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This Christian Heritage teacher guide contains homeschool materials for use with For You They Signed.
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Features: Each suggested weekly schedule has three to four easy-to-manage lessons which combine reading, worksheets, and vocabulary-building opportunities. Designed to allow your student to be independent, materials in this resource are divided by section so you can remove quizzes, tests, and answer keys before beginning the coursework. As always, you are encouraged to adjust the schedule and materials needed to in order to best work within your educational program.
Workflow: Students will read the pages in their book and then complete each section of the study guide worksheets. Tests are given at regular intervals with space to record each grade. Younger students may be given the option of taking open book tests.
Lesson Scheduling: Space is given for assignment dates. There is flexibility in scheduling. For example, the parent may opt for a M-W schedule rather than a M, W, F schedule. Each week listed has five days but due to vacations the school work week may not be M-F. Simply adapt the days to your school schedule. As the student completes each assignment, he/she should put an “X” in the box.
This is the suggested course sequence that allows one core area of science to be studied per semester. You can change the sequence of the semesters per the needs or interests of your student; materials for each semester are independent of one another to allow flexibility.
This Christian Heritage study is focused on the historical events and people surrounding the Declaration of Independence. The early Founding Fathers of the United States of America were men of principle, who debated important points of government, liberty, and the rights of all men. Their work and sacrifice created an enduring legacy that led to some of the most influential documents in history, like the Constitution of the United States of America.
In this study, you will have an opportunity to learn how the American colonists chose to respond to the increasing tyranny of the British Empire and why the course of revolution was one they took after all other efforts at relief had failed. Once their decision was made, they signed the Declaration of Independence and in doing so, carved out a remarkable and powerful recitation about the rights of individuals which come from God Himself. In the accounts of their life before and following their signing of the Declaration, you will discover the immediate impact of this document on the fledgling nation and the families of those who stood boldly for the cause of freedom. (We encourage students to get copies of their state constitutions and see how the ideas set forth in each may echo the principles and character of these 56 influential men.)