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St Thomas School

Curriculum for Grade Eight ( 2011 Jean W and Maria C M Rioux)

CATECHISM Confirmed in the Faith __ Session 1 __ Session 2 __ Session 3 __ Session 4 __ Session 5 __ Session 6

TWICE WEEKLY Dara Nash __ Patron Saint Paper __ Letter to the Archbishop

Our Life in the Church (Faith and Life 8) __ Chapter 1 __ Chapter 2 __ Chapter 3 __ Chapter 4 __ Chapter 5 __ Chapter 6 __ Chapter 7 __ Chapter 8 __ Chapter 9 __ Chapter 10 __ Chapter 11 __ Chapter 12 __ Chapter 13 __ Chapter 14 __ Chapter 15 __ Chapter 16 __ Chapter 17 __ Chapter 18 __ Chapter 19 __ Chapter 20 __ Chapter 21 __ Chapter 22 __ Chapter 23 __ Chapter 24 __ Chapter 25 __ Chapter 26

Family Catechism (McBride)

__ Lesson 1 __ Lesson2 __ Lesson3 __ Lesson4 __ Lesson5 __ Lesson6

__ Lesson7 __ Lesson8 __ Lesson9 __ Lesson10 __ Lesson11 __ Lesson12

__ Lesson13 __ Lesson14 __ Lesson15 __ Lesson16 __ Lesson17 __ Lesson18

__ Lesson19 __ Lesson20 __ Lesson21 __ Lesson22 __ Lesson23 __ Lesson24

__ Lesson25 __ Lesson26 __ Lesson27 __ Lesson28 __ Lesson29 __ Lesson30

APOLOGETICS Beginning Apologetics I (Series) How to Explain and Defend the Catholic Faith (Chacon and Burnham) __ The Eucharist __ The Canon of the Bible __ The Bible Alone? __ Apostolic Authority __ Marion Doctrines __ Questions Asked about Mary Beginning Apologetics III How to Explain and Defend the Real Presence of Christ in the Eucharist __ What Does the Church Teach About the Eucharist __ Why Should We Believe in the Real Prescence? pp 812 __ pp 13-15 Beginning Apologetics VI How to Explain and Defend Mary __ Mary and Sacred Scripture, pp 3-7 __ The Four defined Marian Doctrines, pp 7-10 __ Reason Demands that Mary is the Mother of God, pp 10-14 __ Perpetual Virginity, pp 14-18 __ Immaculate Conception, pp 19-23 __ The Question of Original Sin,pp 23-27 __ Answering Common __ pp 16-19 __ The Historical Basis For the Real Prescence, pp1922 __ pp 22-24 __ pp25-27 __ Confession __ Scandals in the Church __ Prayer to the Saints

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__ Purgatory __ Miscellaneous Questions

__ The Amazing Graces of the Eucharist, pp28-30 __ Pass the Faith on to Children More Permanently, pp 30-33 __ A Saint's Reflection pp 33-36

Objections, pp 27-30 __ Modern Developments in Marian Theology, pp 3033 __ Approved Marian Apparitions, pp 33-36 __ Joshua 6, pp 36-39

SCRIPTURE STUDY The Teen Timeline DVD Series Lesson One: An Introduction to the Bible __ Opening __ The Story __ Bible Bingo __ Reading the Bible __ Where do I Start? __ The Narrative __ The Time Periods __ Primary Characters __ Getting Started Lesson Two: The Early World __ Early World __ Creation __ Man and Woman __ Covenant __ Portrait: Adam and Eve __ The Curse and Promise __ Family Portraits __ Portrait: Noah __ The Tower of Babel Lesson Three: The Patriarchs __ Patriarchs __ The Call of Abram __ Changing Names __ Portrait: Abraham __ A Living Sacrifice __ Portrait: Rachel __ Jacobs Twelve Sons __ Portrait: Joseph __ Divine Perspective Lesson Four: Egypt and Exodus, Joshua, and Judges __ Egypt and Exodus __ The Burning Bush __ The Passover __ Desert Wanderings __ Portrait: Moses __ Conquest and Judges __ Portrait: Rahab __ Judges __ Portrait: Ruth

