Exploring World History Curriculum Package (Updated)

Exploring World History Curriculum Package (Updated)

Publisher: Notgrass Company
Author: Ray Notgrass
$99.95

The Curriculum Package

From Creation to the 21st century, Exploring World History presents history from the perspective of faith in God and respect for His Word. The completely revised 2014 edition offers a strong survey of Western civilization with expanded coverage of Latin America, Africa, and Asia. The hardcover books feature hundreds of full-color photographs and illustrations.

The Exploring World History Curriculum Package includes three books -

  • Part 1- Creation Through the Middle Ages (first semester)
  • Part 2- The Renaissance to the Present (second semester)
  • In Their Words- Original Documents, Speeches, Poems, and Stories from World History (assigned readings)

Exploring World History is designed to be easy-to-use for parent and student. Each of the 30 weekly units has an introduction that features a summary of the material covered, a list of lessons, Bible memory work, books required for that unit, and suggested writing assignments and hands-on projects. Each of the 150 daily lessons (five lessons per week) includes the history text and the reading assignments for that day (and those in progress). A focused student can direct his own study, and the parent can offer as much interaction as needed.

According to the publihser, completing the full course provides your child with a year's high school credit in World History, English, and Bible. Depending on how fast your child reads and how much time he spends on the unit projects, he may need an average of 2-3 hours for each daily lesson. The history credit involves reading the lessons and the original documents (and answering the questions in the optional Student Review if desired). The English credit involves completing writing assignments and reading the assigned literature. The Bible credit involves reading large portions of the Bible and completing the Bible study lesson for each unit. The unit projects offer a wide variety of activities that tie into history, English, and Bible.

The Literature

In addition to the assigned readings from In Their Words, the curriculum also assigns reading from the books included in the Exploring World History Literature Package.  Click the link for more information.  

Book Title Exploring World History Curriculum Package (Updated)
Publisher: Notgrass Company
Author Ray Notgrass

The Curriculum Package

From Creation to the 21st century, Exploring World History presents history from the perspective of faith in God and respect for His Word. The completely revised 2014 edition offers a strong survey of Western civilization with expanded coverage of Latin America, Africa, and Asia. The hardcover books feature hundreds of full-color photographs and illustrations.

The Exploring World History Curriculum Package includes three books -

  • Part 1- Creation Through the Middle Ages (first semester)
  • Part 2- The Renaissance to the Present (second semester)
  • In Their Words- Original Documents, Speeches, Poems, and Stories from World History (assigned readings)

Exploring World History is designed to be easy-to-use for parent and student. Each of the 30 weekly units has an introduction that features a summary of the material covered, a list of lessons, Bible memory work, books required for that unit, and suggested writing assignments and hands-on projects. Each of the 150 daily lessons (five lessons per week) includes the history text and the reading assignments for that day (and those in progress). A focused student can direct his own study, and the parent can offer as much interaction as needed.

According to the publihser, completing the full course provides your child with a year's high school credit in World History, English, and Bible. Depending on how fast your child reads and how much time he spends on the unit projects, he may need an average of 2-3 hours for each daily lesson. The history credit involves reading the lessons and the original documents (and answering the questions in the optional Student Review if desired). The English credit involves completing writing assignments and reading the assigned literature. The Bible credit involves reading large portions of the Bible and completing the Bible study lesson for each unit. The unit projects offer a wide variety of activities that tie into history, English, and Bible.

The Literature

In addition to the assigned readings from In Their Words, the curriculum also assigns reading from the books included in the Exploring World History Literature Package.  Click the link for more information.