, all fifty states and the District of Columbia permit(38) home-schooling. But some require more parent preparation(39) or student testing(40) than other states do.

    This VOA Special English Education Report was written by Nancy Steinbach. Internet users(41) can read and listen to our reports at voaspecialenglish.com. I’m Steve Ember.

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    unit 22: Over One Million U.S. Students Are Home-Schooled


    I'm Steve Ember with the VOA Special English Education Report.

    Last week, we told you about a big honor...(1) for a California teenager...(2) who is home-schooled. Sixteen-year-old Michael Viscardi of San Diego won...(3) first prize in the Siemens Westinghouse competition...(4) in Math, Science and Technology. He showed solution...(5) to a nineteenth-century math...(6) problem.

    Michael has been schooled...(7) by his mother, who has a ...(8) in neuroscience. He also well done...(9) his project with a professor at a university.
    Home-schoolers have won other honor...(10) including national competitions in geography...(11) and spelling...(12).

    The National Center for Education Statistics...(13) did its ...(14) research on home-schooling in two thousand three. Researchers found more than 1 million...(15) American students learned at home. That was more than two percent of the school late...(16) population.

    The report said the number of home-schooled students had increased...(17). In nineteen ninety-nine, about 850 thousand students...(18) were considered home-schooled. This math...(19) they were taught ...(20) at home instead of a school for at least part of their education...(21). The students’ time spent in...(22) public or private schools could not be more than twenty-five hours a week.

    Michael Viscardi, for example, has been taught mostly at home, but with advanced math...(23) classes at a local university.

    The researchers asked parents...(24) why they home-schooled their children. Thirty-one percent said the most important reason was concerned about...(25) the environment of the local schools. Thirty percent said it was to provide religous instructions...(26). Sixteen percent said they were not satisfied with...(27) the quality of the instruction in the local schools.

    The Associated pressed ...(28) recently ...(29) an increase in the number of black Americans home-schooling their children. An education expert said much of this increase...(30) was in city...(31) with histories of ratial...(32) tension. Also, some families were concerned...(33) that local schools were not teaching about African-American history and culture.

    Critic...(34) of home-schooling say children need to attend...(35) school to help them learn social skills...(36). They also say that some home- school children do not get a very good education...(37). Still, all fifty states and the District of Columbia permit...(38) home-schooling. But some require more parents preparation...(39) or student testing...(40) than other states do.

    This VOA Special English Education Report was written by Nancy Steinbach. Internet users...(41) can read and listen to our reports at voaspecialenglish.com. I’m Steve Ember.
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    Post Cho em nộp bi ạ!!!!!!!!!!^^

    1.big honour
    2.teenager
    3.won
    4.Competition
    5.solutions
    6.math
    7.schooled
    8.doctorate
    9.worked on
    10.honours
    11.Geography
    12.Spelling
    13.
    14.latest
    15.found that more than one million
    16.school-age
    17.had increased
    18.850.000 students
    19.meant
    20.talked
    21.education
    22.spent in
    23.advanced math
    24.asked parents
    25.concerned about
    26.religious instruction
    27.satisfied with
    28.Press
    29.reported about
    30.much of these increase
    31.cities
    32.racial
    33.were concerned
    34.Critics
    35.attend
    36.social skills
    37.home-schooled children do not get a very good education
    38.permit
    39.parent preparation
    40.testing
    41.users/


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    My answer:
    1.big honour
    2.teenager
    3.won
    4.competition
    5.solutions
    6.math
    7.school
    8.doctorate
    9.work on
    10.honours
    11.geography
    12.spelling
    13.satistics
    14.later that
    15.found more than one million
    16.shoolate
    17.has increased
    18.850.000
    19.meaned
    20.talked
    21.education
    22.spent in
    23.advance math
    24.asked parents
    25.concerned about
    26.related instruction
    27.satisfied
    28.press
    29.reported about
    30.much of increases
    31.in cities
    32.racer
    33.were concerned
    34.critics
    35.attend
    36.social skill
    37.home shooled children do not get a very good education
    38.permit
    39.parent preparation
    40.testing
    41.user


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    Mặc định oh my listening skill!too bad

    I'm Steve Ember with the VOA Special English Education Report.

    Last week, we told you about a… big honour..(1) for a California …teenager...(2) who is home-schooled. Sixteen-year-old Michael Viscardi of San Diego ..one.(3) first prize in the Siemens Westinghouse .Competition..(4) in Math, Science and Technology. He showed .solution..(5) to a nineteenth-century .math..(6) problem.

    Michael has been .schooled..(7) by his mother, who has a ...(8) in neuroscience. He also .work_done..(9) his project with a professor at a university.
    Home-schoolers have won other .honour..(10) including national competitions in .geography..(11) and.spelling..(12).

    The National Center for Education .Statistic..(13) did its .later..(14) research on home-schooling in two thousand three. Researchers .found that more than one million..(15) American students learned at home. That was more than two percent of the school age...(16) population.

    The report said the number of home-schooled students.had increased..(17). In nineteen ninety-nine, about .850 hundred..(18) were considered home-schooled. This .means..(19) they were .taught..(20) at home instead of a school for at least part of their.education..(21). The students’ time .spent in..(22) public or private schools could not be more than twenty-five hours a week.

