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AO for Groups Form 3 C Schedule - AmblesideOnline.org

AmblesideOnline for Groups Form 3 C:
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Week 1
Bible
Mere Christianity Preface
Arnold-Forster ch 50 Parliament Dress--Dwellings--Schools--The Calendar: Parliament in Tudor Times.
Arnold-Forster ch 50 Parliament Dress--Dwellings--Schools--The Calendar: Dresses and Houses.
Arnold-Forster ch 50 Parliament Dress--Dwellings--Schools--The Calendar: Colleges and Schools.
     or Churchill The New World ch 11 The United Crowns to "who could say he was acting illegally?"
A Coffin for King Charles ch 1 Prologue pg 1-6
Kon Tiki ch 1 A Theory
Utopia, Paul Turner's translation: Introduction pg xi-xxiii
The Holy War (spread readings over the year)
Whatever Happened to Justice Introduction
The History of English Literature ch 42 Spenser - "The Faery Queen"
Westward Ho! ch 1 OR I Promessi Sposi ch 1, 2
Chemical History of a Candle (with study guide) Lecture 1 Part 1
Adventures with a Microscope: Introduction (for those who are new to this book)
Shakespeare Sonnet XVIII 18
Copywork 4 or 5 times per week
Grammar
Math 4 or 5 times per week
Recitation
Foreign Language
Correspond history readings with a timeline and map
Grammar (students may be working at different levels)
Ten minutes of map drills each week
Nature Study
Art
Handicrafts
The term's Composer Study (Music Appreciation)
This term's Picture Study (Art Appreciation)
Sing this month's folksong and hymn
Plutarch's Lives - follow AO's Plutarch rotation
Shakespeare - follow AO's Shakespeare Rotation
Keep up with current events
The Fallacy Detective (students may be working through this at their own pace)
How to Read a Book (students may be working through this at their own pace)

Week 2
Bible
Mere Christianity Book 1 ch 1 The Law of Human Nature
Arnold-Forster ch 50 Parliament Dress--Dwellings--Schools--The Calendar: Colleges and Schools.
Arnold-Forster ch 50 Parliament Dress--Dwellings--Schools--The Calendar: Old Style and New Style, The Change in the Calendar.
Part Five The Stuarts: Note
     or Churchill The New World ch 11 The United Crowns from "At this piont the Common lawyers," to end of ch.
A Coffin for King Charles ch 2 The Grand Delinquent pg 7-14
Utopia, Paul Turner's translation: pg 5-10: poem, Letters to Peter Giles
The Holy War (spread readings over the year)
Whatever Happened to Justice ch 1 The Cause Is Law
Francis Bacon Essay: Of Truth
The History of English Literature ch 43 Spenser - His Last Days
Westward Ho! first half of ch 2 OR I Promessi Sposi ch 3, 4
Lay of the Land ch 13 An Account with Nature, first half
Signs and Seasons: Introduction (for those new to this book) and field work
Adventures with a Microscope: choose 4 adventures this term
First Studies of Plant Life ch 15 The Living Plant Forms Starch (spread over 2 weeks)
Chemical History of a Candle (with study guide) Lecture 1 Part 2
Roar on the Other Side ch 7 Sonnet, Haiku, Syllabic Verse (work through this over the next two weeks)
Shakespeare Sonnet XXIX 29
Copywork 4 or 5 times per week
Grammar
Math 4 or 5 times per week
Recitation
Foreign Language
Correspond history readings with a timeline and map
Grammar (students may be working at different levels)
Ten minutes of map drills each week
Nature Study
Art
Handicrafts
The term's Composer Study (Music Appreciation)
This term's Picture Study (Art Appreciation)
Sing this month's folksong and hymn
Plutarch's Lives - follow AO's Plutarch rotation
Shakespeare - follow AO's Shakespeare Rotation
Keep up with current events
The Fallacy Detective (students may be working through this at their own pace)
How to Read a Book (students may be working through this at their own pace)

Week 3
Bible
Mere Christianity Book 1 ch 2 Some Objections
Arnold-Forster ch 51 James Stuart, King of England, Scotland, and Ireland: How a Stuart became King of England,
Arnold-Forster ch 51 James Stuart, King of England, Scotland, and Ireland: The New King and His Subjects.
     or Churchill The New World ch 12 The Mayflower to "Such was the founding of New England."
A Coffin for King Charles ch 2 The Grand Delinquent pg 14-22 to "Army invoked."
Kon Tiki ch 2 An Expedition is Born (first half)
Utopia, Paul Turner's translation: Book 1 pg 11-13: Letter to Busleiden
The Holy War (spread readings over the year)
Whatever Happened to Justice ch 2 A Higher Authority
Westward Ho! second half of ch 2 OR I Promessi Sposi ch 5
Lay of the Land ch 13 An Account with Nature, second half
Signs and Seasons Prologue The Sky Above: schedule over the term with field work (for those new to the book)
First Studies of Plant Life ch 15 The Living Plant Forms Starch (spread over 2 weeks)
Shakespeare Sonnet XXX 30
Copywork 4 or 5 times per week
Grammar
Math 4 or 5 times per week
Recitation
Foreign Language
Correspond history readings with a timeline and map
Grammar (students may be working at different levels)
Ten minutes of map drills each week
Nature Study
Art
Handicrafts
The term's Composer Study (Music Appreciation)
This term's Picture Study (Art Appreciation)
Sing this month's folksong and hymn
Plutarch's Lives - follow AO's Plutarch rotation
Shakespeare - follow AO's Shakespeare Rotation
Keep up with current events
The Fallacy Detective (students may be working through this at their own pace)
How to Read a Book (students may be working through this at their own pace)

Week 4
Bible
Mere Christianity Book 1 ch 3 The Reality of the Law
Arnold-Forster ch 51 James Stuart, King of England, Scotland, and Ireland: The Doctrine of Divine Right.
Arnold-Forster ch 51 James Stuart, King of England, Scotland, and Ireland: The Beginning of Troubles.
Arnold-Forster ch 51 James Stuart, King of England, Scotland, and Ireland: The Pilgrim Fathers.
     or Churchill The New World ch 12 The Mayflower from "For ten years afterwards" to end of ch.
A Coffin for King Charles ch 2 The Grand Delinquent pg 22-29 to "who shall give it."
Journal of Plymouth Settlers: to "some mattocks and spades with them." (pg 1-10)
Kon Tiki ch 2 An Expedition is Born (last half)
Utopia, Paul Turner's translation: Book 1 pg 15- end of 19
The Holy War (spread readings over the year)
Whatever Happened to Justice ch 3 A Higher Law
Westward Ho! ch 3 OR I Promessi Sposi ch 6
The History of English Literature ch 44 About the First Theaters
Chemical History of a Candle (with study guide) Lecture 2 Part 1
Shakespeare Sonnet LIII 53
Copywork 4 or 5 times per week
Grammar
Math 4 or 5 times per week
Recitation
Foreign Language
Correspond history readings with a timeline and map
Grammar (students may be working at different levels)
Ten minutes of map drills each week
Nature Study
Art
Handicrafts
The term's Composer Study (Music Appreciation)
This term's Picture Study (Art Appreciation)
Sing this month's folksong and hymn
Plutarch's Lives - follow AO's Plutarch rotation
Shakespeare - follow AO's Shakespeare Rotation
Keep up with current events
The Fallacy Detective (students may be working through this at their own pace)
How to Read a Book (students may be working through this at their own pace)

