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  1. Time Left: 3 days and 13 hours

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  3. I am looking for picture books set in the middle ages. I'm looking mainly for biography and historical fiction, and also stories written at the time (though translated or retold in more modern language). While I in no way need all of these to be "Christian" stories, I would LOVE to find at least some good story books that dealt the faith of the characters involved (both because I'm a Christian myself, and because I know this was a time period where in large parts of the world Christianity flourished, and it seems inaccurate to only show stories where faith doesn't play a role, because I
  4. I've started putting together literature for the my 11 year old DS (grade 6--avid, strong reader) and my 9 year old DS (grade 4--average, reluctant reader). We will be covering the middle ages next year. While I have a very complete list of European/Western literature selections for both ages, I really prefer to have a more balanced selection--I try to avoid the 'predominately Eurocentric history/literature slant' and could use some suggestions for non-western literature (and history supplemental resources) for the middle ages. I've been searching the web but have only found a couple opt
  5. I have been happily adhering to the Well-trained Mind suggestions for History using a 4-year cycle of Ancient thru to Modern History. We have used all the Story of the World books and last year completed The History of the Ancient World. I purchased The History of the Medieval World to used 2016/17 (year 2 of the 4 year cycle) and I have become quite confused about how to complete the final cycle. HOTW Ancient did not cover the fall of rome which was where SOTW ended. HOTW Medieval only covers to the early 12th century. SOTW Middle Ages & Renaissance went through to the 16th C
  6. Does anyone have some good writing prompts for history (or literature) for middle ages through Renaissance world history? I'd really like to find things for that time period that don't require extensive reading outside a few relatively short primary source materials, or even one or two short secondary source materials, so that DS's time can be spent on analysis/thinking and writing? In case you're interested, I'll post our draft plan for next year below. Thanks!
  7. Hi! I'm new to the forum and wanted to share some info. I spent a great deal of time looking last summer and this past week for info on how to align HO with STOW. I quickly discovered there is not much out there. So, I decided to tackle the tedious task of doing so myself. Below are the tables I created using HO Level 2 as the "spine" of our history lessons. The links take you to my web page, HyperHomeschool, and the tables are embedded as a Google Doc. Hope this helps someone! History Odyssey Level 2: Early Modern and STOW Volume 3 History Odyssey Level 2: Middle Ages and STOW
  8. I would rather go through the Middle Ages with my two oldest dd's chronologically like SOTW instead of by region like History Odyssey does in Level 2 Middle Ages. My girls wanted to use History Odyssey Level 2 plugging in Human Odyssey for their reading assignments instead of using TSOM. We would like to do it chronologically though, especially since we will listen to the SOTW audio. Has anyone paired up SOTW 2 with History Odyssey Level 2 Middle Ages in a schedule that they don't mind sharing?? I've searched but haven't found anything yet.
  9. We are studying the Middle Ages next year and meeting up each week with a couple of other families. I have been searching for a workbook (or a website) that work on skills like Map Reading and Reading/Making Graphs that go along with this time period. Thanks for any direction or help!
  10. We are looking at doing SOTW Vol 2 as a large group next year, but several of the children in the group have some reading struggles. I am trying to piece together a book list that will go along with it from books that have Audio Books available (I know Magic Tree House has a couple we can use). Do you have any suggestions??? Thanks!
  11. For those of you with a particular interest in Korea, here is the unit study I just finished with my youngest, an 8 year old Korean adoptee. It begins with Ch. 9 from Susan Wise Bauer's Story of the World, Vol. 2 : The Middle Ages and builds from there with supplemental materials available from local libraries and amazon.com. Medieval Korea Unit Study OCTOBER 2013 Read Aloud Books: Story of the World by Bauer Ch. 9 (narration) K is For Korea by Cheung and Das Countries of the World: Korea by Davis Korean Children’s Favorite Stories by Kim The Green Frogs by Heo The Kite Fighte
  12. For those of you with a particular interest in Korea, here is the unit study I just finished with my youngest, an 8 year old Korean adoptee. It begins with Ch. 9 from Susan Wise Bauer's Story of the World, Vol. 2 : The Middle Ages and builds from there with supplemental materials available from local libraries and amazon.com. Medieval Korea Unit Study OCTOBER 2013 Read Aloud Books: Story of the World by Bauer Ch. 9 (narration) K is For Korea by Cheung and Das Countries of the World: Korea by Davis Korean Children’s Favorite Stories by Kim The Green Frogs by Heo The Kite Fighte
  13. Hi there, My 14 yo will be studying the Middle Ages through Renaissance for his Freshman year. He is not a strong reader - middle school level- and doesn't like to read for long period of time. I will probably read most of the primary sources to him and have him narrate what is happening to help him understand the material. As a result, we need a short list of key and engaging primary sources to cover long period in history. What would you recommend? I was thinking we would have one session a week on primary sources for a total of 30 sessions. I realize that some sources we may be ab
  14. Pros and Cons for History Odyssey Middle Ages Level 3......We were going to use Notgrass World History but now thinking History Odyssey.....Is this credit for History and English? Thanks!
