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Posts may contain affiliate links. Please read my disclosure for more information. Lesson 7 – The Gleaners Information on Millet A more thorough picture study Lesson 12, 30, 48 – Debate Debate Sheet PDF Lesson 18 – Michael Angelo MaryEllen’s writing on David Website Lesson 22 – Down To Sleep Author Bio on Helen Hunt…

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Intermediate Language Lessons Part 3, Lesson 105, Selection For Study This is an extension to the lesson in the book. Below is a video that explains where our trash goes once it leaves our homes. This lesson is a great time to discuss recycling and to begin recycling in your home if don’t already.

Intermediate Language Lessons Part 3, Lesson 105, Selection For Study This is the complete poem. Only two stanzas were shared in the lesson. The lesson is titled Neighbor Mine and was found in Town and City.   Neighbor Mine There are barrels in the hallways, Neighbor mine; Pray be mindful of them always, Neighbor mine….

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Intermediate Language Lessons Part 3, Lesson 99, Home, Sweet Home I included the instrumental of this poem which was originally a song. I also included a short bio of John Howard Payne. The exercises at the end are there as an extension to the lesson. Don’t feel like you have to use them.   HOME,…

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Intermediate Language Lessons Part 3, Lesson 96, Selection For Study   William Wordsworth Of the three famous poets whose names are linked with the beautiful Lake Country of England—Wordsworth, Coleridge and Southey—Wordsworth’s life and work especially belong to it. Most of his poems are about nature, or thoughts inspired by it. He was born, in…

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Intermediate Language Lessons, Part 3, Lesson 87 I included this short biography for those interested in learning a bit about the author of the poem, Columbus. Joaquin Miller Cincinnatus Heine Miller, better known by the pen-name of Joaquin Miller, was born in Wabash district, Indiana, November 10, 1841. His mother was a cousin of General…

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Intermediate Language Lessons Part 3, Lesson 79, Selection To Be Memorized This short biography was written while Henry Bennett was still alive, thus it reads in the present tense. Henry died on April 30, 1924.   Henry Holcomb Bennett Henry Holcomb Bennett, son of John Briscoe Henry and Eliza (McClintock) Bennett, and elder brother of…

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Intermediate Language Lessons Part 3, Lesson 79, Selection To Be Memorized The first truly American flag had its origin in the following resolution adopted by the American Congress, June 14, 1777: “Resolved, That the flag of the thirteen United States be thirteen stripes alternate red and white; that the union be thirteen stars, white in…

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Rosa Bonheur was never content to let her last picture remain the best. The great success of her “Oxen Plowing” created in her the desire to do something better. With this in mind she set to work planning her great picture “The Horse Fair,” which was destined to become the most famous horse picture known….

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