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    Book of The Middle Ages and ~Romans

    I am looking ahead this morning to make sure I do not unnecessarily double up on books. I had been planning on my kids doing Mill's Romans and Middle Ages in seventh and eighth grades. Then I noticed that they are both included in the ninth grade package.

    https://www.memoriapress.com/curricu...de-curriculum/

    Are both of these books scheduled in ninth grade in their entirety along with their respective study guides? The plan is to use cores as written once we get to that level, so if they are scheduled, there's no sense in us doing them sooner.

    #2
    Good morning,

    Book of the Ancient Romans and its study guides are fully completed in the 9th grade package. Specific chapters from Book of the Middle Ages are read alongside the literature selections in order to provide context for the latter. The study guides for Book of the Middle Ages are not used. Does that help?
    Michael
    Memoria Press

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      #3
      Ah, that's perfect! Thanks

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        #4
        Also keep in mind the 9th grade lit and classical studies is used in 8th grade at the Highlands school and in the accelerated packages. If you did it in 8th, just use the accelerated 9th and you will be good to go.
        Debbie- mom of 7, civil engineering grad, married to mechanical engineer
        DD, 23, graphic design and illustration major
        DS, 21, mechanical engineering major
        DS, 19, Dual chemistry and Philosophy major, considering Catholic seminary
        DS, 16, Kolbe 11th grade
        DD, 13, dyslexic, MP 8M
        DS, 10, super squirmy, possible dysgraphia, MP 5A
        DD, 4 (in Aug 2017), cutest little interrupter of school ever, some MP Jr K if we fit it in.

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