Just sharing the items that are (mostly) new this week.
Cursive Copywork: piece of their choice
· History & Geography
Biblioplan Ch 5: nil
Biblioplan Ch 6: Puritan & Separatists pgs 126-135A, 136B-137A
Read Aloud: My Escape from the Auto de Fe ~ la Mina
Recommending this book as the story is very interesting, though
Dn is struggling a little to get his tongue around some of the Spanish place names :D
Car time audio: SOTW3 Ch: 4
FM of 16th & 17th Century: Champlain (1570-1635)
FM of 16th & 17th Century: Wallenstein (1583-1634)
Reader: 1607 Pochahontas: True Princess ~ Hanes
Poetry: The Walker Book of Classical Poetry .. ~ Rosen
Optional: Two Mighty Rivers: Son of Pocahontas ~ Hanes
Free Reading: The Stolen Lake ~ Aiken
Audio: Squanto: Thanksgiving FOTF (optional)
· Jay ~ History, Literature & Book Basket:
FM of 16th & 17th Century: Champlain (1570-1635)FM of 16th & 17th Century: Wallenstein (1583-1634)
1: GG Yr 3Lit (1550-1900) ~ Shearer
Lesson 4: More Renaissance Poets, Ben Jonson (1572-1637)
Content issues: Ch22 An Adventure of Marie Michon (we read it and discussed it - others may prefer to skip it)
** This book should come with a "your student will be compelled to keep reading" warning! Jay has finished it two weeks ahead of schedule :) Every chance he gets he's had his nosed buried in this book, and he said today it's so nice to have 2 great books to read one right after the other.
The first one was The Prisoner of Zenda ~ Anthony Hope
We've got one more week to go after this one, and then we'll be taking a weeks break. I, for one, am looking forward to it so that we can down our academic tools and get outside to enjoy some local walks and casual tramping, weather permitting, as we're not sure how long our sunny summery weather is going to last.