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Rome to the Reformation is a complete curriculum for history Bible science art and music You will need to add language arts and math at the appropriate grade level Highlights of Rome to the Reformation Bible History The life of Jesus and the early church in historical context using DK Illustrated Family Bible or Journey through the Bible Streams of Civilization Volume I and Trial
Copyright 2004 Marie Hazell pl,Printed in the United States of America. All rights reserved for all countries, No part of this book may be reproduced by any means without the written permission of the author. However if you do not sell give or loan the original Teacher s Manual or any copies at any time then we. grant limited permission to photocopy the weekly lesson plan charts but not the weekly Notes pages for your. personal record keeping and or state recording requirements. Scripture taken from the HOLY BIBLE NEW INTERNATIONAL VERSION Copyright 1973 1978 1984. International Bible Society Used by permission of Zondervan Bible Publishers. Maps 2004 Geography Matters, Singapore Math is a registered trademark of SingaporeMath com Inc. Published by,My Father s World,PO Box 2140 Rolla MO 65402. 573 202 2000,www mfwbooks com,November 2018,Rome to the Reformation. History Bible Science,Founding of Rome How the Bible Came to Us Cells. The Roman Republic,Punic Wars,Fall of the Roman Republic. Julius Caesar The Brain,Roman Cities,Dead Sea Scrolls New Testament Overview The Brain. Judas Maccabeus Hanukkah,Life in Ancient Rome,Antony and Cleopatra. Roman Social Classes,pl Sense of Smell,Sense of Taste. Caesar Augustus,Virgil and the Aeneid, Arches and Aqueducts Old Testament Prophecies of Arches and Aqueducts. Farming Trade and Transport Jesus, Pax Romana Birth of John and Jesus Sense of Hearing. Roman Army Childhood of Jesus Sense of Touch,Germanic Tribes. Tiberius Jesus Life Death and Sense of Sight,Resurrection. Early Church Skeletal System,Caligula Claudius Paul Teeth. Nero Vespasian Titus Revelation The Brain,Colosseum and Gladiators. Jerusalem s Temple Destroyed,Diocletian Constantine Digestive System. Fall of Rome,Roman Feast, Byzantine Empire Justinian Luke Respiratory System. Birth of Islam Respiratory System Speech,Arab World Circulatory System. Clovis Charles Martel,Islamic Invasion,Charlemagne. Celtic Tribes of Britain,Monasteries,pl Urinary System. Muscular System,Leif Ericsson,Alfred the Great Reproductive System. The Battle of Hastings,Castles Knights Reproductive System. Medieval Church,Pilgrims The Crusades Astronomy Overview. King Richard and King John,Magna Carta,Robin Hood,Jews The Sun. Japan Mercury,Genghis Khan Mongolians Venus,Marco Polo. Russia Ivan the Great Ivan,the Terrible,The Black Death Earth. The Renaissance,France and England at War,Joan of Arc. Constantinople Captured Philippians The Moon,Ferdinand and Isabella. Henry the Navigator,Ancient Africa Mars,Ghana Mali Songhay Empire. Vespucci Magellan,pl Comets Meteorites Asteroids,Maya Aztec Inca. Cort s and Montezuma Saturn,Renaissance Art,Martin Luther Uranus. King Henry VIII,Copernicus Galileo Pluto,Queen Elizabeth. Shakespeare Stars,Native North Americans,Raleigh Cartier Memory Verse Review Space Travel. Spain and England at War,But when the time had fully come. God sent his Son,Born of a woman born under law,To redeem those under law. That we might receive the full rights of sons,Galatians 4 4 5. Welcome to an exciting year Rome to the Reformation is part of a four year chronological history. based study for students in grades 2 8 You will travel back to the time of the Romans when Jesus. walked on the earth You will follow the development of the Church and study the Middle Ages. culminating with the Renaissance and the Reformation We hope and pray that you will understand. history and the Bible in a new way and that God s kingdom will be affected by what you learn this. Rome to the Reformation is a complete curriculum for history Bible science art and music You. will need to add language arts and math at the appropriate grade level. Highlights of Rome to the Reformation,Bible History. The life of Jesus and the early church in historical context using DK Illustrated Family Bible or. Journey through the Bible Streams of Civilization Volume I and Trial and Triumph. Readings from Luke 1 John Philippians and other books of the Bible and memory verses from. the New Testament, How the Bible was written and preserved using How the Bible Came to Us. A