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Q1W1
Consumers Math:
Daily Warm-Ups 46-50; Math You’ll Need pages vii-ix,
Chapter 1 Getting Started and Chapter 2 Simple
Multiplication.

Physics:
Physics text Chapter 1 The Art of Measurement and Summary
Quiz; Crtn./Phys. CD Module 1; Mech. Univ. Chapter 1
Introduction to the Mechanical Universe page 1+.

Vocabulary:
Classic Roots: Read pages vii-viii, and complete Lesson 1.
Analogies 3: pages 1-5.
Words/High School: aggrandize, credulous, espouse, obtuse,
spurious.
Daily Warm-Ups: 46-48

English +:
Skillsbook p. 3, 5, 6, 7; Find one proofing exercise online
(www.fanfiction.com, www.fictionpress.com, etc.) of at
least three pages (originally double-spaced is okay) to
edit.

Composition & Research:
English Composition I #1, Section I.

World Literature:
Great French Stories, The Legend of St. Julian the
Hospitaler (1877) by Gustave Flaubert (1821-1880); The
Unknow Masterpiece (1831) by Honoré de Balzac (1799-1850).

History I - Michigan:


History II - World:
History of Civilization I Workbook 6 p. 6-24; Men of the
Middle Ages p. 5-26 (Gods of the Teutons; The Niebelungs;
Alaric the Visgoth; Attila the Hun); Bellum Civille p. v-
30; Millennium Eleventh Century: Century of the Sword,
Episode 1.
Economics:
Economics 1139 p. 1-11; Workbook p. A-I; Wealth of Nations
Book I, Introduction - p. 20.

Civics:
Week One: U.S. Constitution 133 p. 1-12; On The Social
Contract Books 1 and 2. Answer in a few paragraphs the
major points made in these passages.

Business:
The Rothchilds page v-14.

Japanese III:

Review hiragana and katakana alphabets; AP Kanji Study;
AHistory of Japanese Literature Forward and p. 1-26.

Greek:
Lesson 1 in textbook and workbook (including alphabet
practice in back of book), flashcards, CD parts 1, 2, 3, 4,
5, 6 7, 10, 86 & 87; Famous Men of Greece p. v-6.

Hexapla:
Complete Fahrenheit 451 Study Guide pages 10, 14, and 15.
31 Languages: Spanish

Bible:
Mere Christianity Preface and pages 3-16; ANSWERS/AGNOSTICS
1109 Section I, due next week.

Archaeology of the Bible:
Old Testament Finds 1-6; Read Seven Wonders pages ix-xiv.

Art:
Doré Bible Illustrations Plates 1-29; Answer in essay-style
the following: What well-known Bible stories were covered?
Were they accurately illustrated? Were they interesting?
Moving?

Logic:
Lessons 1 & 2.

Music:
Antonio Vivaldi: The Best of Vivaldi: Four Seasons.
STOL:
PP Manual Chapter 1 Sections A-D; Workbook Exs. 1A-1D;
Vgrams p. 1-4. Complete and mail-in FCC Radiotelephone
Operator Permit Application (or submit online).

WSWV/Life Prep:
Life Prep: Read Life Prep for Homeschooled Teenagers pages
109-114. Look through the classified section of a newspaper
for employment ads. Were there any jobs being advertised
you were interested in? What sort of job would you like to
find? This part is due Week Two.
Countering Culture: Read pages viii-Chapter 1 and complete
weekly assignments. Check with me for ones to do.
HS     11 Weeklies    2007-2008


Q1W2
Consumers Math:
Daily Warm-Ups 51-55; Math You’ll Need Chapter 3 Long
Multiplication.

Physics:
Physics text Chapter 2 2.1-2.8 Notions of Motion;
Crtn./Phys. CD Module 2; Mech. Univ. Chapter 2 The Law of
Falling Bodies page 13+.

Vocabulary:
Classic Roots: Complete Lesson 2 and Review Exercises.
Analogies 3: pages 6-9.
Words/High School: anathema, deleterious, iconoclast,
obsequious, succinct.
Daily Warm-Ups: 49-51

English +:
Skillsbook p. 8, 9, 10, 11, 13; Find one proofing exercise
online to edit.

Composition & Research:
English Composition I #1, Section II.

World Literature:
Great French Stories, Mateo Falcone (1829) by Prosper
Mérimée (1803-1870); The Return of the Prodigal Son (1907)
by André Gide (1869-1951).

History I - Michigan:
Monday: On the program, insert the State History Michigan
CD and click on SOS Student to begin work. Familiarize
yourself with the program. Check for due dates, as they may
fall within the week. Weekly assignments are updated
weekly, and cannot be available in advance.

History II - World:
History of Civilization I Workbook 6 p. 25-48; Men of the
Middle Ages p. 27-57 (Genseric the Vandal; Theodoric the
Ostrogoth; Benedict and Gregory; Clovis; Justinian); Bellum
Civille p. 31-60.
Economics:
Economics 1139 p. 11-22; Workbook p. I-S Wealth of Nations
p. 21-40.

Civics:
Constitution 133 p. 12-23; On The Social Contract Book 3. Answer in a
few paragraphs the major points made in these passages.

Business:
The Rothchilds pages 15-27.

Japanese III:
Lesson 1; AP Kanji Study; A History of Japanese Literature
p. 29-54.

Greek:
Lesson 2 in textbook and workbook (including alphabet
practice in back of book), flashcards, CD parts 8, 9, 10 &
11; Famous Men of Greece Chapter 1 Deucalion and the Flood.

Hexapla:
Week Two: Complete Fahrenheit 451 Study Guide page 16 (#3,
4 & 5). 31 Languages: Brazilian Portuguese

Bible:
Mere Christianity pages 17-32; ANSWERS/AGNOSTICS 1109
Section I due.

Archaeology of the Bible:
Old Testament Finds 7-12; Read Seven Wonders The Great
Pyramid and the Hanging Garden of Babylon on pages 4 & 10.

Art:
Doré Bible Illustrations Plates 30-59; Answer in essay-style
the following: What well-known Bible stories were covered?
Were they accurately illustrated? Were they interesting?
Moving?

Logic:
Lessons 3 and 4.

Music:
Johann Strauss.
STOL:
PP Manual Chapter 1 Sections E-F; Workbook Exs. 1E & 1F;
Vgrams p. 5-7.

WSWV/Life Prep:
Life Prep: Week One is due.
Countering Culture: Read pages Chapter 2 and complete
weekly assignments. Check with me for ones to do.
HS     11 Weeklies    2007-2008


Q1W3
Consumers Math:
Daily Warm-Ups 56-60; Math You’ll Need Chapter 4 Division,
due Week Four.

Physics:
Physics text Chapter 2 Notions of Motion 2.9-2.15 and
Summary Quiz; Crtn./Phys. CD Module 3; Mech. Univ. Chapter
3 Derivatives page 39+.

Vocabulary:
Classic Roots: Complete Lesson 3.
Analogies 3: pages 11 Unit A using Vocabulary Group I.
Words/High School: beleaguer, capitulate, exonerate,
pedestrian, synchronicity.
Daily Warm-Ups: 52-54

English +:
Skillsbook p. 14, 18, 19, 20, 21; Find one proofing
exercise online to edit.

Composition & Research:
English Composition I #1, Sections III, Unit #1 Test.

World Literature:
Candide, by Voltaire (1694-1778), Note and Chapters 1-17.

History I - Michigan:
Monday: On the program, insert the State History Michigan
CD and click on SOS Student to begin work. Familiarize
yourself with the program. Check for due dates, as they may
fall within the week. Weekly assignments are updated
weekly, and cannot be available in advance.

History II - World:
History of Civilization I Workbook 7 p. 1-17; Men of the
Middle Ages p. 58-86 (Mohammed; Charles Martel and Pepin;
Charlemagne; Harun-al-Rashid); Bellum Civille p. 61-90;
Millennium Twelfth Century: Century of the Axe, Episode 2.
Economics:
Economics 1139 p. 22-30; Workbook p. S-X; Wealth of Nations
p. 41-70.

Civics:
U.S. Constitution 133 p. 12-23; On The Social Contract Book 3. Answer in
a few paragraphs the major points made in these passages.

Business:
The Rothchilds pages 28-36.

Japanese III:
Lesson 2; AP Kanji Study; A History of Japanese Literature
p. 55-87.

Greek:
Lesson 3 in textbook and workbook, flashcards, CD parts 12,
13 & 14; Famous Men of Greece Chapter 2 Cadmus and the
Dragon’s Teeth.

Hexapla:
Read Fahrenheit 451 pages 1-68. Complete Fahrenheit 451
Study Guide pages 17-37. The 451 portion will be due Week
Four. 31 Languages: English for Spanish Speakers

Bible:
Mere Christianity pages 35-50; ANSWERS/AGNOSTICS 1109
Section II, due next week.

Archaeology of the Bible:
Old Testament Finds 13-18; Read Seven Wonders The Statue of
Zeus (Jupiter) at Olympia and The Temple of Diana
(Artemisia) at Ephesus on pages 15 & 18.

Art:
Doré Bible Illustrations Plates 60-90; Answer in essay-style
the following: What well-known Bible stories were covered?
Were they accurately illustrated? Were they interesting?
Moving?

Logic:
Lessons 5 & 6.
Music:
Beethoven Collection. Choose 8 selections to listen to, and
list which you chose.

STOL:
PP Manual Chapter 2 p.2-1 Section A; Workbook Ex. 2A;
Vgrams p. 8 & 9.

WSWV/Life Prep:
Life Prep: The Credit Card Project. See Project Package.
This is due Week Five.
Countering Culture: Read Chapter 3 and complete weekly
assignments. Check with me for ones to do.
HS     11 Weeklies    2007-2008


Q1W4
Consumers Math:
Daily Warm-Ups 61-65; Math You’ll Need Chapter 4 due.

Physics:
Physics text Chapter 3 3.1-3.6 Forces: Push and Pull; Mech.
Univ. Chapter 4 Inertia page 69+; Faraday Lecture #1 page
5+.

