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Last Week of SOTW3 Logic Stage History Ch 38 and 42
The Story of the World: History for the Classical Child, Volume 3: Early Modern Times bySusan Wise Bauerwasn't meant to be used primarily in this Logic (Dialectic) stage. Maybe it was just a way to organize our year. And it worked. So, I'm thrilled. Thrilled :-) We practiced outlining and narrations that coincide with a classical education. We've read many historical fiction AND non-fiction that followed along with the table of contents in this spine. It's finished, and we have grown a year older and wiser in the process. We very much enjoy Jim Weiss's recordings as well as meeting him at the Cincinnati Great Homeschool Convention (4/2014).
We'll continue to use Story of the World for the last year of our Logic stage history studies. That, however, is 2 months away, and we aren't there yet. Enjoying our summer is the next big assignment!