focus on the Roman civilization the Middle Ages the Renaissance and the Reformation using. Ancient World Augustus Caesar s World The Roman Empire and Medieval World. Map work History Notebook timeline and hands on projects. Library books provide enrichment for topics that are studied. Human body Participate in simple experiments and demonstrations create paper models of. body systems and parts and appreciate the complexity of the amazing human body that God. created using First Encyclopedia of the Human Body The Human Body for Every Kid The Body. Book and The Wonderful Way Babies Are Made, Astronomy Explore the universe from a Christian perspective using Exploring Creation with. Astronomy Includes hands on activities, 7th and 8th graders use Apologia s Exploring Creation with General Science or Exploring Creation. with Physical Science instead of the above purchase separately. Optional weekly nature walk and nature journal,Art and Music. Hands on history related projects, Art lessons include drawing as well as Roman early church and Middle Ages themes from a. godly perspective using God and the History of Art optional. The biography and music of Haydn Beethoven and Mozart using our optional CD package. Read Aloud, Inspiring stories for family read aloud in the evening or anytime. The Bronze Bow the story of the Roman oppression of the Jews and one young man s. encounter with Jesus, Twice Freed set at the time of the apostle Paul and the early church. The Door in the Wall the tale of a young boy in medieval times. Dangerous Journey a beautiful retelling of the classic Pilgrim s Progress. Vocabulary, Vocabulary lessons for all grades focus on Latin roots using English from the Roots Up purchase. separately,Math and Language Arts, Add math and language arts We recommend Singapore Math Primary Mathematics for grades 2 6. and Saxon Math with Jacobs Geometry for grades 7 12 Our language arts recommendations are. Grade 2 Language Lessons for Today Grade 2 Spelling by Sound and Structure and. WORLDkids magazine, Grade 3 Language Lessons for Today Grade 3 Merriam Webster s Elementary Dictionary. Spelling Power Handwriting and WORLDkids magazine,WORLDkids magazine. Grade 4 Language Lessons for Today Grade 4 Merriam Webster s Elementary Dictionary. Spelling Power Spelling Power Activity Task Cards Writing Skills for Today Level A and. Grade 5 Language Lessons for Today Grade 5 Spelling Power Spelling Power Activity. Task Cards Writing Skills for Today Level B Students who did not complete Writing Skills. for Today Level A or Writing Strands Level 3 use Level A this year and Level B in 6th grade. and WORLDkids magazine, Grade 6 Language Lessons for Today Grade 6 Spelling Power Spelling Power Activity. Task Cards Writing Skills for Today Level C Students who completed only Writing Skills for. Today Level A or Writing Strands Level 3 use Level B students who have not used Writing. Skills for Today or Writing Strands use Level A and WORLDteen magazine. Grade 7 two literature guides from Progeny Press Spelling Power if needed Writing with. Skill Level 1 first half of book Merriam Webster s Collegiate Thesaurus used with Writing. with Skill Applications of Grammar Students with no previous basic instruction in nouns. verbs etc first complete Language Lessons for Today Grade 6 in the first 8 weeks and. WORLDteen magazine, Grade 8 two literature guides from Progeny Press Spelling Power if needed Writing with. Skill Level 1 second half of book Merriam Webster s Collegiate Thesaurus used with. Writing with Skill Easy Grammar Ultimate Series Grade 8 and WORLDteen magazine. Note WORLDkids and WORLDteen are print and digital current events magazines with a biblical. worldview ideal for Book Basket or reading aloud with parents See mfwbooks com magazine. Foreign Language, We recommend Rosetta Stone optional because of its excellent methodology and engaging. interactive format My Father s World has developed a Foreign Language Enrichment Guide with. cultural activities and other helps These plans are useful for assigning high school credit or. enriching a younger student s experience,Rome to the Reformation Basic Package includes. Teacher s Manual,Student Sheets one per student,Bible History How the Bible Came to Us. The Roman Empire,Augustus Caesar s World,Galen and the Gateway to Medicine. The Story of the World Volume 2,Medieval World,Trial and Triumph Stories from Church History. Science The Human Body for Every Kid,The Body Book. First Encyclopedia of the Human