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Lesson Five: The Kingdom of GodUnited and Divided __ Royal Kingdom __ Portrait: David __ A New Covenant __ Sin and Repentance __ Divided Kingdom __ The Prophets __ Portrait: Jeremiah __ Reality of Sin __ Portrait: Josiah Lesson Six: The Exile, the Return, and the Revolt __ Exile __ Portrait: Damiel __ Living in Captivity __ Return __ Portrait: Esther __ Maccabean Revolt Lesson Seven: Jesus and the GospelsMessianic Fulfillment

__ Messianic Fulfillment __ Mary and Joseph __ Hypostatic Union __ Christ the Healer __ Life in Ministry __ Portrait: Mary __ Living for Christ __ Portrait: Jesus __ The Eucharist Additional Resopurces: Salvation History (Hahn) __ One Holy Catholic Family __ One Catholic Tribe

Lesson Eight: The Early Church and the Church Today __ The Church __ Dispelling the Myths __ Acts of the Apostles __ Portrait: Paul __ Lectio Divina __ Conclusion

__ One Holy Catholic Nation __ One Holy Catholic

Kingdom __ One Holy Catholic Church

Finding Christ in the Old Testament (Hahn) __ Class One __ Class Two __ Class Three __ Class Four __ Class Five RELIGIOUS READING __ Mere Christianity (Lewis) __ Catholic for a Reason I __ Catholic For a Reason II __ The Great Divorce (Lewis) __ The Screwtape Letters (Lewis) __ The Case For Christianity __ What Catholics Really Believe (Keating) __ The Usual Suspects (Keating) __ By What Authority (Shea) __ Class Six __ Class Seven __ Class Eight __ Class Nine __ Class Ten ONCE WEEKLY __ This is My Body (Shea) __ Heroes of God (Daniel-Rops) __ Saint Watching (McGinley) __ The Strangest Way (Barron) __ Heaven in Stone and Glass (Barron) __ The Way of the Cross (Houselander) __ The New Rosary in Scripture (Sri) __ Saints of the American Wilderness (O'Brien) __ Class Eleven __ Class Twelve __ Class Conclusion

__ Saints of the Jubilee __ A Philadelphia Catholic in King James's Court

__ A Map of Life (Sheed) __ Words to Love By (Mother Theresa) __ Portrait of John Paul II (Frossard)

MATHEMATICS Algebra 1 (Saxon) (Lessons 1-35 are review; 111-126 are advanced) __ Lesson 1 __ Lesson 2 __ Lesson 3 __ Lesson 4 __ Lesson 5 __ Lesson 6 __ Lesson 7 __ Lesson 8 __ Lesson 9 __ Lesson 10 __ Lesson 11 __ Lesson 12 __ Lesson 13 __ Lesson 14 __ Lesson 15 __ Lesson 16 __ Lesson 17 __ Lesson 18 __ Lesson 19 __ Lesson 20 __ Lesson 21 __ Lesson 22 __ Lesson 23 __ Lesson 24 __ Lesson 25 __ Lesson 26 __ Lesson 27 __ Lesson 28 __ Lesson 29 __ Lesson 30 __ Lesson 31 __ Lesson 32 __ Lesson 33 __ Lesson 34 __ Lesson 35 __ Lesson 36. __ Lesson 37. __ Lesson 38. __ Lesson 39. __ Lesson 40. __ Lesson 41. __ Lesson 42. __ Lesson 43. __ Lesson 44. __ Lesson 45. __ Lesson 46. __ Lesson 47. __ Lesson 48. __ Lesson 49. __ Lesson 50.

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Mathematics: A Human Endeavor (Jacobs) Mathematical Ways of Thinking __ Lesson 1 __ Lesson 2 __ Review __ Lesson 3 __ Lesson 4 __ Review __ Lesson 5 __ Lesson 6 __ Review Number Sequences __ Lesson 1 __ Lesson 2 __ Review __ Lesson 3 __ Lesson 4 __ Review __ Lesson 5 __ Lesson 6 __ Review Functions and Their Graphs __ Lesson 1 __ Lesson 2 __ Review __ Lesson 3 __ Lesson 4 __ Review __ Lesson 5 __ Lesson 6 __ Review Large Numbers and Logarithms __ Lesson 1 __ Lesson 2 __ Review

__ Lesson 3 __ Lesson 4 __ Review __ Lesson 5 __ Lesson 6 __ Review Symmetry and Regular Figures __ Lesson 1 __ Lesson 2 __ Review __ Lesson 3 __ Lesson 4 __ Review __ Lesson 5 __ Lesson 6 __ Review Mathematical Curves __ Lesson 1 __ Lesson 2 __ Review Math U See Pre-Algebra __ Negative Numbers: Addition __ Negative Numbers: Subtraction __ Negative Numbers: Multiplication __ Negative Numbers: Division __ Whole Numbers __ Integers