Vocabulary:
Classic Roots: Complete Lesson 4 and Review Exercises.
Analogies 3: pages 12 & 13 Units B & C using Vocabulary
Group I.
Words/High School: compunction, dichotomy, fastidious,
ostensible, sanguine.
Daily Warm-Ups: 55-57

English +:
Skillsbook p. 22, 23, 24, 25, 26; Find one proofing
exercise online to edit.

Composition & Research:
English Composition I #2, Section I.

World Literature:
Candide, Chapters 18-30.

History I - Michigan:
Project HisMI01A-Michigan is due Tuesday; Test; (2)
Michigan Historical Figure Lessons.

History II - World:
History of Civilization I Workbook 7 p. 17-32; Men of the
Middle Ages p. 87-112 (Egbert the Saxon; Rollo the Viking;
Alfred the Great; Henry the Fowler; Canute the Great);
Bellum Civille p. 91-120; Millennium Thirteenth Century:
Century of the Stirrup, Episode 3.
Economics:
Economics 1139 Workbook p. Y-AA Self-Test; 1139 Test.

Civics:
U.S. Constitution 133 p. 36-48; 133 Test; Theory of the
Leisure Class pages iii-42. In a few paragraphs, answer how
the points made in these chapters apply today (in a current
manner)? How do they apply in fashion, education, etc.?

Business:
The Rothchilds pages 37-49.

Japanese III:
Lesson 3; AP Kanji Study; A History of Japanese Literature
p. 91-112.

Greek:
Lesson 4 in textbook and workbook, flashcards, CD parts 15
& 16; Famous Men of Greece Chapter 3 Perseus.

Hexapla:
Week Three Fahrenheit 451 due. 31 Languages: Italian

Bible:
Mere Christianity pages 51-65; ANSWERS/AGNOSTICS 1109
Section II due.

Archaeology of the Bible:
Old Testament Finds 19-24; Read Seven Wonders The Mausoleum
at Halicarnassus and The Colossus of Rhodes on pages 24 &
27.

Art:
Doré Bible Illustrations Plates 91-121; Answer in essay-
style the following: What well-known Bible stories were
covered? Were they accurately illustrated? Were they
interesting? Moving?

Logic:
Lessons 7&8.
Music:
Gioacchino Rossini: Overtures.

STOL:
PP Manual Chapter 2 Sections B & C; Workbook Exs. 2B & 2C;
Vgrams p. 10-13.

WSWV/Life Prep:
Life Prep: Continue Credit Card Project, due Week Five.
Countering Culture: Read Chapter 4 and complete weekly
assignments. Check with me for ones to do.
HS     11 Weeklies    2007-2008


Q1W5
Consumers Math:
Daily Warm-Ups 66-70; Math You’ll Need Chapter 5 Fast
Multiplication & Division.

Physics:
Physics text Chapter 3 3.7-3.11 Forces: Push and Pull and
Summary Quiz; Crtn./Phys. CD Module 4; Mech. Univ. Chapter
5 Vectors page 81+.

Vocabulary:
Classic Roots: Complete Lesson 5.
Analogies 3: pages 14 & 15 Units D & E using Vocabulary
Group I.
Words/High School: aesthetic, diminutive, fractious,
paragon, serene.
Daily Warm-Ups: 58-60

English +:
Skillsbook p. 29, 30, 33; Begin research work on your
Nanowrimo project.

Composition & Research:
English Composition I #2, Section II.

World Literature:
Great German Short Stories, Note and Death in Venice by
Thomas Mann.

History I - Michigan:
2 Lessons and Quiz 1 in Michigan History History and
Culture.

History II - World:
History of Civilization I Workbook 8 p. 1-28; Men of the
Middle Ages p. 113-143 (The Cid; Edward the Confessor;
William the Conqueror; Pope Gregory VII and Henry VI; Peter
the Hermit; Frederick Barbarossa; Henry the Second and his
sons); Bellum Civille p. 121-150; Millennium Fourteenth
Century: Century of the Scythe, Episode 4.
Economics:
Wealth of Nations p. 71-100.

Civics:
Constitution 134 p. 1-22; Theory of the Leisure Class pages
43-70. In a few paragraphs, answer how the points made in
these chapters apply today (in a current manner)?

Business:
The Rothchilds pages 50-61.

Japanese III:
AP Kanji Quiz 1; A History of Japanese Literature p. 113-
136.

Greek:
Lesson 5 in textbook and workbook, flashcards, CD parts 17
& 18; Famous Men of Greece Chapter 4 Hecules and His
Labors.

Hexapla:
Read Fahrenheit 451 pages 69-110. Complete Fahrenheit 451
Study Guide pages 38-53. The 451 portion will be due Week
Six. 31 Languages: Latin

Bible:
Mere Christianity pages 67-85; ANSWERS/AGNOSTICS 1109
Section III, due next week.

Archaeology of the Bible:
Old Testament Finds 25-30; Read Seven Wonders The Pharos
(lighthouse) of Alexandria and Stonehenge pages 30 & 97.

Art:
Doré Bible Illustrations Plates 122-152; Answer in essay-
style the following: What well-known Bible stories were
covered? Were they accurately illustrated? Were they
interesting? Moving?

Logic:
Lessons 9 & 10.

Music:
Anton Bruckner: Symphonies #3, 7, 9.
STOL:
PP Manual Chapter 3 p. 3-1 Section A; Workbook Ex. 3A;
Vgrams p. 14 & 15.

WSWV/Life Prep:
Life Prep: Credit Card Project is due.
Countering Culture: Read Chapter 5 and complete weekly
assignments. Check with me for ones to do.
HS     11 Weeklies    2007-2008


Q1W6
Consumers Math:
Daily Warm-Ups 71-75; Math You’ll Need Chapter 6
Multiplication and Division with Decimals.

Physics:
Physics text Chapter 4 4.1-4.7 Making Things Move; Mech.
Univ. Chapter 6 Newton’s Laws page 111+.

Vocabulary:
Classic Roots: Complete Lesson 6 and Review Exercises.
Analogies 3: pages 16 & 17 Units F & G using Vocabulary
Group II.
Words/High School: bequeath, disseminate, indefatigable,
profligate, subjugate.
Daily Warm-Ups: 61-63

English +:
Skillsbook p. 34, 35, 36, 41, 42; Continue work on your
Nanowrimo project.

Composition & Research:
English Composition I #2, Section III.

World Literature:
Great German Short Stories In The Penal Colony by Franz
Kafka; Lieutenant Gustl by Arthur Schnitzler.

History I - Michigan:
1 Lesson and Quiz 2 in Michigan History History and
Culture.

History II - World:
History of Civilization I Workbook 8 p. 29-58; Men of the
Middle Ages p. 144-166 (Louis IX; St. Francis and St.
Dominic; Robert Bruce; Marco Polo; Edward the Black
Prince); Bellum Civille p. 151-180.


Economics:
Economics 1140 p. 1-13; Workbook p. A-J; Wealth of Nations
p. 101-120.
Civics:
U.S. Constitution 134 p. 22-37; Theory of the Leisure Class
pages 103-115 and 151-168. In a few paragraphs, answer how
the points made in these chapters apply today (in a current
manner)?

Business:
The Rothchilds pages 62-77.

Japanese III:
Lesson 4; AP Kanji Study; A History of Japanese Literature
p. 139-174.

Greek:
Lesson 6 in textbook and workbook, flashcards, CD parts 19,
20 & 21; Famous Men of Greece Chapter 5 Jason and the
Golden Fleece.

Hexapla:
Week Five Fahrenheit 451 due. 31 Languages: Greek

Bible:
Mere Christianity pages 86-103; ANSWERS/AGNOSTICS 1109
Section III due.

Archaeology of the Bible:
Old Testament Finds 31-36; Read Seven Wonders Great
Zimbabwe and Mesa Verde pages 100 & 104.

Art:
Doré Bible Illustrations Plates 153-182; Answer in essay-
style the following: What well-known Bible stories were
covered? Were they accurately illustrated? Were they
interesting? Moving?

Logic:
Lessons 11 & 12.

Music:
Johann Sebastian Bach II.

STOL:
PP Manual Chapter 3 Sections B & C; Workbook Exs. B & C;
Vgrams p. 16-18.
WSWV/Life Prep:
Life Prep: Refer back to Weeks One and Two and look through
another section of classified ads for employment. Any
better choices? Which? Does seasonality have an impact on
the ads placed at this time of year (e.g., holidays)?
Countering Culture: Read Chapter 6 and complete weekly
assignments. Check with me for ones to do.
Q1W7
Consumers Math:
Daily Warm-Ups 76-80; Math You’ll Need Chapter 7 Converting
Fractions and Decimals into Fractions.

Physics:
Physics text Chapter 4 4.8-4.13 Making Thins Move and
Summary Quiz; Mech. Univ. Chapter 7 Integration page 129+.

Vocabulary:
Classic Roots: Complete Lesson 7.
Analogies 3: pages 18 & 19 Units H & I using Vocabulary
Group II.
Words/High School: animosity, chicanery, harbinger,
prudent, surreptitious.
Daily Warm-Ups: 64-66

English +:
Skillsbook p. 43, 44, 45, 46, 47, 48; Continue work on your
Nanowrimo project.

Composition & Research:
English Composition I #2, Section IV, Unit #2 Test.

World Literature:
The Glass Mountain and other Polish Fairy Tales, by Elsie
Byrde, Note and pages 1-34.

History I - Michigan:
Check with me.

History II - World:
History of Civilization I Workbook 9 p. 1-16; Men of the
Middle Ages p. 167-199 (William Tell and Arnold von
Winkelried; Tamerlane; Henry V; Joan of Arc; Gutenberg;
Warwick the King-Maker); Bellum Civille p. 181-210;
Millennium Fifteenth Century: Century of the Sail, Episode
5.

Economics:
Economics 1140 p. 13-21; Workbook p. K-P; Wealth of Nations
p. 121-140.
Civics:
U.S. Constitution 134 p. 37-55; Theory of the Leisure Class
pages 179-221. In a few paragraphs, answer how the points
made in these chapters apply today (in a current manner)?

Business:
The Rothchilds pages 78-89.

Japanese III:
Lesson 5; AP Kanji Study; A History of Japanese Literature
p. 175-206.

