• 7th & 8th History

    7th-8th History – Christendom Week 32 IT IS FINISHED

    JOHN KNOX & JOHN CALVIN Day 1 – Famous Men of the Renaissance & Reformation, ch. 28; “100 Most Important Events in Church History,” pp. 40-41. Day 2 – Streams of Civilization, pp. 378-379; The Church in History, pp. 189-202. Research John Calvin and find the following: Date and country of his birth. Influences on his young life which would have an important impact on the future before him. Why he was imprisoned and had to flee Paris. Why he was able to live freely in Geneva, Switzerland, but was later banished from there. What were contained in his Ecclesiastical Ordinances. The name of another important reformer who was his…

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    Lingua Latina for May 14th

    This is your last assignment for Lingua Latina! Finish translation LL Chapter VIII. Do not do the Pensa. Bring your book and binder to class, because I will be going over VL Lesson 30 (the last one!) in class. See you Friday!

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    Shurley English 6 for May 14th

    Hello! This is your last assignment for Shurley English 6! Finish Variations Part 2 and turn in your final draft for Lesson 13, “The Sick Lion.” You have each started well in classical composition, and I’m very proud of you!

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    Shurley English 6 for April 30th

    There is no grammar for this week. We spent the whole class on composition. For this week complete Lesson 7. (We skipped Lesson 6.) You do not have to write the reduction this week. Make sure you revise and edit and correctly label your FODs. I’m including the outline here in case anyone needs help with that. This is just a guide; yours does not have to be exactly like this. I. The two men traveling together A. Suddenly met by Bear on their path B. One climbed tree and hid C. Second fell flat knowing he would be attacked II. The Bear A. Felt man with his snout and…

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    Lingua Latina for April 30th

    Finish VL Lesson 28. For your quiz this week: Know the following 3rd Declension Adjectives in the Latin Dictionary Form: sharp or pointed, swift or quick, famous, short, heavy, sad, fierce or wild, bold, and wise. To do this you will need to know if the adjective is a “1, 2, or 3 termination” adjective. For example: if I say “sharp or pointed” you must give all three terminations, that is, acer, acris, acre. If is say, “short” you must give both termination endings, that is, brevis, breve. If I say “bold” you must give the nominative singular and the genitive singular because it is a one terminating ending, that…

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    Shurley English 6 for April 16th

    For Friday, please finish Chapter 26, Lessons 1-4. For Composition, write the final draft of Lesson 5, “The Fisherman Piping.” We will be going to the library during class on Friday, so if you have a library card, bring it with you.