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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

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Justin, would you recommend this history for a student who works well above grade level? My son will be in 11th grade next year and will also be taking AP Calculus, AP Language, and Physics at a community college. He scored a 5 on Human Geography AP and is currently taking AP US History. He's needing to do something kind of light for history next fall, but also something on a pretty advanced reading level. Would this be a good fit? Our umbrella school requires students to have at least 4 hours a week per semester. With his workload in other subjects, this is all he plans to do fir history next year.

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Justin, would you recommend this history for a student who works well above grade level? My son will be in 11th grade next year and will also be taking AP Calculus, AP Language, and Physics at a community college. He scored a 5 on Human Geography AP and is currently taking AP US History. He's needing to do something kind of light for history next fall, but also something on a pretty advanced reading level. Would this be a good fit? Our umbrella school requires students to have at least 4 hours a week per semester. With his workload in other subjects, this is all he plans to do fir history next year.

 

This seems like it would be a good fit, and within his abilities.

 

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