__ Lesson 3 __ Lesson 4 __ Review __ Lesson 5 __ Lesson 6 __ Review Methods of Counting __ Lesson 1 __ Lesson 2 __ Review __ Lesson 3 __ Lesson 4 __ Review The Mathematics of Chance __ Lesson 1 __ Lesson 2 __ Review __ Lesson 3 __ Lesson 4 __ Review __ Lesson 5

__ Lesson 6 __ Review An Introduction to Statistics __ Lesson 1 __ Lesson 2 __ Review __ Lesson 3 __ Lesson 4 __ Review __ Lesson 5 __ Lesson 6 __ Review Topics in Topology __ Lesson 1 __ Lesson 2 __ Review __ Lesson 3 __ Lesson 4 __ Review __ Lesson 5 __ Review

__ Number Line __ Exponents __ Place Value __ Expanded and Exponential Notation __ Negative Numbers: Exponents __ Roots and Radicals __ Solve for an Unknown with Additive Inverse

__ Pythagorean Theorem __ Associative Property __ Commutative Property __ Distributive Property __ Solve for an Unknown with Multiplicative Inverse __ Solve for an Unknown with Order of Operations __ Surface Area of a Solid

__ Transform Celsius to Fahrenheit __ Transform Fahrenheit to Celsius __ Absolute Value __ Ratio and Proportion __ Similar Polygons __ Prime Factorization __ Least Common Multiple __ Greatest Common Factor HISTORY

__ Polynomials: Addition __ Volume of a Cylinder __ Polynomials: Multiplication __ Adding and Subtracting Time __ Same Difference Theorem __ Volume of a Cone and a Pyramid __ Military Time: Addition

and Subtraction __ Measurement: Addition and Subtraction __ Irrational Numbers __ Square Root Formula __ Real Numbers

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Christ the King, Lord of History (Carroll) __ Chapter 1 __ Chapter 2 __ Chapter 3 __ Chapter 4 __ Chapter 5 __ Chapter 6 __ Chapter 7 __ Chapter 8 __ Chapter 9 __ Chapter 10 __ Chapter 11 __ Chapter 12 __ Chapter 13 __ Chapter 14 __ Chapter 15 __ Chapter 16 __ Chapter 17 __ Chapter 18 __ Chapter 19 __ Chapter 20 __ Chapter 21 __ Chapter 22 __ Chapter 23 __ Chapter 24 __ Chapter 25 __ Chapter 26 __ Chapter 27 __ Chapter 28 __ Chapter 29 __ Chapter 30

Our Pioneers and Patriots (Furlong) __ Before Columbus Came to America __ Christopher Columbus __ The People Columbus Found __ Seamen of Portugal and Spain __ New Spain in America __ The English Explorers __ The French Explorers __ Virginia __ Other Southern Colonies __ How the Southern Colonists Lived __ New England Colonies __ Other Founders of Colonies __ Life and Work in New England __ The Middle Colonies __ Leaders in the Middle Colonies __ Life in the Middle Colonies __ The French Come to

America __ Early American Saints __ Father James Marquette and Joliet __ Robert de Salle __ French Territory in America Lost __ George Washington __ How Bad Laws Caused Trouble __ Breaking with England __ The Fight for Freedom __ Naval Heroes __ The Tide of War Turns __ The Winning of the West __ Forming a Government __ The Church and the New

Rebuplic __ Thomas Jefferson __ The Second War of Independence __ A Man of the People __ Texas and Mexico __ California __ The Oregon Country __ Inventions to Save Labor __ Making it Easier to Travel __ The Railroad and the Telegraph __ The South and Slavery __ The North and Slavery __ Abraham Lincoln __ Civil War Leaders

__ Saving the Union __ The South After the Civil War __ The Indians __ How Settlers Reached the West __ Settling Mountain and Plain __ Coal, Iron, and Oil __ Electrical Inventions __ Transportation Becomes a Key Industry __ Grover Cleveland __ Theodore Roosevelt __ Woodrow Wilson __ Franklin D. Roosevelt

