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AO Yr 8 Lite AmblesideOnline.org

AmblesideOnline Year 8 Lite 36-Week Schedule

This is an updated schedule that spreads the books out more evenly across the year. If you're looking for the original schedule, it's here and will stay up until July 2018. The original chart/grid schedules are linked from that schedule.



As a help for scheduling Year 8 Basic Version of AmblesideOnline's curriculum, we are pleased to offer printable charts, the weekly assignments in list form below, or families may choose to use a modification of either for their own personal use. However, please see Our Fair Use Policy before sharing any part of the curriculum.

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(Printable chart schedules include details for all three terms)

Daily Work
Copywork (penmanship)
Math

Weekly Work
Current Events (Keep up with your choice of periodicals or blogs)
Dictation
Outdoor Nature Study
Picture Study
Composer Study
Hymn and Folksong
Handicrafts
A Shakespeare play spread over each term
One of Plutarch's Lives, spread over each term
Foreign language


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Week 1
Bible: Judges 1-3; Matthew 1; Psalm 106:1-23; Proverbs 1:1-19
More Than a Carpenter Preface
Churchill's The New World, ch 1 The Round World; Trace and label the map in the book OR Arnold-Forster ch 35. Henry VII: (1) The Tudors, (2). Henry VII: The King's Title, (3) Henry VII: Lambert Simnel; or, Carpenter, King, and Kitchen Boy; (4). Henry VII: Perkin Warbeck
A Man for All Seasons - spread Act I over 4 weeks
Everyman: A Morality Play spread over the 12-week term
The History of English Literature ch 32 About the Beginning of the Theater
Westward Ho! ch 1, half of ch 2
Fierce Wars Faithful Loves Canto 1
Whatever Happened to Justice ch 1, 2
Kon Tiki ch 1
Grammar: continue your grammar plan, or Our Mother Tongue: Lesson 10
Napoleon's Buttons Intro, first half OR Marvels of the Molecule Pt 1 ch 1 The Water Molecule
Phineas Gage ch 1 Horrible Accident in Vermont (spread over 3 wks)
Chemical History of a Candle (with study guide) Lecture 1 Part 1
Adventures with a Microscope: choose 4 adventures this term.
First Studies of Plant Life ch 11 How the Living Plant Uses Water to Remain Firm (spread over 5 weeks)
Signs and Seasons: ch 3 The Moon (schedule over term, with field work)
The Story of Painting: Work through chapter 4 this term

Week 2
Bible: Judges 4-6; Matthew 2; Psalm 106:24-48; Proverbs 1:20-33
More Than a Carpenter ch 1
Churchill's The New World, ch 2 The Tudor Dynasty OR Arnold-Forster ch 35 Henry VII: (5) How the King Got Rich, (6) What the Rich King Did With His Money, (7) Some Royal Marriages, (8) Some Changes Abroad
Luther's speech before the Diet of Worms
A Man for All Seasons - spread Act I over 4 weeks
Everyman: A Morality Play spread over the 12-week term
Kon Tiki ch 2, first half
Whatever Happened to Justice ch 3, 4
Ourselves Book I pg 66-68 Desires
The History of English Literature ch 33 How the Shepherd Watched their Flocks
Westward Ho! half of ch 2, ch 3
Fierce Wars Faithful Loves Canto 2
Rural Hours Sept 1-7 or Lay of the Land ch 13 An Account with Nature, first half
Napoleon's Buttons Intro, second half OR Marvels of the Molecule Pt 1 ch 2 Molecular Ballet
Phineas Gage ch 1 Horrible Accident in Vermont (spread over 3 wks)
Chemical History of a Candle (with study guide) Lecture 1 Part 2
First Studies of Plant Life ch 11 How the Living Plant Uses Water to Remain Firm (spread over 5 weeks)
Grammar: continue your grammar plan, or Our Mother Tongue: Lesson 11

Week 3
Bible: Judges 7-9:21; Matthew 3, 4; Psalm 107:1-22; Proverbs 2:1-9
More Than a Carpenter ch 2
Churchill's The New World, ch 3 King Henry VIII OR Arnold-Forster ch 36. Henry VIII and England at War
A Man for All Seasons - spread Act I over 4 weeks
Everyman: A Morality Play spread over the 12-week term
The History of English Literature ch 34 The Story of Everyman
Westward Ho! ch 4, half of 5
Kon Tiki ch 2, first half
Whatever Happened to Justice ch 5, 6
Francis Bacon essay - Of Truth
Fierce Wars Faithful Loves Canto 3
Rural Hours Sept 8-9 or Lay of the Land ch 13 An Account with Nature, second half
Napoleon's Buttons ch 1 Peppers, Nutmeg, and Cloves, first half OR Marvels of the Molecule Pt 1 ch 3 Molecular Tinkertoys
Phineas Gage ch 1 Horrible Accident in Vermont (spread over 3 wks)
Chemical History of a Candle (with study guide) Lecture 2 Part 1
First Studies of Plant Life ch 11 How the Living Plant Uses Water to Remain Firm (spread over 5 weeks)
Grammar: continue your grammar plan, or Our Mother Tongue: Lesson 12

Week 4
Bible: Judges 9:22-11; Matthew 4:18-5:16; Psalm 107:23-43; Proverbs 2:10-22
More Than a Carpenter ch 3
Optional: Saints and Heroes Vol 2 by G Hodges ch 01 Luther, 1483-1546
Churchill's The New World, ch 4 Cardinal Wolsey, to page 49, "On October 9, 1529. . ." -- Trace and label map in book OR Arnold-Forster ch 37. The Great Cardinal and the King's Divorce
A Man for All Seasons - spread Act I over 4 weeks
Whatever Happened to Justice ch 7, 8
Ourselves Book I pg 69-72 Prizes, Place
Everyman: A Morality Play spread over the 12-week term
The History of English Literature ch 35 How a Poet Comforted a Girl
Westward Ho! half of ch 5, ch 6
Fierce Wars Faithful Loves Canto 4
Napoleon's Buttons ch 1 Peppers, Nutmeg, and Cloves, second half OR Marvels of the Molecule Pt 1 ch 4 Sandwich Molecules
Phineas Gage ch 2 What We Thought About How We Thought (spread over 3 wks)
Chemical History of a Candle (with study guide) Lecture 2 Part 2
First Studies of Plant Life ch 11 How the Living Plant Uses Water to Remain Firm (spread over 5 weeks)
Grammar: continue your grammar plan, or Our Mother Tongue: Lesson 13

