If you think classical education and delight-directed learning aren’t mutually exclusive…
If you believe memory work is valuable, but lists of facts seem boring…
If you want a true, good, and beautiful education, but don’t want to squeeze into a one-size-fits-all model or externally-imposed schedule…
Take a different approach to memory work.
What is included in this Middle Ages Memory Work Resource Pack?
This memory work resource pack includes the following selections:
- The Nicene Creed
- “Caedmon’s Hymn”
- “St. Patrick’s Breastplate”
- “Be Thou My Vision”
- “King Alfred’s War Song”
- “Beowulf” (Intro), Anonymous
- English Monarchs after the Conquest
- “Prologue to the Canterbury Tales”, Geoffrey Chaucer
- “Scots Wha Hae”, Robert Burns
- “The Lady of Shalott”, Alfred, Lord Tennyson
Each selection can be printed out for group reading/recitation. Each selection is preceded by a brief introduction to set the memory work in context and to give you suggestions for future study. Use your own discernment to determine which suggestions are appropriate for the ages in your home.
These selections can be read, studied, recited, and/or memorized in any order. Pick and choose the memory work options that work best for your own family. Enjoy your Middle Ages memory work during morning time, or as part of your history studies.
If you enjoy this memory work resource, you may also enjoy my Thanksgiving Morning Time Resource Pack as well as Memory Work Resource Pack Vol. 1: Ecumenical Creeds.