MFW is only scheduling half of the Notgrass text to be read in AHL, then finishing it the next year. So, in spreading it out over two years, that leaves you with a lot of time to "fill in", so to speak. It gives us a chance to take in some other great books along side of Notgrass to give you a rich year of just Ancients. I really like how Marie put together the Bible portion of AHL too. It is so much more than what you would get just doing Notgrass alone.Jenn in NC wrote:Looks like I am not going to be able to make it to convention this year, so I am hoping someone here can answer my (probably stupid ) question.
If AHL uses Notgrass as the spine (which in and of itself is a full year of history/lit/Bible, if I understand it right) then what is the advantage/need to add to the Notgrass set (with all the other books included in the AHL package?)
Not that I don't want ds to do all the other books! I totally trust Marie's judgment on what is necessary. Just curious what the thinking is behind the additional books.
Hope that helps answer your, not so silly question
There is probably more to it than my simple answer, but this at least explains some of it, at a surface level.