Week 5
Bible: Judges 12-15; Matthew 5:17-48; Psalm 108; Proverbs 3:1-20
More Than a Carpenter ch 4
Optional: Saints and Heroes Vol 2 by G Hodges ch 02 More, 1478-1535
Churchill's The New World ch Cardinal Wolsey, pages 49-61, end of ch 4 and first half of ch 5 The Break with Rome, to 'Having Established his supremacy. . .' OR Arnold-Forster ch 38. The Protestant Reformation
A Man for All Seasons - spread Act II over 4 weeks
Everyman: A Morality Play spread over the 12-week term
The History of English Literature ch 36 The Renaissance
Kon Tiki ch 3, first quarter
Whatever Happened to Justice ch 9, 10
Francis Bacon essay - Of Revenge
Westward Ho! ch 7
Fierce Wars Faithful Loves Canto 5
Napoleon's Buttons ch 2 Ascorbic Acid, first half OR Marvels of the Molecule Pt 1 ch 5 Left-Handed . . .
Phineas Gage ch 2 What We Thought About How We Thought (spread over 3 wks)
Chemical History of a Candle (with study guide) Lecture 3 Part 1
First Studies of Plant Life ch 11 How the Living Plant Uses Water to Remain Firm (spread over 5 weeks)
Grammar: continue your grammar plan, or Our Mother Tongue: Lesson 14

Week 6
Bible: Judges 16-18; Matthew 6; Psalm 109; Proverbs 3:21-35
More Than a Carpenter ch 5
Optional: Saints and Heroes Vol 2 by G Hodges ch 03 Loyola, 1491-1556
Churchill's The New World second half of ch 5 The Break with Rome, and beginning of ch 6 The End of the Monasteries pg 61, from "having established his supremacy, to page 75, 'Catholic and economically backward North" (possibly questionable passage on page 66 about accusations of Anne Boleyn's affairs beginning "In January. . .") OR Arnold-Forster ch 39. Henry as Head of the Church
A Man for All Seasons - spread Act II over 4 weeks
Kon Tiki ch 3, second quarter
Whatever Happened to Justice ch 11, 12
Ourselves Book I pg 73-80 Desires Pt 2
Everyman: A Morality Play spread over the 12-week term
The History of English Literature ch 37 The Land of Nowhere
Westward Ho! ch 8, half of ch 9
Fierce Wars Faithful Loves Canto 6
Rural Hours Sept 11 Lay of the Land ch 1 The Muskrats are Building, first third
Napoleon's Buttons ch 2 Ascorbic Acid, second half OR Marvels of the Molecule Pt 1 ch 6 Molecular Traps, 7 The Smell of Molecules
Phineas Gage ch 2 What We Thought About How We Thought (spread over 3 wks)
Chemical History of a Candle (with study guide) Lecture 3 Part 2
First Studies of Plant Life ch 12 How the Root Lifts Water in the Plant (spread over 2 weeks)
Grammar: continue your grammar plan, or Our Mother Tongue: Lesson 15

Week 7
Bible: Judges 19-21; Matthew 7; Psalm 110, 111; Proverbs 4:1-3
More Than a Carpenter ch 6
Optional: Saints and Heroes Vol 2 by G Hodges ch 04 Cranmer, 1489-1556
Churchill's The New World second half of ch 6 The End of the Monasteries, page 75, from "In the Autumn, when the new taxes," to the end of ch 6 OR Arnold-Forster ch 40. Edward VI
A Man for All Seasons - spread Act II over 4 weeks
Everyman: A Morality Play spread over the 12-week term
The History of English Literature ch 38 The Death of Sir Thomas More
Kon Tiki ch 3, third quarter
Whatever Happened to Justice ch 13, 14
Francis Bacon essay - Of Adversity
Westward Ho! half of ch 9, ch 10, ch 11
Fierce Wars Faithful Loves Canto 7
Rural Hous Sept 12-25 or Lay of the Land ch 1 The Muskrats are Building, second third
Napoleon's Buttons ch 3 Glucose, first half OR Marvels of the Molecule Pt 1 ch 8 Bad Molecules and Good
Phineas Gage ch 3 Following Phineas Gage (spread over 2 wks)
Chemical History of a Candle (with study guide) Lecture 3 Part 3
First Studies of Plant Life ch 12 How the Root Lifts Water in the Plant (spread over 2 weeks)
Grammar: continue your grammar plan, or Our Mother Tongue: Lesson 16

Week 8
Bible: Ruth; Matthew 8; Psalm 112, 113; Proverbs 4:14-27
More Than a Carpenter ch 7
Optional: Saints and Heroes Vol 2 by G Hodges ch 05 Calvin, 1509-1564
Churchill's The New World first half of ch 7 The Protestant Struggle, to page 97, "Catholic Empire of Hapsburgs" (Questionable section on page 87 about "romps" and scandal involving 'the young princess') OR Arnold-Forster ch 41. What the Reformation Meant AND ch 42. Mary
A Man for All Seasons - spread Act II over 4 weeks
I, Pencil if you're not using Whatever Happened to Justice
Kon Tiki ch 3, last quarter
Whatever Happened to Justice ch 15, 16
Everyman: A Morality Play spread over the 12-week term
The History of English Literature ch 39 How the Sonnet Came to England
Westward Ho! ch 12
Fierce Wars Faithful Loves Canto 8
Rural Hours Sept 26-30 or Lay of the Land ch 1 The Muskrats are Building, last third
Napoleon's Buttons ch 3 Glucose, second half OR Marvels of the Molecule Pt 2 ch 1 A Large and Well-Packed Suitcase
Phineas Gage ch 3 Following Phineas Gage (spread over 2 wks)
Chemical History of a Candle (with study guide) Lecture 4 Part 1
First Studies of Plant Life ch 13 How Plants Give Off Water (spread over 4 weeks)
Grammar: continue your grammar plan, or Our Mother Tongue: Lesson 17

Week 9
Bible: 1 Samuel 1-3; Matthew 9:1-17; Psalm 114, 115; Proverbs 5:1-14
More Than a Carpenter ch 8
Optional: Saints and Heroes Vol 2 by G Hodges ch 06 Knox, 1505-1572
Churchill's The New World second half of ch 7 The Protestant Struggle, to middle of ch 8 Good Queen Bess pg 98-109, from 'all eyes turned to Princess Elizabeth' to 'Divide a European Combination' OR Arnold-Forster ch 43. Elizabeth--The Protestant Queen
Everyman: A Morality Play spread over the 12-week term
Whatever Happened to Justice ch 17, 18
Francis Bacon essay - Of Innovations
The History of English Literature ch 40 The Beginning of Blank Verse
Westward Ho! ch 13, ch 14
Fierce Wars Faithful Loves Canto 9
Napoleon's Buttons ch 4 Cellulose, first half OR Marvels of the Molecule Pt 2 ch 2 Diamond and Glass
Phineas Gage ch 4 Putting Phineas Together Again (spread over 2 wks)
Chemical History of a Candle (with study guide) Lecture 4 Part 2
First Studies of Plant Life ch 13 How Plants Give Off Water (spread over 4 weeks)
Grammar: continue your grammar plan, or Our Mother Tongue: Lesson 18

