High School History and Literature Series Supporting Links Medieval World

Supporting Links are provided as a starting place for internet research. Use of links is optional and up to the discretion of the course facilitator, but are intended to broaden research or increase options when print materials are unavailable. Keep in mind that these sites are not hosted by or affiliated with Creek Edge Press. Use discretion when opening links and let us know if you find any that are broken or misdirecting

Year Two Links

History: 

Encyclopedia Britannica  This site is worth your time and purchase. Use the search function to explore each week’s topic, find historical articles, primary sources, and links to further study. Be sure your search is within the Scholar section.

National Geographic

Literature: 

Literature

Authors

High School History and Literature Series Supporting Links Modern World

Supporting Links are provided as a starting place for internet research. Use of links is optional and up to the discretion of the course facilitator, but are intended to broaden research or increase options when print materials are unavailable. Keep in mind that these sites are not hosted by or affiliated with Creek Edge Press. Use discretion when opening links and let us know if you find any that are broken or misdirecting

Year Four Links

History: 

Encyclopedia Britannica  This site is worth your time and purchase. Use the search function to explore each week’s topic, find historical articles, primary sources, and links to further study. Be sure your search is within the Scholar section.

National Geographic

Presidents of the United States

Literature: 

Literature

Authors

Current Events: 

Current Events

Student News

High School History and Literature Series Supporting Links for Early Modern World

Supporting Links are provided as a starting place for internet research. Use of links is optional and up to the discretion of the course facilitator, but are intended to broaden research or increase options when print materials are unavailable. Keep in mind that these sites are not hosted by or affiliated with Creek Edge Press. Use discretion when opening links and let us know if you find any that are broken or misdirecting

Year Three General Links

History: 

Encyclopedia Britannica  This site is worth your time and purchase. Use the search function to explore each week’s topic, find historical articles, primary sources, and links to further study. Be sure your search is within the Scholar section.

National Geographic

Presidents of the United States

Literature: 

Literature

Authors

Week One:
History
Elizabethan

Elizabethan Music

Literature
Sonnets

Shakespeare

Week Two:

Elizabethan

Week Three:

Peace of Westphalia

Week Four:

John Bunyan

Week Five:

Explore documents here

Rape of the Lock

Week Six:

Explore documents on the Quing Emperors 

Donne

Dryden

Week Seven:

Fine Arts 

Documents

Literature

Week Eight:
Government documents

Week Nine:
English Civil War

Documentary 

Week 10:
Primary source documents

Primary source documents

Spirituals

Week 11:

Versailles

Faust

Week 12:
Fine Arts

Ivan

Peter the Great

Week 13:
Treaty of Paris

Jane Austen

Week 14:

South Seas Voyages

Historical Maps

Cultural Atlases

Indigenous

Week 15:
Scientific Revolution 

Philosophy

Leibniz

Week 16:
Baron de Montesquieu, The Spirit of Laws

John Locke – Two Treatises of Government

Philosophy

Bronte

Week 17:

The Declaration of Independence, Thomas Jefferson

Common Sense, Thomas Paine

Locke 

Week 18:
Hume

Articles of Confederation

Constitution of the United States

Alien and Sedition Acts

Week 19:

Declaration of the Rights of Man

Philosophy

The French Revolution 

Thoreau

Week 20:

Pascal

Cotton Gin

Industrial Revolution Primary Sources

Emerson

Week 21:
Napoleonic Code

Charles Dickens

Week 22:

Missouri Compromise 

Monroe Doctrine

Marshall Court 

Week 23:
Kant 

Week 24:
Colonial Africa

Week 25:
British Empire

Week 26:

Week 27:
Dawes Act

Trail of Tears

Week 28:
Slavery Abolition Act 1833

Fugitive Slave Act of 1850

Fichte

Week 29:
http://www.waltwhitman.org/

Wk. 30:

Home Rule

Charles Darwin 

Hardy

Wk. 31:
Secession and the Confederacy
http://avalon.law.yale.edu/subject_menus/csapage.asp
http://avalon.law.yale.edu/19th_century/csa_csa.asp

Music: Civil War Music of the North and South

Primary Sources Lincoln

Primary Sources Civil War

Wk. 32:

Emancipation Proclamation  *Be sure to note additional resources at the bottom of the page.

