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    #31
    Re: Dictionaries for Literature and Classical?

    Just wanting to clarify a point.

    Christian Studies does not have vocabulary words in the way that Literature and Classical Studies does. True, all three have "Facts to Know", but Lit and Classical have separate vocabulary studies, and of course, test questions related to the meaning of the vocabulary words. The dictionary for Lit and Classical studies would be to help the student with the identical definition as the one that will mirror the quiz/test, but also the meaning that is being used in those books.


    Christian studies isn't in the category at all.



    Jen
    DS, 28 yrs, graduated from MIT (Aerospace)

    DS, 26 yrs, graduated from SIU's School of Business, ENGAGED!

    DD, 23 yrs, graduated from The Catholic University of America in Washington, DC; 2nd grade teacher.

    DS, 13 yrs, 9th grade; attends a private classical school, 7th - 12th.

    All homeschooled for some/all of their K-12 education.

    Me: retired after 16 years of continuous homeschooling, now a high school chemistry teacher at a large Catholic high school

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      #32
      Re: Dictionaries for Literature and Classical?

      Originally posted by RunnerJoy View Post
      I was wondering if anyone has put together a dictionary for FMMA, King Arthur etc, Trojan War etc? I found Greek Myths, FMOR, Lassie etc, Farmer Boy etc. Thank you to the friends who put those together and shared them! They are a huge help in streamlining work. <3
      Any chance someone could link to the Greek Myths dictionary? I've searched to no avail... but am also way too tired today, so apologies if I overlooked it

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        #33
        Re: Dictionaries for Literature and Classical?

        Originally posted by fraz View Post
        Any chance someone could link to the Greek Myths dictionary? I've searched to no avail... but am also way too tired today, so apologies if I overlooked it
        Here you go! It's in the 4th post.

        https://forum.memoriapress.com/showt...ths+dictionary
        Joyfully, Courtney
        DS14, DS12, DS11, DD9

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          #34
          Here's a new question for you as I look through the new Grammar School Literature Dictionary. For the 2nd grade one, we used the words just as they were in the literature guides since they were for young students. So we used past tense, adverbs with "ly," etc. But for grammar school, would you want to see the words in a dictionary form? So if the word is "balancing," we would show "balance, -ed, -ing"? Do you want part of speech denoted? Anything else I haven't thought about?

          I thought I'd go to the people who will be using it before publishing something that isn't helpful to you!

          Thanks for any input!

          Tanya

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            #35
            Originally posted by Enigma
            Any word on when this lovely book is available or did I miss it on the new site?
            You didn't miss it; it's still in progress!

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              #36
              Originally posted by Enigma
              Yay! No release date then?
              Not yet; sorry!

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                #37
                I did finish the 7th Grade Literature Dictionary, but failed to share it. Now that I'm prepping for the new year, I remembered.

                7th Literature Dictionary .pdf


                Can someone find or post the FMOR dictionary? It seems to be missing from the original thread I found it in. Thanks!
                Joyfully, Courtney
                DS14, DS12, DS11, DD9

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                  #38
                  Originally posted by RunnerJoy View Post
                  I did finish the 7th Grade Literature Dictionary, but failed to share it. Now that I'm prepping for the new year, I remembered.

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                  Can someone find or post the FMOR dictionary? It seems to be missing from the original thread I found it in. Thanks!

                  Here is the FMOR dictionary I have. It is tied to the vocab from 5M literature.

                  4A_5M_Dictionary_Lit_Rome_Mine (1) (1).pdf

                  ~Michelle

                  DD 13 (MP 8 - 4FL and Ref/Con through MPOA)
                  DS 11 (MP 6 w/MPOA)
                  DS 5 - MP K (My first Kindergartner with MP!!!)
                  DD 2 - Board Books and Chaos

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                    #39
                    3Blessings Thank you for sharing!
                    DS, 11 (MP 7M)
                    DD, 8 (MP 3M)
                    DD, 5 (MP K)
                    DS, almost 1! (chewing on books and knocking stuff over)

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                      #40
                      I saw mentioned a couple of times that people found a dictionary for FMOG...Where did you find this?...I can't find it ????
                      Tahara

                      Homeschooling two boys
                      DS -21 (9/00) Homeschool graduate, in college
                      DS -17 (9/04) (SN)
                      DS -15 (7/06)

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                        #41
                        Originally posted by The Autumn Oak View Post
                        I saw mentioned a couple of times that people found a dictionary for FMOG...Where did you find this?...I can't find it ????
                        It’s in this thread. ????

                        https://forum.memoriapress.com/forum...-men-of-greece
                        Joyfully, Courtney
                        DS14, DS12, DS11, DD9

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                          #42
                          Thank you!
                          Tahara

                          Homeschooling two boys
                          DS -21 (9/00) Homeschool graduate, in college
                          DS -17 (9/04) (SN)
                          DS -15 (7/06)

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                            #43
                            It looks like the original post in this thread for the 5A/6M Literature and Classical Dictionary was deleted. I've looked elsewhere and cannot find it. Can someone point me in the right direction? Thanks!
                            Joyfully, Courtney
                            DS14, DS12, DS11, DD9

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                              #44
                              Is the Grammar School dictionary still in the works?
                              Jennifer

                              2018-2019
                              R- DS, 10, 4NU

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                                #45
                                Did anyone happen to create a PDF dictionary for The Moffats?

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