Week 10
Bible: 1 Samuel 4-8; Matthew 9:18-38; Psalm 116, 117; Proverbs 5:15-23
More Than a Carpenter ch 9
Optional: Saints and Heroes Vol 2 by G Hodges ch 07 Coligny, 1519-1572
Churchill's The New World second half of ch 8 Good Queen Bess pg 109 from "meanwhile, there was Mary Stuart. . ." to end of ch 8 OR Arnold-Forster ch 44 Mary Queen of Scots AND 45. Protestants and Roman Catholics
Everyman: A Morality Play spread over the 12-week term
Kon Tiki ch 4, first half
Whatever Happened to Justice ch 19, 20
Ourselves Book I pg 81-86 Ways Love
The History of English Literature ch 41 Spenser - "The Shepherd's Calendar"
Westward Ho! ch 15, ch 16
Fierce Wars Faithful Loves Canto 10
Napoleon's Buttons ch 4 Cellulise, second half OR Marvels of the Molecule Pt 2 ch 3 Bridges Over . . .
Phineas Gage ch 4 Putting Phineas Together Again (spread over 2 wks)
Chemical History of a Candle (with study guide) Lecture 5 Part 1
First Studies of Plant Life ch 13 How Plants Give Off Water (spread over 4 weeks)
Grammar: continue your grammar plan, or Our Mother Tongue: Lesson 19

Week 11
Bible: 1 Samuel 9-12; Matthew 10; Psalm 118:1-18; Proverbs 6:1-19
More Than a Carpenter ch 10
Optional: Saints and Heroes Vol 2 by G Hodges ch 08 William the Silent, 1533-1584
Churchill's The New World ch 9 The Spanish Armada OR Arnold-Forster ch 46. The Great Armada AND 47. Last Years of the Great Queen
Queen Elizabeth's speech before the Armada
Everyman: A Morality Play spread over the 12-week term
Kon Tiki ch 4, first half
Whatever Happened to Justice ch 21, 22
Francis Bacon essay - Of Regiment of Health
The History of English Literature ch 42 Spenser - "The Faery Queen"
Westward Ho! ch 17, ch 18, ch 19
Fierce Wars Faithful Loves Canto 11
Napoleon's Buttons ch 5 Nitro Compounds, first half OR Marvels of the Molecule Pt 2 ch 4 The Hustle and Bustle
Chemical History of a Candle (with study guide) Lecture 5 Part 2
First Studies of Plant Life ch 13 How Plants Give Off Water (spread over 4 weeks)
Grammar: continue your grammar plan, or Our Mother Tongue: Lesson 20

Week 12
Bible: 1 Samuel 13, 14; Matthew 11; Psalm 118:19-29; Proverbs 6:20-35
More Than a Carpenter ch 11
Churchill's The New World, ch 10 Gloriana OR Arnold-Forster ch 48. A New World and a New Age; ch Arnold-Forster's History of England ch 49. Literature and Art in the Tudor Period AND ch 50. Parliament--Dress--Dwellings--Schools--The Calendar
Everyman: A Morality Play spread over the 12-week term
Whatever Happened to Justice ch 23, 24
Francis Bacon essay - Of Suspicion
The History of English Literature ch 43 Spenser - His Last Days
Westward Ho! ch 20
Fierce Wars Faithful Loves Canto 12
Napoleon's Buttons ch 5 Nitro Compounds, second half OR Marvels of the Molecule Pt 2 ch 5 Molecules That Count
Chemical History of a Candle (with study guide) Lecture 5 Part 3
First Studies of Plant Life ch 14 Water Path in Plants
Grammar: continue your grammar plan, or Our Mother Tongue: Lesson 21
Fearfully and Wonderfully Made ch 1 (this is a 'read and discuss' book)

Optional Exam Week

Week 13
Bible: 1 Samuel 15-17; Matt 12:1-37; Psalm 119:1-19; Proverbs 7:1-5
Mere Christianity Book 1 ch 1 Law of Human Nature; 2 Some Objections
Churchill's The New World ch 11 The United Crowns to page 159 "negotiationsfor the Spanish match." OR Arnold-Forster ch 51. James Stuart, King of England, Scotland, and Ireland: (1) How a Stuart became King of England, (2) The New King and His Subjects (first quarter)
A Coffin For King Charles ch 1 (Prologue), ch 2 to pg 24, "a King and a Christian." OR Queen Elizabeth: Elizabeth's Mother
Whatever Happened to Justice ch 25, 26
Ourselves Book I pg 87-90 Pity
Utopia, Paul Turner's translation: Introduction pg xi-xxiii
The History of English Literature ch 44 About the First Theaters
Westward Ho! ch 21, 22
Shakespeare Sonnet 18
Rural Hours Jan 1-17 or Lay of the Land ch 2 Christmas in the Woods, first half
Napoleon's Buttons ch 6 Silk and Nylon, first half OR Marvels of the Molecule Pt 2 ch 6 Molecules That Clean
Chemical History of a Candle (with study guide) Lecture 6 Part 1
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)
Signs and Seasons: ch 4 The Sun's Motion (schedule over term, with field work)
Johannes Kepler - spread the text over the next three or four weeks
Grammar: continue your grammar plan, or Our Mother Tongue: Lesson 22
The Story of Painting: Work through chapter 5 this term
Fearfully and Wonderfully Made ch 2