HISTORY READING (at pace) Our Young Folks Josephus (Shepard) _ Race __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ The Sacrifice of Isaac Rebekah Jacob and Esau Jacob Flies from Esau The Meeting of Jacob and Esau Joseph and his Brethren Joseph is Sold into Bondage How Joseph had his Brethren in The Sufferings of the Children of Israel Abraham, the Founder of the Jewish __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __

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The Bravery of Moses How Moses Fled out of Egypt to The Ten Plagues of Egypt The Crossing of the Red Sea The Fall of Manna The Victory over the Amalekites How Moses Entertained his Father-inMoses Ascends Mount Sinai The Building of the Tabernacle Moses Conducts the People to the

Midian

law, Jethro

Subjection

Borders of Canaan __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ The Children of Israel Murmur The Israelites Defeat King Sihon and The Prohpet Balaam The Death of Moses Joshua makes War with the Canaanites The People of Gibeon The Destruction of the Benjamites Deborah and Barak Gideon Abimelech and the other Judges who The Mischiefs Samson wrought upon The Story of Ruth The Boy Samuel The Return of the Ark Saul is chosen King The Defeat of the Ammonites The Sin of Saul David and Goliath Saul again Persecutes David David Flees from Saul Saul's Adventure in the Cave The Wife of Nabal Saul again Pursues David The Witch of Endor The Death of Saul David is made King of Israel The Removal of the Ark The Sin of David The Rebellion of Absalom Against Moses King Og

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David is Restored to his Kingdom God sends a Pestilence upon the The Death of David The Reign of Solomon The Queen of Sheba The Sin of Solomon The Folly of Rehoboam How Jeroboam was Punished by God The Successors of Rehoboam Asa, King of Judah Ahab, King of Israel The Miracles of Elijah Naboth's Vineyard How Benhadad made two Expeditions The Death of Ahab Jehosaphat, King of Judah Ahaziah, King of Israel Jehoram, King of Israel The Miracles of Elisha Concerning Jehoram, King of Judah The Death of Jehoram, King of Israel Jehoash is made King of Judah The Death of Elisha Amaziah, King of Judah The Prophet Jonah Uzziah, King of Judah The Kings of Israel Ahaz, King of Judah The Destruction of the Kingdom of The Destruction of Sennacherib's

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succeeded Gideo the Philistines

against Ahab

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Manasseh and Ammon, Kings of Josiah, King of Judah The Invasion of Nebuchadnezzar The Murder of Gedaliah Daniel Belshazzar's Feast Daniel in the Lion's Den The Delivery of the Jews from Bondage Esdras Nehemiah the Cup-Bearer The Story of Esther Bagoses defiles the Temple Manasseh Alexander the Great Ptolemy Sotor Ptolemy Philadelphus Ptolemy Euergetes Hyrcanus, the Son of Joseph Antiochus Epiphanes Mattathias Judas Maccabeus How Judas Maccabeus won two Great The Death of Judas Maccabeus Jonathan Alexander Bala The Defeat and Death of Alexander Demetrius Nicator Revolt of Trypho The Death of Simon Maccabeus John Hyrcanus Aristobulus

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Alexander Janneus Alexander and the Pharisees Pompey takes Jerusalem Antipater and his Sons Herod kills Malichus Herod and Phasael are made Tetrarchs Herod overcomes Antigonus and takes Herod defeats the Arabians Herod Commits Terrible Crimes The Death of Herod The False Alexander Caius (Caligula) becomes Emperor of The Death of Agrippa The Revolt of the Jews against Florus Agrippa vainly attempts to avert the The Defeat of Cestius John of Gischala Vespasian is sent against the Jews Siege of Jotapata The Capture of Josephus The Destruction of Joppa The Fate of the People of Taricheae Taking of Itybarium and Gamala The Surender of Gischala The Zealots The Zealots wrangle among themselves Titus Surrounds Jerusalem A Successful Stratagem The Jewish Factions Unite The Romans suffer a Repulse The Jews destroy the Roman Works

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Titus builds a Wall around Jerusalem The Romans make an Assualt upon the The Antonia is Destroyed The Destruction of the Temple The Warnings given to the Jews Titus takes the Upper City Jerusalem is Destroyed

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Titus rewards and dismisses his Army Vespasian and his Sons celebrate a The Conquests of Bassus The Fortress of Massada The Fall of Massada The Temple in Egypt is Closed The Sedition in Cyrene

