We are on Week 12 of the 12-week term; next week is exams. We do have a couple of "grace weeks" after that--the first two weeks of Term 2, before Christmas, can be used to finish off a few things that didn't get quite done.
Basic Bible Studies: "Christ as Priest" (we will do "Christ as King" before Christmas as well)
God's Smuggler--continue, no hurry on this. (Will Corrie accept Andrew's marriage proposal?)
Virgil's Aeneid, by N.B. Taylor--continue, no hurry.
The Hobbit: done.
Robert Frost's poems: winding this up.
Uncle Eric, chapter 13: "Cognitive Dissonance."
Grammar and Composition; finish "How to Write Without Flab."
Math: I think we will use this week to keep working on the distance-speed-time problems that we started last week. There is a bonus page called "How fast does an astronaut travel?"
French: we need to get as much done as possible this week.
Einstein biography: ditto. Although we're not going to get through it before exams...probably by Christmas, though.
Plutarch's Life of Pericles: ditto, and ditto.
Shakespeare's Cymbeline: ditto.
Canadian history: this week's lesson is an easy one: the Centennial in 1967.
Work on term project
Crafts, swimming lessons, drama club, and trying to get outside as long as this warmish weather lasts.