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We had great difficulty finding well written material that didn't shock us or bathe us in vile and vulgar crudity.
In the interest of giving students a firsthand knowledge of the writing that prompted 20th century movements and struggles - including the very negative and seriously damaging ones - we have included some works with which we wholeheartedly disagree. Also, very few of the books were written after the 9/11 terrorist attacks, and that alters the terrain of the historical coverage in books of our era.
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In many subject areas, we offer a variety of options for you to choose among (or you may substitute your own). Those who still prefer the comfort of a single booklist may simply select "Option One" where options are presented.
We feel that this Year 11 book list is in keeping with Charlotte Mason's principles, but it isn't the only possible way to "do" CM in high school.
You are free to use it en toto, piecemeal, or simply as an example to consider.
To arrive at the best high school plan for your child, expect to burn some midnight oil, dig a little more than you did to prepare for the younger grades, and make more personal choices.
AO students will have already read most of the best 20th century books (C. As an example, imagine sitting down in 1950 to read a book published in 1936 which was written about the years 1900 to 1935.
An author would naturally understand the events from those years with far greater insight after WWII than prior to it.
Take the time to read the footnoted notes and comments; you will not be able to make good decisions about what to include or not without doing so.
If this looks overwhelming for your student, you might consider plan B - a lightened load for Year 11. Old Testament: Lamentations, Ezekiel, Joel, Daniel, Ezra, Haggai, Zechariah, Esther, Nehemiah, Malachi New Testament: 2 Corinthians, Romans, Colossians, Philemon, Ephesians, Philippians, 1 Timothy, 1 Peter, Titus, Hebrews, 2 Timothy, Jude, 1, 2 and 3 John Psalms 106-150 Proverbs 17-31 The time period for Year 11 is the 20th century.
It remains the homeschool parent's job, most particularly on the high school level, to assume full responsibility for matching your child's sensitivities and sensibilities, and your family's standards, with the books you select for study.
In the booklist below, we've offered a few notes on potential concerns in certain books, but it goes without saying that we have not noted every potential concern in every book.
History studied in Year 11: The 20th century Term 1: 1900-1940; Term 2: 1940-1960; Term 3: 1960-present As students mature, their reading material will present more challenging content, and may include strong language and more mature themes.Tags: Adult Dating, affair dating, sex dating