Greek:
Lesson 7 in textbook and workbook, flashcards, CD parts 22,
23 & 24; Famous Men of Greece Chapter 6 Theseus.

Hexapla:
Read Fahrenheit 451 pages 111-165. Complete Fahrenheit 451
Study Guide pages 54-65. The 451 portion will be due Week
Eight. 31 Languages: French

Bible:
Mere Christianity pages 104-120; ANSWERS/AGNOSTICS 1110
Section I (pages 1-19), due next week.

Archaeology of the Bible:
Old Testament Finds 37-43; Read Seven Wonders Chichén Itzá
and Easter Island pages 108 & 112.

Art:
Doré Bible Illustrations Plates 183-210; Answer in essay-
style the following: What well-known Bible stories were
covered? Were they accurately illustrated? Were they
interesting? Moving?

Logic:
Lessons 13 & 14.

Music:
Felix Mendelssohn.
WSWV/Life Prep:
Life Prep: Make sure your checking account is balanced and
up-to-date.
Countering Culture: Mid-term Review: Worldviews in Conflict
and Secular Humanism. For Units 1 and 2, do #1 and #3. This
is due Week Eight.
Q1W8
Consumers Math:
Daily Warm-Ups 81-85; Math You’ll Need Chapter 8 Adding,
Subtracting, Multiplying, and Dividing Fractions.

Physics:
Physics text Chapter 5 5.1-5.7 Energy: They Don’t Make It
Anymore; Crtn./Phys. CD Module 5, Review Module 2; Mech.
Univ. Chapter 8 The Apple and the Moon page 159+.

Vocabulary:
Classic Roots: Complete Lesson 8 and Review Exercises.
Analogies 3: page 20 Unit J using Vocabulary Group II.
Words/High School: contravene, debilitate, immutable,
pecuniary, scintillate.
Daily Warm-Ups: 67-69

English +:
Skillsbook p. 49, 50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 55; Continue work on
your Nanowrimo project.

Composition & Research:
English Composition I #3, Section I.

World Literature:
The Glass Mountain and other Polish Fairy Tales, pages 34-
63.

History I - Michigan:
Check with me.

History II - World:
History of Civilization I Workbook 9 p. 17-32; Men of the
Middle Ages Worksheet; Bellum Civille p. 211-240;
Millennium Sixteenth Century: Century of the Sail, Episode
6.

Economics:
Economics 1140 p. 21-29; Workbook p. Q-W; Wealth of Nations
p. 141-165.
Civics:
U.S. Constitution 134 p. 55-64; 134 Test; Theory of the Leisure Class
pages 223-244. In a few paragraphs, answer how the points made in
these chapters apply today (in a current manner)?

Business:
The Rothchilds pages 89-109.

Japanese III:
AP Kanji Quiz 2; A History of Japanese Literature p. 209-
239.

Greek:
Famous Men of Greece Chapter 7 Agamemnon, King of Men, and
Chapter 8, Achilles, Bravest of the Greeks.

Hexapla:
Week Seven Fahrenheit 451 Due. 31 Languages: Canadian
French

Bible:
ANSWERS/AGNOSTICS 1110 Section I due.

Archaeology of the Bible:
Old Testament Finds 44-50; Read Seven Wonders Angkor Wat
and Machu Picchu pages 118 & 122.

Art:
Doré Bible Illustrations Plates 211-241; Answer in essay-
style the following: What well-known Bible stories were
covered? Were they accurately illustrated? Were they
interesting? Moving?

Logic:
Lessons 15 & 16.

Music:
George Friedrich Händel Volume 5.

WSWV/Life Prep:
Life Prep: NA
Countering Culture: Week Seven assignment is due.
Q2W1
Consumers Math:
Daily Warm-Ups 86-90; Math You’ll Need Chapter 9 Advanced
Word Problems.

Physics:
Physics text Chapter 5 5.8-5.13 Energy: They Don’t Make It
Anymore and Summary Quiz; Crtn./Phys. CD Module 6; Mech.
Univ. 9 Moving in Circles page 175+.

Vocabulary:
Classic Roots: Complete Lesson 9.
Analogies 3: page 21 Unit K using Vocabulary Group III.
Words/High School: assiduous, delineate, incendiary,
paucity, skullduggery.
Daily Warm-Ups: 70-72

English +:
Work on your Nanowrimo project.

Composition & Research:
English Composition I #3, Section II.

World Literature:
The Magic Hat and Other Danish Fairy Tales, pages 1-33.

History I - Michigan:
See SOS Michigan.

History II - World:
History of Civilization I Workbook 10 p. 1-20; Bellum
Civille p. 241-270; Millennium Seventeenth Century: Century
of the Telescope, Episode 7.

Economics:
Economics 1140 Workbook p. X-AA Self-Test; 1140 Test.

Civics:
U.S. Constitution 135 p. 1-21; Rights of Man p. 5-40.


Business:
The Rothchilds pages 109-121.
Japanese III:
Week One: Lesson 6; AP Kanji Study; A History of Japanese
Literature p. 239-265.

Greek:
Lesson 8 in textbook and workbook, flashcards, CD parts 25,
26 & 27; Famous Men of Greece Chapter 9 The Adventures of
Odysseus.

Hexapla:
Read Fahrenheit 451 pages 167-173. Complete Fahrenheit 451
Study Guide pages 66-70. The 451 portion is due Week Two.
31 Languages: Haitian Creole

Bible:
Mere Christianity pages 121-135; CC&R Biblical Christianity
and Jehovah’s Witnesses.

Archaeology of the Bible:
New Testament Finds 1-6; Read Seven Wonders The Great Wall
page 132.

Art:
Doré Gallery Plates 1-13; Answer in essay-style the
following: What stories or books were covered? Have you
seen any before? Where?

Logic:
Lessons 17 & 18; Also, choose a project on page 198 of
Lesson 33 to complete by Week Six.

Music:
Famous Marches & Dances. Answer 1) Which three did you like
best? Least? 2) Have you heard any of these pieces before?
Where?

WSWV/Life Prep:
Weeks One and Two:
Life Prep: The Car Project. See Project Package. This is
due Week Five.
Countering Culture: Read Chapter 7 and complete the weekly
assignments. Check with me for which ones to do.
Q2W2
Consumers Math:
Daily Warm-Ups 91-95; Math You’ll Need Chapter 10
Percentages.

Physics:
Physics text Chapter 6 6.1-6.6 Things That Flow;
Crtn./Phys. CD Module 7; Mech. Univ. 10 Forces page 193+.

Vocabulary:
Classic Roots: Complete Lesson 10 and Review Exercises
Analogies 3: pages 22 & 23 Units L & M using Vocabulary
Group III.
Words/High School: abdicate, deprecate, hackneyed,
obtrusive, sublime.
Daily Warm-Ups: 73-75

English +:
Work on your Nanowrimo project.

Composition & Research:
English Composition I #3, Section III, Unit #3 Test.

World Literature:
The Magic Hat and Other Danish Fairy Tales, pages 34-60.

Required Reading:
Read Chapter Two.


History I - Michigan:
See SOS Michigan.

History II - World:
History of Civilization I Workbook 10 p. 21-41; Bellum
Civille p. 271-300.

Economics:
Wealth of Nations p. 166-210.

Civics:
U.S. Constitution 135 p. 22-40; Rights of Man p. 41-79.
Business:
The Rothchilds pages 121-144.

Japanese III:
Lesson 7; AP Kanji Study; A History of Japanese Literature
p. 269-290.

Greek:
Lesson 9 in textbook and workbook, flashcards, CD parts 28
& 29; Famous Men of Greece Chapter 10 Lycurgus (825 B.C.).

Hexapla:
Fahrenheit 451 due. 31 Languages: German

Bible:
Mere Christianity pages 136-153; CC&R Mormonism and the
Unification Church.

Archaeology of the Bible:
New Testament Finds 7-12; Read Seven Wonders Borobudur page
135.

Art:
Doré Gallery Plates 14-28; Answer in essay-style the
following: What stories or books were covered? Have you
seen any before? Where?

Logic:
Lessons 19 & 20.

Music:
Famous Vienna Waltzes: Vienna Bon-Bons. Answer 1) Which of
the three composers’ works did you like best? Least? 2)
Have you heard any of these pieces before? Where?

WSWV/Life Prep:
Life Prep: Car Project, due Week Five.
Countering Culture: Read Chapter 8 and complete the weekly
assignments. Check with me for which ones to do.
Q2W3
Consumers Math:
Daily Warm-Ups 96-100; Math You’ll Need Chapter 11 Negative
Numbers.

Physics:
Physics text Chapter 6 6.7-6.12 Things That Flow and
Summary Quiz; Mech. Univ. Chapter 11 Gravity, Electricity,
and Magnetism page 217+.

Vocabulary:
Classic Roots: Complete Lesson 11.
Analogies 3: page 24 Unit N using Vocabulary Group III.
Words/High School: adroit, diabolical, jingoism, parsimony,
trite.
Daily Warm-Ups: 76-78

English +:
Work on your Nanowrimo project.

Composition & Research:
English Composition I #4, Section I.

World Literature:
Great Russian Stories, Note and The Queen of Spades by
Alexander Pushkin; The Clothesmender by Nicholay Lesch.

Required Reading:
Read Chapter Three.

History I - Michigan:
See SOS Michigan. Research a Michigan invention (or an
invention by a Michigan resident) and write an essay of 500
words.

History II - World:
History of Civilization I Test; Men of the Renaissance &
Reformation p. v-7 (Petrarch); Bellum Civille p. 301-330.

Economics:
Wealth of Nations p. 211 - Book II p. 240.

Civics:
U.S. Constitution 135 p. 41-Test; Rights of Man p. 80-120.
Business:
The Rothchilds pages 142-160.

Japanese III:
Lesson 8; AP Kanji Study; A History of Japanese Literature
p. 290-313.

Greek:
Lesson 10 in textbook and workbook, flashcards, CD parts 30
& 31; Famous Men of Greece Chapter 11 Draco and Solon (638-
559 B.C.).