Week 5
Bible
Mere Christianity Book 1 ch 4 What Lies Behind the Law
Arnold-Forster ch 51 James Stuart, King of England, Scotland, and Ireland: The Gunpowder Plot.
Arnold-Forster ch 51 James Stuart, King of England, Scotland, and Ireland: James Quarrels with the House of Commons.
Arnold-Forster ch 51 James Stuart, King of England, Scotland, and Ireland: The Ancestors of King Edward VII.
Arnold-Forster ch 51 James Stuart, King of England, Scotland, and Ireland: The Translation of the Bible.
     or Churchill The New World ch 13 Charles I and Buckingham to "but as an admonition.""
Journal of Plymouth Settlers: from "The next morning we followed" to "Wednesday the 27 we" (pg 10-17)
A Coffin for King Charles ch 2 The Grand Delinquent pg 29-36 to "between Parliament and the Army."
Utopia, Paul Turner's translation: Book 1 pg 19-to middle of 24
The Holy War (spread readings over the year)
Whatever Happened to Justice ch 4 Two Kinds of Law
Westward Ho! ch 4 (a little longer) OR I Promessi Sposi ch 7
First Studies of Plant Life ch 16 The Work Done by Plants in Making Starch (spread over 2 weeks)
Signs and Seasons ch 4 The Sun's Motion: schedule over the term with field work
Chemical History of a Candle (with study guide) Lecture 2 Part 2
Shakespeare Sonnet LIV 54
Copywork 4 or 5 times per week
Grammar
Math 4 or 5 times per week
Recitation
Foreign Language
Correspond history readings with a timeline and map
Grammar (students may be working at different levels)
Ten minutes of map drills each week
Nature Study
Art
Handicrafts
The term's Composer Study (Music Appreciation)
This term's Picture Study (Art Appreciation)
Sing this month's folksong and hymn
Plutarch's Lives - follow AO's Plutarch rotation
Shakespeare - follow AO's Shakespeare Rotation
Keep up with current events
The Fallacy Detective (students may be working through this at their own pace)
How to Read a Book (students may be working through this at their own pace)

Week 6
Bible
Mere Christianity Book 1 ch 5 We Have Cause to Be Uneasy
Arnold-Forster ch 51 James Stuart, King of England, Scotland, and Ireland: The Union with Scotland, and the Plantation of Ulster.
     or Churchill The New World ch 13 Charles I and Buckingham from "It must not be supposed that all the wrongdoing" to end of ch.
Journal of Plymouth Settlers: from "Thursday the 28 of December" to "Carver a man well approved" (pg 17-25)
A Coffin for King Charles ch 2 The Grand Delinquent pg 36-43 to end of chapter
Kon Tiki ch 3 To South America (first quarter of the ch)
Utopia, Paul Turner's translation: Book 1 pg 24-to end of 28
Francis Bacon Essay: Of Revenge
The Holy War (spread readings over the year)
Whatever Happened to Justice ch 5 The Two Fundamental Laws
Westward Ho! first half of ch 5 OR I Promessi Sposi ch 8
Social Life of Insects ch 5--The Mantis: The Chase, first half
First Studies of Plant Life ch 16 The Work Done by Plants in Making Starch (spread over 2 weeks)
The History of English Literature ch 45 Shakespeare - The Boy
Shakespeare Sonnet LVII 57
Copywork 4 or 5 times per week
Grammar
Math 4 or 5 times per week
Recitation
Foreign Language
Correspond history readings with a timeline and map
Grammar (students may be working at different levels)
Ten minutes of map drills each week
Nature Study
Art
Handicrafts
The term's Composer Study (Music Appreciation)
This term's Picture Study (Art Appreciation)
Sing this month's folksong and hymn
Plutarch's Lives - follow AO's Plutarch rotation
Shakespeare - follow AO's Shakespeare Rotation
Keep up with current events
The Fallacy Detective (students may be working through this at their own pace)
How to Read a Book (students may be working through this at their own pace)

Week 7
Bible
Mere Christianity Book 2 ch 1 Rival Conceptions of God
Arnold-Forster ch 52 Charles I--How the King angered the Parliament: Cavaliers and Roundheads.
     or Churchill The New World ch 14 The Personal Rule to "no one appears to have foreseen the consequences."
Journal of Plymouth Settlers: from "A JOURNEY TO POKANOKET" to "being dead he lay buried." (pg 26-35)
A Coffin for King Charles ch 3 Grandees, Presbyterians and Levellers pg 45-52 to "nearly as large."
Kon Tiki ch 3 To South America (second quarter of the ch)
Utopia, Paul Turner's translation: Book 1 pg 28-to middle of 33
The Holy War (spread readings over the year)
Whatever Happened to Justice ch 6 Enforcement of Early Common Law; ch 7 How Do We Know If It's Law?
Westward Ho! second half of ch 5 OR I Promessi Sposi ch 9
Social Life of Insects ch 5--The Mantis: The Chase, second half
First Studies of Plant Life ch 17 The Kind of Gas Which Plants Give Off While Making Starch
Chemical History of a Candle (with study guide) Lecture 3 Part 1
Roar on the Other Side ch 8 More Formalities (work through this over the next two weeks)
Shakespeare Sonnet LXXIII 73
Copywork 4 or 5 times per week
Grammar
Math 4 or 5 times per week
Recitation
Foreign Language
Correspond history readings with a timeline and map
Grammar (students may be working at different levels)
Ten minutes of map drills each week
Nature Study
Art
Handicrafts
The term's Composer Study (Music Appreciation)
This term's Picture Study (Art Appreciation)
Sing this month's folksong and hymn
Plutarch's Lives - follow AO's Plutarch rotation
Shakespeare - follow AO's Shakespeare Rotation
Keep up with current events
The Fallacy Detective (students may be working through this at their own pace)
How to Read a Book (students may be working through this at their own pace)

Week 8
Bible
Mere Christianity Book 2 ch 2 The Invasion
Arnold-Forster ch 52 Charles I--How the King angered the Parliament: The Quarrel Grows
     or Churchill The New World ch 14 The Personal Rule from "Charles and his advisers had no thought" to end of ch.
Journal of Plymouth Settlers: from "About a mile from hence, we came to such" to end (pg 35-45)
A Coffin for King Charles ch 3 Grandees, Presbyterians and Levellers pg 52-58 to "as Christians and as citizens."
Kon Tiki ch 3 To South America (third quarter of the ch)
Utopia, Paul Turner's translation: Book 1 pg 33-to end of 37
The Holy War (spread readings over the year)
Whatever Happened to Justice ch 8 Logic and Atoms
The History of English Literature ch 46 Shakespeare - The Man
Westward Ho! ch 6; ch 7 to "profane oaths, for which a fine is provided?" OR I Promessi Sposi ch 10
Chemical History of a Candle (with study guide) Lecture 3 Part 2
Shakespeare Sonnet XCIV 94
Copywork 4 or 5 times per week
Grammar
Math 4 or 5 times per week
Recitation
Foreign Language
Correspond history readings with a timeline and map
Grammar (students may be working at different levels)
Ten minutes of map drills each week
Nature Study
Art
Handicrafts
The term's Composer Study (Music Appreciation)
This term's Picture Study (Art Appreciation)
Sing this month's folksong and hymn
Plutarch's Lives - follow AO's Plutarch rotation
Shakespeare - follow AO's Shakespeare Rotation
Keep up with current events
The Fallacy Detective (students may be working through this at their own pace)
How to Read a Book (students may be working through this at their own pace)