Appomattox

Hawthorne

Wk. 33:

Plessy v. Ferguson

Mark Twain

Wk. 34:

72 Resolutions

British North America Act

Lucy M. Montgomery 

Emily Dickinson

Robert Burns

Wk. 35:

Captains of Industry

Industrial Age

Wk. 36:

Gilded Age

Belle Epoque

High School History and Literature Series Supporting Links for Ancient World

Supporting Links are provided as a starting place for internet research. Use of links is optional and up to the discretion of the course facilitator, but are intended to broaden research or increase options when print materials are unavailable. Keep in mind that these sites are not hosted by or affiliated with Creek Edge Press. Use discretion when opening links and let us know if you find any that are broken or misdirecting

Year One General Links

History: 

Encyclopedia Britannica  This site is worth your time and purchase. Use the search function to explore each week’s topic, find historical articles, primary sources, and links to further study. Be sure your search is within the Scholar section.

National Geographic

Literature: 

Literature

Holman Bible Atlas

Ancient History Encyclopedia

Literature 

Ancient Literature

Plutarch

Week One

Human Origins

Radiocarbon Dating

Creation Perspectives

Origins of the Hebrew Bible

Flood Legends

Haydn’s Creation

Week Two

Stone Age

Hunter Gathering Societies

Stone Age Language

Cro Magnon

Prehistoric Art

Cave Painting Video 

Flood Story

Gilgamesh

Flood Tablet

Week Three

Ancient Mesopotamia

Week Four

The Rise of Cities

Week Five

Cuneiform Law 

Code of Nammu 

Mesopotamian Mythology

Week Six

Code of Hammurabi 

Hittite Law 

Week Seven

Old Kingdom Pharaohs 

Pyramid Songs

Week Eight

Egyption Mythology

Week Nine

Egyptian Book of the Dead

Week Ten

Mohenjo Daro

Ancient Indian Art

Week Eleven

Ancient Phoenicians

Phoenician Art 

Week Twelve

Abraham

Week Thirteen
Moses

Week Fourteen

Hebrew Bible 

Week Fifteen
Art 

Zoroastrianism

Week Sixteen
Week Seventeen

Celtic Mythology

Week 18

Ancient Chinese Buddha Heads

Japanese Mythology

Week 19

Greek Drama

Week 20

Mayan Mythology

Ancient Americans

Week 21

Thales

Sophocles

Sophocles

Week 22

Trojan War  

Sophocles

Wk. 23

Plutarch

Why Plutarch?

Plutarch

Wk. 24
Trojan War

Spartans

Spartan Military

Wk. 25

Athens

Socrates

Wk. 26

Greco-Persian Wars

Plato

Herodotus

Literature Analysis

Wk. 27

Peloponnesian War

Aristotle

Wk. 28
Alexander the Great

Macedonia

Ancient Greek Mythology

Wk. 29
Founding of Rome

Etruscans

Wk. 30

Punic Wars

Cicero

On the Nature of the Gods

Gallic Wars

Wk. 31

Ancient Romans

Roman Education

Roman Feast

Roman Mythology

Epictetus

Plato

Ovid

Wk. 32
Roman Mythology

Lucretius

Colosseum

Roman Architecture

Pompeii

Wk. 33

Parables

Passion of Christ

Julia Domna

Early Church

Athanasius

Wk. 34

Marcus Aurelius

Early Church

Paul

Wk. 35
Augustine

First Century Church

Tacitus

Wk. 36
Flavius Josephus

 

Famous Composers Supporting Links

Supporting Links are provided as a starting place for internet research. Use of links is optional and up to the discretion of the course facilitator, but are intended to broaden research or increase options when print materials are unavailable. Keep in mind that these sites are not hosted by or affiliated with Creek Edge Press. Use discretion when opening links and let us know if you find any that are broken or misdirecting

Famous Composers Task Card Set III Links for Research and Exploration:

1 – Hildegard of Bingen
2 – Guillaume de Machaut
3 – Josquin de Prez
4 – Giovanni Palestrina
5 – Orlande de Lassus
6 – Thomas Tallis
7 – William Byrd
8 – Carlo Gesualdo
9 – Claudio Monteverdi
10 – Heirich Schutz
11 – Jean Baptiste Lully
12 – Arangelo Corelli
13 – Henry Purcell
14 – Antonio Vivaldi
15 – Johann Pachalbel
16 – Dietrich Buxtehude
17 – Johann Sebastian Bach
18 – Georg Frederic Handel
19 – Joseph Haydn
20 – Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
21 – Ludwig van Beethoven
22 – Franz Schubert
23 – Niccolo Paganini
24 – Felix Mendelssohn
25 – Frederic Chopin
26 – Pyotr Illyich Tcaikovsky
27 – Johannes Brahams
28 – Richard Wagner
29 – Richard Strauss
30 – Claude Debussy
31 – George Gershwin
32 – Samuel Barber
33 – Igor Stravinsky
34 – Sergei Prokofiev
35 – Paul Hindemith
36 – Benjamin Britten

Additional Composers:

Sait-Saens

Mahler

Elgar

General Links for Researching Terms, Symbols, and Listening Objectives: 

Music Theory

Music Websites for Kids

Brittanica Kids (Younger Grammar) 

Brittanica Students (Older Grammar and Dialectic)

Brittanica Students (Rhetoric)

General Search 

Music History Survey Supporting Links

Supporting Links are provided as a starting place for internet research. Use of links is optional and up to the discretion of the course facilitator, but are intended to broaden research or increase options when print materials are unavailable. Keep in mind that these sites are not hosted by or affiliated with Creek Edge Press. Use discretion when opening links and let us know if you find any that are broken or misdirecting

Music History Survey Task Card Set II Links for Research and Exploration:

1 – Music in Ancient Times
2 – Medieval Music – Gregorian Chant, Plainsong
3 – Medieval Music – Polyphony, Sacredand Secular Music
4 – Medieval Music – Minstrels and Troubadours
5 –Instruments in the Middle Ages
6 – Early Notation
7 – Renaissance – Court Music, Chansons, Madrigal
8 – Music of the Reformation – Hymns, Chorales
9 – Music of the Counter Reformation
10 – History of String Instruments
11 – History of Reed Instruments
12 – History of the Horn
13 – History of Keyboard Instruments
14 – History of the Drum
15 – Early Orchestras
16 – Baroque Orchestra
17 –Concerto Grosso
18 – Basso Continuo
19 – Baroque Opera
20 – Oratorio – Recitative and Aria, Chorus
21 – Baroque Suites
22 – Baroque Organ Music
23 – Baroque Violin Music
24  and 28 Classical Orchestra and Symphonies of the Classical Period
25 – String Quartet
26 – Concerto
27 – Sonata
28 – Symphonies of the Classical Period
29 – Opera during the Classical Period
30 – Symphonic Development
31 – Romantic Period – Waltz, Lieder, Art Songs
32 – Symphonic Poems
33 – Romantic Symphonies
34 – Grand Opera
35 – Nationalism and Music – United Kingdom, United StatesFinland, Norway, Germany
36 – Military Music and Bands
37 –Modern Music

Introduction to Music Supporting Links

Supporting Links are provided as a starting place for internet research. Use of links is optional and up to the discretion of the course facilitator, but are intended to broaden research or increase options when print materials are unavailable. Keep in mind that these sites are not hosted by or affiliated with Creek Edge Press. Use discretion when opening links and let us know if you find any that are broken or misdirecting.

Introduction to Music Task Card Set I Links for Research and Exploration:

Cards 1 – 6 Elements of Music

Elements of Music for Younger Grammar Stage Students

Elements of Music for Older Grammar Stage and Dialectic Students

Elements of Music for Rhetoric Age Students

Card 7 – Instrumentation

Card 8 –  Orchestral Music

Card 9 – Vocal Production

10 – Vocal Music

11 – Opera (Click on individual opera and scroll down to hear samples)

12 – Music and Dance

13 – Blues, Spirituals, Swing, and Jazz

14 – Popular Music, Rock and Roll, Musicals

15 – Global Music: Middle East and Africa

16 – Global Music: China and Japan

17 – Global Music: India and Indonesia

18 – Global Music: Latin America

19 – Global Music: American and European Folk Songs

20 – Young Artists

21 – Music Profession

Art History Supporting Links

Supporting Links are provided as a starting place for internet research. Use of links is optional and up to the discretion of the course facilitator, but are intended to broaden research or increase options when print materials are unavailable. Keep in mind that these sites are not hosted by or affiliated with Creek Edge Press. Use discretion when opening links and let us know if you find any that are broken or misdirecting.

