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This series is geared toward middle students. The lessons in the book contain questions for each chapter.
by John Hudson Tiner
This series is geared toward middle students. The lessons in the book contain questions for each chapter. We will point to articles on our Web site to go along with the ideas in the chapter. We will also supply Scripture as often as possible to go along with the lesson. Parents should start with the Scripture lesson and should prepare themselves by reading the stated pages prior to having the student read the weekly assignment. If a child is not able to read yet, parents may wish to read the text to the student.
Note: These lessons discuss the discovery of lands and people groups previously unknown to European and Asian countries. Yet, the people in these “new” lands were descendants of Noah (and therefore, Adam), so were also in need of salvation. When God says He loves the whole world (John 3:16), this includes people groups in the newly discovered places.
Have students trace Magellan’s journey on a world map. Research the various countries where he landed (e.g. Brazil, Guam, Phillipines). Write a paper detailing the history of each country.
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