Unlike the “politically correct,” evolution influenced curriculum of most of today's secular and private schools, this biblically-based curricula shows students the real history of the world!
Romans, Reformers, Revolutionaries studies a tumultuous time in history when the Church explodes throughout the world, uncharted regions are explored, distant cultures are united, and religious wars burst into flame. Technology, medicine, philosophy, and art sweep nations into bitter turmoil and proud independence. Through it all, you will see God moving behind the scenes to accomplish His purposes, inviting kings and peasants alike into His kingdom.
This curriculum pack includes:
Teacher Guide, Hardcover. 352 pages.
Student Manual, Grades 6 & up. Softcover. 315 pages.
Test Pack, Grades 6 & up.
Elementary Activity Book, Grades K–4. Softcover. 80 pages.
What in the World Volume 2, Grades 5 & up. 4 audio CDs.
True Tales Volume 2, Grades 5 & up. 3 audio CDs.
Digging Deeper Volume 2, Grades 5 & up. 3 audio CDs.
This is a one-year history curriculum designed so that all ages can participate in this exciting study of world history. It is broken down into nine units, with each unit broken into four one-week segments, called phases. Each phase covers a variety of learning methods.
* In Phase 1, the student reads the unit article and then listens to fascinating stories of history told by Diana in the What in the World is Going on Here?, True Tales, and Digging Deeper audio CDs.
* Phase 2 focuses on exploration and discovery. The student researches a topic of his or her own choosing and also learns vocabulary and constructs a timeline.
* Phase 3 focuses on the geography, arts, and sciences of the period covered. It includes making maps as well as activities in science, art, architecture, cooking, and music.
* In Phase 4 students are encouraged to express themselves in their own unique way, choosing a project that may include writing, art, music, drama, movement, conceptual design, or other areas of expression.
The teacher guide includes everything needed to make history come alive for your students (and you). Diana also gives weekly schedule suggestions that are flexible to the needs of your family or class, and she provides background information for you to stay at least one step ahead of your students.
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