Antonia

Triumph

The Boys and Girls Herodotus (John S. White) Book I __ Chapter I __ Chapter II __ Chapter III __ Chapter IV __ Chapter V __ Chapter VI __ Chapter VII Book II __ Chapter I __ Chapter II __ Chapter III __ Chapter IV __ Chapter V Plutarch's Lives (John S. White) __ Theseus __ Romulus __ Lycurgus __ Solon __ Themistocles __ Camillus __ Pericles __ Demosthenes __ Cicero __ Alcibiades __ Coriolanus __ Aristides __ Cimon __ Pompey __ Archimedes __ Chapter VI Book III __ Chapter I __ Chapter II __ Chapter III __ Chapter VI Book VI __ Chapter I __ Chapter II __ Chapter III Book V __ Chapter I __ Chapter I Book VI __ Chapter I __ Chapter II __ Chapter III Book VII __ Chapter I __ Chapter II Book VIII __ Chapter I __ Chapter I Book IX __ Chapter I __ Chapter II

__ Cleopatra __ Agesilaus __ The Brothers __ Philophoemen __ A Roman Triumph __ Caius Fabricius Additional Resources:

__ Quintus Fabius Maximus __ Lucius Conelius Sylla __ Lucullus __ Sertorius __ The Scroll

__ Marcus Cato __ The Sacred Theban Band __ Titus Flamininus __ Alexander the Great __ The Death of Caesar

__ The Anglo-Saxons (Drout) __ The Catholic Church: The First 200 Years (Rasmussen) __ How the Catholic Church Built Western Civilization (Woods) __ Mayflower (Philbrick) __ John Adams (McCullough) __ Founding Brothers (Ellis) __ Passionate Sage (Ellis) __ Erudite Sage (Ellis) __ His Excellency, Mr. Washington (Ellis) __ 1776 (McCullough) SCIENCE General Science by Dr. Jay Wile __ Module 1: A Brief History of Science __ Module 2: Scientific Inquiry __ Module 3: How to Analyze & Interpret Experiments __ Module 4: Science, Applied Science, & Technology __ Module 5: The History of Life: Achaeology, Geology, and Paleontology __ Module 6: Foundations of Geology __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ __ Word to Caesar (Trease) __ Jenkins Ear (Odell and Shephard) __ Out of the Dust (Karen Hesse) __ Number the Stars (Lowry) __ I Am Rembrandts Daughter (Cullen) (RA-edit) __ Ophelia (Klein) (RA-edit) __ Across Five Aprils (Hunt) __ Johnny Tremain (Forbes) __ Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry(Taylor) __ Up a Road, Slowly (Hunt) TWICE WEEKLY

__ Module 7: The Fossil Record __ Module 8: Uniformitarianism and Catastrophism __ Module 9: What is Life? __ Module 10: Classifying Life __ Module 11: The Human Body: Fearfully and Wonderfully Made __ Module 12: Energy and Life __ Module 13: The Human Digestive System __ Module 14: The Human Respiratory and Circulatory System __ Module 15: The Human Lymphatic, Endocrine, and Urinary Systems __ Module 16: The Human Nervous System

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Lyrical Life Science __ Mammals, 4-7 __ Marsupials, 8-12 __ Monotremes, 13-16 __ Carnivores, 17-20 __ Pinnepeds, 21-23 __ Ungulates, 24-28 __ Even-toed Ungulates, 2831 __ Ruminants, 31-35 READING These are Our Horizons Misericordia Reader True and Otherwise __ Primates, 36-41 __ Rodents, 42-47 __ Rodent-like Mammals 4851 __ Bats, 52-55 __ Insectivores, 56-59 __ Toothless Mammals,60-63 __ Whales, 64-67 __ Sirenians, 68-71 FOUR TIMES WEEKLY __ Single Family Orders, 7277 __ Ecology, 78-81 __ Ecology 2, 82-85 __ Biomes, 86-90 __ Coniferous Forests, 91-95

LITERATURE

__ Anne of Green Gables (Montgomery) __ Anne of Avonlea (Montgomery) __ Westward, Ho! (Kingsley) __ The Last of the Mohicans (Cooper) __ All Creatures Great and Small (Herriot) __ All Things Bright and Beautiful (Herriot) __ All Things Wise and Wonderful (Herriot) __ The Great Divorce (Lewis) __ Emma (Austen) __ Pride and Prejudice (Austen) __ Joan of Arc (Twain) __ Lady of the Lake (Scott)