Body,The Wonderful Way Babies Are Made. Exploring Creation with Astronomy 2nd Edition, NOTE Ancient World Streams of Civilization Volume 1 Third Edition and English from. the Roots Up were used in Creation to the Greeks the previous year s study and they are. also required for Rome to the Reformation If you do not already own these books you will. need to purchase them separately, You will also need DK Illustrated Family Bible you may instead use Journey through the. Bible which is out of print if you already own it,Deluxe Package includes the above books plus. Read Aloud The Bronze Bow,Twice Freed,Dangerous Journey. The Door in the Wall,Projects Starting Chess,Make a Castle. Music Introduction to Haydn Mozart and Beethoven seven CD set. NOTE God and the History of Art is scheduled in Rome to the Reformation but must be. purchased separately It was also used in Creation to the Greeks. Charlemagne Ruler of Celtic Tribes of Britain Barbarians in Britain Augustine. the Franks 768 Beowulf, Memory Verse Memory Verse Memory Verse Memory Verse Advanced DK p262. 1 Corinthians 13 4 8a Review 1 Corinthians Review Romans Verses 263. see notes 13 1 3 see notes How the Bible Came to,Luke 9 18 45 Luke 9 46 62 Luke 10 1 24 Us. DK p260 261 DK p270 Trial and Triumph p10 Spreading the. Journey p270 273 Journey p276 p55 Pope Gregory I Word The Earliest. Trial and Triumph Trial and Triumph Translations,p65 Charlemagne p45 Patrick. Handwriting,copy 1 Corinthians Dictation,13 4 1 Corinthians 13 4. English from the Roots English from the Roots English from the Roots English from the Roots English from the Roots. Up see notes Up Up Up Up, p77 magnus sentences p19 prae sentences and review test. Spelling Spelling Spelling Spelling, English 49 English 50 English 51 Writing 33 Writing 34. The Story of the World History see notes The Story of the World Medieval World. p110 The Greatest,King Charlemagne,Advanced Streams of. Civilization,Charlemagne stop,before Islam A New,Faith Emerges. Streams of Civilization,p273 274 England the,Norsemen and the. Age of Chivalry,Ancient World,p78 79 Celtic Tribes. The Story of the World,p9 The Celts of Britain,plp13 Barbarians Come. to Britain,p15 Beowulf the Hero,Streams of Civilization. p275 The Saxon,Angles Invasion only,two paragraphs. Medieval World,p7 Return to,Christianity,The Story of the World. p20 Augustine Comes,to England,Streams of Civilization. p275 276 Christianity,Arrives in England,Medieval World p16 not p17 stop before Norsemen. p18 of Scandinavia,Notebook see notes Notebook see notes. Charlemagne 768 Book of Kells,Book Basket Book Basket Book Basket Book Basket. The Body Book The Body Book The Body Book, p119 The Urinary p119 120 Making the p120 121 More to Do. System Building Model Using the and Learn 3 and 4,Understanding Model More to Do. First Encyclopedia of and Learn 1 and 2,the Human Body. p38 39 Water in your, Math Drill Math Drill Math x Drill Math Drill Math. Reading Reading Reading Reading Reading, God and the History of Music The Best of God and the History of God and the History of. Art Mozart brown Art Art, p195 196 see notes p182 The Middle Ages p186 The Dark Ages. Charlemagne no project p183 Lesson 110,Romanesque Period Being an Illuminator. no project, Foreign Language Foreign Language Foreign Language Foreign Language Nature Walk. Starting Chess Starting Chess Starting Chess Starting Chess Starting Chess. see notes p8 13 then play a p14 15 then play a p18 19 then play a see notes. game with just pawns game with just pawns game w pawns rooks. king and queen rooks king and queen knights king and. Week 17 Notes, optional beef or sheep kidney from your butcher for science M. chess set for use with Starting Chess M,Photocopies. The Body Book page 122 T,The Body Book page 123 W, Note The Clarinet page from the Student Sheets is for the optional music lesson on Tuesday. Memory Verse 1 Corinthians 13, For the next few weeks memorize 1 Corinthians 13 4 8a Add these verses to your 1 Corinthians. wall chart This week discuss the meaning of verse 4 Remember to watch for ways to apply these. truths in your lives,1 Corinthians 13,And now I will show you the most excellent way. I speak in the tongues of men and of angels but have not love I am only a. resounding gong or a clanging cymbal 2If I have the gift of prophecy and can fathom. all mysteries and all knowledge and if I have a faith that can move mountains but. have not love I am nothing 3If I give all I possess to the poor and surrender my body. to the flames but have not love I gain nothing, 4Love is patient love is kind It does not envy it does not boast it is not proud 5It is. not rude it is not self seeking it is not easily angered it keeps no record of wrongs. 