CLASS BOOKS & SUPPLIES

 2020/2021

ALL Writing 1 and 2 Classes

  • Students need a 1" three ring binder with 10 tab dividers, and a composition book.   

 

Please NOTE:  Click this Link to PDF listing for all the books for each Writing class.

Writing I-Girls

Along with the books listed on the PDF please also purchase:

  • Vocab Cartoons, Publisher-New Monic Books. ISBN: 0965242277.  Author-Sam Burchers. 
     

Writing I-Boys

Along with the books listed on the PDF please also purchase:

  • Vocab Cartoons, Publisher-New Monic Books. ISBN: 0965242277.  Author-Sam Burchers. 

Writing II-Girls

Along with the books listed on the PDF students will also need to purchase:

  • Vocabulary Cartoons, SAT Word Power.  ISBN-13: 978-0965242233 Author - Sam Burchers

Writing II-Boys

Along with the books listed on the PDF students will also need to purchase:

  • Vocabulary Cartoons, SAT Word Power.  ISBN-13: 978-0965242233 Author - Sam Burchers

American History/Writing 3 

  • Students need a 2" three-ring binder with the following tabs:  Homework, Maps, People, Timeline, Notes, Citizenship, Reading List. Students will also need a composition notebook.   Please purchase the paperback books listed on the PDF above, as well as:   

  • Elements of Style by Strunk and White.  (choose any edition)

  • The Lively Art of Writing by Lucile Vaughan Payne.  ISBN-13: 978-0451627124

Grammar  

  • Jr. Analytical Grammar: Student Workbook (yellow) and Jr. Analytical Grammar: Mechanics- Student Workbook (orange) can both be purchased through publisher, Rainbowresource.com, Christianbook.com, or Homeschooldiscountproducts.com/analytical-grammar/

Greek and Latin Roots

  • No textbook is required as we will be building our “workbooks” as we learn each week. There will be a $10 copy fee charge that will be collected on the first day of class.  I will ask students to have access in class to a dictionary either paper book or on their phone.  A complete supply list will be available several weeks before the class begins.

 

Middle Ages History

  • Story of the World Volume 2:  The Middle Ages (Revised Edition)

  • Booklist for class -
    Black Horses for the King by Anne McCaffrey ISBN 0-345-46863-5

      Son of Charlemagne by Barbara Willard ISBN 1-883937-30-2
      The Door in the Wall by Marguerite de Angeli ISBN 0-440-40283-2
      The Shakespeare Stealer by Gary Blackwood ISBN 0-14-130595-9
      The Apprentice by Pilar Molina Llorente ISBN 0-374-40432-1
      Master Cornhill by Eloise Jarvis McGraw ISBN 1-887840-00-1

  • Binder - 1" or bigger, divider tabs (5), and notebook paper

  • Colored pencils - small basic set

 

 

World Civilizations and World Wars

  • Booklist for class -

     Gilgamesh the Hero by Geraldine McCaughrean ISBN 9780802852625

     Black Ships Before Troy by Rosemary Sutcliff  ISBN 9780553494839

     Men of Iron by Howard Pyle  ISBN-13: 978-1515363866

     In the Reign of Terror: French Revolution by GA Henty  ISBN 978-0486466040

     Commodore Perry in the Land of the Shogun by Rhoda Blumberg  ISBN 978-0060086251

     Breaking Stalin's Nose by Eugene Yelchin  ISBN 978-1250034106

     Bomb:  The race to build and steal the world's most dangerous weapon by Steve

                 Sheinkin ISBN 978-1250050649

  • 3 ring binder, paper

Life Science                   

  • Exploring the World of Biology - John Hudson Tiner - 9780890515525

  • Exploring the World of Biology Student Supplemental Questions - 9781615384877

  • Handbook of Nature Study - Anna Botsford Comstock - 9780801493843 (free version available here)

  • The Usborne Complete Book of the Microscope - 9780794515584

  • 3 ring binder, paper

  • Note: There will be many labs with this class. I am not sure of the lab supply fee yet but
    it will not be due until after the class starts.

Earth Science

  • Students will need a three-ring notebook with pockets, pencils, and paper.

  • Also, those completing a science fair project will need materials to complete the project and a display board. 

  • Lab supply fee is $20 and should be given directly to the instructor

  • Textbook that might useful as a reference is Earth Science published by Holt ISBN 0-03-073543-2 copyright 2006.  Required if taking the class for high school credit. Cost is about $5.

 

Physical Science

  • Students will need a three-ring notebook with pockets, pencils, and paper.

  • Also, those completing a science fair project will need materials to complete the project and a display board. 

  • Lab supply fee is $20 and should be given directly to the instructor

  • Textbook that might useful as a reference is Physical Science published by Holt ISBN 9780030462283 copyright 2007. Currently free 2005 version download at https://sms.ecboe.org/UserFiles/Servers/Server_26380/File/Stone/8th%20Grade%20Physical%20Science.pdf   Required if taking the class for high school credit. Cost is about $10.

General Science

  • Exploring The Building Blocks of Science Lab Notebook - Book 7   **ISBN 9781941181188

  • Exploring The Building Blocks of Science Student text Book 7   **ISBN Hardcover - 9781941181164   ISBN Softcover - 9781941181171

  • Folder and notebook/paper

Pre-Algebra

  • Homework Practice Workbook - ISBN-13: 978-0078907401; ISBN-10: 0078907403

Algebra 1

  • Homework Practice Workbook - ISBN-13: 978-0076602919 ; ISBN-10: 0076602915

First Form Latin

  • Text: First Form Latin by Cheryl Lowe. Please purchase student text and workbook.  Answer key will be provided by the teacher

  • D'Aulaires' Book of Greek Myths

  • Famous Men of Rome

  • Supplies: pencils!

  • Students will need a Quizlet account.  This is a free online flashcard program that will be utilized on a weekly basis

 

Beginning Spanish

  • Materials needed: regular composition notebook, pencils, glue stick, scissors

Logic I: Introduction to Informal Logic and Logical Thinking

  • The Fallacy Detective: Thirty-Eight Lessons on How to Recognize Bad Reasoning by Nathaniel Bluedorn and Hans Bluedorn,  ISBN-10: 097453157X, ISBN-13: 978-097453157

  • Students will need a 3 ring binder

 

Logic II: Introduction to Formal Logic

  • In lieu of text, please bring $5 to the first day of class for a print fee

  • Students will need a 3 ring binder

Geography

  • Students will need a 2" binder with 8 dividers

  • $10 supply fee per student 

Middle School Art - Master Study

  • $15 to cover the cost of general art supplies

  • 9X6 blank sketchbook for student notes and art

  • Students will also be asked to bring in some random home items though out the course!

Intro to Computers

  • Hardware: Laptop (possibly large tablet with keyboard), mouse, and charging cable (if battery runs down)

  • Software:  Primary- Microsoft Office (Office 2019, Office 2016, or Office 2013 which includes MS Word, MS Powerpoint, MS Excel)

      Secondary- Google G-Suite apps (Google Docs, Google Presentations, Gmail, Google Contacts, and              Google Calendar), Adobe Acrobat Reader. Microsoft Publisher (or Word as alternative)

 

Life Skills

  • Students will need a binder, notebook paper, and a pencil

  • Please bring $25 on the first day of class for a supply fee

National History Day Competition

  • Students will need a 1" binder and spiral notebook

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