Form III (7th/8th Grade)

This not a complete look at PNEU Programmes; it leaves out reference books ("Bible Dictionary") and details ("Keep a nature notebook") in some subjects. This is strictly for getting an idea of which books were used, and how many pages per year and in each subject. See also: Anne White's blog post, "Blueprint for a Charlotte Mason term."

Subject: Programme 90 1921 Term 3 spring Programme 91 1921 Term 1 fall Programme 92 1922 Term 2 winter Programme 93 1922 Term 3 spring Programme 94 Programme 95
Bible Old Testament History, by T. M. Hardwick and H. Costley-White Vol, V., pp. 195-288.
The Work of the Prophets, by R. Selfe chapters 7, 8, 11, 12, 18.
Reference materials: atlas, dictionary, maps
The Saviour of the World, Vol. IV. pp. 120-193.
The Acts by E. M. Knox, pp. 65-127
The Prayer Book in the Church, by The Rev. W. H. Campbell with lessons on The Ascension and Trinity Sunday.
column 3 row 1 (top) Old Testament History, by T.M. Hardwick and E. Costley-White, Vol, III., pp. 55-116.
The Saviour of the World, Vol. V., pp. 68-122.
The Acts, by E.M. Knox, pp. 191-266
The Prayer Book in the Church, by the Rev. W. H. Campbell. with lesson on Easter.
Old Testament History, by T. M. Hardwick and H. Costley-White Vol, III., pp. pp. 115-175.
Reference materials: atlas, dictionary, maps
The Saviour of the World, Vol. V. pp. 153-193.
The Acts by E. M. Knox, pp. 257-324
(optional) The Prayer Book in the Church, by The Rev. W. H. Campbell pp 1-14 with lessons on the Ascension and the Trinity.
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Sunday Reading (optional) Heroes and Writers of the Book of Common Prayer, by A. M. Forde.
For private daily Bible reading, children may use Lectiones for Older Children.
A Boy's Book of Prayer, by A. Devine.
Longfellow's The Golden Legend
column 3 row 2 The Romance of the Bible, by G. Hellis, pp. 1-82.
Attila and His Conquerors, by Mrs. R. Charles, or, Origen and His Times: a Tale of the Third Century
An English Church History for Children, Vol. I. by M. Shipley, pp. 1-87.
For private daily Bible reading, children may use Daily Readings from the Old Testament, by H. Franklin and L. Mantagu. For New Testament: a Gospel in suitable portions.
A Boy's Book of Prayer, by A. Devine
The Romance of the Bible by G. Hollis. pp. 85-168.
Dayspring in Uganda by the Ven. A. B. Lloyd.
In the Days of S. Anselm, by G Hollis
An English Church History for Children, Vol. I by M. Shipley, pp. 98-165.
For private daily Bible reading, children may use Daily Readings from the Old Testament by H. Franklin and L. Montagn.
For New Testament: a Gospel in suitable portions.
A Boy's Book of Prayer, by A. Devine.
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Language Arts grammar row 3 Morris's English Grammar pp. 40-58; 92, 98, 109-126.
column 3 row 3 Meiklejohn's A New Grammar of the English Tongue, pp. 23-45, or, Morris's English Grammar, pp. 78-87; 96, 97; 109-125. Meiklejohn's A New Grammar of the English Tongue, pp. 45-63 or, Morris's English Grammar pp 100-126. column 6 row 3 column 7 row 3
Reading/Literature The History of English Literature for Boys and Girls, by H. E. Marshall pp. 581-632.
The Old Curiosity Shop
Lamb's Essay's
Bulfinch's Age of Fable, pp. 155-186.
column 3 row 4 The History of English Literature for Boys and Girls, by H. E. Marshall, pp. 1-90.
Malory's The Knights of the Round Table
Sigurd the Volsung by W. Morris
Bulfinch's Age of Fable, pp. 216-248
The History of English Literature for Boys and Girls, by H. E. Marshall pp. 90-109
Lytton's Harold
Bulfinch's Age of Fable, pp. 248-277.
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Shakespeare/Poetry Shakespeare's Hamlet, or, The Tempest.
Shelley's Poems
Longfellow's Hiawatha
Longfellow's Golden Legend.
column 3 row 5 Shakespeare's Julius Caesar
Poems of To-day: know the poems of six poets.
Shakespeare's Coriolanus or Tennyson's Harold
Poems of To-Day
Know the poems of six poets
Place poems (Europe) from Longfellow's Poems
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English History Arnold Forster's A History of England, pages 718-726; 745-806 (1820-1861).
column 3 row 6 Arnold Forster's A History of England, pages 1-65 (B.C. 55-901).
Read the daily news and keep a calendar of events.
Read the daily news
Arnold Forster's A History of England, pages 55-181 (901-1164).
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French, General, Other History The British Museum for Children, by Frances Epps, chapter 8.
The Great War, 1914-1918, by C. R. L. Fietcher, pp. 29-66.
Creighton's First History of France, pp. 279-290.
column 3 row 7 Craighton's First History of France, pp. 1-26 (B.C. 55-901).
The British Museum for Children, by Frances Epps, chapter 10.
The Great War, 1914-1918, by C.R.L. Fletcher, pp. 120-153 (optional)
Creighton's First History of France , pp. 27-45 (961-1154).
