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Memoria Press' Introduction to Classical Studies provides elementary and middle-school students with an introduction to the foundations of a classical curriculum. This course revolves around the books D'Aulaires' Greek Myths, Famous Men of Rome, and The Golden Children's Bible (not-included and sold-separately).
The goals of the Bible curriculum are to familiarize children with Scripture, help them understand biblical history & geography, and to create lasting memories of the people and events of the Bible. The Greek myths will help familiarize students with universal stories that have powerfully influenced astronomy, culture, and language. Finally, they'll gain knowledge of the history of Rome from its founding to its fall.
This teacher's guide features two pages of lesson plans for each week. The first page provides the week's daily schedule with checkboxes for readings, memory work, art, and other projects if available for that week. The other page features Roman history questions (with answers) and honors work. Timeline work, Bible verse memorization, and vocabulary is also integrated.
30 units for a 30-week school year. Multiple scheduling options are discussed for families who want an alternative other than reading the three books simultaneously. 90 pages plus appendix with additional materials. 2nd Edition. Grades 3-8.
Introduction to Classical Studies: Teacher's Guide
By: Cheryl Lowe
Vendor: Memoria Press
Publication Date: 2013
|Weight: 11 ounces|
Stock No: WW383559
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