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Historical WV Lit(Lvl 3)

Level 3 Historical Worldview Literature

Teacher:  Joni Lukavich

Email:  jonilukavich@questforeducationandarts.com

Phone:  (520)870-5786

BOOKLIST       SYLLABUS

Week 28 – April 26, 2017

Of Courage Undaunted 3 Slideshow

Reading Homework

·         Of Courage Undaunted

o   none

Supplemental Readings

·         WESTERN CIVILIZATION

o   none

·         STREAMS OF CIVILIZATION BOOK 2

o   none

·         CHURCH HISTORY IN PLAIN LANGUAGE

o   none

·         A HISTORY OF CHRISTIANITY IN THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA

o   none

·         WORDS OF DELIGHT

o   none

Engrade Homework

·         none

Memory Homework

·         You will be memorizing the Early American Timeline.  This will be memorized over the entire year.  You will be tested on the events up to the Constitution on the Midterm.  You will be tested on all the dates on the Final.

·         This week, continue to memorize all 28 events.

Written Homework

·         Study for Final!





Week 27 – April 19, 2017

Of Courage Undaunted 2 Slideshow

Reading Homework

·         Of Courage Undaunted

o   Chapters IV-V

Supplemental Readings

·         WESTERN CIVILIZATION

o   none

·         STREAMS OF CIVILIZATION BOOK 2

o   none

·         CHURCH HISTORY IN PLAIN LANGUAGE

o   none

·         A HISTORY OF CHRISTIANITY IN THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA

o   none

·         WORDS OF DELIGHT

o   none

Engrade Homework

·         none

Memory Homework

·         You will be memorizing the Early American Timeline.  This will be memorized over the entire year.  You will be tested on the events up to the Constitution on the Midterm.  You will be tested on all the dates on the Final.

·         This week, continue to memorize all 28 events.

Written Homework

·         none

Week 26 – April 12, 2017

Of Courage Undaunted 1 Slideshow 

Reading Homework

·         Of Courage Undaunted

o   Chapters I-III

Supplemental Readings

·         WESTERN CIVILIZATION

o   none

·         STREAMS OF CIVILIZATION BOOK 2

o   none

·         CHURCH HISTORY IN PLAIN LANGUAGE

o   none

·         A HISTORY OF CHRISTIANITY IN THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA

o   none

·         WORDS OF DELIGHT

o   none

Engrade Homework

·         none

Memory Homework

·         You will be memorizing the Early American Timeline.  This will be memorized over the entire year.  You will be tested on the events up to the Constitution on the Midterm.  You will be tested on all the dates on the Final.

·         This week, continue to memorize the first 27 events, and begin memorizing the 28th event.

Written Homework

·         none

Week 25 – April 5, 2017

Civil Disobedience 2 Slideshow 

Reading Homework

·         Civil Disobedience

o   Finish book

Supplemental Readings

·         WESTERN CIVILIZATION

o   none

·         STREAMS OF CIVILIZATION BOOK 2

o   none

·         CHURCH HISTORY IN PLAIN LANGUAGE

o   none

·         A HISTORY OF CHRISTIANITY IN THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA

o   none

·         WORDS OF DELIGHT

o   none

Engrade Homework

·         none

Memory Homework

·         You will be memorizing the Early American Timeline.  This will be memorized over the entire year.  You will be tested on the events up to the Constitution on the Midterm.  You will be tested on all the dates on the Final.

·         This week, continue to memorize the first 26 events, and begin memorizing the 27th event.

Written Homework

·         Answer the following questions in complete sentences.  You have two weeks to complete the questions.  Due April 12, 2017.

1.       What “motto” does Thoreau cite, and how does he amend it, in his opening paragraph of “Civil Disobedience”?

2.       According to Thoreau, what is the shortcoming of following the law as a basis for men’s actions?

3.       What is Thoreau’s problem with how the “mass of men” serve the state?

4.       Thoreau says all men recognize the right of revolution in what circumstances?

5.       What are Thoreau’s criticisms of eighteenth-century English theologian William Paley’s “Duty of Submission to Civil Government”?

6.       What is man’s least duty with respect to “enormous wrongs,” according to Thoreau?

7.       To what does Thoreau liken the situation of those who applaud a soldier’s refusal to participate in an unjust war while continuing to sustain the unjust government that makes the war?

