Omnibus V Secondary
Omnibus V Secondary includes works from and about the medieval world and other important works. Discussions will direct students to look at ideas from a biblical worldview. Diploma students completing the course will be given a credit in English: World Medieval Literature II. Diploma students completing the Omnibus V Primary and the Omnibus V Secondary courses during the same year will be given three credits for the two courses, one each in History: World Medieval History II, English: World Medieval Literature II, and Religion: Doctrine and Theology V. Omnibus V courses are recommended for 10th-12th grade students. This course is eligible for dual enrollment credit when both Primary and Secondary courses are taken in a 12-month period. Homework will average 8 - 10 hours per week, depending on reading speed.
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Minimum age of 14 on the first day of class.
Omnibus V Secondary Summer Course Kit (003611) Omnibus V Text w/Teacher CD-ROM (000945)* Saga of the Volsungs (102021) Koran (435583) Idylls of the King (435520) A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court (435275) St. Thomas Aquinas and St. Francis of Assisi (297210) The Great Divorce (370060) The Decameron (435290) A Distant Mirror (305250) Travels of Marco Polo (435889) Othello (420283) Here I Stand (392020) Heidelberg Catechism (460045) George Herbert: Complete English Poems (435265) Don Quixote (435310) Tartuffe (435888)
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