Week 9
Bible
Mere Christianity Book 2 ch 3 The Shocking Alternative
Arnold-Forster ch 52 Charles I--How the King angered the Parliament: The King Sets Aside Magna Charta.
     or Churchill The New World ch 15 The Revolt of Parliament to "or the preserving of the warren.""
A Coffin for King Charles ch 3 Grandees, Presbyterians and Levellers pg 58-64 to end of chapter
Francis Bacon Essay: Of Innovations
Kon Tiki ch 3 To South America (last quarter of the ch)
Utopia, Paul Turner's translation: Book 1 pg 37-to middle of 42
The Holy War (spread readings over the year)
Whatever Happened to Justice ch 9 Ambient Encroachment & Tacit Contracts; ch 10 Economic Calculation, 11 Force or Fraud
First Studies of Plant Life ch 18 How Plants Breathe (spread over 2 weeks; don't do experiment with caustic potash)
Westward Ho! ch 7 from "Amyas expected an explosion" to "found it foul in the mouth." OR I Promessi Sposi ch 11
Shakespeare Sonnet CIV 104
Copywork 4 or 5 times per week
Grammar
Math 4 or 5 times per week
Recitation
Foreign Language
Correspond history readings with a timeline and map
Grammar (students may be working at different levels)
Ten minutes of map drills each week
Nature Study
Art
Handicrafts
The term's Composer Study (Music Appreciation)
This term's Picture Study (Art Appreciation)
Sing this month's folksong and hymn
Plutarch's Lives - follow AO's Plutarch rotation
Shakespeare - follow AO's Shakespeare Rotation
Keep up with current events
The Fallacy Detective (students may be working through this at their own pace)
How to Read a Book (students may be working through this at their own pace)

Week 10
Bible
Mere Christianity Book 2 ch 4 The Perfect Penitent
Arnold-Forster ch 52 Charles I--How the King angered the Parliament: Charles as an Absolute King.
Arnold-Forster ch 52 Charles I--How the King angered the Parliament: The Petition of Right: a Storm in the Commons
     or Churchill The New World ch 15 The Revolt of Parliament from "When Strafford heard this harsh cry for vengeance" to end of ch.
A Coffin for King Charles ch 4 Right and Well Met pg 65-72 to "fine for the occasion."
Utopia, Paul Turner's translation: Book 1 pg 42-to 47
The Holy War (spread readings over the year)
Whatever Happened to Justice ch 12 The Lawless West
Westward Ho! ch 7 from 'But the next day, gentlemen, in came some five-and-twenty more" to end of ch 7 OR I Promessi Sposi ch 12
First Studies of Plant Life ch 18 How Plants Breathe (spread over 2 weeks; don't do experiment with caustic potash)
Chemical History of a Candle (with study guide) Lecture 3 Part 3
Shakespeare Sonnet CVI 106
Copywork 4 or 5 times per week
Grammar
Math 4 or 5 times per week
Recitation
Foreign Language
Correspond history readings with a timeline and map
Grammar (students may be working at different levels)
Ten minutes of map drills each week
Nature Study
Art
Handicrafts
The term's Composer Study (Music Appreciation)
This term's Picture Study (Art Appreciation)
Sing this month's folksong and hymn
Plutarch's Lives - follow AO's Plutarch rotation
Shakespeare - follow AO's Shakespeare Rotation
Keep up with current events
The Fallacy Detective (students may be working through this at their own pace)
How to Read a Book (students may be working through this at their own pace)

Week 11
Bible
Mere Christianity Book 2 ch 5 The Practical Conclusion
Arnold-Forster ch 53 The King defies Parliament: Ship-money.
     or Churchill The New World ch 16 The Great Rebellion to "indomitable as Margaret of Anjou."
The Holy War (spread readings over the year)
Whatever Happened to Justice ch 13 Natural Rights
The History of English Literature ch 47 Shakespeare - "The Merchant of Venice"
A Coffin for King Charles ch 4 Right and Well Met pg 72-80
Kon Tiki ch 4 Across the Pacific (first half)
Utopia, Paul Turner's translation: Book 2 pg 49-end of 53
Westward Ho! ch 8 OR I Promessi Sposi ch 13
Chemical History of a Candle (with study guide) Lecture 4 Part 1
Shakespeare Sonnet CXVI 116
Copywork 4 or 5 times per week
Grammar
Math 4 or 5 times per week
Recitation
Foreign Language
Correspond history readings with a timeline and map
Grammar (students may be working at different levels)
Ten minutes of map drills each week
Nature Study
Art
Handicrafts
The term's Composer Study (Music Appreciation)
This term's Picture Study (Art Appreciation)
Sing this month's folksong and hymn
Plutarch's Lives - follow AO's Plutarch rotation
Shakespeare - follow AO's Shakespeare Rotation
Keep up with current events
The Fallacy Detective (students may be working through this at their own pace)
How to Read a Book (students may be working through this at their own pace)

Week 12
Bible
Mere Christianity Book 3 ch 1 Three Parts of Morality
Arnold-Forster ch 53 The King defies Parliament: Two Evil Counsellors.
     or Churchill The New World ch 16 The Great Rebellion from "At first the decisive action was not in the North." to end of ch.
A Coffin for King Charles ch 4 Right and Well Met pg 80-87
Francis Bacon Essay: Of Friendship
Kon Tiki ch 4 Across the Pacific (last half)
Utopia, Paul Turner's translation: Book 2 pg 53-middle of 58
The Holy War (spread readings over the year)
First Studies of Plant Life ch 19 The Sensitive Plant
Whatever Happened to Justice ch 14 The Human Ecology
The History of English Literature ch 48 Jonson - "Every Man in his Humor"
Westward Ho! first half of ch 9 OR I Promessi Sposi ch 14
Shakespeare Sonnet CXXIX 129
Copywork 4 or 5 times per week
Grammar
Math 4 or 5 times per week
Recitation
Foreign Language
Correspond history readings with a timeline and map
Grammar (students may be working at different levels)
Ten minutes of map drills each week
Nature Study
Art
Handicrafts
The term's Composer Study (Music Appreciation)
This term's Picture Study (Art Appreciation)
Sing this month's folksong and hymn
Plutarch's Lives - follow AO's Plutarch rotation
Shakespeare - follow AO's Shakespeare Rotation
Keep up with current events
The Fallacy Detective (students may be working through this at their own pace)
How to Read a Book (students may be working through this at their own pace)

Optional Exam Week

Week 13
Bible
Mere Christianity Book 3 ch 2 The Cardinal Virtues
Arnold-Forster ch 53 The King defies Parliament: The Long Parliament.
     or Churchill The New World ch 17 Marston Moor and Naseby to "converging armies and reached Worcester."
A Coffin for King Charles ch 4 Right and Well Met pg 87-94 to "Right and Might Well Met."
Utopia, Paul Turner's translation: Book 2 pg 58-end of 62
The Holy War (spread readings over the year)
Whatever Happened to Justice ch 15 How Things Get Done; I Pencil
The History of English Literature ch 49 Jonson - "The Sad Shepherd"
Westward Ho! second half of ch 9 OR I Promessi Sposi ch 15
Chemical History of a Candle (with study guide) Lecture 4 Part 2
First Studies of Plant Life ch 20 The Behavior of Plants Toward Light (spread over 4 weeks)
Adventures with a Microscope: choose 4 adventures this term
Signs and Seasons: ch 5 Months: schedule over the term with field work
Roar on the Other Side ch 9 Genres (work through this over the next two weeks)
Poems of John Milton
Copywork 4 or 5 times per week
Grammar
Math 4 or 5 times per week
Recitation
Foreign Language
Correspond history readings with a timeline and map
Grammar (students may be working at different levels)
Ten minutes of map drills each week
Nature Study
Art
Handicrafts
The term's Composer Study (Music Appreciation)
This term's Picture Study (Art Appreciation)
Sing this month's folksong and hymn
Plutarch's Lives - follow AO's Plutarch rotation
Shakespeare - follow AO's Shakespeare Rotation
Keep up with current events
The Fallacy Detective (students may be working through this at their own pace)
How to Read a Book (students may be working through this at their own pace)