8.       Thoreau considers acting against wrong on principle versus merely having an opinion against wrong as the dividing line between what things?

9.       When should you break the law, according to Thoreau?

10.   Thoreau likens being satisfied with “men as they are” rather than reforming injustice to what types of persons?

11.   Daniel Webster, according to Thoreau, is an example of the best of statesmen who still have what fundamental flaw?

12.   What does Thoreau argue about the historical progress of governments from absolute monarchy to limited monarchy to democracy?

Week 24 – March 29, 2017

Civil Disobedience 1 Slideshow

 Reading Homework

·         Civil Disobedience

o   First half, approximately

Supplemental Readings

·         WESTERN CIVILIZATION

o   none

·         STREAMS OF CIVILIZATION BOOK 2

o   Chapter 8:  Evolutionary Optimism and Romanticism: The Rise of Theological Liberalism and Cults through The Witness and Works of Evangelical Christianity (188-196)

·         CHURCH HISTORY IN PLAIN LANGUAGE

o   none

·         A HISTORY OF CHRISTIANITY IN THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA

o   none

·         WORDS OF DELIGHT

o   none

Engrade Homework

·         none

Memory Homework

·         You will be memorizing the Early American Timeline.  This will be memorized over the entire year.  You will be tested on the events up to the Constitution on the Midterm.  You will be tested on all the dates on the Final.

·         This week, continue to memorize the first 26 events, and begin memorizing the 27th event.

Written Homework

·         Answer the following questions in complete sentences.  You have two weeks to complete the questions.  Due April 12, 2017.

1.       What “motto” does Thoreau cite, and how does he amend it, in his opening paragraph of “Civil Disobedience”?

2.       According to Thoreau, what is the shortcoming of following the law as a basis for men’s actions?

3.       What is Thoreau’s problem with how the “mass of men” serve the state?

4.       Thoreau says all men recognize the right of revolution in what circumstances?

5.       What are Thoreau’s criticisms of eighteenth-century English theologian William Paley’s “Duty of Submission to Civil Government”?

6.       What is man’s least duty with respect to “enormous wrongs,” according to Thoreau?

7.       To what does Thoreau liken the situation of those who applaud a soldier’s refusal to participate in an unjust war while continuing to sustain the unjust government that makes the war?

8.       Thoreau considers acting against wrong on principle versus merely having an opinion against wrong as the dividing line between what things?

9.       When should you break the law, according to Thoreau?

10.   Thoreau likens being satisfied with “men as they are” rather than reforming injustice to what types of persons?

11.   Daniel Webster, according to Thoreau, is an example of the best of statesmen who still have what fundamental flaw?

12.   What does Thoreau argue about the historical progress of governments from absolute monarchy to limited monarchy to democracy?

Week 23 – March 22, 2017

On Self Reliance Slideshow

Reading Homework

·         On Self Reliance

o   all

Supplemental Readings

·         WESTERN CIVILIZATION

o   none

·         STREAMS OF CIVILIZATION BOOK 2

o   Chapter 8:  Evolutionary Optimism and Romanticism: Romantic Idealism in the Arts through the end (188-196)

·         CHURCH HISTORY IN PLAIN LANGUAGE

o   none

·         A HISTORY OF CHRISTIANITY IN THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA

o   none

·         WORDS OF DELIGHT

o   none

Engrade Homework

·         none

Memory Homework

·         You will be memorizing the Early American Timeline.  This will be memorized over the entire year.  You will be tested on the events up to the Constitution on the Midterm.  You will be tested on all the dates on the Final.

·         This week, continue to memorize the first 25 events, and begin memorizing the 26th event.

Written Homework

·         none

Week 22 – March 15, 2017

George Muller 2 Slideshow

Reading Homework

·         George Muller, The Guardian of Bristol’s Orphans

o   Chapters 10-17

Supplemental Readings

·         WESTERN CIVILIZATION

o   Chapter 22:  An age of Nationalism and Realism, 1850-1871; Great Britain:  Science and Culture in an Age of Realism through the end

·         STREAMS OF CIVILIZATION BOOK 2

o   none

·         CHURCH HISTORY IN PLAIN LANGUAGE

o   none

·         A HISTORY OF CHRISTIANITY IN THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA

o   none

·         WORDS OF DELIGHT

o   none

Engrade Homework

·         none

Memory Homework

·         You will be memorizing the Early American Timeline.  This will be memorized over the entire year.  You will be tested on the events up to the Constitution on the Midterm.  You will be tested on all the dates on the Final.