  15. I know there was a thread not to long ago similiar to my question - but yes, can anyone think of some decent dvd's regarding middle ages that a 9 & 7 can see? Thanks again.
  16. I was scheduled to assist teaching high school girls on the art of candle making. I've already attended the planning meeting and helped organize that class. The co-op leader called a few minutes ago and asked me to help teach two middle ages classes (grade 5/6 and 7/8) instead. The co-op starts in 3 weeks! The two woman who were supposed to teach the class with an additional parent helper are not able to attend now! One got a job and the other got accepted to school! So, the parent helper is now teaching the class and I'm to come along and assist her as a co-teacher. Oh yeah, did I
  17. My daughter hates different books I pick out and is pokey about finishing them. When I read them after to see what the problem is, I usually understand where she is coming from. I didn't have time to pre read every choice before I made my list! Anna of Byzantium- this one is on a lot of homeschoollists but is pretty dark.... King Arthur, Roger Lancelyn Green - violent Midwife's Apprentice - Karen Cushman, she thought it was almost dystopian and "wierd" I'm dreading assigning many of the Bethlehem titles we own or Shadow Spinner (about a harem and didn't pre read). She is also doi
  18. I'd like to add a few DVD's to our Middle Ages studies. What do you recommend?
  19. This is for a 5th grade boy who likes adventure and action. There are so many books for the Middle Ages, I just cannot narrow my read alouds down to just a couple! Michelle T
  20. I am using Dorothy Mills book about the Middle Ages with my 6th grader (high anxiety and tracking problems which have made reading difficult) and I need to know how to ask better questions for discussion. Is there a guide out there for this book? Memoria Press is picking up some of her other books, but I don't believe they've started the guide for Middle Ages. I've never written my own study guide, but since I have two younger students to work with, I need something to help the discussion along. I know I should have her do some kind of writing with it, and so far I've tried a few approaches,
  21. I am looking for movies about the middle ages for my DC, ranging in age from 6-12. They need to be clean, and I have one really sensitive kid, so it has to be pretty mild. We have watched Ever After, and it does show amazing costumes, and a little about what life may have been like. This is the kind of thing I am looking for. Are there any out there?
  22. I'm thinking ahead to next year and wanting to figure out some ideas for Ancient World thru Middle Ages. We're also doing all the other things included in Cycle 1 of Classical Conversations. I just want to get a little prepared, as it's hard when you're going through everything the first year of each cycle.....We're just getting it down for Cycle 3 and now...I'm already looking at what we can do for Cycle 1..so I can prepare better:-) Carrie PS, I'm specifically looking for ways to present to the 4's and 5's but I welcome all comments:-)
  23. We haven't completely decided yet on what we're doing next year, but one of our ideas is a Middle Ages study. I want it to be manageable. I'd like to know how any of you have approached a middle ages study along with what books you'd choose. I don't care if books originated in the middle ages or were written later but are about the middle ages. Probably would like to include some of both. I've looked at AO and am considering doing a modified Year 7. I'm also wondering what spine you'd choose and what you have your kids "do" as far as outlining, etc. I've looked at TTC and thought about getting
  24. I'm teaching Great Books of the Middle Ages next yr. Many of the kids may not know the King Arthur stories. We'll be reading The Once and Future King (I know this is modern) and Sir Gawain and the Green Knight. Since they may have little knowledge of King Arthur would you show a movie first or would this make the book boring, since they would already know the outcome? Which movie would you show (it would have to appeal to teens, meaning nothing too PBS). So far, I've found The First Knight and King Arthur (2004).
  25. We're wrapping up doing ancient Rome and moving on to the Middle Ages. What were your very favorite resources for this era. We have a lot of books from our last cycle through history, but I'm sure that I've forgotten many of the books we used or what was a great book, but not useful for my kids at the time. And of course there are all the new books that would have come out in the last several years that I've missed because I wasn't thinking about the middle ages. So help me brainstorm what was a great hit at your house. WTM board tried and tested. I'm particularly noticing tha
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