This teacher's guide accompanies Diana Waring's bestselling Romans, Reformers and Revolutionaries Student Manual
. Suggestions and information is provided on learning styles, learning modalities and intelligences, including tips on how to best teach this course to your students. Each unit includes one week geared towards each learning style, as children move through audio CDs, timelines, research, hands-on activities and creative expression to gain a full-on experience with each time period. Each unit includes reduced student pages, a chart for each day's activities, spiritual emphasis' in the lesson, teacher notes, background information, scripted discussion questions, explanations of concepts presented in the curriculum, referenced readings & audio, discussion, activities, review, evaluations, research topics, timelines, vocabulary, maps, art, projects and more. 384 pages, hardcover.
During this tumultuous time of history spanning from AD 30-1799, the Church explodes throughout the world, uncharted regions are explored, distant cultures are united, and religious wars burst into flame. Through it all, students will see God moving behind the scenes to accomplish His purposes, inviting kings and peasants alike into His kingdom.
Popular convention speaker and storyteller extraordinaire Diana Waring is the author of Answers Genesiss history program History Revealed
More than just a history curriculum, each course might well serve as a unit study with its coverage of history, geography, cultures, Bible, Bible history, and the fine arts coupled with plenty of work in language arts and even some science.
Each course is presented in nine units with four, weeklong lessons or phases per unit. Each of the four phases reflects one of four learning style preferences (based on Myers Briggs learning styles).
On top of learning styles, the curriculum incorporates methods that teach to the three learning modalities: visual, auditory, and kinesthetic (movement or hands-on learning).
[This] isnt your typical program. It isnt about memorizing names, dates, and events. Rather, its about seeing the hand of God through history, the shaping of cultures and people. The emphasis is on learning in ways that engage the students interest so that they grasp the big picture and broad outlines of history.
-Cathy Duffy, Curriculum Specialist; from her full review.
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