Monday, November 12, 2012

Dollygirl's Grade Six: Plans for Monday

Opening time:  hymn, prayer.  Pick "CD of the week" (preferably something instrumental) that we can listen to and get familiar with during work times.

Basic Bible Studies, "Christ the Mediator--His Work: Prophet", page 35.   What is a prophet? Look at Luke 13:33 (Christ says he is a prophet), Deut. 18:15, 18, (the Messiah would be a prophet), John 1:18 (Christ was not just a prophet, he is a unique prophet).

Shakespeare:  continue Cymbeline.  Act III, Scene III:  we are introduced to Imogen's long-lost brothers...but they don't know their true identities.  Scene IV:  Imogen finds out that Pisanio has brought her to a lonely place with orders to kill her--but he doesn't want to do that, and he has a plan to get them both off the hook.

French:  Le voyage de Monsieur Perrichon, Act II, Scene V.  Armand has saved the life of M. Perrichon, putting him several points ahead in the race to win the attention of Perrichon's daughter.  Daniel decides that he has to do something to catch up.

Minds on Math 8:  pages 114-115,  "On an Average Day."  Try doing a Google search for "On an average day in Canada."  WARNING ABOUT THIS VIDEO:  I had put this up as a bit of a joke for Dollygirl, since she had seen it before and knew that it wasn't exactly about an "average day."  As Jeanne pointed out, some people will find it offensive.  Please be warned.

Lorimer Pocket Guide to local birds:  browse through it together

Composition and Grammar:  start working through "How to Write Without Flab."  (This is a good writing unit, but only subscribers to ABCTeach can print it out.  I downloaded it a couple of years ago when we had a trial membership.)

History Pack of Tricks

Story of the World Volume 4, chapter 35b, "Thirteen Days in October."

Work on history term project.


Jeanne said...

Ummmmmmmmm We need to talk about that cartoon...

Mama Squirrel said...

Hi Jeanne, I'm sorry if it disturbed you!--I should have posted a warning. Our kids have all seen that one already a couple of times--I think they notice the silliness of the quarrel between the people, not what's going on outside the house. (Maybe it's not such an average day?)

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