·         This week, continue to memorize the first 25 events, and begin memorizing the 26th event.

Written Homework

·         What inspires you most from the life of George Muller?  Write 2-3 paragraphs.  Make this personal, 1st person.  What did he do that inspires you?  What does this inspire you to do?

·         Due March 22, 2017

Week 21 – March 8, 2017

George Muller 1 Slideshow

 Reading Homework

·         George Muller, The Guardian of Bristol’s Orphans

o   Chapters 1-9

Supplemental Readings

·         WESTERN CIVILIZATION

o   Chapter 22:  An age of Nationalism and Realism, 1850-1871; Great Britain:  The Victorian Age, stop at Industrialization and the Marxist Response

·         STREAMS OF CIVILIZATION BOOK 2

o   none

·         CHURCH HISTORY IN PLAIN LANGUAGE

o   none

·         A HISTORY OF CHRISTIANITY IN THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA

o   none

·         WORDS OF DELIGHT

o   none

Engrade Homework

·         none

Memory Homework

·         You will be memorizing the Early American Timeline.  This will be memorized over the entire year.  You will be tested on the events up to the Constitution on the Midterm.  You will be tested on all the dates on the Final.

·         This week, continue to memorize the first 24 events, and begin memorizing the 25th event.

Written Homework

·         What inspires you most from the life of George Muller?  Write 2-3 paragraphs.  Make this personal, 1st person.  What did he do that inspires you?  What does this inspire you to do?

·         Due March 22, 2017

Week 20 – March 1, 2017

Amazing Grace in the Life of William Wilberforce Slideshow 

Reading Homework

·         Amazing Grace in the Life of William Wilberforce

o   all

Supplemental Readings

·         WESTERN CIVILIZATION

o   Chapter 14:  Africa:  The Slave Trade (in New Rivals on the World Stage)

·         STREAMS OF CIVILIZATION BOOK 2

o   Pages 8, 19, 89-90

·         CHURCH HISTORY IN PLAIN LANGUAGE

o   Chapter 37:  A New Social Frontier

·         A HISTORY OF CHRISTIANITY IN THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA

o   none

·         WORDS OF DELIGHT

o   none

Engrade Homework

·         none

Memory Homework

·         You will be memorizing the Early American Timeline.  This will be memorized over the entire year.  You will be tested on the events up to the Constitution on the Midterm.  You will be tested on all the dates on the Final.

·         This week, continue to memorize the first 24 events, and begin memorizing the 25th event.

Written Homework

·         What can you do?  What is an issue in our culture that is wrong, against Scripture?  What can YOU do about it?

·         Think through something you see in our culture:

o   Why is it wrong?

o   Why don’t more people take action?

o   What makes you want to take action?

o   What could you do about it?

·         Write a 3-5 paragraph essay explaining your position.  Use the Essay Writing Rubric.

Week 19 – February 15, 2017

In the Reign of Terror 2 Slideshow

Reading Homework

·         In the Reign of Terror

o   Chapters IX-XV

Supplemental Readings

·         WESTERN CIVILIZATION

o   Chapter 21:  Reaction, Revolution, and Romanticism, 1815-1850

·         STREAMS OF CIVILIZATION BOOK 2

o   none

·         CHURCH HISTORY IN PLAIN LANGUAGE

o   none

·         A HISTORY OF CHRISTIANITY IN THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA

o   none

·         WORDS OF DELIGHT

o   none

Engrade Homework

·         none

Memory Homework

·         You will be memorizing the Early American Timeline.  This will be memorized over the entire year.  You will be tested on the events up to the Constitution on the Midterm.  You will be tested on all the dates on the Final.

·         This week, continue to memorize the first 23 events, and begin memorizing the 24th event.