Week 14
Bible
Mere Christianity Book 3 ch 3 Social Morality
Arnold-Forster ch 53 The King defies Parliament: The Arrest of the Five Members.
     or Churchill The New World ch 17 Marston Moor and Naseby from "The two Roundhead generals were then forced" to end of ch.
A Coffin for King Charles ch 4 Right and Well Met pg 94-101 to end of chapter
Utopia, Paul Turner's translation: Book 2 pg 62-middle of 67
The Holy War (spread readings over the year)
Whatever Happened to Justice ch 16 Political Law
Westward Ho! ch 10, ch 11 (longer this week) OR I Promessi Sposi ch 16
First Studies of Plant Life ch 20 The Behavior of Plants Toward Light (spread over 4 weeks)
Chemical History of a Candle (with study guide) Lecture 5 Part 1
Poems of John Milton
Copywork 4 or 5 times per week
Grammar
Math 4 or 5 times per week
Recitation
Foreign Language
Correspond history readings with a timeline and map
Grammar (students may be working at different levels)
Ten minutes of map drills each week
Nature Study
Art
Handicrafts
The term's Composer Study (Music Appreciation)
This term's Picture Study (Art Appreciation)
Sing this month's folksong and hymn
Plutarch's Lives - follow AO's Plutarch rotation
Shakespeare - follow AO's Shakespeare Rotation
Keep up with current events
The Fallacy Detective (students may be working through this at their own pace)
How to Read a Book (students may be working through this at their own pace)

Week 15
Bible
Mere Christianity Book 3 ch 4 Morality and Psychoanalysis
Arnold-Forster: none this week
     or Churchill The New World ch 18 The Axe Falls to "sole foundation on which they could build."
A Coffin for King Charles ch 5 The High Court of Justice pg 103-111 to "until all was over."
Francis Bacon Essay: Of Regiment of Health
Kon Tiki ch 5 Halfway (first quarter of the ch)
Utopia, Paul Turner's translation: Book 2 pg 67-end of 71
The Holy War (spread readings over the year)
Whatever Happened to Justice ch 17 Discovery vs Enactment
The History of English Literature ch 50 Raleigh - "The Revenge"
Westward Ho! ch 12 (longer this week) OR I Promessi Sposi ch 17
Lay of the Land ch 5 Chickadee, first half
First Studies of Plant Life ch 20 The Behavior of Plants Toward Light (spread over 4 weeks)
Poems of John Milton
Copywork 4 or 5 times per week
Grammar
Math 4 or 5 times per week
Recitation
Foreign Language
Correspond history readings with a timeline and map
Grammar (students may be working at different levels)
Ten minutes of map drills each week
Nature Study
Art
Handicrafts
The term's Composer Study (Music Appreciation)
This term's Picture Study (Art Appreciation)
Sing this month's folksong and hymn
Plutarch's Lives - follow AO's Plutarch rotation
Shakespeare - follow AO's Shakespeare Rotation
Keep up with current events
The Fallacy Detective (students may be working through this at their own pace)
How to Read a Book (students may be working through this at their own pace)

Week 16
Bible
Mere Christianity Book 3 ch 5 Sexual Morality
Arnold-Forster finish ch 54 How Parliament punished the King: War.
     or Churchill The New World ch 18 The Axe Falls from "The Parliamentary leaders received" to "danger of losing their control over them."
A Coffin for King Charles ch 5 The High Court of Justice pg 111-118 to "unseasonable curiosity."
Kon Tiki ch 5 Halfway (second quarter of the ch)
Utopia, Paul Turner's translation: Book 2 71-middle of 76
The Holy War (spread readings over the year)
Whatever Happened to Justice ch 18 Our New Religion
The History of English Literature ch 51 Raleigh - "The History of the World"
Westward Ho! ch 13, ch 14 to "Whereon Eustace vanished." OR I Promessi Sposi ch 18
Lay of the Land ch 5 Chickadee, second half
First Studies of Plant Life ch 20 The Behavior of Plants Toward Light (spread over 4 weeks)
Chemical History of a Candle (with study guide) Lecture 5 Part 2
Poems of John Milton
Copywork 4 or 5 times per week
Grammar
Math 4 or 5 times per week
Recitation
Foreign Language
Correspond history readings with a timeline and map
Grammar (students may be working at different levels)
Ten minutes of map drills each week
Nature Study
Art
Handicrafts
The term's Composer Study (Music Appreciation)
This term's Picture Study (Art Appreciation)
Sing this month's folksong and hymn
Plutarch's Lives - follow AO's Plutarch rotation
Shakespeare - follow AO's Shakespeare Rotation
Keep up with current events
The Fallacy Detective (students may be working through this at their own pace)
How to Read a Book (students may be working through this at their own pace)

Week 17
Bible
Mere Christianity Book 3 ch 6 Christian Marriage
Arnold-Forster finish ch 54 How Parliament punished the King: Cromwell and the Ironsides
Arnold-Forster finish ch 54 How Parliament punished the King: The Rise of the Independents and the New Model.
     or Churchill The New World ch 18 The Axe Falls from "The Presbyterian party in the House of Commons" to "conviction of its wrongheaded mission."
A Coffin for King Charles ch 5 The High Court of Justice pg 118-126 to "sympathy with the Army."
Kon Tiki ch 5 Halfway (third quarter of the ch)
Utopia, Paul Turner's translation: Book 2 pg 76-end of 80
The Holy War (spread readings over the year)
Roar on the Other Side ch 10 Sing Darker (work through this over the next two weeks)
Whatever Happened to Justice ch 19 Common Law Wasn't Perfect
Westward Ho! ch 14 from "'Pooh!' said Amyas to himself" to end of ch 14 OR I Promessi Sposi ch 19
Chemical History of a Candle (with study guide) Lecture 5 Part 3
Poems of John Milton
Copywork 4 or 5 times per week
Grammar
Math 4 or 5 times per week
Recitation
Foreign Language
Correspond history readings with a timeline and map
Grammar (students may be working at different levels)
Ten minutes of map drills each week
Nature Study
Art
Handicrafts
The term's Composer Study (Music Appreciation)
This term's Picture Study (Art Appreciation)
Sing this month's folksong and hymn
Plutarch's Lives - follow AO's Plutarch rotation
Shakespeare - follow AO's Shakespeare Rotation
Keep up with current events
The Fallacy Detective (students may be working through this at their own pace)
How to Read a Book (students may be working through this at their own pace)