6Love does not delight in evil but rejoices with the truth 7It always protects always. trusts always hopes always perseveres 8Love never fails. English from the Roots Up, Today in history you will learn about Charles the Great or Charlemagne pronounced SHAR la. main who was a French king Do you recognize the word Charles and the Latin magnus in the. word Charlemagne,Notebook Charlemagne, Create a notebook page titled Charlemagne 768 If you have Internet access you may print a. picture for your notebook page from www usborne quicklinks com Type in the book title Medieval. World and then page 18 and select either Pope crowning Emperor Charlemagne or Stained glass. portrait of Charlemagne,Starting Chess, Note You will need a chess set beginning with today s lesson. There is a great deal of information to be mastered when first learning chess The information is. broken up into five days of lessons this week If you prefer you may go at a slower or faster pace. Say Where did chess originate According to World Book Encyclopedia many historians think that. chess first originated in India in the 600s and then spread to Persia When the Muslims invaded. Persia they learned about chess and spread it to other countries In the 700s when Muslims. invaded Spain chess also spread there Chess continued to expand across Europe and was probably. played as far away as Scandinavia by the year 1000. Read and discuss pages 2 7 Then ask your child to identify the names of all the chess pieces and. show you how to set up a game correctly You will not play a game of chess yet. Note You will now study the history of Britain Be sure the student understands that to keep the. flow of British history more understandable you will jump back in time to before Charlemagne. Read to the student, It is thought that the legend of King Arthur was based on an early British leader who fought Anglo. Saxon invaders This may have been Ambrosius Aurelianus a British general who defeated the. Saxons who were invading Britain at a battle at Mount Badon in 470. Stories about King Arthur were very popular in medieval times They told how he pulled a magic. sword from a stone placed there by Merlin the wizard proving that Arthur was to be king He. created the famous Round Table where brave chivalrous knights joined him The table was round to. show that all the knights were equal King Arthur s kingdom was known as Camelot Sir Lancelot. was his most famous knight and very brave Sadly he fell in love with King Arthur s wife Queen. Guinevere See the appendix for suggested resources if you want to study this further. The Best of Mozart, When studying Haydn in Week 6 you listened to his Cello Concerto in D Major Today you will. listen to a clarinet concerto written by Mozart Mozart not only wrote music but he also was an. excellent musician He enjoyed playing the solo parts in his concertos Remember a concerto is a. piece written for one or several instruments with orchestra accompaniment Today listen to. 2 Clarinet Concerto in A Major Adagio The Best of Mozart brown CD. The student may color The Clarinet student sheet while listening to today s music. Review Romans Verses,Verses from the Book of Romans. For all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God. But God demonstrates his own love for us in this While we were still sinners Christ. died for us, And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him who. have been called according to his purpose, 1Therefore I urge you brothers in view of God s mercy to offer your bodies as living. sacrifices holy and pleasing to God this is your spiritual act of worship 2Do not. conform any longer to the pattern of this world but be transformed by the renewing of. your mind Then you will be able to test and approve what God s will is his good. pleasing and perfect will, 3For by the grace given me I say to every one of you Do not think of yourself more. highly than you ought but rather think of yourself with sober judgment in. accordance with the measure of faith God has given you 4Just as each of us has one. body with many members and these members do not all have the same function 5so. in Christ we who are many form one body and each member belongs to all the others. 