I am working on our plans for history and looking towards high school and how it will all work out. I have two children, one going into 8th grade and one going into 6th grade next year. I was thinking for my 8th grader the schedule would be: 8 – Ancient Greece/Ancient Rome, 9-Middle Ages/RR, 10 – Age of Revolution 1, 11 – Age of Revolution 2, 12 – Age of Revolution 3. That doesn’t leave a year to do Government and Economics. Will it be easy enough to add something onto history and count it, too? Or should I skip Ancient Greece/Rome and do Middle Ages/RR next year. That would have us finish up Age of Revolution 3 in 11th grade and leave 12th grade for Government and Economics.
What about my 6th grader? Should I keep her on the same rotation with us? With the original plan she would be doing Age of Revolution 1 and 2 in 9th and 10th grades. Is that enough for American and World History? Then she could easily do Government and Economics her 11th grade year and grade 12 delve into a topic of her choice or use one of the other TQ guides. Or should I put her on her own rotation and start grade 6 with Beginnings. She would then complete one TQ per year finishing Age of Revolution 3 in grade 12.
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