Week 14
Bible: 1 Samuel 18-20:42; Matt 12:38-13:23; Psalm 119:20-35; Proverbs 7:6-27
Mere Christianity Book 1 ch 3 Reality of the Law; 4 What Lies Behind
Optional: Saints and Heroes Vol 2 by G Hodges ch 09 Brewster, 1560-1644
Churchill's The New World, ch 11, The United Crowns, from 'in the midst of these turmoils' to ch 12, The Mayflower, to 'London greatly aided them in this.' OR Arnold-Forster ch 51. James Stuart, King of England, Scotland, and Ireland: (3) The Doctrine of "Divine Right", (4) The Beginning of Troubles (second quarter)
A Coffin For King Charles ch 2 from "Faifax could no longer" to end of ch 2 OR Queen Elizabeth: The Childhood of a Princess
Kon Tiki ch 5, first quarter
Whatever Happened to Justice ch 27, 28
Utopia, Paul Turner's translation: pg 5-10: poem, Letters to Peter Giles
Francis Bacon essay - Of Discourse
The History of English Literature ch 45 Shakespeare - The Boy
Westward Ho! ch 23, 24
Shakespeare Sonnet 30
Rural Hours Jan 18-23 or Lay of the Land ch 2 Christmas in the Woods, second half
Napoleon's Buttons ch 6 Silk and Nylon, second half OR Marvels of the Molecule Pt 2 ch 7 Rubber, Nylon, and Wood
Chemical History of a Candle (with study guide) Lecture 6 Part 2
First Studies of Plant Life ch 15 The Living Plant Forms Starch (spread over 2 weeks)
Johannes Kepler - spread the text over the next three or four weeks
Grammar: continue your grammar plan, or Our Mother Tongue: Lesson 23
Fearfully and Wonderfully Made ch 3

Week 15
Bible: 1 Samuel 21-24; Matt 13:24-43; Psalm 119:37-56; Proverbs 8:1-11
Mere Christianity Bk 1 ch 5 Cause to Be Uneasy; Bk 2 ch 1 Rival Conceptions
Churchill's The New World, ch 12 The Mayflower, from 'Beneath the drab exterior' to end of ch 12 OR Arnold-Forster ch 51. James Stuart, King of England, Scotland, and Ireland: (5) The Pilgrim Fathers, (6) The Gunpowder Plot, (7) James Quarrels with the House of Commons (third quarter)
A Coffin For King Charles ch 3 OR Queen Elizabeth: Lady Jane Grey
Kon Tiki ch 5, second quarter
Whatever Happened to Justice ch 29, 30
Ourselves Book I pg 91-94 Benevolence
Utopia, Paul Turner's translation: Book 1 pg 11-13: Letter to Busleiden
The History of English Literature ch 46 Shakespeare - The Man
Westward Ho! ch 25
Shakespeare Sonnet 31
Rural Hours Jan 24-27 or Lay of the Land ch 3 A Cure for Winter, first third
Napoleon's Buttons ch 7 Phenol, first half OR Marvels of the Molecule Pt 2 ch 8 The Air We Breathe
First Studies of Plant Life ch 16 The Work Done by Plants in Making Starch (spread over 2 weeks)
Johannes Kepler - spread the text over the next three or four weeks
Grammar: continue your grammar plan, or Our Mother Tongue: Lesson 24
Fearfully and Wonderfully Made ch 4

Week 16
Bible: 1 Samuel 25-27; Matt 13:44-14:21; Psalm 119:57-71; Proverbs 8:12-21
Mere Christianity Book 2 ch 2 The Invasion; 3 The Shocking Alternative
Churchill's The New World, ch 13 Charles I and Buckingham to 'henceforth they faced it together.' OR Arnold-Forster ch 51. James Stuart, King of England, Scotland, and Ireland: (8) The Ancestors of King George V, (9) The Translation of the Bible, (10) The Union with Scotland, and the Plantation of Ulster (last quarter)
A Coffin For King Charles ch 4 to "sudden to give them counsel." OR Queen Elizabeth: The Spanish Match
Kon Tiki ch 5, third quarter
Whatever Happened to Justice ch 31, 32
Utopia, Paul Turner's translation: Book 1 pg 15- end of 19
The History of English Literature ch 47 Shakespeare - "The Merchant of Venice"
Westward Ho! half of ch 26
Francis Bacon essay - Of Riches
Shakespeare Sonnet 53
Rural Hours Jan 29-30 or Lay of the Land ch 3 A Cure for Winter, second third
Napoleon's Buttons ch 7 Phenol, second half OR Marvels of the Molecule Pt 3 ch 1 Stationary Electron Waves
First Studies of Plant Life ch 16 The Work Done by Plants in Making Starch (spread over 2 weeks)
Grammar: continue your grammar plan, or Our Mother Tongue: Lesson 25
Fearfully and Wonderfully Made ch 5

Week 17
Bible: 1 Samuel 28-2 Samuel 1:16; Matt 14:22-15:20; Psalm 119:72-87; Proverbs 8:22-35
Mere Christianity Book 2 ch 4 The Perfect Penitent
Churchill's The New World, ch 13 Charles I and Buckingham from 'Through the commons had granted' to ch 14 The Personal Rule, to 'the inert forces of the nation.' OR Arnold-Forster ch 52. Charles I--How the King angered the Parliament: (1) Cavaliers and Roundheads (first third)
A Coffin For King Charles ch 4 from "Cromwell's refusal to" to ch 5 to "the blood of the King." pg 110, OR Queen Elizabeth: Elizabeth in the Tower
Kon Tiki ch 5, last quarter
Whatever Happened to Justice ch 33, 34
Ourselves Book I pg 95-98 Sympathy
Utopia, Paul Turner's translation: Book 1 pg 19-to middle of 24
The History of English Literature ch 48 Jonson - "Every Man in his Humor"
Westward Ho! half of ch 26, ch 27
Shakespeare Sonnet 54
Rural Hours Feb 3-6 or Lay of the Land ch 3 A Cure for Winter, last third
Napoleon's Buttons ch 8 Isoprene, first third OR Marvels of the Molecule Pt 3 ch 2 Sperical Waves
First Studies of Plant Life ch 17 The Kind of Gas Which Plants Give Off While Making Starch
Grammar: continue your grammar plan, or Our Mother Tongue: Lesson 26
Fearfully and Wonderfully Made ch 6

Week 18
Bible: 2 Samuel 1:17-4; Matt 15:21-16:12; Psalm 119:88-102; Proverbs 9:1-18
Mere Christianity Book 2 ch 5 The Practical Conclusion
Churchill's The New World ch 14 from 'Presently Charles' Lawyers and sleuth-hounds' to "Irish Army in Scotland whenever it might be necessary." OR Arnold-Forster ch 52. Charles I--How the King angered the Parliament: (2) The Quarrel Grows, (3) The King Sets Aside Magna Charta (second third)
Pilgrim Journal of Plymouth Settlers: pg 2-top of pg 13 to "no harm done" (pdf file)
A Coffin For King Charles ch 5 from pg 110 "The withdrawal of Vane" to end of ch 5 OR Queen Elizabeth: Accession to the Throne
Whatever Happened to Justice ch 35, 36
Utopia, Paul Turner's translation: Book 1 pg 24-to end of 28
The History of English Literature ch 49 Jonson - "The Sad Shepherd"
Westward Ho! ch 28, half of 29
Francis Bacon essay - Of Youth and Age
Shakespeare Sonnet 73
Rural Hours Feb 7 or Lay of the Land ch 4 The Nature-Student, first half
Napoleon's Buttons ch 8 Isoprene, second third OR Marvels of the Molecule Pt 3 ch 3 Waves That Look, 4 Mating Game of Electrons
First Studies of Plant Life ch 18 How Plants Breathe (spread over 2 weeks; don't do experiment with caustic potash)
Grammar: continue your grammar plan, or Our Mother Tongue: Lesson 27
Fearfully and Wonderfully Made ch 7