6We have different gifts according to the grace given us. Romans 3 23 5 8 8 28 and 12 1 6a,Notebook Book of Kells. The Book of Kells is an amazingly beautiful manuscript made hundreds of years ago probably in. the late 600s or 700s It contains the Four Gospels illustrated with intricate hand drawings and. richly colored letters It was made by priests in a monastery in Ireland. Refer to page 7 of Medieval World for a guide to the colors if you want to color this sheet. Starting Chess, Read pages 20 21 and play a game of chess using all of the pieces. Read the rest of Starting Chess at a comfortable pace for your family pages 16 17 and page 22 end. of book These pages explain strategy that will help you develop your skills. Consider planning a chess party Decorate a cake with a chessboard theme Invite grandparents. aunts and uncles or someone who already knows how to play chess This is a wonderful way for. children to socialize with their elders Or maybe you have a group of friends that would like to start. a chess club Chess is a great game for developing thinking skills. Monasteries Vikings Leif Ericsson, Memory Verse Memory Verse Memory Verse Memory Verse. 1 Corinthians 13 4 8a, see notes Review 1 Corinthians Luke 11 1 13 Luke 11 14 36. How the Bible Came to 13 1 3,Us see notes Luke 10 25 42. p11 Monks and DK p266 267,Manuscripts Journey,Handwriting p282 285. copy 1 Corinthians Dictation,13 5 1 Corinthians 13 5. English from the Roots English from the Roots English from the Roots English from the Roots English from the Roots. Up Up Up Up Up, p92 scribo scriptum sentences p20 ad sentences and review test. medieval monasteries,had a scriptorium see,today s history lesson. Spelling Spelling Spelling Spelling, English 52 English 53 English 54 Writing 35 Writing 36. The Story of the World Advanced Streams of The Story of the World Medieval World. p24 Medieval p118 Eric the Red and p12 13 Vikings at. Monasteries,p26 Writing Books by,Activity Grow a,Medieval Herb Garden. Civilization,p276 The Norsemen of,Scandinavia,All ages Streams of. Civilization,p277 280 The Early,Norsemen stop before. Viking Raids in,pl Eric s Son,Streams of Civilization. p283 286 Norse,Explorations stop,before The Age of. Medieval World,The Story of the World,p122 The Norse Gods. Thor and the Giant,Activity Make a,England p14 15 Vikings Viking Runestone. The Story of the World Abroad see notes,p115 Viking Invasion. Notebook Timeline Notebook, Monk Copying the Viking Raids 790 1100 Vikings see notes. Bible see notes Timeline,Leif Ericsson Sails to,North America 1000. Book Basket Book Basket Book Basket Book Basket,First Encyclopedia of The Body Book The Body Book. the Human Body p124 Building p125 Making the,p24 25 Muscles Understanding Model Using the. The Human Body for Model the rest of the,Every Kid chapter is optional. p177 Pullers muscles, Math Drill Math Drill Math x Drill Math Drill Math. Reading Reading Reading Reading Reading, God and the History of Music The Best of God and the History of. Art Mozart red Art, p187 Lesson 112 5 Quartet for oboe p188 Lesson 113. Designing Fanciful violin viola Making an Illumined. Letters violoncello in F major Manuscript, Foreign Language Foreign Language Foreign Language Foreign Language Nature Walk. Read Aloud Read Aloud Read Aloud Read Aloud, The Door in the Wall The Door in the Wall The Door in the Wall The Door in the Wall. see notes p18 p26 p32,Week 18 Notes, supplies for herb garden see below for specifics M. uncooked chicken leg thigh or wing with the skin removed but the muscles attached optional. for science T, sugar cookie dough homemade or store bought or self hardening clay to make Viking. Runestone TH,Photocopies,The Body Book page 127 T,The Body Book page 128 TH. Memory Verse 1 Corinthians 13, Continue to memorize 1 Corinthians 13 4 8a This week focus on the meaning of verse 5 Remember. to watch for ways to apply these truths in your lives. 1 Corinthians 13,And now I will show you the most excellent way. 1If I speak in the tongues of men and of angels but have not love I am only a. resounding gong or a clanging cymbal 2If I have the gift of prophecy and can fathom. all mysteries and all knowledge and if I have a faith that can move mountains but. have not love I am nothing 3If I give all I possess to the poor and surrender my body. to the flames but have not love I gain nothing, 4Love is patient love is kind It does not envy it does not boast it is not proud 5It is. not rude it is not self seeking it is not easily angered it keeps no record of wrongs. 