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Previous version replaced by new English and Science courses introduced January 2018 and new World History course May 2019.
Oak Meadow 7th Grade English, World History, and Science (all in one book) Teacher Manual
Previous version replaced by new English course introduced January 2018
The Language Arts curriculum emphasizes composition skills and helps students express themselves clearly and creatively in writing.
Previous version replaced by new Science course introduced January 2018
Students make observations and perform experiments in astronomy, geology, meteorology, matter, and energy.
Previously assigned as part of the Oak Meadow Seventh Grade English curriculum (replaced with new course 12/2017).
Previous version (digital only) of our 8th grade Teacher Manual, replaced by new courses introduced in July 2018
Evaluation keys and guidance across all subject areas
Previously assigned as part of the Oak Meadow Eighth Grade English curriculum (replaced with new course 7/2018).
Previously assigned as part of the Oak Meadow Eighth Grade English curriculum (course replaced 7/2018).
Previous Version (1.5 credit) of the course removed from the shelves 12/31/18. New version of Biology is a 1 credit course.
This comprehensive lab course includes a wide variety of lab experiments and hands-on activities while emphasizing skills in scientific inquiry, verbal and written communication, and scientific argumentation.
Previous Version of Oak Meadow's World History Course Syllabus. Replaced by our textbook independent coursebook in 2017. No Teacher Manual is available
Previously used in our Women's Literature course for enrolled students only. The book list for that course has been revised and is now available in print for independent users, see the High School English page, item # C110100
At the end of the world, a woman must hide her secret power and find her kidnapped daughter in this "intricate and extraordinary" Hugo Award winning novel of power, oppression, and revolution. (The New York Times)
Previously used in our American Literature: Natives, Naturalists, Immigrants and Settlers course for enrolled students only. The book list was revised
The masterpiece of Steinbeck’s later years, East of Eden is a sprawling epic in which Steinbeck created his most mesmerizing characters and explored his most enduring themes: the mystery of identity, the inexplicability of love, and the murderous consequences of love’s absence.