Remembering God's Awesome Acts is different from traditional textbooks which only teach one subject. Although the primary focus is Bible and Ancient History, the impressive student notebook includes a drawing course, a structured creative writing course, speech and drama. In addition geography, anthropology, archaeology and linguistics are studied. The ultimate purpose of each element is to give the student a better understanding of the Bible. The focus is not on the individual subjects, but on studying issues, playing with concepts and mastering skills while learning discernment and logic. The journey of learning is fascinating and life changing as the Bible is presented not just as a historical document, but as a handbook for daily living. Jesus Christ is emphasized from beginning to end. Every story points to Him. (NIV used) When studying the Tower of Babel and the dispersion of the nations, the student does a country study from each continent. This includes not only facts about a country, but also the nations prayer needs, major religions and availability of scriptures. Art lessons help the student to appreciate the different facial features of other peoples. And language studies (using college-level techniques) help develop an awareness of the work of missionaries. This is adaptable for grades 5 and up./ This is the extra workbook only. To order the Teachers Guide use stock#
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Date:September 9, 2010
This worktext is usable with students of different ages-beginning around 6th grade, which makes it nice if you want to teach your kids together. It covers its subjects in-depth, and gives students good thinking tools for the future, good questions to ask when being confronted w/ non-biblical ideas. I enjoy the variety of teaching-art,Bible, history, hands on activities. Used this for 2 of my now-grown children, and now for my youngest- in 6th grade.