Can it be possible? The years flew by, and your student is in high school. At this time, all the information in your student’s mind will begin clicking into place; and that machine will begin churning out new, individual thoughts and ideas. Now help your student find pieces that might be missing with the Well Planned Gal’s Cultures & Ideas lesson plans cycle.
What’s Included in the Cultures & Ideas Cycle?
Cultures & Ideas lesson plans give you and your student knowledge and skills that encourage self-governed learning. This cycle of lesson plans teaches world history using living books, course books, tests, quizzes, hands-on assignments, writing, and visual aids to give a complete perspective of world history, while also processing through science, math, language arts, Bible, and fine arts. Whether your student is inclined toward written communication, projects, or visualization, Cultures & Ideas lesson plans will let them explore the world. Where will the journey take them?
Take the first steps with the Exploring World History Curriculum Package, completing the assigned reading and writing projects. Next, review where you have been with the companion Quiz and Exam book. See why Jesus is More Than a Carpenter. Grow in faith with The Imitation of Christ. Become inspired by the biographical sketches of Heroes of the Faith. Join Brother Lawrence in Practicing His Presence. Learn our Church History in Plain Language. Read tales of knights and castles in Norton Anthology of English Literature: The Middle Ages. Experience the Reformation and Proclaim Here I Stand: A Life of Martin Luther. Follow Pilgrim’s Progress in Modern English. Experience the love of a child with Silas Marner. Journey to China to discover Hudson Taylor’s Spiritual Secret. Go to Revolutionary France to hear A Tale of Two Cities. Witness Pride and Prejudice played out in Regency England. See the effects of the English Industrial Revolution in North and South. Follow Jesus In His Steps. Go with Corrie Ten Boom to The Hiding Place. Watch an American girl and a Japanese man build a Bridge to the Sun: A Memoir of Love and War. Witness what would happen with The Abolition of Man. Go to South Africa and Cry, the Beloved Country. Hear the animals talk at Animal Farm.
Varied Learning Methods
If your student prefers something more visually stimulating, look at these resources. Become an eyewitness with National Geographic Visual History of the World. Literally see the differences among Christianity, Cults, & Religions. Compare the Four Views of the End Times.
Sometimes it takes some hands-on work to solidify knowledge. See how historical events relate with Timeline Figures Resurrection to Revolution and Timeline Figures Napoleon to Now.
Independent Students, Involved Parents
With a more independent student, will you as a teacher not have a job? Of course not. Edit finished work and offer direction on change. Ensure that your student finishes assignments on time. Record grades for a transcript. Log the amount of time your student spends studying so that he or she can earn credit. Kick back and watch your student become self-sufficient with Well Planned Gal’s Cultures & Ideas lesson plans.