Week 19
Bible: 2 Samuel 5-9; Matt 16:13-17:13; Psalm 119:103-122; Proverbs 10:1-11
Mere Christianity Book 3 ch 1 The Three Parts of Morality
Churchill's The New World end of ch 14 The Personal Rule 'At this decisive moment. . .' to ch 15 The Revolt of Parliament to 'they would now impeach the Queen.' OR Arnold-Forster ch 52. Charles I--How the King angered the Parliament: (4) Charles as an Absolute King, (5) The Petition of Right: A Storm in the Commons (last third)
Pilgrim Journal of Plymouth Settlers: pg 13-25 (pdf file)
Kon Tiki ch 6, first quarter
Whatever Happened to Justice ch 37, 38
Ourselves Book I pg 99-102 Kindness
A Coffin For King Charles ch 6 to pg 153 "and monarchy must die with him." OR Queen Elizabeth: The War in Scotland
Utopia, Paul Turner's translation: Book 1 pg 28-to middle of 33
The History of English Literature ch 50 Raleigh - "The Revenge"
Westward Ho! half of 29, ch 30
Shakespeare Sonnet 87
Rural Hours Feb 10-14 or Lay of the Land ch 4 The Nature-Student, second half
Napoleon's Buttons ch 8 Isoprene, last third OR Marvels of the Molecule Pt 3 ch 5 When Wave Meets
First Studies of Plant Life ch 18 How Plants Breathe (spread over 2 weeks; don't do experiment with caustic potash)
Grammar: continue your grammar plan, or Our Mother Tongue: Lesson 28
Fearfully and Wonderfully Made ch 8

Week 20
Bible: 2 Samuel 10-13:20; Matt 17:19-18:14; Psalm 119:123-136; Proverbs 10:12-21
Mere Christianity Book 3 ch 2 The Cardinal Virtues
Churchill's The New World ch 15 The Revolt of Parliament, from 'This was the agony of Charles life' to end of ch 15 OR Arnold-Forster ch 53. The King defies Parliament: (1) Ship-money (first third)
Pilgrim Journal of Plymouth Settlers: pg 26-36 (pdf file)
A Coffin For King Charles ch 6 pg 153 from "The next day being Sunday" to ch 7, pg 176 "broke up until the afternoon." OR Queen Elizabeth:  Elizabeth's Lovers
Kon Tiki ch 6, second quarter
Whatever Happened to Justice ch 39, 40
Utopia, Paul Turner's translation: Book 1 pg 33-to end of 37
The History of English Literature ch 51 Raleigh - "The History of the World"
Westward Ho! ch 31
Francis Bacon essay - Of Studies
Shakespeare Sonnet 90
Rural Hours 22-24 or Lay of the Land ch 5 Chickadee, first half
Napoleon's Buttons ch 9 Dyes, first half OR Marvels of the Molecule Pt 3 ch 6 Ties That Bind
First Studies of Plant Life ch 19 The Sensitive Plant
Grammar: continue your grammar plan, or Our Mother Tongue: Lesson 29
Fearfully and Wonderfully Made ch 9

Week 21
Bible: 2 Samuel 13:21-15; Matt 18:15-19:15; Psalm 119:137-155; Proverbs 10:22-32
Mere Christianity Book 3 ch 3 Social Morality
Churchill's The New World, ch 16 The Great Rebellion, to 'ever succeed in holding the towns.' OR Arnold-Forster ch 53. The King defies Parliament: (2) Two Evil Counsellors, (3) The Long Parliament (second third)
Pilgrim Journal of Plymouth Settlers: pg 37-end (pdf file)
A Coffin For King Charles ch 7 pg 176 from "It was known to" to ch 8 pg 198 to "Tuesday, January 30th." OR Queen Elizabeth: Personal Character
Whatever Happened to Justice ch 41, 42
Ourselves Book I pg 103-107 Generosity
Utopia, Paul Turner's translation: Book 1 pg 37-to middle of 42
The History of English Literature ch 52 Bacon - New Ways of Wisdom
Westward Ho! ch 32, 33
Shakespeare Sonnet 94
Rural Hours Feb 26-28 or Layof the Land ch 5 Chickadee, second half
Napoleon's Buttons ch 9 Dyes, second half OR Marvels of the Molecule Pt 3 ch 7 Petal-Shaped, 8 Double Bonds
First Studies of Plant Life ch 20 The Behavior of Plants Toward Light (spread over 4 weeks)
Grammar: continue your grammar plan, or Our Mother Tongue: Lessons 30, 31
Fearfully and Wonderfully Made ch 10

Week 22
Bible: 2 Samuel 16-18; Matt 19:16-20:19; Psalm 119:156-176; Proverbs 11:1-11
Mere Christianity Book 3 ch 4 Morality and Psychoanalysis
Churchill's The New World ch 16 The Great Rebellion, from 'Charles possessed a certain strategic comprehension' to ch 17 Marston Moor and Naseby, to 'led them safely south to Shrewsbury.' OR Arnold-Forster finish ch 53. The King defies Parliament: (4) The Arrest of the Five Members AND 54. How Parliament punished the King: (1) War (first part)
A Coffin For King Charles ch 8 pg 198 from "While the Dutch ambassadors" to "no longer greatly cared." OR Queen Elizabeth: The Invincible Armada
Kon Tiki ch 6, third quarter
Whatever Happened to Justice memo, agreement between parent and child
Utopia, Paul Turner's translation: Book 1 pg 42-to 47
The History of English Literature ch 53 Bacon - The Happy Island
I Promessi Sposi ch 1, 2, half of 3
Shakespeare Sonnet 97
Rural Hours March 4-23 or Lay of the Land ch 6 The Missing Tooth, first half
Napoleon's Buttons ch 10 Wonder Drugs, first half Or Marvels of the Molecule Pt 4 ch 1 Daily Life of
First Studies of Plant Life ch 20 The Behavior of Plants Toward Light (spread over 4 weeks)
Grammar: continue your grammar plan, or Our Mother Tongue: Lesson 32
Fearfully and Wonderfully Made ch 11

