Day A1 Day A2
Review A Key
Day B1 Day B2
Day B3 Day B4
Review B Key
Day C1 Day C2
Day C3 Day C4
Validation of Learning
Continue the Bank Game
|Time: 3 weeks
A brief look at a few monarchs
from England, France, Russia and how monarchs and explorers treated
people. All of this is contrasted and compared to God's rights and
what He expects from us.
- Study of English architecture, Baroque style of art and decorating,
plus identifying several masterpieces from the era.
- Drawing: One and two point perspective, shading, drawing a
still life and the Huguenot cross.
- Project A: Bake apples with
cinnamon and/or Pumpkin Delight; use quilling to make a decorative frame.
- Project B: Drawing ideas or pop popcorn and do the
Review B Game
- Project C: Have a Senior Tea or Luncheon
(and crown one of them "Queen (King) for a Day". Or use this
time to "crown" someone who needs special recognition).
Students invite special guests whom they socialize with during the event. Students
can prepare, serve, and clean up.
|Bulletin Board Ideas:
- A thirst for absolute power is the natural disease of monarchy.
Thomas Paine in Common Sense
- The Lord reigns, let the earth be glad. Psalm 97:1
- The wrath of a king is as the roaring of a lion.
- God, the blessed and only Ruler, the King of kings and Lord of
Lords. 1 Timothy 6:15
- Monarchs seldom sigh in vain.