Written Homework

·         none

Week 18 – February 8, 2017

In the Reign of Terror 1 Slideshow

Reading Homework

·         In the Reign of Terror

o   Chapters I-VIII

Supplemental Readings

·         WESTERN CIVILIZATION

o   Chapter 19:  A Revolution in Politics; The Era of the French Revolution and Napoleon

·         STREAMS OF CIVILIZATION BOOK 2

o   none

·         CHURCH HISTORY IN PLAIN LANGUAGE

o   none

·         A HISTORY OF CHRISTIANITY IN THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA

o   none

·         WORDS OF DELIGHT

o   none

Engrade Homework

·         none

Memory Homework

·         You will be memorizing the Early American Timeline.  This will be memorized over the entire year.  You will be tested on the events up to the Constitution on the Midterm.  You will be tested on all the dates on the Final.

·         This week, continue to memorize the first 23 events, and begin memorizing the 24rd event.

Written Homework

·         none

Week 17 – February 1, 2017

The Struggle for Sea Power 3 Slideshow

Reading Homework

·         The Struggle for Sea Power

o   Chapters 33-47

Supplemental Readings

·         WESTERN CIVILIZATION

o   none

·         STREAMS OF CIVILIZATION BOOK 2

o   none

·         CHURCH HISTORY IN PLAIN LANGUAGE

o   none

·         A HISTORY OF CHRISTIANITY IN THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA

o   none

·         WORDS OF DELIGHT

o   none

Engrade Homework

·         none

Memory Homework

·         You will be memorizing the Early American Timeline.  This will be memorized over the entire year.  You will be tested on the events up to the Constitution on the Midterm.  You will be tested on all the dates on the Final.

·         This week, continue to memorize the first 22 events, and begin memorizing the 23rd event.

Written Homework

·         As you read, make a note of the following that you would like to include on your painted map

o   Location

o   Route

o   Person

o   Battle

o   Event

o   Country, region or territory

·         Use the paper maps handed out in class to mark the above.

Week 16 – January 25, 2017

The Struggle for Sea Power 2 Slideshow

Reading Homework

·         The Struggle for Sea Power

o   Chapters 17-32

Supplemental Readings

·         WESTERN CIVILIZATION

o   Chapter 18:  start at Economic Expansion and Social Change

·         STREAMS OF CIVILIZATION BOOK 2

o   none

·         CHURCH HISTORY IN PLAIN LANGUAGE

o   none

·         A HISTORY OF CHRISTIANITY IN THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA

o   none

·         WORDS OF DELIGHT

o   none

Engrade Homework

·         none

Memory Homework

·         You will be memorizing the Early American Timeline.  This will be memorized over the entire year.  You will be tested on the events up to the Constitution on the Midterm.  You will be tested on all the dates on the Final.

·         This week, continue to memorize the first 22 events, and begin memorizing the 23rd event.

Written Homework

·         As you read, make a note of the following that you would like to include on your painted map

o   Location

o   Route

o   Person

o   Battle

o   Event

o   Country, region or territory

·         Use the paper maps handed out in class to mark the above.

Week 15 – January 18, 2017

The Struggle for Sea Power 1 Slideshow 

Reading Homework

·         The Struggle for Sea Power

o   Chapters 1-16

Supplemental Readings

·         WESTERN CIVILIZATION

o   C 18: through Wars and Diplomacy

·         STREAMS OF CIVILIZATION BOOK 2

o   none

·         CHURCH HISTORY IN PLAIN LANGUAGE

o   none

·         A HISTORY OF CHRISTIANITY IN THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA

o   none

·         WORDS OF DELIGHT

o   none

Engrade Homework

·         none

Memory Homework

·         You will be memorizing the Early American Timeline.  This will be memorized over the entire year.  You will be tested on the events up to the Constitution on the Midterm.  You will be tested on all the dates on the Final.

·         This week, continue to memorize the first 21 events, and begin memorizing the 22nd event.

Written Homework

·         As you read, make a note of the following that you would like to include on your painted map

o   Location

o   Route

o   Person

o   Battle

o   Event

o   Country, region or territory

·         Use the paper maps handed out in class to mark the above.

Week 14 – January 11, 2017

Daniel Slideshow

Reading Homework

·         Daniel

o   all

Supplemental Readings

·         WESTERN CIVILIZATION

o   none

·         STREAMS OF CIVILIZATION BOOK 2

o   Pages 196-204

·         CHURCH HISTORY IN PLAIN LANGUAGE

o   Chapter 33:  The Heart and Its Reasons

o   Chapter 34:  A Brand from the Burning

o   Chapter 35:  A New Order of the Ages

·         A HISTORY OF CHRISTIANITY IN THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA

o   none

·         WORDS OF DELIGHT

o   Chapter 4:  Hero Stories

Engrade Homework

·         none

Memory Homework

·         You will be memorizing the Early American Timeline.  This will be memorized over the entire year.  You will be tested on the events up to the Constitution on the Midterm.  You will be tested on all the dates on the Final.