Art History Survey Task Card Set II Links for Research and Exploration: 

Three-Part Art History Timeline Cards

Art History Worksheets

Western Art Timeline 1

Western Art Timeline 2

Visual Elements of Art

1 – Cave Paintings
2 – Prehistoric Art
3 – Ancient Egyptian Art
4 – Ancient Indian Art
5 – Minoan Art and Mycenaean Art
6 – Ancient Greek Art
7 – Ancient Roman Art
8 – Early Christian Art
9 – Byzantine Art
10 – Gothic Art
11 – Italian Renaissance 
12 – Northern Renaissance
13 – Mannerism
14 – Northern Landscape
15 –Italian Catholic Art
16 – Flemish Baroque Art
17 – Spanish Baroque Art
18 – Golden Age of Dutch Painting
19 – Rococo
21 – Neo-Classicism
22 – Romantic Art
23 – Pre-Raphaelites
24 – Realism
25 and 26 – Impressionism
27 – Post Impressionism, Pointilism
28 – Fauvism
29 – Expressionism
30 – Cubism
31 – Abstract Expressionism
32 – Minimalism
33 – Pop Art

Famous Artists Supporting Links

Supporting Links are provided as a starting place for internet research. Use of links is optional and up to the discretion of the course facilitator, but are intended to broaden research or increase options when print materials are unavailable. Keep in mind that these sites are not hosted by or affiliated with Creek Edge Press. Use discretion when opening links and let us know if you find any that are broken or misdirecting.

Featured Artists Task Card Set III Links for Research and Exploration: 

Charlotte Mason Approach to Art Study 

Who’s Who? Tate Museum 

30 Great Artists and Art for Kids

Art History for Kids Guides 

1 – Donatello
2 – Giovanni Bellini
3 – Titian
4 – Leonardo da Vinci, Leonardo da Vinci
5 – Michelangelo, Michelangelo
6 – Raphael
7 – Albrecht Durer
8 – Hans Holbein (the Younger)
9 – Giovanni Lorenzo Bernini
10 – Rembrandt van Rijn, Rembrandt
11 – Peter Paul Rubens
12 – Johannes Vermeer
13 – Jean-Antoine Watteau
14 – Francisco Goya
15 – Edouard Manet
16 – Edgar Degas
17 – Claude Monet
18 – Pierre-Auguste Renoir
19 – Vincent Van Gogh
20 – Georges Seurat
21- Henri Matisse
22 – Wassily Kandinsky
23 – Marc Chagal
24 – Pablo Picasso

Introduction to Art Supporting Links

Supporting Links are provided as a starting place for internet research. Use of links is optional and up to the discretion of the course facilitator, but are intended to broaden research or increase options when print materials are unavailable. Keep in mind that these sites are not hosted by or affiliated with Creek Edge Press. Use discretion when opening links and let us know if you find any that are broken or misdirecting.

Introduction to Art Task Card Set I Links for Research and Exploration:

Task Cards 1-12

Art Lessons

Visual Elements of Art

Art Worksheets

Painting for Early Grammar Students

Painting for Upper Grammar and Dialectic Students

Painting for Rhetoric Students

Task Cards 13-18

Sculpture for Early Grammar Students

Sculpture for Upper Grammar and Dialectic Students

Sculpture for Rhetoric Students

Task Card 19 – Engraving

Task Card 20 – Printmaking

Task Card 21 –

Metal Work for Grammar and Dialectic Students

Metal Work for Rhetoric Students 

Task Cards 22 – 27

Architecture for Younger Grammar Students

Architecture for Upper Grammar and Dialectic Students

Architecture for Rhetoric Students

Task Card 23 – Ishtar Gate

Task Card 24 – Egyptian Pyramids

Task Card 25 – Pantheon

Task Card 26 – Cathedral

Task Card 27 – Sydney Opera House

Task Card 28 –

Photography for Lower Grammar Students

Photography for Upper Grammar and Dialectic Students

Photography for Rhetoric Students

Images from The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Task Card 29 –

Film for Lower Grammar Students

Film for Upper Grammar and Dialectic Students

Film for Rhetoric Students

Task Card 31 –Fashion and Interior Design

Task Card 32 – Careers in Art