Week 18
Bible
Mere Christianity Book 3 ch 7 Forgiveness
Arnold-Forster finish ch 54 How Parliament punished the King: The King's Crown Goes Down
Arnold-Forster finish ch 54 How Parliament punished the King: The Death of the King.
     or Churchill The New World ch 18 The Axe Falls from "By the end of 1648 all was over." to end of ch.
A Coffin for King Charles ch 5 The High Court of Justice pg 126-133 to end of chapter
Francis Bacon Essay: Of Suspicion
Utopia, Paul Turner's translation: Book 2 pg 81-middle of 85
Kon Tiki ch 5 Halfway (last quarter of the ch)
The Holy War (spread readings over the year)
Whatever Happened to Justice ch 20 Liberty vs Permission
First Studies of Plant Life ch 21 The Behavior of Climbing Plants (spread over 2 weeks)
Westward Ho! ch 15 OR I Promessi Sposi ch 20
Poems of John Milton
Copywork 4 or 5 times per week
Grammar
Math 4 or 5 times per week
Recitation
Foreign Language
Correspond history readings with a timeline and map
Grammar (students may be working at different levels)
Ten minutes of map drills each week
Nature Study
Art
Handicrafts
The term's Composer Study (Music Appreciation)
This term's Picture Study (Art Appreciation)
Sing this month's folksong and hymn
Plutarch's Lives - follow AO's Plutarch rotation
Shakespeare - follow AO's Shakespeare Rotation
Keep up with current events
The Fallacy Detective (students may be working through this at their own pace)
How to Read a Book (students may be working through this at their own pace)

Week 19
Bible
Mere Christianity Book 3 ch 8 The Great Sin
Arnold-Forster ch 55 The Commonwealth of England: The Commons Triumphant.
Arnold-Forster ch 55 The Commonwealth of England: Cromwell in Ireland.
     or Churchill The New World ch 19 The English Republic to "severities of a successful prince or statesman."
A Coffin for King Charles ch 6 The King on Trial pg 135-142 to "competitors in the field."
Utopia, Paul Turner's translation: Book 2 pg 85-end of 89
The Holy War (spread readings over the year)
Whatever Happened to Justice ch 21 Instability, Nuremberg and Abortion
The History of English Literature ch 52 Bacon - New Ways of Wisdom
Westward Ho! ch 16 OR I Promessi Sposi ch 21
First Studies of Plant Life ch 21 The Behavior of Climbing Plants (spread over 2 weeks)
Chemical History of a Candle (with study guide) Lecture 6 Part 1
Poems of John Milton
Copywork 4 or 5 times per week
Grammar
Math 4 or 5 times per week
Recitation
Foreign Language
Correspond history readings with a timeline and map
Grammar (students may be working at different levels)
Ten minutes of map drills each week
Nature Study
Art
Handicrafts
The term's Composer Study (Music Appreciation)
This term's Picture Study (Art Appreciation)
Sing this month's folksong and hymn
Plutarch's Lives - follow AO's Plutarch rotation
Shakespeare - follow AO's Shakespeare Rotation
Keep up with current events
The Fallacy Detective (students may be working through this at their own pace)
How to Read a Book (students may be working through this at their own pace)

Week 20
Bible
Mere Christianity Book 3 ch 9 Charity
Arnold-Forster ch 55 The Commonwealth of England: Dunbar and Worcester.
Arnold-Forster ch 55 The Commonwealth of England: The Quarrel with the Dutch.
     or Churchill The New World ch 19 The English Republic from "We have seen the many ties which at one time or another" to end of ch.
Saints and Heroes Vol 2 by G Hodges ch 11 Cromwell, 1599-1658
A Coffin for King Charles ch 6 The King on Trial pg 143-150 to "which you are elected King."
Utopia, Paul Turner's translation: Book 2 pg 89-end of 93
The Holy War (spread readings over the year)
Whatever Happened to Justice ch 22 Democracy and the Constitution
Westward Ho! ch 17 and 18 OR I Promessi Sposi ch 22
Chemical History of a Candle (with study guide) Lecture 6 Part 2
Poems of John Milton
Copywork 4 or 5 times per week
Grammar
Math 4 or 5 times per week
Recitation
Foreign Language
Correspond history readings with a timeline and map
Grammar (students may be working at different levels)
Ten minutes of map drills each week
Nature Study
Art
Handicrafts
The term's Composer Study (Music Appreciation)
This term's Picture Study (Art Appreciation)
Sing this month's folksong and hymn
Plutarch's Lives - follow AO's Plutarch rotation
Shakespeare - follow AO's Shakespeare Rotation
Keep up with current events
The Fallacy Detective (students may be working through this at their own pace)
How to Read a Book (students may be working through this at their own pace)

Week 21
Bible
Mere Christianity Book 3 ch 10 Hope
Arnold-Forster ch 55 The Commonwealth of England: The Fight for the Carrying 1 Trade.
Arnold-Forster ch 55 The Commonwealth of England: The End of the Long Parliament.
     or Churchill The New World ch 20 The Lord Protector to "and none can desire it more than I.""
A Coffin for King Charles ch 6 The King on Trial pg 150-158 to "capacity of a Court."
Kon Tiki ch 6 Across the Pacific (first quarter of the ch)
Francis Bacon Essay: Of Discourse
Utopia, Paul Turner's translation: Book 2 pg 93-middle of 98
The Holy War (spread readings over the year)
Whatever Happened to Justice ch 23 The Constitution: Highest Law of the Land?
The History of English Literature ch 53 Bacon - The Happy Island
Westward Ho! ch 19 to "that light is hers!--Down, for your life!" OR I Promessi Sposi ch 23
Microbe Hunters by DeKruif: Leeuwenhook Section 1
Poems of John Milton
Copywork 4 or 5 times per week
Grammar
Math 4 or 5 times per week
Recitation
Foreign Language
Correspond history readings with a timeline and map
Grammar (students may be working at different levels)
Ten minutes of map drills each week
Nature Study
Art
Handicrafts
The term's Composer Study (Music Appreciation)
This term's Picture Study (Art Appreciation)
Sing this month's folksong and hymn
Plutarch's Lives - follow AO's Plutarch rotation
Shakespeare - follow AO's Shakespeare Rotation
Keep up with current events
The Fallacy Detective (students may be working through this at their own pace)
How to Read a Book (students may be working through this at their own pace)

Week 22
Bible
Mere Christianity Book 3 ch 11 Faith
Arnold-Forster ch 55 The Commonwealth of England: His Highness the Lord Protector of the Commonwealth.
Arnold-Forster ch 55 The Commonwealth of England: The End of the Commonwealth
     or Churchill The New World ch 20 The Lord Protector from "The political behaviour of the Saints" to end of ch.
A Coffin for King Charles ch 6 The King on Trial pg 158-166 to end of chapter
Kon Tiki ch 6 Across the Pacific (second quarter of the ch)
Utopia, Paul Turner's translation: Book 2 pg 98-end of 102
The Holy War (spread readings over the year)
Whatever Happened to Justice ch 24 Competing for Privilege
The History of English Literature ch 54 About some Lyric Poets
Westward Ho! ch 19 from "And Amyas dragged him down into the bushes on his left hand" to ch 20 "enabling her to keep up a continual fire on a ship right ahead." OR I Promessi Sposi ch 24
Microbe Hunters by DeKruif: Leeuwenhook Section 2
Poems of John Milton
Copywork 4 or 5 times per week
Grammar
Math 4 or 5 times per week
Recitation
Foreign Language
Correspond history readings with a timeline and map
Grammar (students may be working at different levels)
Ten minutes of map drills each week
Nature Study
Art
Handicrafts
The term's Composer Study (Music Appreciation)
This term's Picture Study (Art Appreciation)
Sing this month's folksong and hymn
Plutarch's Lives - follow AO's Plutarch rotation
Shakespeare - follow AO's Shakespeare Rotation
Keep up with current events
The Fallacy Detective (students may be working through this at their own pace)
How to Read a Book (students may be working through this at their own pace)