·         This week, continue to memorize the first 21 events, and begin memorizing the 22nd event.

Written Homework

·         What would it be like to work for the current president of the United States of America?

·         Write three to five paragraphs including:

o   How would you respond to the president?

o   How you would behave?

o   What would your quality of work be?

o   How would you answer to direct criticisms of your faith?

o   How would you respond to an atmosphere intolerant of your faith?

o   How would you treat your fellow workers with whom you have a similar backgrounds?

o   How would you treat your fellow workers with whom you have differing backgrounds?

·         Keep in mind Daniel’s example of a godly man working within a wicked empire.

Week 13 – December 14, 2016

Merry Christmas!

Week 12 – December 7, 2016

The Constitution of the United States of America Slideshow

Reading Homework

·         The Constitution of the United States of America

o   all

Supplemental Readings

·         WESTERN CIVILIZATION

o   none

·         STREAMS OF CIVILIZATION BOOK 2

o   none

·         CHURCH HISTORY IN PLAIN LANGUAGE

o   none

·         A HISTORY OF CHRISTIANITY IN THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA

o   none

·         WORDS OF DELIGHT

o   none

Engrade Homework

·         3H Week 12 Constitution quiz

Memory Homework

·         You will be memorizing the Early American Timeline we discussed in class today.  This will be memorized over the entire year.  You will be tested on the events up to the Constitution on the Midterm.  You will be tested on all the dates on the Final.

·         This week, continue to memorize the first 21 events.

Written Homework

·         Complete the Constitution worksheets we started in class.

·         Complete the Discussion and Quiz Questions for extra credit.

 

STUDY FOR THE MIDTERM!

Week 11 – November 30, 2016

The Federalist and Anti-Federalist Papers 2 Slideshow

Reading Homework

·         The Federalist and Anti-Federalist Papers

o   The Federalist Papers

§  10, 14, 15, 47, 51, 84

o   The Anti-Federalist Papers

§  Patrick Henry’s Speech June 5, 1788, Centinel I, Brutus I

Supplemental Readings

·         WESTERN CIVILIZATION

o   none

·         STREAMS OF CIVILIZATION BOOK 2

o   none

·         CHURCH HISTORY IN PLAIN LANGUAGE

o   none

·         A HISTORY OF CHRISTIANITY IN THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA

o   none

·         WORDS OF DELIGHT

o   none

Engrade Homework

·         3H Week 11 Federalist/Anti-Federalist Papers quiz

Memory Homework

·         You will be memorizing the Early American Timeline we discussed in class today.  This will be memorized over the entire year.  You will be tested on the events up to the Constitution on the Midterm.  You will be tested on all the dates on the Final.

·         This week, continue to memorize the first 21 events.

Written Homework

·         none

Week 10 – November 16, 2016

The Federalist and Anti-Federalist Papers 1 Slideshow

Reading Homework

·         The Federalist and Anti-Federalist Papers

o   https://librivox.org/ (search for Federalist, then select either book, it will then list all the recordings, you only need to listen to the ones assigned)

o   The Federalist Papers

§  14 and 15

o   The Anti-Federalist Papers

§  Patrick Henry’s Speech June 5, 1788

Supplemental Readings

·         WESTERN CIVILIZATION

o   none

·         STREAMS OF CIVILIZATION BOOK 2

o   Chapter 5:  Republican Independence and the French Revolution, only Putting Together a Government (113)

·         CHURCH HISTORY IN PLAIN LANGUAGE

o   none

·         A HISTORY OF CHRISTIANITY IN THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA

o   none

·         WORDS OF DELIGHT

o   none

Engrade Homework

·         none

·         There will be a quiz assigned on November 30th, that will cover the material for both weeks.

Memory Homework

·         You will be memorizing the Early American Timeline we discussed in class today.  This will be memorized over the entire year.  You will be tested on the events up to the Constitution on the Midterm.  You will be tested on all the dates on the Final.

·         This week, add 19-21.