__ Kennilworth (Scott) __ MacBeth __ Henry V __ The Taming of the Shrew __ Julius Caesar __ Fr Brown series (Chesterton) __ Jeeves (Wodehouse) __ Laurenceville Stories __ The Story Book of Science (Fabre) __ Siegfried (Baldwin) __ Hannibal (Abbott) __ Heroes Every Child Should Know (Mabie) __ All Creatures Great and Small (Herriot)

GRAMMAR Warriner's English Grammar and Composition, 2nd Course Part One: Grammar Chapter Two __ Pages 28-32. __ Pages 33-37. __ Pages 38-42. __ Pages 43-47. Chapter Three __ Pages 48-52. __ Pages 53-56. __ Pages 57-61. __ Pages 62-65. __ Pages 66-70. __ Pages 71-75. Chapter Four __ Pages 76-80. __ Pages 81-86. __ Pages 86-92. Chapter Five __ Pages 93-97. __ Pages 98-102. __ Pages 103-108. Chapter Six __ Pages 109-112. __ Pages 113-117.

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__ Pages 118-122. __ Pages 123-125. Chapter Seven __ Pages 126-131. __ Pages 132-135. __ Pages 136-138. Part Two: Usage Chapter Eight __ Pages 141-145. __ Pages 146-152. __ Pages 153-157. Chapter Nine

__ Pages 158-163. __ Pages 163-167. __ Pages 167-172. __ Pages 172-178. Chapter Ten __ Pages 179-183. __ Pages 183-188. Chapter Eleven __ Pages 189-193. __ Pages 194-198. __ Pages 198-204. Part Three: Mechanics Chapter Twelve __ Pages 207-210. __ Pages 211-214. __ Pages 215-219. __ Pages 220-223. Chapter Thirteen __ Pages 224-228. __ Pages 229-232. __ Pages 233-236. __ Pages 237-241. __ Pages 241-247. Chapter Fourteen __ Pages 248-252. __ Pages 253-257. __ Pages 258-262. __ Pages 262-266. __ Pages 267-271. Part Four: Sentence Structure Chapter Fifteen __ Pages 275-278. __ Pages 279-283.

__ Pages 284-288. __ Pages 288-292. Chapter Sixteen __ Pages 293-296. __ Pages 297-301. __ Pages 302-306. __ Pages 307-311. __ Pages 311-314. __ Pages 315-319. Part Five: Composition Chapter Seventeen __ Pages 323-326. Chapter Eighteen __ Pages 328-333. __ Pages 334-337. __ Pages 337-340. __ Pages 340-343. __ Pages 344-346. __ Pages 347-349. __ Pages 350-354. Chapter Nineteen __ Pages 355-359. __ Pages 360-362. __ Pages 363-367. __ Pages 368-372. __ Pages 372-376. __ Pages 376-380. __ Pages 380-384. __ Pages 385-388. __ Pages 388-390. Chapter Twenty __ Pages 391-394. __ Pages 395-399.

__ Pages 400-404. __ Pages 404-406. __ Pages 406-410. Chapter Twenty-One __ Pages 411-414. __ Pages 414-418. __ Pages 418-423. __ Pages 423-426. __ Pages 426-429. Chapter Twenty-Five __ Pages 496-500. __ Pages 501-505. __ Pages 506-509. __ Pages 510-513. __ Pages 514-517. __ Pages 518-520. __ Pages 521-525. Chapter Twenty-Six __ Pages 526-530. __ Pages 531-536. __ Pages 536-540. __ Pages 541-546. __ Pages 546-551. Part Seven: Speaking and Listening Chapter Twenty-Seven __ Pages 555-561. __ Pages 562-566. __ Pages 567-571. Chapter Twenty-Eight __ Pages 572-575. __ Pages 576-578.

VOCABULARY Words Are Important, Introductory Level (Use words in a story) __ Lesson 1 __ Lesson 2 __ Lesson 3 __ Review 1 __ Review 1 __ Lesson 4 __ Lesson 5 __ Lesson 6 __ Review 2 __ Review 2 __ Lesson 7 __ Lesson 8 __ Lesson 9 __ Review 3 __ Review 3 __ Lesson 10 __ Lesson 11 __ Lesson 12 __ Review 4 __ Review 4 __ Lesson 13 __ Lesson 14 __ Lesson 15 __ Review 5

