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  1. My daughter is in 8th grade, but I'm looking ahead so that we can plan out her high school for college entry. I have noticed that colleges require World History, US History, Government, and Economics. I'm not sure how to include that on her transcript if she is doing the high school level history through Well Trained Mind.
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  4. Hi all, The "Study and Teaching Guide" for Susan Wise Bauer's "History of the Renaissance World" is now available in paperback or downloadable PDF versions. This book turns SWB's history book into a one-year high-school-level course, with map exercises, critical thinking prompts, identification of important people, events, and concepts, and review questions. The front half includes answers for the instructor, and the student pages are perforated for easy removal. I can answer any questions you have about this product or our related products. Justin from Well-Trained Mind Press
  5. "Crash Course World History Curriculum Now teachers and students can use current, accurate, and frequently updated learning materials to assist in their World History classes. Driven by the Crash Course World History videos, these materials can be used to introduce new topics and units, can be used in a flipped classroom model, and are great resources for review of content to check for understanding and application. You may use these lessons, activities, and video questions in your classroom today!" There are teacher and student PDFs http://thecrashcourse.com/curriculum.html
  6. Please help! :) My daughter will be starting high school in the next few months, and I am just not sure about what to do for our World History program. I have narrowed it down to 4...after researching just about every program out there. If you have any experience with these programs, please let me know what you loved and what you didn't like about them. We are doing Notgrass for middle school World History and my daughter enjoys it more than some other things we tried. She LOVES reading and writing, and so this is what I keep coming back to for her high school. I love the literat
  7. ETA: We're strongly leaning toward Duiker and Spielvogel's World History. I'm looking at options for “World History: Medieval-Renaissance†next year for a 10th grader who's pretty academically focused. I'd really like to use Daileader's excellent 3-part Middle Ages in Western Europe audio lecture series, so I'm looking more for a complementary text with a global focus and any interesting primary-sources reading in world history for period ~A.D. 1000-1800. Some of the world history options for our spine are: Strayer, Ways of the World: A Brief Global World History With Sources. I
  8. I just recently got this for use next year and thought I'd post my initial impressions since I couldn't find a lot of reviews when I was doing my own research. I finally decided on it after months of looking at different options for world history, including BJU, Abeka, PAC, Spielvogel, and A Short History of Western Civilization. I had looked at Notgrass at conventions in the past, and it just didn't do anything for me. But I kind of felt crowded into it after ruling out the above options. Abeka and BJU just looked like very surface treatment and I worried about retention. Plus I was afraid th
  9. For those of you who have done this program, is it a true world history program, or is it more focused on American history? It is hard to tell from the posted Table of Contents, but a lot of the books seem to be geared to American history. We are currently doing Resurrection to Reformation, which is the only other HOD program I've done. I'm debating whether to continue on or look for another middle school world history program that covers this same time period -- Reformation to the beginning of the 20th century. I don't want a program that focuses on American history, or the world from the
  10. What have you all found for relatively rigorous world history texts? I like the approach of WTM, with a Great Books literature conducted in parallel, but the same texts as a history course spine would seem to work without the accompanying Great Books literature course. In any case, I think it's important to spend a significant amount of time analyzing primary sources and writing essays on history (i.e., developing and practicing the rhetoric). BTW, we are running this as a 3-year cycle (9th grade; ancient, to ~ A.D. 476; 10th: medieval-early modern, to ~ 1850; and 11th: modern, since ~1850), a
  11. My son is going to be a senior in high school this year and has to/wants to take Contemporary World History. Does anyone have a recommendation for a great textbook? We have always followed a four year history rotation, and for his first 3 years of high school, we covered ancient, middle ages, and early modern. When he was younger, we used The Story of the World series, and absolutely loved it. In high school we have done the best we can to piece together from 2 sets of history curricula that are incomplete (SWB's History of the World, and History Odyssey Level 3), but find ourselves comple
  12. I am thinking about taking next year to focus primarily on early US history (Colonies to the Gold Rush) with my middle school kids. What world history events and people do I HAVE to make sure to cover so that they are prepared when we go back to world history the following year (US Civil War to the present)? Thank you! :001_smile:
  13. I'm looking for recommendations on how to structure a very beginning world history class. This would be a CO-OP class (10 weeks each semester) for 3rd and 4th graders. My soon to be 3rd grader is really interested in learning about medieval history, but I told her it might be good to start at the very beginning and work up to that. I was thinking of using Child's History of the World for it's very short and easy approach, but then pulling in as much of Story of the World as possible (Ancient Times) and using activities out of that book. We would do a lapbook as well as activities eac
  14. I'm looking for recommendations on how to structure a very beginning world history class. This would be a CO-OP class (10 weeks each semester) for 3rd and 4th graders. My soon to be 3rd grader is really interested in learning about medieval history, but I told her it might be good to start at the very beginning and work up to that. I was thinking of using Child's History of the World for it's very short and easy approach, but then pulling in as much of Story of the World as possible (Ancient Times) and using activities out of that book. We would do a lapbook as well as activities eac