Week 23
Bible: 2 Samuel 19-21; Matt 20:20-21:17; Psalm 120, 121; Proverbs 11:12-22
Mere Christianity Book 3 ch 5 Se-ual Morality
Optional: Saints and Heroes Vol 2 by G Hodges ch 10 Laud, 1573-1645
Churchill's The New World, ch 17 Marston Moor and Naseby from 'The success of the king's campaign' to ch 18 The Axe Falls to 'but who should dragoon them?' OR Arnold-Forster ch 54. How Parliament punished the King: (2) Cromwell and the "Ironsides," (3) The Rise of the "Independents" and the "New Model"
A Coffin For King Charles ch 8 pg 217 from "It was nearly two" to ch 9 pg 239 "Church militant on earth." OR Queen Elizabeth: The Earl of Essex
Kon Tiki ch 6, last quarter
Utopia, Paul Turner's translation: Book 2 pg 49-end of 53
The History of English Literature ch 54 About some Lyric Poets
I Promessi Sposi half of ch 3, ch 4, ch 5
Shakespeare Sonnet 104
Rural Hours March 24-31 or Lay of the Land ch 6 The Missing Tooth, second half
Napoleon's Buttons ch 10 Wonder Drugs, second half OR Marvels of the Molecule Pt 4 ch 2 Umbrellas, Chairs, and Boats
First Studies of Plant Life ch 20 The Behavior of Plants Toward Light (spread over 4 weeks)
Grammar: continue your grammar plan, or Our Mother Tongue: Lesson 33
Fearfully and Wonderfully Made ch 12

Week 24
Bible: 2 Samuel 22-24; Matt 21:18-46; Psalm 122, 123, 124; Proverbs 11:23-31
Mere Christianity Book 3 ch 6 Christian Marriage
Churchill's The New World ch 18 The Axe Falls, from, 'Now that the war was won' to the end of ch 18 OR Arnold-Forster ch 54. How Parliament punished the King: (4) The King's Crown Goes Down, (5) The Death of the King
A Coffin For King Charles ch 9 pg 239 from "On the day of the King's" to end of book OR Queen Elizabeth: Conclusion
Utopia, Paul Turner's translation: Book 2 pg 53-middle of 58
I Promessi Sposi ch 6, ch 7, ch 8
Shakespeare Sonnet 116
Napoleon's Buttons ch 13 Morphine, Nicotine, and Caffeine, first third** OR Marvels of the Molecule Pt 4 ch 3 One Pair Kicks Out
First Studies of Plant Life ch 20 The Behavior of Plants Toward Light (spread over 4 weeks)
Grammar: continue your grammar plan, or Our Mother Tongue: Lessons 34, 35
Fearfully and Wonderfully Made ch 13

** Chapters 11 and 12 of Napoleon's Buttons are not scheduled and should be skipped.

Optional Exam Week

Week 25
Bible: 1 Kings 1-2:27; Matthew 22:1-33; Psalm 125, 126, 127; Proverbs 12:1-12
Mere Christianity Book 3 ch 7 Forgiveness
Churchill's The New World, ch 19 The English Republic to "there still lies 'the curse of Cromwell.'" OR Arnold-Forster ch 55. The Commonwealth of England: (1) The Commons Triumphant, (2) Cromwell in Ireland
Utopia, Paul Turner's translation: Book 2 pg 58-end of 62
The History of English Literature ch 55 Herbert - The Parson Poet
John Bunyan's The Holy War - spread the book over the 12-Week term (book has no chapter divisions)
I Promessi Sposi ch 9, ch 10, ch 11
Milton: L'Allegro
Rural Hours Apr 1-3 or Lay of the Land ch 7 The Sign of the Shad-bush
Napoleon's Buttons ch 13 Morphine, Nicotine, and Caffeine, second third OR Marvels of the Molecule Pt 4 ch 4 Breaking Up Is . . .
A Briefer History of Time ch 1 Thinking About the Universe
Adventures with a Microscope: choose 4 adventures this term.
First Studies of Plant Life ch 21 The Behavior of Climbing Plants (spread over 2 weeks)
Signs and Seasons: ch 5 (schedule over term, with field work)
Grammar: continue your grammar plan, or Our Mother Tongue: Lessons 36, 37
How To Read a Book Part 1 ch 1 The Activity and Art of Reading
Fearfully and Wonderfully Made ch 14

Week 26
Bible: 1 Kings 2:28-5; Matthew 22:34-23:12; Psalm 128, 129, 130; Proverbs 12:13-28
Mere Christianity Book 3 ch 8 The Great Sin
Optional: Saints and Heroes Vol 2 by G Hodges ch 11 Cromwell, 1599-1658
Churchill's The New World from ch 19 The English Republic, from "At the moment when the axe. . ." to ch 20 The Lord Protector, to "and the successors of Torquemada." OR Arnold-Forster ch 55. The Commonwealth of England: (3) Dunbar and Worcestor, (4) The Quarrel with the Dutch, (5) The Fight for the Carrying Trade (first half)
Ourselves Book I pg 108-111 Gratitude
Kon Tiki ch 7, first quarter
Utopia, Paul Turner's translation: Book 2 pg 62-middle of 67
John Bunyan's The Holy War - spread the book over the 12-Week term (book has no chapter divisions)
I Promessi Sposi ch 12, ch 13
A Briefer History of Time ch 2 Our Evolving Picture of the Universe
Rural Hours Apr 4-11 or Lay of the Land ch 8 The Nature Movement, first half
Napoleon's Buttons ch 13 Morphine, Nicotine, and Caffeine, last third OR Marvels of the Molecule Pt 4 ch 5 Fidelity and . . .
First Studies of Plant Life ch 21 The Behavior of Climbing Plants (spread over 2 weeks)
Microbe Hunters by DeKruif: Leeuwenhook Section 1
Grammar: continue your grammar plan, or Our Mother Tongue: Lesson 38
Fearfully and Wonderfully Made ch 15

Week 27
Bible: 1 Kings 6, 7; Matthew 23:13-34; Psalm 131, 132, 133; Proverbs 13:1-12
Mere Christianity Book 3 ch 9 Charity; 10 Hope
Churchill's The New World, ch 20 The Lord Protector, "Cromwell's successes and failures" to end of ch 20 OR Arnold-Forster ch 55. The Commonwealth of England: (6) The End of the Long Parliament, (7) His Highness the Lord Protector of the Commonwealth, (8) The End of the Commonwealth, (9) The Restoration (second half)
Kon Tiki ch 7, first quarter
Utopia, Paul Turner's translation: Book 2 pg 67-end of 71
The History of English Literature ch 56 Herrick and Marvell - Of Blossoms and Bowers
John Bunyan's The Holy War - spread the book over the 12-Week term (book has no chapter divisions)
I Promessi Sposi ch 14, ch 15
A Briefer History of Time ch 3 The Nature of a Scientific Theory
Rural Hours Apr 12-25 or Lay of the Land ch 8 The Nature Movement, second half
Napoleon's Buttons ch 14 Oleic Acid, first half OR Marvels of the Molecule Pt 4 ch 6 Electrochemistry
First Studies of Plant Life ch 22 The Behavior of Flowers (spread over 4 weeks)
Microbe Hunters by DeKruif: Leeuwenhook Section 2
Grammar: continue your grammar plan, or Our Mother Tongue: Lesson 39
How To Read a Book Part 1 ch 2 The Levels of Reading
Fearfully and Wonderfully Made ch 16