Hexapla:
Read Fahrenheit 451 pages 175-191. Complete Fahrenheit 451
Study Guide pages 71-73 (see me). The 451 portion will be
due Week Six. 31 Languages: Dutch

Bible:
Mere Christianity pages 154-165; CC&R Christian Science and
the Unity School of Christianity.

Archaeology of the Bible:
New Testament Finds 13-18; Read Seven Wonders The Taj Mahal
page 137.

Art:
Doré Gallery Plates 29-51; Answer in essay-style the
following: What stories or books were covered? Have you
seen any before? Where?

Logic:
Lessons 21 & 22.

Music:
Best Loved Classics: CD 1: Answer 1) Which three of these
pieces did you like best? Least? 2) Have you heard any of
these pieces before? Where?

WSWV/Life Prep:
Life Prep: Car Project, due Week Five.
Countering Culture: Read Chapter 9 and complete the weekly
assignments. Check with me for which ones to do.
Q2W4
Consumers Math:
Daily Warm-Ups 101-105; Math You’ll Need Chapter 12 The
Isolation of x.

Physics:
Physics text Chapter 7 7.1-7.6 Heat: Useful and Wasted;
Crtn./Phys. CD Module 8; Mech. Univ. Chapter 12 The
Millikan Oil-Drop Experiment page 229+; Faraday Lecture #4
50-60.

Vocabulary:
Classic Roots: Complete Lesson 12 and Review Exercises
Analogies 3: page 25 Unit O using Vocabulary Group III.
Words/High School: copious, disconcerting, impervious,
pugnacious, vacillate.
Daily Warm-Ups: 79-81

English +:
Work on your Nanowrimo project.

Composition & Research:
English Composition I #4, Section II.

World Literature:
Great Russian Stories, The Signal by Vsevolod M. Garshin;
Lady with the Toy Dog by Anton Chekhov.

Required Reading:
Read Chapter Four of Animal Farm.

History I - Michigan:
See SOS Michigan.

History II - World:
History of Civilization II Workbook 11 p. 1-12; Men of the
Renaissance & Reformation p. 9-12 (Giotto); Bellum Civille
p. 331-359; Millennium Eighteenth Century: Century of the
Furnace, Episode 8.

Economics:
Economics 1141 p. 1-10; Workbook p. A-H; Wealth of Nations
p. 241-260.
Civics:
U.S. Constitution 136 p. 1-28; Rights of Man p. 121-166.

Business:
The Rothchilds pages 161-177.

Japanese III:
AP Kanji Quiz 3; The Moon Maiden and Other Japanese Fairy
Tales p. 1-40.

Greek:
Lesson 11 in textbook and workbook, flashcards, CD parts
32, 33 & 34; Famous Men of Greece Chapter 12 Pisistratus
the Tyrant (605-527 B.C.).

Hexapla:
31 Languages: Finnish

Bible:
Mere Christianity pages 166-177; CC&R Scientology, Wicca,
and New Age.

Archaeology of the Bible:
New Testament Finds 19-24; Read Seven Wonders Dome of the
Rock page 139.

Art:
Doré Gallery Plates 52-63; Answer in essay-style the
following: What stories or books were covered? Have you
seen any before? Where?

Logic:
Lessons 23 & 24.

Music:
From Week Three: Best Loved Classics: CD 1: Answer 1) Which
three of these pieces did you like best? Least? 2) Have you
heard any of these pieces before? Where?

WSWV/Life Prep:
Life Prep: Car Project, due Week Five.
Countering Culture: Read Chapter 10 and complete the weekly
assignments. Check with me for which ones to do.
Q2W5
Consumers Math:
Daily Warm-Ups 106-110; Math You’ll Need Chapter 13
Exponents and Square Roots.

Physics:
Physics text Chapter 7 7.7-7.12 Heat: Useful and Wasted and
Summary Quiz; Crtn./Phys. CD Modules 9 & 10; Mech. Univ.
Chapter 13 The Law of Conservation of Energy page 245+.

Vocabulary:
Classic Roots: Complete Lesson 13.
Analogies 3: pages 26 & 27 Units P & Q using Vocabulary
Group IV.
Words/High School: bandy, cavalier, juggernaut,
ostentatious, writhe.
Daily Warm-Ups: 82-84

English +:
Wrap up your Nanowrimo project.

Composition & Research:
English Composition I #4, Section III, Unit #4 Test.

World Literature:
Great Russian Stories, The White Mother by Theodor Sologub.

Required Reading:
Read Chapter Five of Animal Farm.

History I - Michigan:
See SOS Michigan.

History II - World:
History of Civilization II Workbook 11 p. 13-25; Men of the
Renaissance & Reformation p. 13-18 (Filippo Brunelleschi
and Donatello).

Economics:
Economics 1141 p. 11-23; Workbook p. I-Q; Wealth of Nations
p. 261-285.

Civics:
U.S. Constitution 136 p. 29-56; Rights of Man p. 167-196.
Business:
The Rothchilds pages 178-210.

Japanese III:
Lesson 9; AP Kanji Study; The Moon Maiden and Other
Japanese Fairy Tales p. 41-78.

Greek:
Lesson 12 in textbook and workbook, flashcards, CD part 35;
Famous Men of Greece Chapter 13 Miltiades the Hero of
Marathon (490 B.C.).

Hexapla:
31 Languages: Swedish

Bible:
Mere Christianity pages 178-190; CC&R Islam and Nation of
Islam.

Archaeology of the Bible:
New Testament Finds 25-30; Read Seven Wonders St. Peter’s
Basilica page 142.

Art:
Doré Gallery Plates 64-72; Answer in essay-style the
following: What stories or books were covered? Have you
seen any before? Where?

Logic:
Lessons 25 & 26.

Music:
Best Loved Classics: CD 2: Answer 1) Which three of these
pieces did you like best? Least? 2) Have you heard any of
these pieces before? Where? This is due Week Six.

WSWV/Life Prep:
Life Prep: Car Project, due this week.
Countering Culture: Read Chapter 11 and complete the weekly
assignments. Check with me for which ones to do.
Q2W6
Consumers Math:
Daily Warm-Ups 111-115; Math You’ll Need Chapter 14 Ratios
and Proportions.

Physics:
Physics text Chapter 8 8.1-8.8 Making Waves; Crtn./Phys. CD
Module 11; Mech. Univ. Chapter 14 Energy and Stability page
267+.

Vocabulary:
Classic Roots: Complete Lesson 14 and Review Exercises.
Analogies 3: pages 28 Unit R using Vocabulary Group IV.
Words/High School: augment, diurnal, garner, propinquity,
travail.
Daily Warm-Ups: 85-87

English +:
Report on NaNoWriMo. Skillsbook p. 27, 28, 57, 58, 59, 60;
Find one proofing exercise online to edit.

Composition & Research:
English Composition I #5, Section I.

World Literature:
Great Russian Stories, Twenty-Six Men and a Girl by Maxim
Gorky. Answer also what you think did or did not happen in
this story.

Required Reading:
Read Chapters Six and Seven of Animal Farm.

History I - Michigan:
See SOS Michigan.

History II - World:
History of Civilization II Workbook 12 p. 1-12; Men of the
Renaissance & Reformation p. 19-20 (Lorenzo Valla); Read
Beowulf p. iii-27.

Economics:
Economics 1141 p. 23-30; Workbook p. R-X; Wealth of Nations
p. 286-318.
Civics:
U.S. Constitution 136 p. 57-83; Common Sense p. 1-30.

Business:
The Rothchilds pages 211-230.

Japanese III:
Lesson 10; AP Kanji Study; The Moon Maiden and Other
Japanese Fairy Tales p. 79-110.

Greek:
Lesson 13 in textbook and workbook, flashcards, CD parts 36
& 37; Famous Men of Greece Chapter 14 Leonidas at
Thermopylae (480 B.C.).

Hexapla:
Week Three Fahrenheit 451 due. 31 Languages: Norwegian

Bible:
Mere Christianity pages 191-200; CC&R Bahá í World of Faith
and Judaism.

Archaeology of the Bible:
New Testament Finds 31-36; Read Seven Wonders Palace of
Versailles page 145.

Art:
Doré Gallery Plates 73-90; Answer in essay-style the
following: What stories or books were covered? Have you
seen any before? Where?

Logic:
Lessons 27 & 28. The Project from Week One is due next
week.

Music:
Best Loved Classics: CD 2: Answer 1) Which three of these
pieces did you like best? Least? 2) Have you heard any of
these pieces before? Where? This is due Week Six.

WSWV/Life Prep:
Life Prep: Car Project is due this week. Review of
classified jobs in newspaper. Any better choices?
Countering Culture: Read Chapter 12 and complete the weekly
assignments. Check with me for which ones to do.
Q2W7
Consumers Math:
Daily Warm-Ups 116-120; Math You’ll Need Chapter 15 Finding
the Areas of Rectangles and Triangles.

Physics:
Physics text Chapter 8 8.9-8.15 Making Waves and Summary
Quiz; Crtn./Phys. CD Module 12; Mech. Univ. Chapter 15
Temperature and Gas Laws page 287+.

Vocabulary:
Classic Roots: Complete Lesson 15.
Analogies 3: page 29 Unit S using Vocabulary Group IV.
Words/High School: aspersion, despondent, impugn,
prescient, urbane.
Daily Warm-Ups: 88-90

English +:
Skillsbook p. 61, 62, 63, 64, 65, 66, 67, 68; Find one
proofing exercise online to edit.

Composition & Research:
English Composition I #5, Section II.

World Literature:
The Kreutzer Sonata and Other Short Stories by Leo Tolstoy,
Note and pages 1-34.

Required Reading:
Read Chapters Eight and Nine of Animal Farm.

History I - Michigan:
See SOS Michigan.

History II - World:
History of Civilization II Workbook 12 p. 13-25; Men of the
Renaissance & Reformation p. 21-26 (Cosimi de’ Medici).
Read Beowulf p. 27-57.

Economics:
Economics 1141 Workbook p. Y-AA Self-Test; 1141 Test.

Civics:
U.S. Constitution 136 p. 84-102; Common Sense p. 30-58.
Business:
The Rothchilds pages 231-273.

Japanese III:
Fukushuu #1; The Moon Maiden and Other Japanese Fairy Tales
p. 11-143.