Week 23
Bible
Mere Christianity Book 3 ch 12 Faith
Arnold-Forster ch 55 The Commonwealth of England: The Restoration.
     or Churchill The New World ch 21 The Restoration to "Everyone must start fair on the new basis."
Saints and Heroes Vol 2 by G Hodges ch 12 Bunyan, 1628-1688
A Coffin for King Charles ch 7 The King Condemned pg 167-174 to "in numb despair."
Kon Tiki ch 6 Across the Pacific (third quarter of the ch)
Utopia, Paul Turner's translation: Book 2 pg 102-middle of 107
The Holy War (spread readings over the year)
Whatever Happened to Justice ch 25 The Great Mystery
Westward Ho! ch 20 from "The long low waist was packed full of the slaves" to end of ch 20 OR I Promessi Sposi ch 25
Microbe Hunters by DeKruif: Leeuwenhook Section 3
Poems of John Milton
Copywork 4 or 5 times per week
Grammar
Math 4 or 5 times per week
Recitation
Foreign Language
Correspond history readings with a timeline and map
Grammar (students may be working at different levels)
Ten minutes of map drills each week
Nature Study
Art
Handicrafts
The term's Composer Study (Music Appreciation)
This term's Picture Study (Art Appreciation)
Sing this month's folksong and hymn
Plutarch's Lives - follow AO's Plutarch rotation
Shakespeare - follow AO's Shakespeare Rotation
Keep up with current events
The Fallacy Detective (students may be working through this at their own pace)
How to Read a Book (students may be working through this at their own pace)

Week 24
Bible
Mere Christianity Book 4 ch 1 Making and Begetting
Arnold-Forster ch 56 Charles II: A Fair Beginning
     or Churchill The New World ch 21 The Restoration from "But sacred blood had flowed." to end of ch.
A Coffin for King Charles ch 7 The King Condemned pg 174-182 to "proceed to the sentence."
Francis Bacon Essay: Of Riches
Kon Tiki ch 6 Across the Pacific (last quarter of the ch)
Utopia, Paul Turner's translation: Book 2 pg 107-113
The Holy War (spread readings over the year)
Whatever Happened to Justice ch 26 The Privilege and the Thrill
The History of English Literature ch 55 Herbert - The Parson Poet
Westward Ho! ch 21 OR I Promessi Sposi ch 26
Microbe Hunters by DeKruif: Leeuwenhook Section 4
Poems of John Milton
Copywork 4 or 5 times per week
Grammar
Math 4 or 5 times per week
Recitation
Foreign Language
Correspond history readings with a timeline and map
Grammar (students may be working at different levels)
Ten minutes of map drills each week
Nature Study
Art
Handicrafts
The term's Composer Study (Music Appreciation)
This term's Picture Study (Art Appreciation)
Sing this month's folksong and hymn
Plutarch's Lives - follow AO's Plutarch rotation
Shakespeare - follow AO's Shakespeare Rotation
Keep up with current events
The Fallacy Detective (students may be working through this at their own pace)
How to Read a Book (students may be working through this at their own pace)

Optional Exam Week

Week 25
Bible
Mere Christianity Book 4 ch 2 The Three-Personal God
Arnold-Forster ch 56 Charles II: The Dutch in the Medway; or, England Disgraced.
     or Churchill The New World ch 22 The Merry Monarch to "in the fires of the Great War of 1914."
A Coffin for King Charles ch 7 The King Condemned pg 182-190 to end of chapter
The Holy War (spread readings over the year)
Whatever Happened to Justice ch 27 The Fun Is In the Playing
The History of English Literature ch 56 Herrick and Marvell - Of Blossoms and Bowers
Roar on the Other Side ch 11 Writing, Reading, Revising (work through this over the next two weeks)
Westward Ho! ch 22, ch 23 OR I Promessi Sposi ch 27
Adventures with a Microscope: choose 4 adventures this term
Phineas Gage ch 1 Horrible Accident in Vermont (spread over 2 wks)
First Studies of Plant Life ch 22 The Behavior of Flowers (spread over 4 weeks)
Poems of John Donne and George Herbert
Copywork 4 or 5 times per week
Grammar
Math 4 or 5 times per week
Recitation
Foreign Language
Correspond history readings with a timeline and map
Grammar (students may be working at different levels)
Ten minutes of map drills each week
Nature Study
Art
Handicrafts
The term's Composer Study (Music Appreciation)
This term's Picture Study (Art Appreciation)
Sing this month's folksong and hymn
Plutarch's Lives - follow AO's Plutarch rotation
Shakespeare - follow AO's Shakespeare Rotation
Keep up with current events
The Fallacy Detective (students may be working through this at their own pace)
How to Read a Book (students may be working through this at their own pace)

Week 26
Bible
Mere Christianity Book 4 ch 3 Time and Beyond Time
Arnold-Forster ch 56 Charles II: Pestilence and Fire.
     or Churchill The New World ch 22 The Merry Monarch from "For these far-reaching fissures" to "nflated by this royal connection."
A Coffin for King Charles ch 8 King Charles the Martyr pg 191-198 to "Tuesday, January 30th."
The Holy War (spread readings over the year)
Whatever Happened to Justice ch 28 The Lessons of Simon Bolivar; 29 Eating the Seed Corn
Westward Ho! ch 24 OR I Promessi Sposi ch 28
Phineas Gage ch 1 Horrible Accident in Vermont (spread over 2 wks)
First Studies of Plant Life ch 22 The Behavior of Flowers (spread over 4 weeks)
Poems of John Donne and George Herbert
Copywork 4 or 5 times per week
Grammar
Math 4 or 5 times per week
Recitation
Foreign Language
Correspond history readings with a timeline and map
Grammar (students may be working at different levels)
Ten minutes of map drills each week
Nature Study
Art
Handicrafts
The term's Composer Study (Music Appreciation)
This term's Picture Study (Art Appreciation)
Sing this month's folksong and hymn
Plutarch's Lives - follow AO's Plutarch rotation
Shakespeare - follow AO's Shakespeare Rotation
Keep up with current events
The Fallacy Detective (students may be working through this at their own pace)
How to Read a Book (students may be working through this at their own pace)

Week 27
Bible
Mere Christianity Book 4 ch 4 Good Infection
Arnold-Forster ch 56 Charles II: The Cabal - The Test Act - Habeas Corpus.
     or Churchill The New World ch 22 The Merry Monarch from "The acquisition of Tangier" to "actually spelt the word "CABAL.""
A Coffin for King Charles ch 8 King Charles the Martyr pg 198-205 to "she promised to write it down."
Kon Tiki ch 7 To the South Sea Islands (first quarter of the ch)
The Holy War (spread readings over the year)
Francis Bacon Essay: Of Youth and Age
Whatever Happened to Justice ch 30 Origin of Government
Westward Ho! ch 25 (longer this week) OR I Promessi Sposi ch 29
Phineas Gage ch 2 What We Thought About How We Thought (spread over 3 wks)
First Studies of Plant Life ch 22 The Behavior of Flowers (spread over 4 weeks)
Poems of John Donne and George Herbert
Copywork 4 or 5 times per week
Grammar
Math 4 or 5 times per week
Recitation
Foreign Language
Correspond history readings with a timeline and map
Grammar (students may be working at different levels)
Ten minutes of map drills each week
Nature Study
Art
Handicrafts
The term's Composer Study (Music Appreciation)
This term's Picture Study (Art Appreciation)
Sing this month's folksong and hymn
Plutarch's Lives - follow AO's Plutarch rotation
Shakespeare - follow AO's Shakespeare Rotation
Keep up with current events
The Fallacy Detective (students may be working through this at their own pace)
How to Read a Book (students may be working through this at their own pace)