The British Museum for Children, by Frances Epps, chapter 11.
The Great War, 1914-1918, by C.R.L. Fletcher, pp. 156-185 (optional).
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Citizenship Ourselves, Book I. pp. 108-189.
North's Plutarch's Lives, edited by P. Giles Timoleon.
Social and Industrial Life, by St. Loe Strachey pp. 86-71.
column 3 row 8 Ourselves, Book I., pp. 168?-186.
North's Plutarch's Lives: Julius Caesar
Social and Industrial Life, by St. Loe Strachey, pp, 106-146.
Ourselves, Book I. pp. 187-210.
North's Plutarch's Lives: Coriolanus.
Social and Industrial Life, by St. Loe Strachey, pp. 146-177.
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Geography Know something about foreign places coming into notice in the current newspapers.
The Ambleside Geography Books, Book IV. pp. 142-187.
Fighting for Sea Power in the Days of Sail, by H. W. Household pp. 80-63.
column 3 row 9 The Ambleside Geography Books, Book IV., pp. 249-278; 284-308.
Fighting for Sea Power in the Days of Sail, by H.W. Household, pp. 108-145.
Letters from High Latitudes, by Lord Dufferin.
Know something about foreign places coming into notice in the current newspapers. Ten minutes' exercises on the map of the world every week.
Know something about foreign places coming into notice in the current newspapers.
Fighting for Sea Power in the Days of Sail, by H. W. Household, pp. 146-193.
Geikie's Physical Geography, pp. 1-19.
(Optional), Travels with a Donkey in the Cevennes, by R. L. Stevenson
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Natural History/Botany The Study of Plant Life, by H.C. Stopes pp. 72-108.
Ruskin's Ethics of the Dust Lectures 1-8 inclusive.
The Changing Year, by F. M. Haines, or, Countryside Rambles, by W. S. Furneaux: April to July.
column 3 row 10 he Study of Plant Life, by H.O. Stopes, pp. 141-168.
Ruskin's Ethics of the Dust, Lectures 8-10 inclusive.
The Changing Year, by F.M. Haines, or Countryside Rambles, by W. S. Furneaux: January to March.
The Study of Plant Life, by H.C. Stopes pp. 167-196.
First Year of Scientific Knowledge, by Paul Bert, pp. 107-127.
Furueaux's A Nature Study Guide, or Countryside Rambles, by W. S. Furneaux: April to July.
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Science Architecture pp. 24-42. Geikie's
Physical Geography pp. 1-46.
column 3 row 11 Architecture, pp. 65-86.
Geikie's Physical Geography, pp. 91-186.
Architecture, pp. 86-102.
Our Wonderful Universe, by A. Giberne, pp. 1-27
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Hygeine/Physiology column 2 row 12 column 3 row 12 column 4 row 12 column 5 row 12 column 6 row 12 column 7 row 12
Math New Shilling Arithmetic, pp. 38-59
A School Geometry, by H. Hall and F. Stevens pp. 1-28; 38-78 The School Set of Mathematical Instruments
column 3 row 13 Pendlebury's New Shilling Arithmetic, pp. 72-84
Important to be read in leisure time, Number Stories of Long Ago, by D.E. Smith
A School Geometry, by H. Hall and F. Stevens (Parts i.-iv.), pp. 42-51, 56-59, 62, 64.
Pendlebury's New Shilling Arithmetic, pp. 85-99
A School Geometry, by H. Hall and F. Stevens pp. 27-88, B4 (ex. 1-8), B5-41
Important: to be read in leisure time, Number Stories of Long Ago, by D. E. Smith.
A School Geometry, by H. Hall and F. Stevens, pp. 77-88, 88 - 93.
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Latin Second Latin Course, by Scott and Jones pp. 20-40.
column 3 row 14 Second Latin Course, by Scott and Jones, pp. 40-62, or, better, Dr. Smith's First Latin Course pp. 1-18. Second Latin Course, by Scott and Jones pp. 62 - 88, or, better, Dr. Smith's First Latin Course, pp. 18 - 27. column 6 row 14 column 7 row 14
Other Foreign Language Siepmann's Primary French Course, Part II., Lessons 7-9. Teacher read lesson aloud and children narrate Daudet's La Mule du Pape
Read several poems and learn one from Musset's Poems
column 3 row 15 Siepmann's Primary German Course, by C. Siepmann, Lessons 7-9 inclusive. or Perini's Italian Conversation Grammar, Exercises 6-10.
Primary French Course,* Part II., by O. Siepmann, Lessons 13-15 inclusive
Read and narrate Les Deux Bossus; parse two pages.
Siepmann's Primary German Course, by O. Siepman Lessons 10 - 12 inclusive. OR Perini's Italian Conversation Grammar, Exercises 11 - 15, or, better, A New Italian Grammar, by E. Grillo, pp.1 - 12; 175 - 180.
Siepmann's Primary French Course, Part II., by G. Siepmann, Lessons 16 - 18.
Read and narrate Le Petit Chose a Paris
Read several poems and learn one from Longer Poems for Recitation
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Drawing/Art column 2 row 16 column 3 row 16 The Fesole Club Papers, by W. G. Collingwood (out of print), column 5 row 16 column 6 row 16 column 7 row 16
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