Greek:
Lesson 14 in textbook and workbook, flashcards, CD part 38;
Famous Men of Greece Chapter 15 Themistocles (died around
453 B.C.).

Hexapla:
31 Languages: Polish

Bible:
Mere Christianity pages 201-238; CC&R Hinduism and Hare
Krishna.

Archaeology of the Bible:
New Testament Finds 37-43; Read Seven Wonders
Neuschwanstein Castle page 148.

Art:
Doré Gallery Plates 91-97; Answer in essay-style the
following: What stories or books were covered? Have you
seen any before? Where?

Logic:
Lessons 29 & 30. The Project from Week One is due this
week.

Music:
Best Loved Classics: CD 3: Answer 1) Which three of these
pieces did you like best? Least? 2) Have you heard any of
these pieces before? Where? This is due Week Eight.
WSWV/Life Prep:
Life Prep: Car Project is due. The Health Insurance
Project. See Project Package. This is due Week Eight.
Countering Culture: Final Review: Postmodern Marxism and
Cosmic Humanism. For Units 3 and 4, do #3 b. Also, write a
300 word essay answering the following areas: 1) The top
five things you learned more about; 2) Five things you
already knew, but learned in more detail; 3) What you see
as the most dangerous of the topics discussed in this book;
and 4) Give one or two examples of how you’ve seen these
worldviews change over your lifetime. This is due Week
Q2W8
Consumers Math:
Daily Warm-Ups 121-125; Math You’ll Need Chapter 16 Finding
the Circumferences and Areas of Circles.

Physics:
Physics text Chapter 9 9.1-9.6 It’s Electric; Crtn./Phys.
CD Modules 13 & 14; Mech. Univ. Chapter 16 The Engine of
Nature page 301+.

Vocabulary:
Classic Roots: Complete Lesson 16 and Review Exercises.
Analogies 3: page 30 Unit T using Vocabulary Group IV.
Words/High School: corroborate, emphatic, interpolate,
pernicious, tantalizing.
Daily Warm-Ups: 91-93

English +:
Skillsbook p. 77, 78, 79, 87 (see me), 88, 92; Find one
proofing exercise online to edit.

Composition & Research:
English Composition I #5, Section III; Test.

World Literature:
The Kreutzer Sonata and Other Short Stories by Leo Tolstoy
pages 34-63.

Required Reading:
Read Chapter Ten of Animal Farm. Complete in Reading
Companion for Fifty Classics page 14-16. Also answer in a
short essay which of the Seven Commandments changed (and
what events led up to them changing) after they were
written on the wall on page 43? How did the changing
(letter of the law, in democracy) of wording change the
animals actions?
Were the animals better off with the farmer, or under their
own rule? Explain.

History I - Michigan:
See SOS Michigan.
History II - World:
History of Civilization I & II Test (over all of I and 11 &
12 of II); Renaissance & Reformation p. 27-34 (Lorenzo de’
Medici).

Economics:
Wealth of Nations Book III p. 319-324; Test.

Civics:
U.S. Constitution 136 Test.

Business:
The Rothchilds pages 274-298. See the Family Tree on the
fold-out. Write 300 words on the impact of the Rothchilds
in Europe and the U.S.

Japanese III:
Fukushuu #1; AP Kanji Quiz #4; The Moon Maiden and Other
Japanese Fairy Tales p. 144-176.

Greek:
Famous Men of Greece Chapter 16 Aristides the Just (died
around 468 B.C.).

Hexapla:
Week Three Fahrenheit 451 due. 31 Languages: Irish.

Bible:
Mere Christianity CD Lecture outline pages 9-12 and CD
Lecture #3; CC&R Transcendental Meditation, Buddhism, and
Nishiren Shoshu Buddhism.

Archaeology of the Bible:
New Testament Finds 44-50.

Art:
Doré Gallery Plates 98-119; Answer in essay-style the
following: What stories or books were covered? Have you
seen any before? Where? Write a 500 word essay on Doré and
his work.

Logic:
Lessons 31 & 32.
Music:
Best Loved Classics: CD 3: Answer 1) Which three of these
pieces did you like best? Least? 2) Have you heard any of
these pieces before? Where?

WSWV/Life Prep:
Life Prep: Car Project is due. The Health Insurance Project
is also due.
Countering Culture: Final Review: Postmodern Marxism and
Cosmic Humanism. For Units 3 and 4, do #3 b. Also, write a
300 word essay answering the following areas: 1) The top
five things you learned more about; 2) Five things you
already knew, but learned in more detail; 3) What you see
as the most dangerous of the topics discussed in this book;
and 4) Give one or two examples of how you’ve seen these
worldviews change over your lifetime. This is due this week
Q3W1
Consumers Math:
Daily Warm-Ups 126-128; Math You’ll Need Chapter 17 Rate,
Time, and Distance Problems.

Physics:
Physics text Chapter 9.7-9.11 It’s Electric and Summary
Quiz; Mech. Univ. Chapter 17 Entropy page 327+.

Vocabulary:
Vocab. Bridges: Complete page 6.
Reading Comp.: #1
Words/High School: ameliorate, covert, indolent,
perspicacious
Daily Warm-Ups: 94-96

English +:
Skillsbook p. 93, 96, 102.

Conversation & Communication:
Speech: Workbook 1 p. 1-6.
What! I Have to Give A Speech?: p. 1-20; Keep in mind page
20.

World Literature:
Read Act I of The Master Builder, by Henrik Ibsen.

Shakespeare:
NA

History I - U.S.:
Workbook 109 p. 1-16.

History II - World:
History of Civilization II Workbook 13 p. 1-15; Beorn
Chapters 1 and 2; Men of the Renaissance & Reformation
Girolama Savonarola.

Economics:
Economics 1142 p. 1-10; Workbook p. A-I; Wealth of Nations
Book IV p. 325-347.

Civics:
Collectivism 136 p. 1-23.
Business Profiles:
Read Citizen Perot, Preface and Chapters 1 and 2.

Japanese III:
Lesson 11; Kanji Study; Bushido Prefaces, Introduction, and
Chapter 1.

Greek:
Lesson 15 in textbook and workbook, flashcards, CD parts
39; Famous Men of Greece Chapter 17 Cimon (died 449 B.C.).

Hexapla:
Read about Professor Seth Lerer. Listen to the History of
the English Language CD Lectures 1 and 2, and write a 100
word synopsis (total). 31 Languages: Russian

Creation:
Workbook 1 p. 1-16.

Food & Cooking:
Making roasted peppers.

WSWV/Life Prep:
Life Prep: The Rent Project. See Project Package. This is
due Week Three.
Q3W2
Consumers Math:
Daily Warm-Ups 129-131; Math You’ll Need Chapter 18 Finding
x: Advanced Problems.

Physics:
Physics text Chapter 10 10.1-10.7 The Power In The Wire;
Crtn./Phys. CD Module 15; Mech. Univ. Chapter 18 The Quest
For Low Temperatures page 343+.

Vocabulary:
Vocab. Bridges: Complete page 8.
Reading Comp.: #4
Words/High School: capricious, erudite, juxtaposition,
replete, throng
Daily Warm-Ups: 97-99

English +:
Skillsbook p. 104, 105, 108, 111, 112; Find one proofing
exercise online to edit.

Conversation & Communication:
Speech: Workbook 1 p. 7-12.
What! I Have to Give A Speech?: p. 21-45; p. 44, #1 and #2.

World Literature:
Read Act II of The Master Builder.

Shakespeare:
Read the handouts for A Midsummer Night’s Dream Act I and
Act II, and read Acts I and II. Take the quiz for Act I.

History I - U.S.:
Workbook 109 p. 16-25.

History II - World:
History of Civilization II Workbook 13 p.15-33; Beorn
Chapter 3; Men of the Renaissance & Reformation Sandro
Botticelli.

Economics:
Economics 1142 p. 11-19; Workbook p. I-Q; Wealth of Nations
P. 348-369.
Civics:
Collectivism 136 p. 23-32.

Business Profiles:
Read Citizen Perot, Chapter 3.

Japanese III:
Lesson 12; Kanji Study; Bushido Chapters 2 and 3.

Greek:
Lesson 16 in textbook and workbook, flashcards, CD parts
40, 41, 42 & 43; Famous Men of Greece Chapter 18 Pericles
(495-429 B.C.).

Hexapla:
Listen to the History of the English Language CD Lectures 3
and 4, and write a 100 word synopsis (total). 31 Languages:
Ukrainian

Creation:
Workbook 1 p. 16-25.

Food & Cooking:
Slicing, dicing, chopping, and pitting.

WSWV/Life Prep:
Life Prep: The Rent Project, due Week Three.
Q3W3
Consumers Math:
Daily Warm-Ups 132-134; Math You’ll Need Chapter 19
Interest Rates.

Physics:
Physics text Chapter 10 10.8-10.13 The Power In The Wire
and Summary Quiz; Mech. Univ. Chapter 19 The Conservation
of Momentum page 359+; Faraday Lecture #5 page 61-72.

Vocabulary:
Vocab. Bridges: Complete page 10.
Reading Comp.: #5
Words/High School: cupidity, exculpate, mitigate, restive,
trepidation
Daily Warm-Ups: 100-102

English +:
Skillsbook p. 113 (see me), 114, 115, 117; Find one
proofing exercise online to edit.

Conversation & Communication:
Speech: Workbook 1 p. 13-16.
What! I Have to Give A Speech?: p. 49-63.

World Literature:
Read Act III of The Master Builder, and summarize the play
in 100 words.

Shakespeare:
Read the handouts for Acts III and IV, and read Acts III
and IV. Take the quiz for Act III.

History I - U.S.:
Workbook 109 p. 25-34; Test 109.

History II - World:
History of Civilization II Workbook 14 p. 1-16; Read Beorn
Chapter 4; Men of the Renaissance & Reformation Leonardo da
Vinci; Millennium Nineteenth Century: Century of the
Machine, Episode 9.

Economics:
Economics 1142 p. 19-30; Workbook p. Q-X; Wealth of Nations
p. 370-406.
Civics:
Collectivism 136 p. 33-51.