Week 28
Bible: 1 Kings 8-9:14; Matthew 24:1-31; Psalm 134, 135; Proverbs 13:13-25
Mere Christianity Book 3 ch 11 Faith; 12 Faith (again)
Optional: Saints and Heroes Vol 2 by G Hodges ch 12 Bunyan, 1628-1688
Churchill's The New World, ch 21 The Restoration, to "was England's supreme day of joy." (The folksong "the King enjoys his own again" fits here) OR Arnold-Forster ch 56. Charles II: (1) A Fair Beginning (first quarter)
Ourselves Book I pg 112-115 Courage
Utopia, Paul Turner's translation: Book 2 71-middle of 76
John Bunyan's The Holy War - spread the book over the 12-Week term (book has no chapter divisions)
I Promessi Sposi ch 16, ch 17, ch 18
Milton: Il Penseroso
Rural Hours Apr 26-May 3 or Lay of the Land ch 9 June
Napoleon's Buttons ch 14 Oleic Acid, second half OR Marvels of the Molecule Pt 4 ch 7 Photochemistry, 8 Catalysis
A Briefer History of Time ch 4 Newton's Universe
First Studies of Plant Life ch 22 The Behavior of Flowers (spread over 4 weeks)
Microbe Hunters by DeKruif: Leeuwenhook Section 3
Grammar: continue your grammar plan, or Our Mother Tongue: Lesson 40
Fearfully and Wonderfully Made ch 17

Week 29
Bible: 1 Kings 9:15-12:11; Matthew 24:32-25:13; Psalm 136; Proverbs 14:1-11
Mere Christianity Book 4 ch 1 Making and Begetting
Churchill's The New World, ch 21 The Restoration beginning "The Wheel had not however swung" to ch 22 The Merry Monarch, to "and you have the word of a king for it." OR Arnold-Forster ch 56. Charles II: (2) The Dutch in the Medway; or, England Disgraced (second quarter)
Kon Tiki ch 7, third quarter
Utopia, Paul Turner's translation: Book 2 pg 76-end of 80
John Bunyan's The Holy War - spread the book over the 12-Week term (book has no chapter divisions)
I Promessi Sposi ch 19
Rural Hours May 4 or Lay of the Land ch 10 Broken Feather
Napoleon's Buttons ch 15 Salt, first half OR Marvels of the Molecule Pt 5 ch 1 A Yes or a No
A Briefer History of Time ch 5 Relativity
First Studies of Plant Life ch 22 The Behavior of Flowers (spread over 4 weeks)
Microbe Hunters by DeKruif: Leeuwenhook Section 4
Grammar: continue your grammar plan, or Our Mother Tongue: Lesson 41
How To Read a Book Part 1 ch 3 Elementary Reading
Fearfully and Wonderfully Made ch 18

Week 30
Bible: 1 Kings 12:12-ch 14; Matthew 25:14-46; Psalm 137, 138; Proverbs 14:12-24
Mere Christianity Book 4 ch 2 Three-Personal God; 3 Time and Beyond
Churchill's The New World, ch 22 The Merry Monarch, from "The Cavalier Parliament sternly corrected" to "actually spelt the word 'Cabal.'" OR Arnold-Forster ch 56. Charles II: (3) Pestilence and Fire (third quarter)
Ourselves Book I pg 115-117 Opinions
Kon Tiki ch 7, last quarter
Utopia, Paul Turner's translation: Book 2 pg 81-middle of 85
The History of English Literature ch 57 Milton - Sight and Growth
John Bunyan's The Holy War - spread the book over the 12-Week term (book has no chapter divisions)
I Promessi Sposi ch 21, ch 22, ch 23
Rural Hours May 5-6 or Lay of the Land ch 11 High Noon, first half
Napoleon's Buttons ch 15 Salt, second half OR Marvels of the Molecule Pt 5 ch 2 Extended Waves
A Briefer History of Time ch 6 Curved Space
First Studies of Plant Life ch 22 The Behavior of Flowers (spread over 4 weeks)
William Harvey and the Discovery of the Circulation of Blood (take 3 or 4 weeks as needed)
Grammar: continue your grammar plan, or Our Mother Tongue: Lesson 42
Fearfully and Wonderfully Made ch 19

Week 31
Bible: 1 Kings 15-16:22; Matthew 26:1-35; Psalm 139; Proverbs 14:25-35
Mere Christianity Book 4 ch 4 Good Infection
Churchill's The New World, ch 22 The Merry Monarch, from "The dominant fact on the continent of" to ch 23 The Popish Plot, to "in the broad course of European events." OR Arnold-Forster ch 56. Charles II: (4) The "Cabal"--the Test Act--"Habeas Corpus." (last quarter)
Samuel Pepys, excerpts, first half
Utopia, Paul Turner's translation: Book 2 pg 85-end of 89
The History of English Literature ch 58 Milton - Darkness and Death
John Bunyan's The Holy War - spread the book over the 12-Week term (book has no chapter divisions)
I Promessi Sposi ch 24, ch 25
Milton: Lycidas
Rural Hours May 11-15 or Lay of the Land ch 11 High Noon, second half
Napoleon's Buttons ch 16 Chlorocarbon Compounds, first half OR Marvels of the Molecule Pt 5 ch 3 The 2, 6, 10 Rule
A Briefer History of Time ch 7 The Expanding Universe
First Studies of Plant Life ch 23 How Fruits Are Formed (spread over 3 weeks)
William Harvey and the Discovery of the Circulation of Blood (take 3 or 4 weeks as needed)
Grammar: continue your grammar plan, or Our Mother Tongue: Lessons 43, 44
How To Read a Book Part 1 ch 4 Inspectional Reading
Fearfully and Wonderfully Made ch 20