Week 28
Bible
Mere Christianity Book 4 ch 5 The Obstinate Toy Soldiers
Arnold-Forster ch 57 James II and the End of Absolute Monarchy in England: A Bad Beginning
     or Churchill The New World ch 22 The Merry Monarch from "The dominant fact on the continent of Europe" to end of ch.
A Coffin for King Charles ch 8 King Charles the Martyr pg 205-211 to "awaited knock at the door."
Kon Tiki ch 7 To the South Sea Islands (second quarter of the ch)
The Holy War (spread readings over the year)
Whatever Happened to Justice ch 31 Are Lawyers and Judges Corrupt?
The History of English Literature ch 57 Milton - Sight and Growth
Westward Ho! first half of ch 26 OR I Promessi Sposi ch 30
First Studies of Plant Life ch 22 The Behavior of Flowers (spread over 4 weeks)
Phineas Gage ch 2 What We Thought About How We Thought (spread over 3 wks)
Poems of John Donne and George Herbert
Copywork 4 or 5 times per week
Grammar
Math 4 or 5 times per week
Recitation
Foreign Language
Correspond history readings with a timeline and map
Grammar (students may be working at different levels)
Ten minutes of map drills each week
Nature Study
Art
Handicrafts
The term's Composer Study (Music Appreciation)
This term's Picture Study (Art Appreciation)
Sing this month's folksong and hymn
Plutarch's Lives - follow AO's Plutarch rotation
Shakespeare - follow AO's Shakespeare Rotation
Keep up with current events
The Fallacy Detective (students may be working through this at their own pace)
How to Read a Book (students may be working through this at their own pace)

Week 29
Bible
Mere Christianity Book 4 ch 6 Two Notes
Arnold-Forster ch 57 James II and the End of Absolute Monarchy in England: Sedgemoor.
     or Churchill The New World ch 23 The Popish Plot to "by what was called the "Popish Plot.""
A Coffin for King Charles ch 8 King Charles the Martyr pg 212-218 to "in the grey light."
Kon Tiki ch 7 To the South Sea Islands (third quarter of the ch)
The Holy War (spread readings over the year)
Francis Bacon Essay: Of Studies
Whatever Happened to Justice ch 32 So Why Do We Have a Government?
Westward Ho! second half of ch 26 OR I Promessi Sposi ch 31
Roar on the Other Side ch 12 Gathering of Poems (work through this over the next two weeks)
First Studies of Plant Life ch 23 How Fruits Are Formed (spread over 3 weeks)
Phineas Gage ch 2 What We Thought About How We Thought (spread over 3 wks)
Poems of John Donne and George Herbert
Copywork 4 or 5 times per week
Grammar
Math 4 or 5 times per week
Recitation
Foreign Language
Correspond history readings with a timeline and map
Grammar (students may be working at different levels)
Ten minutes of map drills each week
Nature Study
Art
Handicrafts
The term's Composer Study (Music Appreciation)
This term's Picture Study (Art Appreciation)
Sing this month's folksong and hymn
Plutarch's Lives - follow AO's Plutarch rotation
Shakespeare - follow AO's Shakespeare Rotation
Keep up with current events
The Fallacy Detective (students may be working through this at their own pace)
How to Read a Book (students may be working through this at their own pace)

Week 30
Bible
Mere Christianity Book 4 ch 7 Let's Pretend
Arnold-Forster ch 57 James II and the End of Absolute Monarchy in England: From Bad to Worse.
     or Churchill The New World ch 23 The Popish Plot from "A renegade priest of disreputable character" to end of ch.
A Coffin for King Charles ch 8 King Charles the Martyr pg 218-223 to end of chapter
Kon Tiki ch 7 To the South Sea Islands (last quarter of the ch)
The Holy War (spread readings over the year)
Whatever Happened to Justice ch 33 Unsolved Problem: Risk
The History of English Literature ch 58 Milton - Darkness and Death
Westward Ho! ch 27 OR I Promessi Sposi ch 32
First Studies of Plant Life ch 23 How Fruits Are Formed (spread over 3 weeks)
Phineas Gage ch 3 Following Phineas Gage (spread over 2 wks)
Poems of John Donne and George Herbert
Copywork 4 or 5 times per week
Grammar
Math 4 or 5 times per week
Recitation
Foreign Language
Correspond history readings with a timeline and map
Grammar (students may be working at different levels)
Ten minutes of map drills each week
Nature Study
Art
Handicrafts
The term's Composer Study (Music Appreciation)
This term's Picture Study (Art Appreciation)
Sing this month's folksong and hymn
Plutarch's Lives - follow AO's Plutarch rotation
Shakespeare - follow AO's Shakespeare Rotation
Keep up with current events
The Fallacy Detective (students may be working through this at their own pace)
How to Read a Book (students may be working through this at their own pace)

Week 31
Bible
Mere Christianity Book 4 ch 8 Is Christianity Hard or Easy?
Arnold-Forster ch 57 James II and the End of Absolute Monarchy in England: The Throne Becomes Vacant.
     or Churchill The New World ch 24 Whig and Tory to "name that Parliament was again dissolved."
A Coffin for King Charles ch 9 Freedom, by God's Mercy Restored pg 225-232 to "parts of the Swisses country."
Francis Bacon Essay: Of Praise
The Holy War (spread readings over the year)
Whatever Happened to Justice ch 34 Unsolved Problem: Capital Punishment; 35 Unsolved Problem: The Environment
Westward Ho! ch 28 OR I Promessi Sposi ch 33
Social Life of Insects ch 15--The Oak Eggar, or Banded Monk, first half
First Studies of Plant Life ch 23 How Fruits Are Formed (spread over 3 weeks)
Phineas Gage ch 3 Following Phineas Gage (spread over 2 wks)
Poems of John Donne and George Herbert
Copywork 4 or 5 times per week
Grammar
Math 4 or 5 times per week
Recitation
Foreign Language
Correspond history readings with a timeline and map
Grammar (students may be working at different levels)
Ten minutes of map drills each week
Nature Study
Art
Handicrafts
The term's Composer Study (Music Appreciation)
This term's Picture Study (Art Appreciation)
Sing this month's folksong and hymn
Plutarch's Lives - follow AO's Plutarch rotation
Shakespeare - follow AO's Shakespeare Rotation
Keep up with current events
The Fallacy Detective (students may be working through this at their own pace)
How to Read a Book (students may be working through this at their own pace)

