Bring to life the history and culture of the nineteenth century in Heritage Studies 4
from BJU Press. Heritage Studies 4
uses both a chronological and a topical approach and covers topics from United States and world history, geography, cultural studies, government, and economics. Students will consider topics such as the Boxer Rebellion, early immigration, inventions, and missionary endeavors within a biblical worldview and will develop critical thinking skills along with other skills such as sequencing, evaluating, inferring relationships, and working with maps and graphs. BJU Press appeals to different learning styles and encourages students to love learning by including many exciting activities such as making a rain gauge, peanut butter, leis, developing and advertising a product, and writing in Morse Code.
This course contains 70 lessons.
The Heritage Studies 4 Subject Kit
contains all the items necessary to successfully teach Heritage Studies 4
—6 items total.