Early American and World History for Junior High (old)

Early American and World History for Junior High (old)

A Literature Approach

by Rea Berg, Rebecca Manor
©2000, Item: 2516
Comb bound, 96 pages
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Designed specifically for Junior High students, this daily lesson plan will instruct your student in a thoughtful and enjoyable manner. Packed with award winning literature, this course will offer, along with early American historical events, a picture of the world—religious, cultural, social, political, scientific and economic—covering a span of time from the 1400's to 1865. From discovery and exploration, Renaissance and Reformation, colonialism and revolution, republics and democracies, the emergence of a new world with new ways of thinking will be discovered through some of the finest children's literature available. This is a one-year course with teacher notes included. It also can be done as a read-aloud for those parents who don't want to miss out!

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  Early American and World History For Junior High
Lynette Isaak of Oregon, 10/16/2008
Though I would not pick up a text on Columbus unless I had a child with an avid interest, this guide makes it easy to utilize this text and glean the best from it. In a very readable style, it can be read aloud or by your independent student. The study questions cover important subjects, deleting the fluff. There is video support and answers to all questions included in the back. Even if you don't like history, you will find this study excellent and pain-free.