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Lead students on a historical journey from 4004 BC (Creation) to AD 29 (Crucifixion). With creative ideas and teacher tips, this guide will help you spark your students’ discovery and exploration of the amazing events of ancient times.
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Unlike the “politically correct,” evolution-influenced history curricula used in America’s public schools, and in many Christian schools, this biblically based curriculum shows students the real history of the world! This teacher guide supplies a structure that can be easily modified for the particular needs of your students. It provides multifaceted creative ideas, teacher tips, and spiritual application to spark your students’ discovery and exploration of the amazing events of ancient times.
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In this panorama of world history, you will explore creation, the Flood, the Tower of Babel, and the rise of civilizations from Mesopotamia to Rome. You will see God’s purposes worked out through His chosen people, Israel, culminating in the birth of the Messiah, Jesus Christ.
Can we learn more about ancient cultures than what secular sources provide? Is there a perspective of history, which allows us to see God’s ongoing purpose and plan? In this exciting curriculum from Answers in Genesis, you will explore these questions, dig deeply into the best resources available, and discover world history from a truly biblical basis.
This curriculum meets the varied learning styles and perceptual modes of today’s students (visual, auditory, and kinesthetic). Young people explore history through fun and exciting exercises, plus activities that allow them to interact with and learn the material. Far from just memorizing names and dates (the standard procedure in most history classes), this fascinating curriculum by Diana Waring—one of today’s most-loved historians—captures students’ attention and results in life-long learning.