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Highlands Latin Nashville Scope & Sequence
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Area of StudyCourse Titles Grade
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LatinPrima Latina3
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Latina Christiana4
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First Form (Cumulative sequence starting at First Form)5 and up
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Second Formafter First Form
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Third Formafter Second Form
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Fourth Form/readings from Henle Iafter Third Form
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Henle II/Caesar-prep, Henle III/Cicero, AP Vergil *available through Memoria Press Online Academyafter Fourth Form
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ClassicsD'Aulaires' Greek Myths3
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Famous Men of Rome4-5
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Famous Men of the Middle Ages5-6
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Famous Men of Greece/Horatius at the Bridge6-7
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Book of the Ancient Greeks/ Iliad/Odyssey7-8
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Book of the Ancient Romans/The Aeneid 8-9
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Greek Tragedies: Aeschylus, Sophocles, Euripides9-12
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Cicero: On Obligations/The Republic and The Laws10-12
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Classical Metaphysics: Selections from Plato, Aristotle, Cicero, Aquinas, Kreeft11-12
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Art & Architecture of Western Civilization (To be published by Memoria Press)12
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LiteratureA: Farmer Boy, Charlotte's Web, Mr. Popper's Penguins, A Bear Called Paddington, Poetry for the Grammar Stage3
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B: Heidi, Lassie Come-Home, The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Poetry for the Grammar Stage4-5
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C: Adam of the Road, Robin Hood, King Arthur, A Door in the Wall, Poetry for the Grammar Stage 5-6
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D: The Bronze Bow, Anne of Green Gables, The Hobbit, The Trojan War, Poetry for the Grammar Stage6-7
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E: Treasure Island, The Adventures of Tom Sawyer, The Wind in the Willows, Midsummer Nights Dream, American Poetry & Short Stories 7-8
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F: Beowulf, Sir Gawain and the Green Knight, Canterbury Tales, Henvy V, Book of the Middle Ages, Poetry: Middle Ages 8-9
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G: The Scarlet Letter, Julius Caesar, To Kill a Mockingbird, Poetry: Elizabethan to Neoclassical9-10
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H: Pride & Prejudice, A Tale of Two Cities, Romeo & Juliet, Poetry: Romantic to Victorian10-12
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I: The Divine Comedy 11-12
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J: Anna Karenina, Hamlet, Jayber Crow, Poetry Selections12
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Composition*Intro to Composition/English Grammar Recitation I3
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Fable *Classical Composition is a cumulative sequence and levels should not be skipped. If your student is older, talk to Directors. 4-5
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Narrative5-6
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Chreia/Maxim6-7
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Refutation/Confirmation7-9
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Common Topic (may include Encomium dependent on class pacing)9-12
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Encomium/Invective/Comparison (may include Characterization dependent on class pacing)10-12
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Characterization & Description, Thesis & The Law10-12
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MathUnderstanding Math: Rod & Staff 66-7
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Mastering Mathematics: Rod & Staff 77
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Pre-Algebra: Lial7-8
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Algebra 1: Prentice Hall Classics8-9
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Algebra 2: Prentice Hall Classics 9-10
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Geometry (Jurgensen) 10-11
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Pre-Calculus (Larson, Hostetler)11-12
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Calculus11-12
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ScienceTrees & World of Biology6
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Earth Science7
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Physical Science8
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Introductory Physics (Algebra-based conceptual physics)9-10
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Biology10-12
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Chemistry10-12
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LogicTraditional Logic I & II9-12
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Material Logic & Aristotle's Rhetoric 9-12
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HistoryU.S. History9-12
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