Written Homework

·         none

Week 9 – November 9, 2016

The Great Little Madison 2 Slideshow

Reading Homework

·         The Great Little Madison

o   Chapters VII-XI

Supplemental Readings

·         WESTERN CIVILIZATION

o   none

·         STREAMS OF CIVILIZATION BOOK 2

o   none

·         CHURCH HISTORY IN PLAIN LANGUAGE

o   none

·         A HISTORY OF CHRISTIANITY IN THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA

o   C 6:  The Revolution  in the Churches (143-162)

·         WORDS OF DELIGHT

o   none

Engrade Homework

·         none

Memory Homework

·         You will be memorizing the Early American Timeline we discussed in class today.  This will be memorized over the entire year.  You will be tested on the events up to the Constitution on the Midterm.  You will be tested on all the dates on the Final.

·         This week, continue to memorize the first 18 events.

Written Homework

·         Complete the crossword puzzle for The Great Little Madison.

o   This will be due on November 16th.

Week 8 – November 2, 2016

The Great Little Madison 1 Slideshow

Reading Homework

·         The Great Little Madison

o   Chapters I-VI

Supplemental Readings

·         WESTERN CIVILIZATION

o   none

·         STREAMS OF CIVILIZATION BOOK 2

o   none

·         CHURCH HISTORY IN PLAIN LANGUAGE

o   none

·         A HISTORY OF CHRISTIANITY IN THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA

o   C 5:  The Churches in the Revolution (114-141)

·         WORDS OF DELIGHT

o   none

Engrade Homework

·         3H Week 8 Great Little Madison

Memory Homework

·         You will be memorizing the Early American Timeline we discussed in class today.  This will be memorized over the entire year.  You will be tested on the events up to the Constitution on the Midterm.  You will be tested on all the dates on the Final.

·         This week, memorize the first 12 events.

Written Homework

·         Begin working on the crossword puzzle for The Great Little Madison.

o   This will be due on November 16th.

Week 7 – October 26, 2016

Declaration of Independence Slideshow

Reading Homework

·         Declaration of Independence

o   all

Supplemental Readings

·         WESTERN CIVILIZATION

o   none

·         STREAMS OF CIVILIZATION BOOK 2

o   C 5:  Republican Independence and the French Revolution, only The American War for Independence, start at Conclusion (113-115)

·         CHURCH HISTORY IN PLAIN LANGUAGE

o   none

·         A HISTORY OF CHRISTIANITY IN THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA

o   none

·         WORDS OF DELIGHT

o   none

Engrade Homework

·         3H Week 7 Declaration

Memory Homework

·         You will be memorizing the Early American Timeline we discussed in class today.  This will be memorized over the entire year.  You will be tested on the events up to the Constitution on the Midterm.  You will be tested on all the dates on the Final.

·         This week, memorize the first 12 events.

Written Homework

·         Write a very brief summary, in your own words, of each paragraph from the Declaration of Independence.  There are 33 paragraphs.

·         Pick one signer of the Declaration of Independence that we did NOT cover in class today.  Tell me about him.  Use the slides as a guide for describing the signer.  What state was he from?  When did he live?  Where was he born?  Was he educated?  How and where?  Was he married?  Did he have children?  What other public service did this man participate in?

Week 6 – October 19, 2016

Johnny Tremain 2 Slideshow

Reading Homework

·         Johnny Tremain

o   Chapters VII-XII

Supplemental Readings

·         WESTERN CIVILIZATION

o   none

·         STREAMS OF CIVILIZATION BOOK 2

o   C 5:  Republican Independence and the French Revolution, only The American War for Independence, The American War, stop at Putting Together a Government (111-113)

·         CHURCH HISTORY IN PLAIN LANGUAGE

o   none

·         A HISTORY OF CHRISTIANITY IN THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA

o   none

·         WORDS OF DELIGHT

o   none

Engrade Homework

·         3H Week 6 Johnny Tremain

Memory Homework

·         You will be memorizing the Early American Timeline we discussed in class today.  This will be memorized over the entire year.  You will be tested on the events up to the Constitution on the Midterm.  You will be tested on all the dates on the Final.

·         This week, memorize the first 6 events.

