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Our History, HIS-Story: Using Literature to Weave the African-American Presence into the Early Fabric of American History, 1866-present, Primary Level Volume 2Belinda J. BullardA Blessed Heritage Educational Resources / Other$9.24 Retail:
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There's more to American history than the standard highlights, and there's more to African-American history than George Washington Carver and Rosa Parks. Dig deeper into the past and find a richer, broader, and more accurate view of the whole of the American story with the Our History, HIS-Story curriculum.
Designed using the Charlotte Mason approach, this homeschool curriculum will fill a vital gap in e lementary-aged students' knowledge of American history, and will provide African-American children with a sense of who they are spiritually and historically. Based around a suggested reading list, this is a flexible curriculum that could easily serve as a launching pad for a timeline or notebooking-based course.
A list of suggested books and other needed resources is provided at the beginning of the guide, along with a suggested reading plan (with page numbers) for a 4-day/week schedule.
Units clearly identify the time period or event being studied, and list:
- The primary learning topic
- Ideas for the unit
- Instructions on what pages to read in the appropriate books
- Activities with instructions and materials-required lists
- A shaded box with questions to think and talk about
Presenting a holistic picture of American history that includes African-Americans, Native Americans, Asian-Americans, and Latino/a people, Volume 2 units cover the years 1866-present, including the role of African-Americans in the westward expansion, American culture in the early 1900s, women and minorities using collectivism to organize and gain power, the role of African-Americans in increasing their socio-economic position, the Great Depression, the Japanese and World War II, and more.
36 pages, spiralbound paperback. Primary grades.
Nurturing Christian Character through the Black ExperienceBelinda J. BullardA Blessed Heritage Educational Resources / Other$5.28 Retail:
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Nurturing Christian Character through the Black Experience is a literature study that will give students a wide look into the history and experiences of people of African descent across the globe. Written from a thoroughly Christian perspective, learners will also be given the opportunity to explore biblical truths alongside and through the literature.
It is intended that students journal throughout the course, keeping their responses to the literature questions in a separate binder or notebook. Books are arranged chronologically, with each book's lesson including a character theme such as "endurance" or "patience," Scripture references, a prayer focus, and questions for each chapter. The included parent's guide section features the student page questions with answers, as well as an overview of the book.
Grades 6 & up. Loose-leaf printed pages. Books (sold-separately) covered in this curriculum include:
- At Her Majesty's Request by Walter Dean Myers
- I Thought my Soul Would Rise and Fly by Joyce Hansen
- The Journal of Joshua Loper by Walter Dean Myers
- Samuel Morris by Lindley Baldwin
- Warriors Don't Cry by Melba Pattillo Bates
- Tonight, By Sea by Francis Temple
- Caribbean Capers by Joan and Marco Santomenna
- The Storyteller's Beads by Jane Kurtz
- The Hundred Penny Box by Sharon Mathis
A Historical Walk through the Harlem Renaissance is a unit study that can easily be used with a notebooking or lapbook approach. Providing an entry point to one of the most fascinating periods in history, this study of the Harlem Renaissance provides an excellent supplement to comprehensive history curriculums. Integrating Bible lessons, language arts, music, art, history, and geography, this unit includes vocabulary definitions, a timeline of the Reconstruction period, informative pages to read, questions that apply the Harlem Renaissance to the Christian life, a crossword puzzle, literature-based questions, art-related learning activities, narration ideas, and more.
A list of suggested resources, including books, CDs, websites, and art, is provided at the beginning of the study.
Upper elementary-middle school grades. Loose-leaf pages.