D'Aulaires' Greek Myths Flashcards
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Beowulf is not the easiest thing to read or teach. This guide will help you as the parent or teacher to plan lessons, assign homework and assess student learning. Even the language is broken down for you. Maps are helpful and interesting to compare with modern maps of northern Europe. Written from a Christian perspective, it contains comprehension questions and activities, plus a closing project. Spiral bound notebook is easy to handle as it will lie flat. Student work pages may be reproduced for your classroom use only. 59 pgs, pb. ~ Sara
Grade 3 continues the quality of the classical education, with new moderated pacing, with students working through Ludere and Latina Christiana I, Christian Studies I, English Grammar Recitation 1, D'Aulaire's Greek Myths and States & Capitals over 3rd and 4th grades. Reading includes classics like Farmer Boy, Charlotte's Web, Paddington and Mr. Popper's Penguins. They will also learn about the animal kingdom, poetry and composition. Rod and Staff Math and Spelling Workout are continued.
This program explores this classic of Greek mythology. There are 25 lessons with review lessons every five lessons. Students read the selected pages from D'Aulaires Book of Greek Myths, familiarize themselves with the "Facts to Know". discuss and define vocabulary words, and answer comprehension questions (written to capture the essence of the characters and the main ideas of each story, which encourage students to think about the reading and provide meaningful answers). The final "Activities" section uses the fantastic illustrations found in D'Aulaires Book of Greek Myths as a springboard for further discussion questions, asks students to mark locations from the stories on an outline map, and complete other activities such as research, discussion and compliling lists. A pronunciation guide in the back breaks down all the tricky Greek names for smoother reading.~ Steph
Memoria Press now offers complete Curriculum Manuals and grade-level curriculum packages for PK-10 using the classical methodology. Recitation is used in every level for memorization of basic facts, systematic phonics and good books are used for reading education, copywork is used for teaching Bible truths, and music and art are included for enrichment in the early (K-3) levels. Each Curriculum Manual contains complete lesson plans for a one-year course of study. The Curriculum Manuals are well-formatted and easy to use. In the front of each book you will find a checklist of the materials needed at that level, an explanation of this curriculum, instructions for lesson implementation, a recommended schedule and blank schedule for your own planning purposes, and 33 weeks of detailed lesson plans. Lessons include assignments from the books used at each grade level, as well as activity suggestions. The appendices include a variety of material for that grade level, and may include: prayers, letter activities, recitation, memory verses, read-aloud book list, poetry list and selections, and a paintings/music list for kindergarten and first grade. These pages are reproducible for family or classroom use. Although most of the guides have been available for several years, the curriculum was restructured in 2015, with many of the programs originally included in 3rd grade now with a slower pacing to span 3rd and 4th grade. Guides for grades 3 and up have been modified to reflect this change, while the lower-level guides have only had minor changes. If you are already midway into the program with the original guides, you can still continue in that track with the older guides, now
Accelerated curriculum guides are available from Memoria Press for families who wish to move at a faster pace than the Classical Core Curriculum pace.If you begin at the Accelerated Pace and find it too difficult, it is possible to transition to the Classical Core Curriculum.