6Love does not delight in evil but rejoices with the truth 7It always protects always. trusts always hopes always perseveres 8Love never fails. How the Bible Came to Us, Follow the directions for Make Your Own Decorated Psalm You may want to spread this out over. several days If you are using God and the History of Art you won t need to do the decorated psalm. in How the Bible Came to Us because it is very similar to this week s art lessons. Note The word manuscript comes from manus Latin for hand and scriptum Latin for write The. word illuminated comes from lumen Latin for light Illuminated manuscripts in the Middle Ages. were often illustrated with real gold or silver which would shine and catch the light The words. monk and monastery are from monos Greek for alone or one. Activity Grow a Medieval Herb Garden In Your Windowsill. In medieval times monasteries had herb gardens for food and medicinal purposes Monks often. helped to care for the sick They even used some herbs to make ink and dyes for their manuscripts. Herbs were very important in the Middle Ages Besides being used as food and medicine they. helped to mask odors in the house and were used to disguise the taste of old meat. Note You might find herb seeds or small plants or even a small herb gardening kit complete with. seeds and small pots at a local nursery or a large home and garden center However it can be very. hard to locate herb seeds or seedlings if it is not spring You might postpone this activity until. spring when seeds and seedlings are available locally You might even want to try an outdoor herb. garden this spring If you decide to postpone this activity write yourself a reminder note now near. the end of your lesson plans about growing herbs in the spring. If you want to grow herbs now and supplies are not available locally you might order seeds from a. company such as Burpee 1 800 333 5808 or www burpee com Burpee recommends these. varieties for growing indoors dwarf bush fineleaf basil common chives fernleaf dill and common. The following general directions are for an indoor window box herb garden You will need to. imagine that it is a larger plot of land next to the local monastery For more information or to grow. herbs outdoors there are many excellent books at the library or at garden stores. Try several different kinds and compare the growth of each Diversifying also increases your. chances for success You might grow parsley from seeds and purchase sage rosemary and thyme. seedlings Chives is also an easy herb to grow indoors Spearmint or peppermint grow well indoors. but should be started from seedlings or cuttings from grown plants rather than from seeds. Select clay pots or a long window box planter Put about an inch of small stones at the bottom to. help with drainage and then add potting soil Follow the planting directions on your seed package. or directions given with your seedlings You can begin with small clay pots but transplant your. herbs into larger pots as they grow, Herbs will need a lot of sun so find a sunny window south or west facing is best that gets 6 hours. of sunlight per day Herbs prefer good well drained soil Keep the soil moist at first Once your. plants are growing well allow the soil to dry somewhat between waterings but don t let the herbs. begin to wilt between waterings Give them enough water so that a little runs through the pot But. pour off any accumulation never let them sit in a saucer of water. After about three weeks fertilize twice a month with half strength plant fertilizer Repot your herbs. into larger pots as needed You may need quite deep pots up to 9 deep as the plants grow Snip off. herbs and enjoy as desired,Notebook Monk Copying the Bible. Have the student write information about the topic at the bottom of the Monk Copying the Bible. sheet Use information from today s Bible and history lessons. The Door in the Wall, Today you will begin reading aloud from The Door in the Wall which won the Newbery Medal. Look at the illustration at the front of the book with Revelation 3 8 Read the verse from your Bible. and discuss the context the persecution of the early church Discuss the meaning of this verse As. you read through this book think about how the author uses this concept in her story. Read the first chapter today One chapter will be assigned for read aloud each day. Notebook Vikings, Use the Vikings sheet and add a summary of information about the Vikings Refer to pages 14 15 in. Medieval World for a guide to correct colors if you want to color the picture.