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How Does the History Odyssey Series Work?

A well-done introduction to history can fascinate students for the rest of their lives! Pandia Press' History Odyssey lesson guides will help bring young students through a year-long, comprehensive studies of literature, world geography, and history from the Ancient Times to Modern Times.

Easy-to-use lessons are arranged chronologically by region, with three "Timeline Timeouts" designed to help students synthesize the chronological events on their timeline. Lessons are designed for parents to guide students through the study, and include checkboxes for the day's reading, assignments, and activities, which rely on separate resources and books.

Level 1 guides are designed for students in grades 1-4 (except for The Modern Times Level 1 which is for grades 3-6), who are in the classical "grammar" stage of education. Full of engaging activities that tell history as an exciting story, Level 1 utilizes many activities that provide a hands-on experience through craft projects, art projects, cooking, and coloring. A keepsake book final project is also included.

Level 2 guides are designed for students in grades 7-9, who are in the classical "logic" stage of education. In level two, students learn information organization, literary analysis, research skills, and writing skills through reading some of the greatest historical literature for each time period. Level two also teaches advanced outlining and summarizing skills, how to write a biography, research skills, beginning literary analysis, critical thinking and analytical skills. The end of the guide includes all the necessary historical blackline-master maps.

Level 3 guides are designed for students grades 9 & up, who are in the classical "rhetoric" stage of education. Level three guides are designed to be rigorous independent study courses that present original writings and classic works by masters such as Plato, Homer, and Shakespeare. The step by step lessons in each course guide students in tackling rewarding literature, writing persuasive arguments, forming a thesis, and creating research papers. Level three study guides contain numerous writing and research assignments and prepare students for college entrance.

Level 2, Grades 5-9

  1. History Odyssey: Ancients, Level Two Grades 5-9
    History Odyssey: Ancients, Level Two Grades 5-9
    Kathleen Johnson
    Pandia Press / Other
    $43.49 Retail: $55.99 Save 22% ($12.50)
    Availability: In Stock
    Stock No: WW605724

History is the grand, old story of people---so much more than dates and places! Pandia Press' History Guides will help homeschoolers through a year-long, comprehensive study of literature, historical events, and geography of the Ancient Times.

Easy-to-use lessons are arranged chronologically by region, with three "Timeline Timeouts" designed to help students synthesize the chronological events on their timeline. Lessons are written for students to use independently, and include checkboxes for the day's reading, assignments, and what to mark on the timeline. Writing assignments, map work, and a variety of activities on the first civilizations, Mesopotamia, Egypt, Ancient Africa, Assyria, Babylon, China, Phoenicia, India, Persia, Greece, Rome, and other countries are included.

This Level 2 guide is designed for students grades 7-9, who are in the classical "logic" stage of education. In level two, students learn information organization, literary analysis, research skills, and writing skills through reading some of the greatest historical literature for each time period. Level two also teaches outlining, timeline analysis, geography, and critical thinking. The end of the guide includes all the necessary Timeline Timeout Worksheets, Timeline Analysis Worksheets, Map of Thera's long journey, and blackline maps of ancient history.

101 guide pages plus reproducibles. Loose-leaf pages with cover sheet. Reproducible for home use only. Grades 7-9.

  1. History Odyssey: Middle Ages, Level Two Grades 5-9
    History Odyssey: Middle Ages, Level Two Grades 5-9
    Kathleen Johnson
    Pandia Press / Other
    $43.49 Retail: $55.99 Save 22% ($12.50)
    Availability: In Stock
    Stock No: WW660574

History is the grand, old story of people---so much more than dates and places! Pandia Press' History Guides will help homeschoolers through a year-long, comprehensive study of literature, world geography, and the history of the Middle Ages.