    Michael Viscardi, for example, has been taught mostly at home, but with .advanced math..(23) classes at a local university.

    The researchers .and parents..(24) why they home-schooled their children. Thirty-one percent said the most important reason was .concerned about..(25) the environment of the local schools. Thirty percent said it was to provide.religious instructure..(26). Sixteen percent said they were not .satisfied with..(27) the quality of the instruction in the local schools.

    The Associated thread...(28) recently .reported about..(29) an increase in the number of black Americans home-schooling their children. An education expert said .much of this increase..(30) was in ...(31) with histories of .race..(32) tension. Also, some families were concerned...(33) that local schools were not teaching about African-American history and culture.

    Critic...(34) of home-schooling say children need to .attend..(35) school to help them learn.social skill..(36). They also say that some..home_schooled.(37). Still, all fifty states and the District of Columbia .promise..(38) home-schooling. But some require more .parent preparation..(39) or student .testing..(40) than other states do.

    This VOA Special English Education Report was written by Nancy Steinbach. Internet .users..(41) can read and listen to our reports at voaspecialenglish.com. I’m Steve Ember.
    Sửa l̀n cúi bởi HanhTeen : 28-03-2007 lúc 12:45 AM


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    Mặc định unit 22: Over One Million U.S. Students Are Home-Schooled

    1. big honour
    2. teenager
    3. won
    4. competition
    5. solutions
    6. math
    7. schooled
    8. doctorate
    9. worked on
    10. honours
    11. Geography
    12. Spelling
    13. Statistics
    14. latest
    15. found that more than one million
    16. school age
    17. has increased
    18. eigh hundreds fifty thousands students
    19. meant
    20. taught
    21. education
    22. spent in
    23. advanced math
    24. asked parents
    25. concerned about
    26. . …instruction
    27. satisfied with
    28. Express
    29. reported about
    30. much of the increases
    31. cities
    32. racial
    33. were concerned
    34. Critics
    35. attend
    36. social skills
    37. home-schooled children do not get a very good education
    38. permit
    39. parents preparation
    40. testing
    41. users.
    Sửa l̀n cúi bởi banmail : 29-03-2007 lúc 01:49 AM


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    unit 22: Over One Million U.S. Students Are Home-Schooled
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    or use gmail (name: listening.dethi; pss: lovelymaroon)

    I'm Steve Ember with the VOA Special English Education Report.

    Last week, we told you about a ...BIG HONOR[/COLOR](1) for a California ...(2)TEENAGER who is home-schooled. Sixteen-year-old Michael Viscardi of San Diego ...(3) first prize in the Siemens Westinghouse ...(4)competition in Math, Science and Technology. He showed ...(5)solutions to a nineteenth-century ...(6)map problem.

    Michael has been ...(7)schooler by his mother, who has a ...(8)darkless(?) in neuroscience. He also ...(9)work done his project with a professor at a university.
    Home-schoolers have won other ...(10)honor including national competitions in ...(11)geography and...(12)spelling.

    The National Center for Education ...(13)statistics did its ...(14)later research on home-schooling in two thousand three. Researchers ...(15)found American students learned at home. That was more than two percent of the ...(16)schooler population.

    The report said the number of home-schooled students...(17)had increased. In nineteen ninety-nine, about ...(18)850000 students were considered home-schooled. This ...(19)man they were ...(20)talked at home instead of a school for at least part of their...(21)education. The students time ...(22)spent public or private schools could not be more than twenty-five hours a week.

    Michael Viscardi, for example, has been taught mostly at home, but with ...(23)advance map classes at a local university.

    The researchers ...(24)asked parents why they home-schooled their children. Thirty-one percent said the most important reason was ...(25)concern about the environment of the local schools. Thirty percent said it was to provide...(26)religious instruction. Sixteen percent said they were not ...(27)satisfy the quality of the instruction in the local schools.

    The Associated ...(28)press recently ...(29)reported about an increase in the number of black Americans home-schooling their children. An education expert said ...(30)must was in ...(31)increase with histories of ...(32)racial tension. Also, some families ...(33)concern that local schools were not teaching about African-American history and culture.

    ...(34)critic of home-schooling say children need to ...(35)attend school to help them learn...(36)social skills. They also say that some...(37)home school childtren do not got a very good copetition. Still, all fifty states and the District of Columbia ...(38)promise home-schooling. But some require more ...(39)parents preparation or student ...(40)testing than other states do.

    This VOA Special English Education Report was written by Nancy Steinbach. Internet ...(41) can read and listen to our reports at voaspecialenglish.com. Im Steve Ember.[/QUOTE]


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    Mặc định

    1.big honor
    2.teenager
    3.won
    4.competition
    5.solution
    6.math
    7.schooled
    8.doctorage
    9.worked on
    10.honor
    11.geography
    12.spelling
    13.statistics
    14.latest
    15.found more than one million
    16.shoolage
    17.had increased
    18.850.000 students
    19.man
    20.told
    21.education
    22.spent in
    23.advanced math
    24.asked parents
    25.concered about
    26.religous instruction
    27.satisfied with
    28.Press
    29.reported
    30.much of the increase
    31.cities
    32.racial
    33.were concered
    34.critic
    35.attend
    36.social skills
    37.home-schooled children do not get a very good education
    38.permit
    39.parents' preparation
    40.testing
    41.users


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