Business Profiles:
Read Citizen Perot, Chapter 4.

Japanese III:
Lesson 13; Kanji Study; Bushido Chapters 4 and 5.

Greek:
Lesson 17 in textbook and workbook, flashcards, CD parts
44, 45, 46 & 47; Famous Men of Greece Chapter 19 Alcibiades
(450-404 B.C.).

Hexapla:
Listen to the History of the English Language CD Lectures 5
and 6, and write a 100 word synopsis (total). 31
Languages: Yiddish

Creation:
Workbook 1 p. 25-34; Test over Bible and Science 1.

Food & Cooking:
Chicken Quesadillas.

WSWV/Life Prep:
Life Prep: The Rent Project, is due.
Q3W4
Consumers Math:
Daily Warm-Ups 135-137; Math You’ll Need Chapter 20 Big
Numbers.

Physics:
Physics text Chapter 11 11.1-11.6 Magnetism: Interacting
Currents; Crtn./Phys. CD Module 16; Mech. Univ. Chapter 20
Harmonic Motion pages 379+.

Vocabulary:
Vocab. Bridges: Complete page 12.
Reading Comp.: #8
Words/High School: ancillary, diffident, hyperbole,
recalcitrant
Daily Warm-Ups: 103-105

English +:
Skillsbook p. 125, 127 (see me), 139; Find one proofing
exercise online to edit.

Conversation & Communication:
Speech: Workbook 1 p. 17-27.
What! I Have to Give A Speech?: p. 65-95; p. 94 #2.

World Literature:
Read in East o’ the Sun and West o’ the Moon and other
Norwegian Fairy Tales the stories East o’ the Sun and West
o’ the Moon; Why the Sea is Salt; The 12 Wild Ducks; The
Master Maid; Soria Moria Castle; Princess on the Glass
Hill. Write 100 words on these fairy tales.

Shakespeare:
Read the handout for Act V and read Act V. Take the test on
this play.

History I - U.S.:
Workbook 110 p. 1-13.

History II - World:
History of Civilization II Workbook 14 p. 16-34; Read Beorn
Chapters 5 and 6; Men of the Renaissance & Reformation
Michelangelo Buonarroti.
Economics:
Economics 1142 Workbook p. Y-AA Self-Test; 1142 Test

Civics:
Collectivism 137 p. 1-19.

Business Profiles:
Read Citizen Perot Chapter 5.

Japanese III:
AP Kanji Quiz 1; Bushido Chapters 6 and 7.

Greek:
Lesson 18 in textbook and workbook, flashcards, CD parts 48
& 49; Famous Men of Greece Chapter 20 Lysander (died 395
B.C.).

Hexapla:
Listen to the History of the English Language CD Lectures 7
and 8, and write a 100 word synopsis (total). 31
Languages: Hebrew

Creation:
Workbook 2 p. 1-11.

Food & Cooking:
Your choice of a recipe.

WSWV/Life Prep:
Life Prep: The Food Expense Project. See Project Package.
This is due Week Five.
Q3W5
Consumers Math:
Daily Warm-Ups 138-141; Math You’ll Need Chapter 21 A Taste
of Statistics.

Physics:
Physics text Chapter 11 11.7-11.12 Magnetism: Interacting
Currents and Summary Quiz; Mech. Univ. Chapter 21 Resonance
page 399+.

Vocabulary:
Vocab. Bridges: Complete page 14.
Reading Comp.: #10
Words/High School: catharsis, endemic, languid, reprobate,
utilitarian
Daily Warm-Ups: 106-109

English +:
Skillsbook p. 141, 142 (see me), 143; Find one proofing
exercise online to edit.

Conversation & Communication:
Speech: Workbook 1 Test.
What! I Have to Give A Speech?: p. 97-115.

World Literature:
Choose 12 haikus from The Classic Tradition of Haiku to
read and give an oral report about which you liked best.

Shakespeare:
Read As You Like It Acts I, II, and III.

History I - U.S.:
Workbook 110 p. 13-30.

History II - World:
History of Civilization II Workbook 15 p. 1-20; Read Beorn
Chapter 7; Men of the Renaissance & Reformation Cesare
Borgia.

Economics:
Wealth of Nations p. 407-431; 1142 Test

Civics:
Collectivism 137 p. 19-36.
Business Profiles:
Read Citizen Perot Chapter 6.

Japanese III:
Lesson 14; Kanji Study; Bushido Chapters 8 and 9.

Greek:
Lesson 19 in textbook and workbook, flashcards, CD part 50;
Famous Men of Greece Chapter 21 Socrates (470-399 B.C.).

Hexapla:
Listen to the History of the English Language CD Lectures 9
and 10, and write a 100 word synopsis (total). 31
Languages: Arabic

Creation:
Workbook 2 p. 11-18.

Food & Cooking:
Your choice of a recipe.

WSWV/Life Prep:
Life Prep: The Food Expense Project is due this week.
Q3W6
Consumers Math:
Daily Warm-Ups 142-144; Math You’ll Need Chapter 22
Personal Finances.

Physics:
Physics text Chapter 12 12.1-12.5 Electricity in Use; Mech.
Univ. Chapter 22 Coupled Oscillators and Waves page 413.

Vocabulary:
Vocab. Bridges: Complete page 16.
Reading Comp.: #12
Words/High School: boorish, circumvent, magnanimous,
ruminate
Daily Warm-Ups: 110-115

English +:
Skillsbook p. 145, 146, 147, 148, 149; Find one proofing
exercise online to edit.

Conversation & Communication:
Speech: Workbook 2 p. 1-10.
What! I Have to Give A Speech?: p. 117-124.

World Literature:
Read The Boy Who Drew Cats and write 100 words on these
fairy tales. This is due Week Seven.

Shakespeare:
Read Acts IV and V. Write a 300 word essay on this play.
You may discuss Shakespeare’s life, the times in which he
wrote, any other (contemporary) versions of the story, and
the story and characters.

History I - U.S.:
Workbook 110 p. 30-39; Test 110.

History II - World:
History of Civilization II Workbook 15 p. 21-41; Men of the
Renaissance & Reformation Niccolo Machiavelli.

Economics:
Wealth of Nations p. 432-467.

Civics:
Collectivism 137 p. 37-51.
Business Profiles:
Read Citizen Perot Chapter 7.

Japanese III:
Lesson 15; Kanji Study; Bushido Chapters 10 and 11.

Greek:
Lesson 20 in textbook and workbook, flashcards, CD parts
51; Famous Men of Greece Chapter 22 Xenophon (430-357
B.C.).

Hexapla:
Week Six: Listen to the History of the English Language CD
Lectures 11 and 12, and write a 100 word synopsis (total).
31 Languages: Zulu

Creation:
Workbook 2 p. 18-32; Test over Bible and Science 2.

Food & Cooking:
Make the recipe of your choice.

WSWV/Life Prep:
The Utilities Project. See Project Package. This is due
Week Seven.
Q3W7
Consumers Math:
Daily Warm-Ups 145-147; Math You’ll Need Chapter 23
Business Math.

Physics:
Physics text Chapter 12.6-12.9 Electricity in Use and
Summary Quiz; Mech. Univ. Chapter 23 Angular Momentum page
433+.

Vocabulary:
Vocab. Bridges: Complete page 18.
Reading Comp.: #14
Words/High School: amalgamate, dogmatic, neophyte,
pontificate, voracious
Daily Warm-Ups: 116-120

English +:
Skillsbook p. 150, 151, 152, 153. 154; Find one proofing
exercise online to edit.

Conversation & Communication:
Speech: Workbook 2 p. 11-19.
What! I Have to Give A Speech?: p. 127-143.

World Literature:
Read The Boy Who Drew Cats and write 100 words on these
fairy tales. Due this week.

Shakespeare:
Read Twelfth Night Acts I and II.

History I - U.S.:
Workbook 111 p. 1-10.

History II - World:
History of Civilization II Workbook 16 p. 1-21; Men of the
Renaissance & Reformation Giovanni de’ Medici (Leo X);
Beorn Chapters 9 and 10.

Economics:
Economics 1143 p. 1-11; Workbook p. A-I; Wealth of Nations
Book V p. 468-495.
Civics:
Collectivism 137 p. 51-66.

Business Profiles:
Read Citizen Perot Chapter 8.

Japanese III:
AP Kanji Quiz 2; Bushido Chapters 12 and 13.

Greek:
Lesson 21 in textbook and workbook, flashcards, CD parts
52, 53 & 54; Famous Men of Greece Chapter 23 Epaminondas
and Pelopidas (418-362 B.C.).

Hexapla:
Listen to the History of the English Language CD Lectures
13 and 14, and write a 100 word synopsis (total). 31
Languages: Swahili

Creation:
Workbook 3 p. 1-18.

Food & Cooking:
Make the recipe of your choice.

WSWV/Life Prep:
The Utilities Project is due Week Seven.
Q3W8
Consumers Math:
Daily Warm-Ups 148-151; Math You’ll Need Chapter 24 Review
and Test.

Physics:
Physics text Chapter 13 13.1-13.7 Electrons in Control.

Vocabulary:
Vocab. Bridges: Complete page 20.
Reading Comp.: #17
Words/High School: circumnavigate, epicure, mercurial,
sagacious
Daily Warm-Ups: 121-125

English +:
Skillsbook p. 155, 156, 157, 159, 161; Find one proofing
exercise online to edit.

Conversation & Communication:
Speech: First Run Speech.
What! I Have to Give A Speech?: p. 145-154.

World Literature:
Read Chinese Fairy Tales. Answer these questions in full.
Which of these 2 weeks’ stories did you like best? Least?
Recount two stories in 100 words.

Shakespeare:
Read Acts III and IV.

History I - U.S.:
Workbook 111 p. 10-29.

History II - World:
History of Civilization II Workbook 16 p. 21-41;
Renaissance & Reformation Erasmus; Beorn Chapter 11.

Economics:
Economics 1143 p. 12-19; Workbook p. I-O; Wealth of Nations
p. 496-520.

Civics:
Collectivism 137 p. 66-88.
Business Profiles:
Read Citizen Perot Chapter 9.

Japanese III:
Lesson 16; Kanji Study; Bushido Chapters 14 and 15.

