This Genesis through Joshua School Teacher's Manualis part of the Genesis through Joshua Bible series from Veritas Press, which is comprised of this teacher's manual (OR the enhanced school teacher's manual on CD, Homeschool Manual, or Homeschool Enhanced CD options), plus the Genesis-Joshua Card Set, and Genesis-Joshua Memory CD, all of which are s old-separately. This course was designed to help students understand the Scriptures and cannot be used apart from a Bible; it's recommended that each account is read in the Bible during the week.
This teacher's manual includes student projects and worksheets that align with the cards and memory CD (not included). Worksheets provide reinforcement for Bible passages and help students to analyze and remember what they're studying in the Bible. Tests features short-answer questions and provide an opportunity for assessment. Answers to all assignments are included in the back (line-listed format).
32 people and events are featured for approximately one per school week; a few cards have extra projects that may take longer than a week.
Some projects will work better for younger or older students; parents can adjust as needed. If using for 2nd grade and below, some work, especially in the beginning, may need to be done orally. While this program can be used with multiple ages, the recommended schedule is:
- Grade 2: Genesis-Joshua
- Grade 3: Judges-Kings
- Grade 4: Chronicles-Malachi
- Grade 5: Gospels
- Grade 6: Acts-Revelation
Loose-leaf pages in three-ring-binder. Reproducible for classroom use. Recommended for 2nd Grade.
This is one of four teacher's guide options: the homeschool (print) teacher's guide or the homeschool enhanced CD-ROM, and the school (print) teacher's guide or the school enhanced CD-ROM. The difference between the homeschool and school print guides is that the homeschool guide is a softcover while the school version is in the format of loose-leaf pages in a three-ring-binder; in addition, the print and CD-ROM versions of the school and homeschool versions differ in that the copyright allows homeschool teachers to make copies for their homeschool classes, and the school version allows teachers to make copies for their classrooms. The content is identical.
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