ACADEMIC

YEAR

2020-2021

LITERATURE CLASSES

Literature A (7th/8th)
Literature A presents literature as a subject influenced by Christianity's westward move to the New World. The Gospel of Grace affected the subjects, types, and authors of literature. Students will study the types of literature through selected examples from classics.
• Offered in even years
• Literature B (7th/8th)
Literature B seeks to define and illumine the role of literature in history and in God's purpose for us today in comparing the pagan & Christian ideas of man and government.​ The student will study 4 major works in their entirety. For each, he will evaluate the style, characterization, plot, and theme. The major works studied are: The Odyssey, Ben Hur, Men of Iron, Hamlet.
• Offered in odd years
• English Literature I (9th/10th)
This course covers from the earliest writings of English literature through the “Age of Shakespeare.” Students will study specific authors and read excerpts as well as complete works. A truly Biblical analysis will be brought to each work and author that is studied.​
• Offered in even years
• English Literature II (9th/10th)
English Literature II covers the period from 1660 to the present day. Through selected readings, students will witness the erosion of England's Christian heritage due to the rise of evolution, Marxism, and atheism. Entire works will be read and studied for each the five periods of literature covered: Restoration, Eighteenth Century, Romanticism, Victorian, and Contemporary.
• Offered in odd years
• American Literature I (11th/12th)
American Literature 1 introduces the student to the planting of the seed of the American Christian Republic. This course considers the principles of Christian character and self-government revealed through the writings of men and women from the Colonial through the Federal periods.​
• Offered in even years
• American Literature II (11th/12th)
American Literature II leads the student in witnessing America's falling away from her Christian founding as Romanticism, Transcendentalism, Utopianism, Individualism, factionalism, and atheism erode her Christian foundations.
• Offered in odd years

Elective Classes

Music Appreciation 1 (9th-12th)
Music Appreciation 1 provides the student with experiences in classical music. In addition to reading about the composers and listening to their music, students will produce composer biographies and opinion papers. The composers studied in this course are: Giovanni Pierluigi da Palestrina, Antonio Vivaldi, Johann Sebastian Bach, George Frideric Handel, Joseph Haydn, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Ludwig van Beethoven, Franz Peter Schubert, Hector Berlioz, & Felix Mendelssohn.
• Offered as requested
• Music Appreciation 2 (9th-12th)
Music Appreciation 2 provides the student with experiences in classical music. In addition to reading about the composers and listening to their music, students will produce composer biographies and opinion papers. The composers studied in this course are: Frederic Chopin, Robert Schumann, Johann Strauss, Franz Liszt, Richard Wagner, Anton Bruckner, Johannes Brahms II, Georges Bizet, & Modest Musorgsky.
• Offered as requested
• Music Appreciation 3 (9th-12th)
Music Appreciation 3 provides the student with experiences in classical music. In addition to reading about the composers and listening to their music, students will produce composer biographies and opinion papers. The composers studied in this course are: Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky, Antonin Dvorak, Edvard Grieg, Gustav Mahler, Claude Debussy, Richard Strauss, Ralph Vaughan Williams, Arnold Schoenberg, & Maurice Ravel.
• Offered as requested
• Music Appreciation 4 (9th-12th)
Music Appreciation 4 provides the student with experiences in classical music. In addition to reading about the composers and listening to their music, students will produce composer biographies and opinion papers. The composers studied in this course are: Carl Orff, Bela Bartok, Igor Stravinsky, Sergei Prokofiev, George Gershwin, Francis Poulenc, Aaron Copland, Dimitri Shostakovich, Leonard Bernstein.
• Offered as requested

Literature classes are designed to assist students in developing the skills of grammar, improving their use of the English language, equipping them for the task of spreading and defending the Gospel. Literature classes will have lessons posted each day, Monday through Friday.

OUR CLASSES

ELEMENTARY
MS/HS GOVERNMENT
MS/HS HISTORY
MS/HS LANGUAGE
MS/HS LITERATURE
MS/HS MATHEMATICS
MS/HS PHILOSOPHY
MS/HS SCIENCE
FOREIGN LANGUAGE

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