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Social Studies

Biblical Archaeology

Biblical Archaeology

Biblical Archaeology will take students through the lands and cultures of the entire Bible. This class will look at the history and people of ancient Sumer, Egypt, Babylon, Assyria, Persia, Greece, Rome, Israel and more. Students will be able to connect bible stories with the historical context they were written in, discover artifacts that prove the bibles accuracy, and understand key biblical places and peoples. Students will also learn about archaeologists and the stories of their findings and get a basic introduction in how to read Egyptian Hieroglyphics.

Grades:

7th-12th

World Geography

World Geography

This class will cover World Geography. We will look at multiple themes of Geography including locations, climates, environment, peoples relationship with geographical regions, cultures, and more. Included in the class is a miniseries on the Geography of Jesus. We will explore in depth the places mentioned in the Bible and why Jesus taught and did miracles in certain locations.

Grades:

7th-12th

Middle School World History

Middle School World History

This year the students will study the age of explorers through the modern age. They will learn about the wars, revolutions, and culture changes that defined these times. This curriculum has a student book and a teacher’s guide with student worksheets that include comprehension questions, mapwork, timelines, digging deeper activities, and other hands- on projects.

Grades:

6th-8th

Michigan History

Michigan History

In this fun class, students will learn about Michigan’s history, landmarks, animals and more! Class time will include read-alouds with students then having hands-on activities and experiments based on the reading. Facts and ideas will come to life as they spend time together mapping, building, coloring and experimenting! Homework will be minimal, with a year-end project (building/painting/cooking/or lapbook, etc.) that will be shown in class. My goal for this class is that students will not only learn how and why Michigan exists, but
also understand and appreciate all that our state has to offer!

Grades:

4th-8th

World History

World History

History is a record of mankind’s experience over the ages. In this class we will learn about people, places, and events that have influenced the course of human history throughout the world.

Grades:

8th-12th

U.S. Government

U.S. Government

This United States Government course will motivate and infect students with a lifetime appetite to understand and participate in the proper functioning of the government at the Federal, state, and local levels.

Grades:

7th-12th

Elementary Geography

Elementary Geography

This course will provide an exciting opportunity for students to explore the world through maps, architecture, history and more! This will be a very hands-on class; time will be spent mapping and listening as well as doing experiments and activities. Students will be challenged to identify continents
and thirteen specific countries and begin to understand the ideas and features specific to each of those countries. Homework will be limited to semester projects such as building with LEGOs/blocks, painting or drawing, food projects, etc. along with a verbal or written explanation of the project. The goal of this
class is to see each student begin to understand and get excited about the world that God has created!

Grades:

3rd-6th

American History

American History

To help students understand our country’s exceptional history and values which are being ignored, distorted, or discarded in today’s educational culture.

Grades:

8th-12th

Upper Elementary History

Upper Elementary History

This year students will be learning about the Civil War, the Transcontinental Railroad, American Immigration, and many other exciting events. This curriculum has a student book and a teacher’s guide with student worksheets that include map work, comprehension questions, a timeline, hands on projects, and artist studies.

Grades:

3rd-6th

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