Week 32
Bible
Mere Christianity Book 4 ch 9 Counting the Cost
Arnold-Forster ch 58 William III and Mary: Whig's and Tories.
Arnold-Forster ch 58 William III and Mary: The War in Ireland: Enniskillen and Derry.
     or Churchill The New World ch 24 Whig and Tory from "No one could tell what the consequences would be." to end of ch.
A Coffin for King Charles ch 9 Freedom, by God's Mercy Restored pg 232-238 to "He would not agree."
The Holy War (spread readings over the year)
Kon Tiki ch 8 Among Polynesians (first third of the ch)
Whatever Happened to Justice ch 36 Unsolved Problem: Drugs; 37 Unsolved Problem: War
The History of English Literature ch 59 Bunyan - "The Pilgrim's Progress"
Westward Ho! ch 29 OR I Promessi Sposi ch 34
Social Life of Insects ch 15--The Oak Eggar, or Banded Monk, second half
Phineas Gage ch 4 Putting Phineas Together Again (spread over 2 wks)
Poems of John Donne and George Herbert
Copywork 4 or 5 times per week
Grammar
Math 4 or 5 times per week
Recitation
Foreign Language
Correspond history readings with a timeline and map
Grammar (students may be working at different levels)
Ten minutes of map drills each week
Nature Study
Art
Handicrafts
The term's Composer Study (Music Appreciation)
This term's Picture Study (Art Appreciation)
Sing this month's folksong and hymn
Plutarch's Lives - follow AO's Plutarch rotation
Shakespeare - follow AO's Shakespeare Rotation
Keep up with current events
The Fallacy Detective (students may be working through this at their own pace)
How to Read a Book (students may be working through this at their own pace)

Week 33
Bible
Mere Christianity Book 4 ch 10 Nice People or New Men
Arnold-Forster ch 58 William III and Mary: England in Peril.
Arnold-Forster ch 58 William III and Mary: Fighting It Out.
Arnold-Forster ch 58 William III and Mary: The Last Years of King William.
     or Churchill The New World ch 25 The Catholic King to "Anglicans carried their abject theory."
A Coffin for King Charles ch 9 Freedom, by God's Mercy Restored pg 238-244 to "with Mabbott's approval."
Kon Tiki ch 8 Among Polynesians (second third of the ch)
Francis Bacon Essay: Of Honor and Reputation
The Holy War (spread readings over the year)
Whatever Happened to Justice ch 38 Unsolved Problem: Irredentism; 39 Unsolved Problem: Poverty
Westward Ho! ch 30 OR I Promessi Sposi ch 35
Lay of the Land ch 9 June (all)
First Studies of Plant Life ch 24 How Plants Scatter Their Seeds (spread over 3 weeks)
Phineas Gage ch 4 Putting Phineas Together Again (spread over 2 wks)
Poems of John Donne and George Herbert
Copywork 4 or 5 times per week
Grammar
Math 4 or 5 times per week
Recitation
Foreign Language
Correspond history readings with a timeline and map
Grammar (students may be working at different levels)
Ten minutes of map drills each week
Nature Study
Art
Handicrafts
The term's Composer Study (Music Appreciation)
This term's Picture Study (Art Appreciation)
Sing this month's folksong and hymn
Plutarch's Lives - follow AO's Plutarch rotation
Shakespeare - follow AO's Shakespeare Rotation
Keep up with current events
The Fallacy Detective (students may be working through this at their own pace)
How to Read a Book (students may be working through this at their own pace)

Week 34
Bible
Mere Christianity Book 4 ch 11 The New Men
Arnold-Forster ch 58 William III and Mary--The Revolution and Limited Monarchy: The Queen and her Councillors.
Arnold-Forster ch 58 William III and Mary--The Revolution and Limited Monarchy: The War with France.
Arnold-Forster ch 58 William III and Mary--The Revolution and Limited Monarchy: The Triumph of Marlborough.
     or Churchill The New World ch 25 The Catholic King from "Chief Justice Jeffreys was sent into the West" to end of ch.
A Coffin for King Charles ch 9 Freedom, by God's Mercy Restored pg 244-250 to end of chapter
Kon Tiki ch 8 Among Polynesians (last third of the ch)
The Holy War (spread readings over the year)
Whatever Happened to Justice ch 40 Unsolved Problem: Consumer Protection; ch 41 Unsolved Problem: Are There More Rules?
Westward Ho ch 31 OR I Promessi Sposi ch 36
Lay of the Land ch 15 The Lay of the Land, first half
William Harvey and the Discovery of the Circulation of Blood (take 3 weeks)
First Studies of Plant Life ch 24 How Plants Scatter Their Seeds (spread over 3 weeks)
Poems of John Donne and George Herbert
Copywork 4 or 5 times per week
Grammar
Math 4 or 5 times per week
Recitation
Foreign Language
Correspond history readings with a timeline and map
Grammar (students may be working at different levels)
Ten minutes of map drills each week
Nature Study
Art
Handicrafts
The term's Composer Study (Music Appreciation)
This term's Picture Study (Art Appreciation)
Sing this month's folksong and hymn
Plutarch's Lives - follow AO's Plutarch rotation
Shakespeare - follow AO's Shakespeare Rotation
Keep up with current events
The Fallacy Detective (students may be working through this at their own pace)
How to Read a Book (students may be working through this at their own pace)

Week 35
Bible
Arnold-Forster ch 58 William III and Mary--The Revolution and Limited Monarchy: The Tories in Office.
Arnold-Forster ch 58 William III and Mary--The Revolution and Limited Monarchy: The Fall of Marlborough.
     or Churchill The New World ch 26 The Revolution of 1688 to "Do you call that nothing?" said James."
A Coffin for King Charles ch 10 Epilogue: The Regicides pg 251-256 to "for a hired false-witness."
Francis Bacon Essay: Of Anger
The Holy War (spread readings over the year)
Whatever Happened to Justice ch 42 Summary
Westward Ho ch 32 OR I Promessi Sposi ch 37
First Studies of Plant Life ch 24 How Plants Scatter Their Seeds (spread over 3 weeks)
Lay of the Land ch 15 The Lay of the Land, second half
William Harvey and the Discovery of the Circulation of Blood (take 3 weeks)
Poems of John Donne and George Herbert
Copywork 4 or 5 times per week
Grammar
Math 4 or 5 times per week
Recitation
Foreign Language
Correspond history readings with a timeline and map
Grammar (students may be working at different levels)
Ten minutes of map drills each week
Nature Study
Art
Handicrafts
The term's Composer Study (Music Appreciation)
This term's Picture Study (Art Appreciation)
Sing this month's folksong and hymn
Plutarch's Lives - follow AO's Plutarch rotation
Shakespeare - follow AO's Shakespeare Rotation
Keep up with current events
The Fallacy Detective (students may be working through this at their own pace)
How to Read a Book (students may be working through this at their own pace)

Week 36
Bible
Arnold-Forster ch 58 William III and Mary--The Revolution and Limited Monarchy: The Last of the Stuarts.
Arnold-Forster ch 58 William III and Mary--The Revolution and Limited Monarchy: The Union with Scotland.
     or Churchill The New World ch 26 The Revolution of 1688 from "On the same night, while cannon and tumults proclaimed" to end of ch.
A Coffin for King Charles ch 10 Epilogue: The Regicides pg 256-262 to end of chapter/book
Westward Ho ch 33 OR I Promessi Sposi ch 38
William Harvey and the Discovery of the Circulation of Blood (take 3 weeks)
Poems of John Donne and George Herbert
Copywork 4 or 5 times per week
Grammar
Math 4 or 5 times per week
Recitation
Foreign Language
Correspond history readings with a timeline and map
Grammar (students may be working at different levels)
Ten minutes of map drills each week
Nature Study
Art
Handicrafts
The term's Composer Study (Music Appreciation)
This term's Picture Study (Art Appreciation)
Sing this month's folksong and hymn
Plutarch's Lives - follow AO's Plutarch rotation
Shakespeare - follow AO's Shakespeare Rotation
Keep up with current events
The Fallacy Detective (students may be working through this at their own pace)
How to Read a Book (students may be working through this at their own pace)

Optional Exam Week


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