Greek:
Lesson 22 in textbook and workbook, flashcards, CD 55, 56,
57 & 58; Famous Men of Greece Chapter 24 Philip of
Macedonia (382-336 B.C.).

Hexapla:
Listen to the History of the English Language CD Lectures
15 and 16, and write a 100 word synopsis (total). 31
Languages: Bengali

Creation:
Workbook 3 p. 18-30.

Food & Cooking:
During Weeks 8 & 9, your choice of a recipe.

WSWV/Life Prep:
Life Prep: The Budgeting Project. See Project Package. This
is due in one month, Q4W3.
Q3W9
Consumers Math:
NA

Physics:
Physics text Chapter 13.8-13.12 Electrons in Control and
Summary Quiz.

Vocabulary:
Vocab. Bridges: Complete page 21.
Reading Comp.: #18
Words/High School: congenial, ebullient, lugubrious,
prurient
Daily Warm-Ups: 126-130

English +:
Skillsbook p. 163, 165, 166, 168, 169; Find one proofing
exercise online to edit.

Conversation & Communication:
Speech: First Run Speech Delivery.
What! I Have to Give A Speech?: p. 155-157.

World Literature:
Read Chinese Fairy Tales. Answer these questions in full.
Which of these 2 weeks’ stories did you like best? Least?
Recount two stories in 100 words. Due this week.

Shakespeare:
Read Act V. Write 200 words on the play.

History I - U.S.:
Workbook 111 p. 29-42; Test 111.

History II - World:
History of Civilization II Test (13-16); Beorn Chapter 12.

Economics:
Economics 1143 p. 20-30; Workbook p. P-X; Wealth of Nations
p. 521-535.

Civics:
Collectivism Test over 136 and 137.
Business Profiles:
Read Citizen Perot Chapter 10.

Japanese III:
Lesson 17; Kanji Study; Bushido Chapters 16 and 17.

Greek:
Lesson 23 in textbook and workbook, flashcards, CD parts 59
& 60.

Hexapla:
Listen to the History of the English Language CD Lectures
17 and 18, and write a 100 word synopsis (total). 31
Languages: Hindi

Creation:
Test over Bible and Science 3.

Food & Cooking:
During Weeks 8 & 9, your choice of a recipe.

WSWV/Life Prep:
Life Prep: The Budgeting Project. See Project Package. This
is due in one month, Q4W3. Remember to record Budgeting
Project.
Q4W1
Consumers Math:
Daily Warm-Ups 152 & 153; Read Money Matters Chapter One
Stewardship. In your notebook, answer what is the most
important concept this chapter discusses.

Physics:
Physics text Chapter 14 14.1-14.7 Energy in Space;
Crtn./Phys. CD Refer back to Module 11; Mech. Univ. Chapter
27 ENERGY AND ECCENTRICITY PAGE 507+;

Vocabulary:
Vocab. Bridges: Complete page 24.
Reading Comp.: #19
Words/High School: apocryphal, edification, ignominious,
puerile
Daily Warm-Ups: 131-136

English +:
Skillsbook p. 178, 179, 180 (see me), 181; Find one
proofing exercise online to edit.

Conversation & Communication:
Speech: Workbook 3 p. 1-13.
What! I Have to Give A Speech?: p. 159-170.

World Literature:
Read Biancabella and other Italian Fairy Tales page 1-26,
and summarize your favorite.

Required Book:
Read the Introduction, and Chapters 1-7 for Watership Down,
Richard Adam’s journey-tale of a group of misplaced rabbits
in search of their own Shangri La.

Shakespeare:
NA

History I - U.S.:
Workbook 112 p. 1-27.

History II - World:
History of Civilization II Workbook 17 p. 1-25; All the
Swords in England Chapters 1 and 2; Men of the Renaissance
& Reformation John Wycliff and Jan Hus.
Economics:
Economics 1143 Workbook p. V-AA Self-Test; 1143 Test.

Civics:
Collectivism 138 p. 1-17.

Business Profiles:
Read Citizen Perot Chapters 11 and 12.

Japanese III:
Lesson 18; Kanji Study; Geography of Thought Introduction
and Chapter 1.

Greek:
Lesson 24 in textbook and workbook, flashcards, CD parts 61
& 62; Famous Men of Greece Chapter 25 Alexander the Great
(356-323 B.C.).

Hexapla:
Listen to the History of the English Language CD Lectures
19 and 20, and write a 100 word synopsis (total). 31
Languages: Tagalog

Creation:
Workbook 4 p. 1-10.

Food & Cooking:
Prepare egg rolls.

WSWV/Life Prep:
The Mortgage Project. See Project Package. This is due Week
Three. Remember to record Budgeting Project.
Bible: Workbook 1209 David & Solomon.
Q4W2
Consumers Math:
Daily Warm-Ups 154-156; Read Money Matters Chapter Two
Money. In your notebook, mock-up a business. Be sure to
include answering the eight questions of the Business
Puzzle in your mock-up.

Physics:
Physics text Chapter 14 14.8-14.13 Energy in Space and
Summary Quiz; Mech. Univ. Chapter 25 Kepler’s Laws and The
Conic Sections page 477+.

Vocabulary:
Vocab. Bridges: Complete page 26.
Reading Comp.: #20
Words/High School: circumlocution, esoteric, pristine,
quixotic
Daily Warm-Ups: 137-143

English +:
Scriptfrenzy preparation.

Conversation & Communication:
Speech: Workbook 3 p. 14-18.
What! I Have to Give A Speech?: p. 173-176 (do assignment
on page 176).

World Literature:
Read Biancabella and other Italian Fairy Tales page 27-57,
and summarize your favorite.

Required Book:
Read Watership Down, Chapters 8-13.

Shakespeare:
NA

History I - U.S.:
Workbook 112 p. 27-45.
History II - World:
History of Civilization II Workbook 17 p. 25-57; All the
Swords in England Chapter 3; Men of the Renaissance &
Reformation Martin Luther and Charles V.

Economics:
Wealth of Nations p. 536-551.

Civics:
Collectivism 138 p. 17-30.

Business Profiles:
Read Citizen Perot Chapter 13.

Japanese III:
Lesson 19; AP Kanji Quiz 1; Geography of Thought
Chapter 2.

Greek:
Lesson 25 in textbook and workbook, flashcards, CD parts 63
& 64; Famous Men of Greece Chapter 26 Demosthenes (384-322
B.C.).

Hexapla:
Listen to the History of the English Language CD Lectures
21 and 22, and write a 100 word synopsis (total). 31
Languages: Vietnamese

Creation:
Workbook 4 p. 10-17.

Food & Cooking:
Prepare tempura during Weeks 2 and 3.

WSWV/Life Prep:
The Mortgage Project is due Week Three. Remember to record
Budgeting Project, due Week Three.
Bible: Workbook 1108 Reversion.
Q4W4
Consumers Math:
Daily Warm-Ups 160-162; Read Money Matters Chapter Four
Planning. What marketers “plan” your money? Which marketers
“get” your money? Is the product worth your money? Record
in your notebook any members of your Savings Team.

Physics:
Physics text Chapter 15 15.9-15.15 Rays and Images and
Summary Quiz; Mech. Univ. Mech. Univ. CHAPTER 24 GYROSCOPES
PAGE 457+.

Vocabulary:
Vocab. Bridges: Complete page 30.
Reading Comp.: #23
Words/High School: abstruse, colloquy, nuance, quagmire
Daily Warm-Ups: 151-156

English +:
Work on WIP.

Conversation & Communication:
Speech: Second Run Speech Assignment and Workbook 3 Test.
What! I Have to Give A Speech?: p. 183-190.

World Literature:
Read Sonnets From the Portuguese and Other Poems page 24-
51. Summarize your favorite.

Required Book:
Read Watership Down, Chapters 20-25.

Shakespeare:
Read King John Acts III and IV.

History I - U.S.:
Workbook 113 p. 1-18.

History II - World:
History of Civilization II Workbook 18 p. 18-34; Read All
the Swords in England Chapter 6; Men of the Renaissance &
Reformation Conrad Grebel and Michael Sattler.
Economics:
Economics 1144 p. 1-9; Workbook p. A-H; Wealth of Nations
p. 574 - End of the Book. Reading is due Week 6.

Civics:
Collectivism 138 p. 45-60.

Business Profiles:
Read Citizen Perot Chapter 16.

Japanese III:
Fukushuu 2; Geography of Thought Chapter 4.
Greek:
Lesson 26 in textbook and workbook, flashcards, CD parts 65
& 66; Famous Men of Greece Chapter 27 Aristotle, Zeno,
Diogenes, and Apelles (384-322 B.C.).

Hexapla:
Listen to the History of the English Language CD Lectures
25 and 26, and write a 100 word synopsis (total). 31
Languages: Chinese

Creation:
Test over Bible and Science 4.

Food & Cooking:
Weeks Four and Five: Your choice of recipe.

WSWV/Life Prep:
Life Prep: The Tax Project. See Project Package. This is
due this week.
Bible: Workbook 1210 Influencing the World for Christ.
Q4W5
Consumers Math:
Daily Warm-Ups 163-165; Read Money Matters Chapter Banking.
Name a Big European Banking Family; Do a mock load; Review
your credit Card Project from WSWV/Life Prep Quarter One.

Physics:
Physics text Chapter 16 16.1-16.6 Atoms and Electrons;
Mech. Univ. Chapter 28 Navigating in Space page 525+.

Vocabulary:
Vocab. Bridges: Complete page 31.
Reading Comp.: #24
Words/High School: clemency, elucidate, impetuous, remedial
Daily Warm-Ups: 157-163
English +:
Work on WIP.

Conversation & Communication:
Speech: Second Run Speech Delivery.
What! I Have to Give A Speech?: p. 191-195.

World Literature:
Read Jewish Fairy Tales. Reading and writing are due Week
Eight.

Required Book:
Read Watership Down, Chapters 26-31.

Shakespeare:
Read King John Act V, and write 500 words about the play
and the time in which it was set. Was it very accurately
portrayed?

History I - U.S.:
Workbook 113 p. 18-42.