Week 32
Bible: 1 Kings 16:23-18; Matthew 26:36-56; Psalm 140, 141; Proverbs 15:1-15
Mere Christianity Book 4 ch 5 The Obstinate Toy Soldiers; 6 Two Notes
Churchill's The New World, ch 23 The Popish Plot, from "It was at this moment that Louis XIV" to ch 24 Whig and Tory, to "the Peers rejected the exclusion Bill." OR Arnold-Forster ch 57. James II and the End of Absolute Monarchy in England: (1) A Bad Beginning (first quarter)
Samuel Pepys, excerpts, second half
Ourselves Book I pg 118-121 Loyalty
Kon Tiki ch 8 1/3
Utopia, Paul Turner's translation: Book 2 pg 89-end of 93
The History of English Literature ch 59 Bunyan - "The Pilgrim's Progress"
John Bunyan's The Holy War - spread the book over the 12-Week term (book has no chapter divisions)
I Promessi Sposi ch 26, ch 27
Rural Hours May 16-17 or Lay of the Land ch 12 The Palace in the Pig-pen, first half
Napoleon's Buttons ch 16 Chlorocarbon Compounds, second half OR Marvels of the Molecule Pt 5 ch 4 Forbidden and Allowed
A Briefer History of Time ch 8 The Big Bang, Black Holes, and the Evolution of the Universe
First Studies of Plant Life ch 23 How Fruits Are Formed (spread over 3 weeks)
William Harvey and the Discovery of the Circulation of Blood (take 3 or 4 weeks as needed)
Grammar: continue your grammar plan, or Our Mother Tongue: Lesson 45
Fearfully and Wonderfully Made ch 21

Week 33
Bible: 1 Kings 19, 20; Matthew 26:57-75; Psalm 142, 143; Proverbs 15:16-33
Mere Christianity Book 4 ch 7 Let's Pretend
Churchill's The New World ch 24 Whig and Tory, from "The fury against the Popish plot was gradually" to end of ch 24 OR Arnold-Forster ch 57. James II and the End of Absolute Monarchy in England: (2) Sedgemoor (second quarter)
Kon Tiki ch 8 2/3
Utopia, Paul Turner's translation: Book 2 pg 93-middle of 98
John Bunyan's The Holy War - spread the book over the 12-Week term (book has no chapter divisions)
I Promessi Sposi ch 28, ch 29, ch 30
Rural Hours May 18-20 or Lay of the Land ch 12 The Palace in the Pig-pen, second half
Napoleon's Buttons ch 17 Molecules versus Malaria, first third OR Marvels of the Molecule Pt 5 ch 5 A Law Governing
A Briefer History of Time ch 9 Quantum Gravity
First Studies of Plant Life ch 23 How Fruits Are Formed (spread over 3 weeks)
William Harvey and the Discovery of the Circulation of Blood (take 3 or 4 weeks as needed)
Grammar: continue your grammar plan, or Our Mother Tongue: Lesson 46
How To Read a Book Part 1 ch 5 How to Be a Demanding Reader
Fearfully and Wonderfully Made ch 22

Week 34
Bible: 1 Kings 21, 22; Ecclesiastes 1; Matthew 27:1-26; Psalm 144, 145; Proverbs 16:1-11
Mere Christianity Book 4 ch 8 Hard or Easy? 9 Counting the Cost
Churchill's The New World, ch 25 The Catholic King, to "which he most desired came to pass." OR Arnold-Forster ch 57. James II and the End of Absolute Monarchy in England: (3) From Bad to Worse (third quarter)
Kon Tiki ch 8 3/3
Utopia, Paul Turner's translation: Book 2 pg 98-end of 102
John Bunyan's The Holy War - spread the book over the 12-Week term (book has no chapter divisions)
I Promessi Sposi ch 31, ch 32
Milton: On His Blindness
Rural Hours May 22-25 or Lay of the Land ch 14 The Buzzard of the Bear Swamp
Napoleon's Buttons ch 17 Molecules versus Malaria, second third OR Marvels of the Molecule Pt 5 ch 6 A Snake That . . .
A Briefer History of Time ch 10 Wormholes and Time Travel
First Studies of Plant Life ch 24 How Plants Scatter Their Seeds (spread over 3 weeks)
Grammar: continue your grammar plan, or Our Mother Tongue: Lesson 47
Fearfully and Wonderfully Made ch 23

Week 35
Bible: Ecclesiastes 2-6; Matthew 27:27-66; Psalm 146, 147; Proverbs 16:12-22
Mere Christianity Book 4 ch 10 Nice People or New Men
Churchill's The New World ch 25 The Catholic King, from "James was now at the height" to ch 26 The Revolution of 1688, to "now events struck their hammer blows." OR Arnold-Forster ch 57. James II and the End of Absolute Monarchy in England: (4) The Throne Becomes Vacant (last quarter)
Ourselves Book I pg 121-125 Loyal Chief
Utopia, Paul Turner's translation: Book 2 pg 102-middle of 107
John Bunyan's The Holy War - spread the book over the 12-Week term (book has no chapter divisions)
I Promessi Sposi ch 33, 34
Rural Hours May 27-29 or Lay of the Land ch 15 The Lay of the Land, first half
Napoleon's Buttons ch 17 Molecules versus Malaria, last third OR Marvels of the Molecule Pt 5 ch 7 Boxing and . . .
A Briefer History of Time ch 11 Forces of Nature and the Unification of Physics
First Studies of Plant Life ch 24 How Plants Scatter Their Seeds (spread over 3 weeks)
Grammar: continue your grammar plan, or Our Mother Tongue: Lesson 48
Fearfully and Wonderfully Made ch 24 and 25

Week 36
Bible: Ecclesiastes 7-12; Matthew 28; Psalm 148, 149, 150; Proverbs 16:23-33
Mere Christianity Book 4 ch 11 The New Men
Churchill's The New World, ch 26 The Revolution of 1688, from "At the end of April James issued" to end of book. OR Arnold-Forster ch 58. William III and Mary--The Revolution and Limited Monarchy
Ourselves Book I pg 126-130 Humility
Utopia, Paul Turner's translation: Book 2 pg 107-113
John Bunyan's The Holy War - spread the book over the 12-Week term (book has no chapter divisions)
I Promessi Sposi ch 35, 36, 37
Rural Hours May 30-31 or Lay of the Land ch 15 The Lay of the Land, second half
Napoleon's Buttons Epilogue OR Marvels of the Molecule Pt 5 ch 8 The Message of Molecules
A Briefer History of Time ch 12 Conclusion; Einstein; Galileo; Newton
First Studies of Plant Life ch 24 How Plants Scatter Their Seeds (spread over 3 weeks)
Grammar: continue your grammar plan, or Our Mother Tongue: Lesson 49
Fearfully and Wonderfully Made ch 25

Optional Exam Week