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WRITING Warriners' Models and Exercises, Grade 8 __ Lesson 1 __ Lesson 2 __ Lesson 3 __ Lesson 4 __ Lesson 5 __ Lesson 6 POETRY Shakespeare: __ Lesson 7 __ Lesson 8 __ Lesson 9 __ Lesson 10 __ Lesson 11 __ Lesson 12 __ Lesson 13 __ Lesson 14 __ Lesson 15 __ Lesson 16 __ Lesson 17 __ Lesson 18

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__ The Tempest: Act V, i, 22-71 "This rough magic I here abjure"

__ Hamlet: Act I, iii,22-116 "This above all: To thine own self be true, "

__ Henry V: Act IV, iii,224-281 "This day is called the feast of Crispian" __ Macbeth: Act V, v, 1-36 "Tomorrow and tomorrow and tomorrow, creeps in this petty pace from day to day," __ The Merchant of Venice: Act IV, i 178-224 "The quality of mercy is not strain'd" __ The Merchant of Venice: Act V,i, 33-77 "How sweet the moonlight sleeps upon this bank!" __ "The Charge of the Light Brigade", Alfred Lord Tennyson __ "The Lake Isle of Innisfree", William Butler Yeats __ "Horatius and the Bridge", The Lays of Ancient Rome __ "The Lady of Shallot", Alfred Lord Tennyson __ "The Splendor Falls on Castle Walls", Alfred Lord Tennyson MUSIC APPRECIATION ONCE WEEKLY

300 Years of Interaction in Western Music, Arts, and Culture by Dr. Carol Reynolds __ Unit 1: Using Music History to Unlock Western Culture __ __ Unit 2: Music Entwined With Great Events in Western History Unit 3: Technology, Terminology, and Cultural Perspective

__ Unit 4: Fanfare and Power: The Court of Louis XIV __ Unit 5: Sweeping Away the Renaissance into the Baroque __Unit 6: Liturgical Calendar, Street Parties, and New Church music __ Unit 7: A Lively Journey Through the Life of J.S. Bach __Unit 8:Enlightenment, Classicism, and the Astonishing Mozart __ __ __ Unit 9: Into the Abyss: The Centurey Struggles With Unfettered Imagination Unit 10: Beethoven as Hero and Revolutionary Unit 11: Salons, Poetry, and the Power of Song

__Unit 12:A Tale of Four Virtuosi and the Birth of the Tone Poem __Unit 13: Nationalism, and the Explosion of the Romantic Operqa __Unit 14: The Absolutely New World of Wagner __ __ Unit 15: Imperial Russia_A Cultural Odyssey Unit 16: Load Up the Wagons: The Story of American Music

__ Unit 17: Turning the Page one Western Tradition with the Explosion of War

RESEARCH SKILLS Information, Please! Advanced Level __ Page 21 __ Page 22 __ Page 23 __ Page 24 __ Page 25 LOGIC MindBenders C-1 __ 4-&5-D Example __ Puzzle 1 __ Puzzle 2 __ Puzzle 3 ART Art In Story: Teaching Art History to Elementary School Children Marianne Saccardi First Quarter The Impressionists __ Edgra Degas __ Claude Monet __ Mary Cassatt Post Impressionists __ Paul Cezanne Second Quarter __ Van Gogh __ Georges Seurat __ Toulouse-Lautrec __ Art of Native America 1 Third Quarter __ Art of Native America 2 __ Benjamin West __ Charles Wilson Peale __ Puzzle 4 __ Puzzle 5 __ Puzzle 6 __ Puzzle 7 __ Puzzle 8 __ Puzzle 9 __ Puzzle 10 __ Puzzle 11 __ Puzzle 12 __ Puzzle 13 __ Puzzle 14 __ Page 26 __ Page 27 __ Page 28 __ Page 29 __ Page 30 __ Page 31 __ Page 32 __ Page 33 __ Page 34 __ Page 35 __ Page 36 __ Page 37 __ Page 38 __ Page 39 __ Page 40

__ Anonymous American Primitives Fourth Quarter __ George Catlin GREAT BOOKS SEMINAR September: The Meno (Can Virtue Be Taught?) October: The Gorgias(What is Rhetoric?) November: The Phaedo (Immortality of the soul)

__ Winslow Homer __ Ancient Mayans __ Diego Rivera __ Frida Kahlo

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January: Lincoln's Gettysburg Address (What Makes a Good Man and What Makes a Good Citizen?) February: Pride and Prejudice, Austen (Who's Proud and Who's Prejudiced?) March: Virgil, The Aeneid, Books II and III