History II - World:
History of Civilization II Workbook 19 p. 1-21; Read All
the Swords in England Chapter 7; Men of the Renaissance &
Reformation Melchior Hoffman, Han Matthys, and Menno
Simons.
Economics:
Economics 1144 p. 10-21; Workbook p. H-P; Wealth of Nations
reading due Week Eight.

Civics:
Collectivism 138 p. 61-77.

Business Profiles:
Read Citizen Perot Chapter 17.

Japanese III:
AP Kanji Exam; Geography of Thought Chapter 5.

Greek:
Lesson 28 in textbook and workbook, flashcards, CD part 68;
Famous Men of Greece Chapter 29 Pyrrhus (318-272 B.C.).

Hexapla:
Listen to the History of the English Language CD Lectures
27 and 28, and write a 100 word synopsis (total). 31
Languages: Korean

Creation:
Workbook 5 p. 1-10.

Art:
One set of ten illustrations and 250 words about the story
or stories depicted. Due Week Six.

Food & Cooking:
Weeks Four and Five: Your choice of recipe.

WSWV/Life Prep:
Life Prep: The Financial Freedom Project. See Project
Package. This is due Week Seven.
Bible: Workbook 1107 Friendship.
Q4W6
Consumers Math:
Daily Warm-Ups 166-168; Money Matters Chapter 6 Spending.
In your notebook, discuss the four main areas of spending.
Next, use your logic background to identify some
advertising methods used on teens today in the media.

Physics:
Physics text Chapter 16 16.7-16.16 Atoms and Electrons and
Summary Quiz; Mech. Univ. Chapter 29 Loose Ends and Black
Holes page 539+.

Vocabulary:
Vocab. Bridges: Complete page 32.
Reading Comp.: #25
Words/High School: anachronism, conjecture, moribund,
respite
Daily Warm-Ups: 164-169

English +:
Work on WIP.

Conversation & Communication:
Speech: NA
What! I Have to Give A Speech?: Do one of the Speech
Projects.

World Literature:
Read Jewish Fairy Tales.

Required Book:
Read Watership Down, Chapters 32-37.

Shakespeare:
Read Othello Acts I and II.

History I - U.S.:
Workbook 113 p. 42-53; Test 113.

History II - World:
History of Civilization II Workbook 19 p. 21-42; Men of the
Renaissance & Reformation Henry VIII and Thomas More; Read
All the Swords in England Chapters 8; Millennium Twentieth
Century: Century of the Globe, Episode 10.
Economics:
Economics 1144 p. 21-30; Workbook p. P-X; Wealth of Nations
reading is due.

Civics:
Collectivism 138 p. 77-91.

Business Profiles:
Read Citizen Perot Chapter 18 and 19.

Japanese III:
Japanese III Review Lesson 1; Geography of Thought Chapter
6.

Greek:
Lesson 29 in textbook and workbook, flashcards, CD parts
69-74; Famous Men of Greece Chapter 30 Cleomenes III (236-
220 B.C.) and pages 139-141.

Hexapla:
Listen to the History of the English Language CD Lectures
29 and 30, and write a 100 word synopsis (total). 31
Languages: Japanese

Creation:
Workbook 5 p. 10-16.

Art:
One set of ten illustrations and 250 words about the story
or stories depicted. Due Week Six.

Food & Cooking:
Weeks Six and Seven: Your choice of recipe.

WSWV/Life Prep:
Life Prep: The Financial Freedom Project is due Week Seven.
Bible: Workbook 1107 Dating & Courtship.
Q4W7
Consumers Math:
Daily Warm-Ups 169-172; Money Matters Chapter 7 Career.
Ponder a career. List in your notebook several careers you
are interested in, and how you are moving toward them.

Physics:
Physics text Chapter 17 17.1-17.8 The Atomic Nucleus and
Beyond; Mech. Univ. Chapter 30 The Harmony of the Spheres:
An Overview of the Mechanical Universe page 553+.

Vocabulary:
Vocab. Bridges: Complete page 33.
Reading Comp.: Your choice
Words/High School: clandestine, enervate, inculcate,
querulous
Daily Warm-Ups: 170-173

English +:
Work on WIP.

Conversation & Communication:
Speech: NA
What! I Have to Give A Speech?: Do one of the Speech
Projects.

World Literature:
Read Jewish Fairy Tales.

Required Book:
Read Watership Down, Chapters 38-42.

Shakespeare:
Read Othello Acts III and IV.

History I - U.S.:
Workbook 114 p. 1-20.

History II - World:
History of Civilization II Workbook 20 p. 1-16; Men of the
Renaissance & Reformation William Tyndale, Thomas Cromwell,
and Thomas Crammer; All the Swords in England Chapter 9.
Economics:
Economics 1144 Workbook p. Y-AA Self-Test; 1144 Test.

Civics:
Collectivism 138 p. 91-110.

Business Profiles:
Read Citizen Perot Chapter 20.

Japanese III:
J3 Review Lesson 2; Kanji Review (Exam); Geography of
Thought Chapter 7.

Greek:
Lesson 30 in textbook and workbook, flashcards, CD parts
75-78 & 88; Famous Men of Greece Chapter 31 The Fall of
Greece (146 B.C.).

Hexapla:
Listen to the History of the English Language CD Lectures
31 and 32, and write a 100 word synopsis (total).

Creation:
Workbook 5 p. 16-23.

Art:
One set of ten illustrations and 250 words about the story
or stories depicted. Additionally, write 200 words about
the artist, his education, the times in which he lived, and
his life.

Food & Cooking:
Weeks Six and Seven: Your choice of recipe.

WSWV/Life Prep:
Life Prep: The Financial Freedom Project is due this week.
Bible: Workbook 1107 Marriage.
Q4W8
Consumers Math:
Daily Warm-Ups 173-176; Create a Job/Career Plan in your
notebook. Update your resume.

Physics:
Physics text Chapter 17 17.9-17.15 and Summary Quiz;
Faraday Lecture and Mechanical Universe Lessons assigned
(due Week 9).

Vocabulary:
Vocab. Bridges: Complete page 37.
Reading Comp.: Your choice
Words/High School: auspicious, consummate, oblique,
rhetorical
Daily Warm-Ups: 174-177

English +:
Work on WIP.

Conversation & Communication:
Speech: NA
What! I Have to Give A Speech?: Do one of the Speech
Projects.

World Literature:
Read Jewish Fairy Tales.

Required Book:
Read Watership Down, Chapters 43-47.

Shakespeare:
Read Othello Act V, and write 500 words about the play and
the region of its most likely location. Where did the Moor
probably live? The writing part is due Week Nine.

History I - U.S.:
Workbook 114 p. 21-38.

History II - World:
History of Civilization II Workbook 20 p. 16-34; Men of the
Renaissance & Reformation John Calvin and John Knox; All
the Swords in England Chapters 10, 11, and the final
chapter.
Economics:
Essay on the Wealth of Nations view and the other utopian
views of how an economy should be governed. For example,
compare how Marx’s and Adams’ and Rousseau’s views differ
or are similar. This should be 500 words and is due next
week. Lessons 212 & 213 are due next week.

Civics:
Collectivism 138 p. 110-124.

Business Profiles:
Read Citizen Perot Chapter 21.

Japanese III:
J3 Review Lesson 3; Kanji Review; Geography of Thought
Chapters 8 and 9.

Greek:
Greek Exam.

Hexapla:
Listen to the History of the English Language CD Lectures
33 and 34, and write a 100 word synopsis (total).

Creation:
Workbook 5 p. 23-26.

Art:
One set of ten illustrations and 250 words about the story
or stories depicted. Additionally, write 200 words about
the artist, his education, the times in which he lived, and
his life.

Food & Cooking:
Week Eight and Nine: Your choice of recipe.

WSWV/Life Prep:
Life Prep: Write a 300 word essay answering the following
areas: 1) The top three things you learned most about; 2)
Three things you already knew, but learned in more detail;
3) What you see as the most important area of your future
(regarding money-issues); and 4) Give one or two examples
of how you might implement what you’ve learned in this
course in your financial and career future. This is due
Week Nine.
Q4W9
Consumers Math:
Daily Warm-Ups 177-180; In your notebook, list the top five
topics emphasized in Money Maters for Teens. Which was most
important to you? Which one did you already know or do?
Which area covered applies most to you? Which will you work
on in your own money matters?

Physics:
Mechanical Universe and Faraday Lecture Lessons are due.

Vocabulary:
Vocab. Bridges: Complete page 38.
Reading Comp.: NA
Words/High School: construe, equanimity, inexorable,
ransack
Daily Warm-Ups: 178-180

English +:
Work on WIP.

Conversation & Communication:
Speech: Last week’s speech project. Third and Final Speech
Delivery
What! I Have to Give A Speech?: NA

World Literature:
Write a 300 word paper on the differences and similarities
of Norwegian, Japanese, Chinese, Italian, Portuguese, and
Jewish fairy tales.

Required Book:
Read Watership Down, Chapters 48-50 and the Epilogue. In
Reading Companion for Fifty Classics, complete pages 149
and 150.

Shakespeare:
Othello writing due.

History I - U.S.:
Workbook 114 p. 39-48; Test 114.

History II - World:
History of Civilization II Test (17-20); Create your own
Men of the Renaissance & Reformation Worksheet and Answer
Sheet of at least 12 items.
Economics:
Wealth of Nations Lessons 212 & 213 are due.

Civics:
Collectivism Test over 138.

Business Profiles:
Write a 500 word paper on Ross Perot. Be sure to address
his political stands.

Japanese III:
J3 Review Lesson 4; Kanji Review; Geography of Thought
Epilogue. Write 500 words on what you thought of this book
and a summary of ideas. Due in two weeks.

Greek:
Famous Men of Greece Worksheet.

Hexapla:
Listen to the History of the English Language CD Lectures
35 and 36, and write a 100 word synopsis (total).

Creation:
Test over Bible and Science 5.

Art:
One set of ten illustrations and 250 words about the story
or stories depicted. Additionally, write 200 words about
the artist, his education, the times in which he lived, and
his life. Due this week.

Food & Cooking:
Your choice of recipe.

WSWV/Life Prep:
Essay is due.

				
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