The A-Z of how to homeschool when you can’t. Duties for all comments.

Duties needing to be fulfilled for comments before they are tossed to their respective ‘level editors’. 

These are duties that apply to comments in general .   You may take on as many duties as you can handle but they do not all need to be fulfilled by the same person.     That said, these are the things that need doing for each comment:

Ensure that each comment contains ALL of the following:

1a)A link to the blogpost in question.
1b)That the title of said blogpost is some variation on ‘I can’t homeschool because [chosen topic] or ‘How to homeschool when you can’t because [chosen topic].
1c)A topic in bold with the letter which that topic falls under also in bold.
1d)Which level/version (basic/standard/expert) the commenter is submitting a blog post for – this should also be in bold.

Where the commenter is writing for the basic version

-Double check (the commenter should have checked it first) that a K-3rd reading grade text level has been passed through a calculator for reading grade level of 4th and below and is no harder than 3rd grade reading level but it may be easier.  Pass the result on to the level editors for the basic version.

-Double & Triple checking blog posts (first check performed by submitter)  written at 4th grade reading level.  Simply pass it through a 4th grade and below calculator and a 4th grade and above calculator and ensure it comes out as a 4th grade reading level. Pass the  result on to the level editors for the basic version.

-Double check (the commenter should have checked it first) that a 5th-7th reading grade text level has been passed through a calculator of  4th grade reading level or above and has come out as a 5th/6th or 7th reading grade level. Pass the result on to the level editors for the basic version.

-Rejecting any text written at 8th grade reading level or above for the basic version.

Tossing comments to the relevant level editors for further review.

 

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