  15. If you could only pick three books to use for your high school World History curriculum, what would you choose?
  16. So I'm trying to figure out what we will do for history next year. The boys will be 10th and 11th grade. Last year we did AP US Government and AP Comparative Government (I wanted to take advantage of our living in DC with the US Government). The year before we did a long study of the modern age from 1850 through the Cold War. It was incredible, spanning about 16 months with lots of Civil War battle field trips and other great stuff. We had considered doing one semester of economics and another semester of an anthropological view of the history of armed conflict. Then I reconsidered beca
  17. After teaching 4 years of APWH, APUSH and APEH, including 3 years as a reader (dropped APEH and APEngLit after they came up with the 'one subject requirement') with high passing rates, here are my tips and tricks for teaching AP History courses: AP United States History: The course was redesigned. It is going to be our first year with the redesigned course, and it is important to adapt ourselves to it. The good things are that the course description is now as detailed as APWH (so it helps you be sure that you covered everything to the little details) and that the exam at least looks more
  18. OK-- thanks to everyone for replies and suggestions to help me plan for study abroad with my three boys-- we're here in France. Here's our blog: http://theshortstrip.blogspot.fr My curriculm blog is already up, but I would have liked to have seen how others organized a similar trip/semester abroad. I guess I'll blaze the trail and you can thank me later -- unless it all goes terribly wrong, then I'll know why I couldn't find more infromation about!
  19. I'm putting together a history class that approaches history through the technological/scientific discoveries of the time. I'm looking at starting during the enlightenment through modern times, with an emphasis on the 20th century. My DS16 is highly computer and science interested, and I'm looking for readings that are accessible to a more reluctant reader (not a poor reader, but one that takes some wooing to really stay in the game). I'd like to find books that intersect where science affects history and vice versa. So far, I've chosen only Galileo's Daughter and The Immortal Life of Hen
  20. I haven't been the most ardent supporter of online texts in the past, but I just purchased the Holt McDougal World History: Patterns of Interaction ibook yesterday, and I like it. We were using Bulliet's Earth and It's Peoples for the last three months, but it wasn't working out that well. College/AP history books seem to have a lack of teacher support, no chapter questions, and no tests. While researching, I came across the site http://www.hmheducation.com/history/ibooks.php and decided to try out the sample book. I liked the sample chapter, but I researched teacher support materials firs
  21. DS (advanced learner, mature 10yo) is very interested in learning about spies and cryptography in history. He has started googling for some spies to study and is going to give me a list in a few days' time. We'll pick maybe about 10-12 and possibly produce a presentation, or some sort of spy scrapbook, or a website...something tangible in the end. I searched the archives and although I found some mention of espionage studies, I didn't find any discussions on how the study was carried out, what books were used etc. I'd love thoughts on the following: 1. What resources would you sugg
  22. Currently my dd and I are using History of the World by Abeka. We've done loads of history studies up to this point, mostly using Sonlight, but more recently using MFW. My dd is having a hard time putting all the pieces together in her mind. So I was thinking if there was a DVD or something else visual (maybe kinesthetic) that she could see and/or touch that might help her. We have used a time line (Sonlight's) that's in a book and that really hasn't helped much. The Abeka History of the World is good but long (for what I'm looking for). I was looking for something that could, in an abbr
  23. Currently my dd and I are using History of the World by Abeka. We've done loads of history studies up to this point, mostly using Sonlight, but more recently using MFW. My dd is having a hard time putting all the pieces together in her mind. So I was thinking if there was a DVD or something else visual (maybe kinesthetic) that she could see and/or touch that might help her. We have used a time line (Sonlight's) that's in a book and that really hasn't helped much. The Abeka History of the World is good but long (for what I'm looking for). I was looking for something that could, in an abbr
  24. DH finally decide how he wants to approach World History for the kids. We'll be using this site as our spine, accounting for it's strong, scholastic historical slant and with a caveat that all biblical references are to be read as coming from a worldly point of view. Many of the articles include book suggestions for further reading. I'm going to assign the kids to read one book (at minimum) from each era and write something about the book they choose. Any ideas on what exactly I can have them write? I'm leaning towards a response paper rather than a more formal analysis, but I'm sti
  25. An old colleage of ours retired from his first career and became a high school teacher. I thought his course website had so much good info that it was worth sharing. He has AP US Government, US Government and World History with syllabai, lesson plans, textbook reading assignments and video recommendations. Really a treasure trove. I first met him when he was teaching at the college level. I can say that his background and life experience is so incredible that I would love to sit and take one of his courses. And you could do a lot worse than use his syllabus as a guideline.
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