Looking for a complete high school history curriculum?
Exploring World History by Ray Notgrass is a one-year homeschool curriculum for high school that teaches students to understand history from a Christian perspective of faith in God and respect for the Bible. It provides one full-year of credit in world history, English (literature and composition), and Bible.
Your high school student will gain a rich understanding of world history by reading the history narrative and primary source documents, reading classic literature, completing writing assignments and hands-on projects, and studying what the Bible says about issues and ideas in history.
Here are the components you can choose from to create your bundle:
The Curriculum Package includes Exploring World History Part 1 and Part 2, In Their Words (a collection of original source documents), and Guide for Parents. This package gives you all of the lessons and assignments you need to complete the course, but it does not include any review or test material or the recommended literature.
The Student Review Pack includes the Student Review, with daily review questions, literature review questions, and Bible commentary; the Quiz and Exam Book, with a quiz for each unit and six exams; and the Answer Key.
The Literature Package includes the twelve books assigned as part of the English credit. The collection includes five novels, a play, three biographies, and three other non-fiction works.
This bundle includes all of the books listed above. You get the Curriculum Package, Student Review Pack, and Literature Package. You'll have everything you need for your student to earn a year of credit in world history, English, and Bible.
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