Outline: Fall 2016, The Enlightenment

Greetings Fellow Homeschoolers!

Hope your summer has been fun and relaxing!  Beginning next week , I will be posting history lesson plans on the “The Enlightenment”.  The lessons will be similar in format to lessons you’ve already seen and used from this“U Read Thru History” site.  Each week readings will be suggested for different grade levels, discussion questions will be listed, and activities will be suggested per grade level.  I hope and pray these lessons will be a blessing to you and your family!

Following is the outline for The Enlightenment Unit Study:

Fall 2016 (World History)

The Enlightenment Unit Study

  • Week 1: Enlightenment Thinkers & Scientific Revolution
  • Week 2: Galileo
  • Week 3: Sir Isaac Newton
  • Week 4: Peter the Great
  • Week 5: King Louis XIV (of France)
  • Week 6: Mozart
  • Week 7: King Louis XVI, Marie Antoinette, & the French Revolution
  • Week 8: Advances in Flight
  • Week 9: Napoleon
  • Week 10: The Rosetta Stone
  • Week 11: Beethoven
  • Week 12: Great Literature: Hans Christian Andersen
  • Week 13: Great Literature: The Brothers’ Grimm
  • Week 14: Faraday & Watt
  • Week 15: The Industrial Revolution
  • Week 16: Louis Braille
  • Week 17: Test: The Enlightenment Unit Study

If you have any questions about these History Lesson Plans, please feel free to email me.  My email is gwen.silverliningpress@juno.com.  If you’ve found great resources that might be a help to others using this curriculum, please feel free to write messages on the comments section of each post for others to see.  Thanks!  – Gwen


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