Written Homework

·         none

Week 5 – October 12, 2016

Johnny Tremain 1 Slideshow

Reading Homework

·         Johnny Tremain

o   Introduction

o   Chapters I-VI

Supplemental Readings

·         WESTERN CIVILIZATION

o   none

·         STREAMS OF CIVILIZATION BOOK 2

o   C 5:  Republican Independence and the French Revolution, on The American War for Independence (108-111)

·         CHURCH HISTORY IN PLAIN LANGUAGE

o   none

·         A HISTORY OF CHRISTIANITY IN THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA

o   none

·         WORDS OF DELIGHT

o   none

Engrade Homework

·         3H Week 5 Johnny Tremain

Memory Homework

·         You will be memorizing the Early American Timeline we discussed in class today.  This will be memorized over the entire year.  You will be tested on the events up to the Constitution on the Midterm.  You will be tested on all the dates on the Final.

·         This week, begin by making flash cards of all 28 events.

Written Homework

·         none

Week 4 – October 5, 2016

The Articles of Confederation Slideshow

Reading Homework

·         The Articles of Confederation

o   none

Supplemental Readings

·         WESTERN CIVILIZATION

o   C 19:  A Revolution in Politics:  The Era of the French Revolution and Napoleon, stop at Background to the French Revolution

·         STREAMS OF CIVILIZATION BOOK 2

o   C 2:  European Expansion and Counter Reformation, only English-French Conflict (40-42)

o   C 5:  Republican Independence and the French Revolution, stop at The American War for Independence (99-108)

·         CHURCH HISTORY IN PLAIN LANGUAGE

o   none

·         A HISTORY OF CHRISTIANITY IN THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA

o   none

·         WORDS OF DELIGHT

o   none

Engrade Homework

·         3H Week 4 Articles of Confederation

o   This is an open book quiz.  You may use your notes, the slideshow, the Articles of Confederation, and your Bible.

Written Homework

·         none

Week 3 – September 28, 2016

Political Sermons Slideshow

 Reading Homework

·         Political Sermons of the American Founding Era

o   Government, the Pillar of the Earth

o   Civil Magistrates Must be Just, Ruling in the Fear of God

o   A Calm Address to Our American Colonies

o   A Constitutional Answer to Wesley’s Calm Address

Supplemental Readings

·         WESTERN CIVILIZATION

o   none

·         STREAMS OF CIVILIZATION BOOK 2

o   none

·         CHURCH HISTORY IN PLAIN LANGUAGE

o   none

·         A HISTORY OF CHRISTIANITY IN THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA

o   C 3:  Native Americans and Slaves to the end (73-81)

·         WORDS OF DELIGHT

o   none

Engrade Homework

·         3H Week 3 Political Sermons

o   This is an open book quiz.  You may use your notes, the slideshow, the sermons, and your Bible.

Written Homework

·         none

Week 2 – September 21, 2016

Benjamin Franklin 2 Slideshow

Reading Homework

·         Benjamin Franklin:  The Autobiography and Other Writings

o   Part 4 to the end of the Autobiography

Supplemental Readings

·         WESTERN CIVILIZATION

o   none

·         STREAMS OF CIVILIZATION BOOK 2

o   none

·         CHURCH HISTORY IN PLAIN LANGUAGE

o   none

·         A HISTORY OF CHRISTIANITY IN THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA

o   C 3:  The Mosaic Takes Shape through Early Protestants in Canada (62-73)

·         WORDS OF DELIGHT

o   none

Engrade Homework

·         3H Week 2: Benjamin Franklin

Written Homework

·         complete regional colony maps if not completed in class

Week 1 – September 14, 2016

Benjamin Franklin 1 Slideshow

Reading Homework

·         Benjamin Franklin:  The Autobiography and Other Writings

o   Introduction

o   Parts 1 and 2

Supplemental Readings

·         WESTERN CIVILIZATION

o   none

·         STREAMS OF CIVILIZATION BOOK 2

o   C 3:  The Darkening of the Western Mind: Ben Franklin through The Novel (68)

·         CHURCH HISTORY IN PLAIN LANGUAGE

o   none

·         A HISTORY OF CHRISTIANITY IN THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA

o   C 3: through Anne Hutchinson (54-62)

·         WORDS OF DELIGHT

o   none

Engrade Homework

·         3H Week 1: Benjamin Franklin

·         Week 1 Class Rules

Written Homework

·         complete maps if not completed in class