Easy-to-use lessons are arranged chronologically by region, with three "Timeline Timeouts" designed to help students synthesize the chronological events on their timeline. Lessons are written for students to use independently, and include checkboxes for the day's reading, assignments, and what to mark on the timeline. Topics and people covered include monasticism, knighthood, chivalry, feudalism, the Holy Roman Empire, the Crusades, Henry of Anjou, the Byzantine Empire, Russia, the Ottoman Empire, the Ming Dynasty, Songhay, the Renaissance, Tudor English, the Conquistadors, and others.

This Level 2 guide is designed for students in grades 7-9, who are in the classical "logic" stage of education. In level two, students learn information organization, literary analysis, research skills, and writing skills through reading some of the greatest historical literature for each time period. Level two also teaches advanced outlining and summarizing skills, how to write a biography, research skills, beginning literary analysis, critical thinking and analytical skills. The end of the guide includes all the necessary historical blackline maps.

113 lessons plus 29 reproducible maps. Loose-leaf pages with cover sheet. Reproducible for home use only. Grades 7-9.

  1. History Odyssey: Early Modern Times, Level Two Grade 5-9
    History Odyssey: Early Modern Times, Level Two Grade 5-9
    Kathleen Johnson
    Pandia Press / Other
    $43.49 Retail: $55.99 Save 22% ($12.50)
    Availability: In Stock
    Stock No: WW605744

History is the grand, old story of people---so much more than dates and places! Pandia Press' History Guides will help homeschoolers through a year-long, comprehensive study of literature, world geography, and the history of the Early Modern Times 1660-1850.

Easy-to-use lessons are arranged chronologically by region, with three "Timeline Timeouts" designed to help students synthesize the chronological events on their timeline. Lessons are written for students to use independently, and include checkboxes for the day's reading, assignments, and what to mark on the timeline. Topics and people covered include Europe & the Stuarts, Louis XIV, the Age of Reason, the Pilgrims, African States, mercantilism and trade, Peter the Great, Thomas Paine, the Seven Years War, Australia and New Zealand, Lewis & Clark, and more.

This Level 2 guide is designed for students in grades 7-9, who are in the classical "logic" stage of education. In level two, students learn information organization, literary analysis, research skills, and writing skills through reading some of the greatest historical literature for each time period. Level two also teaches advanced outlining and summarizing skills, how to write a biography, research skills, beginning literary analysis, critical thinking and analytical skills. The end of the guide includes all the necessary historical blackline maps.

89 lessons plus 21 reproducible maps. Loose-leaf pages with cover sheet. Reproducible for home use only. Grades 7-9.

Grades 7-9

  1. History Odyssey: Modern Times, Level Two Grades 7-9
    History Odyssey: Modern Times, Level Two Grades 7-9
    Kathleen Johnson
    Pandia Press / Other
    $43.49 Retail: $55.99 Save 22% ($12.50)
    Availability: In Stock
    Stock No: WW605740

History is the grand, old story of people---so much more than dates and places! Pandia Press' History Guides will help homeschoolers through a year-long, comprehensive study of literature, world geography, and the history of the Modern Times 1850-21st century.

Easy-to-use lessons are arranged chronologically by region, with three "Timeline Timeouts" designed to help students synthesize the chronological events on their timeline. Lessons are written for students to use independently, and include checkboxes for the day's reading, assignments, and what to mark on the timeline. Topics and people covered include the British Empire, Japan, nationalism, the birth of Italy, the unification of Germany, Manifest Destiny, Civil Rights, and more.

This Level 2 guide is designed for students in grades 7-9, who are in the classical "logic" stage of education. In level two, students learn information organization, literary analysis, research skills, and writing skills through reading some of the greatest historical literature for each time period. Level two also teaches advanced outlining and summarizing skills, how to write a biography, research skills, beginning literary analysis, critical thinking and analytical skills. The end of the guide includes all the necessary historical blackline maps. A final timeline project a "timeline analysis" helps students analyze events occurring simultaneously.

99 lessons plus reproducible maps. Loose-leaf pages with cover sheet. Reproducible for home use only. Grades 7-9. Following a 1-2 hours/3 days a week schedule will cover 1 year of lessons.

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