Heritage Studies 5 (3rd edition) is a two-semester course that continues the narrative of American history from the development of the automobile in the late 1800s through the inauguration of President Obama in 2009. Topics are presented from a biblical perspective. Join Mrs. Walker as she discusses the invention and influence of the automobile and airplane, World War I, the Roaring Twenties, the Great Depression, World War II, the Vietnam War, struggles over civil rights, and the war on terror, Afghanistan and Iraq Wars, and immigration decisions.
Teacher Information: Mrs. Walker teaches this course. Read more about her by clicking on the Instructor tab.
What’s Included: Click on the Contents tab to learn more about what is included with this product.
Scheduling Information: 113 days; lessons are 30 minutes in length.
Printed Teacher’s Editions are not included with this kit. A complete copy of the Teacher’s Edition (formerly TE on CD) and the Teacher’s Toolkit CD as well as files for printing materials from the Teacher Support Materials CD are available by logging into your account. If you desire a printed Teacher Edition, please contact Customer Service for special pricing.
All DVD and Hard Drive Distance Learning kits now include a Parent Guide as well as a Student Worksheets Packet which have all of the teacher support materials and answer keys needed for the subject(s).
|400382||Distance Learning Grade 5 Heritage Studies Parent Guide 2014|
|401331||Distance Learning Grade 5 Heritage Studies Student Worksheets 2014|
|233312||Heritage Studies 5 Student Text (3rd ed.)|
|233320||Heritage Studies 5 Student Activities Manual (3rd ed.)|
|233338||Heritage Studies 5 Tests (3rd ed.)|
|233353||Heritage Studies 5 Tests Answer Key (3rd ed.)|
|371880||DL HERITAGE 5 DVD MOD 11-12|
Mrs. Walker has eight years’ experience teaching first grade at Bob Jones Elementary School. “My first love is to teach a child to read-primarily so that he can read God’s Word for himself and share it with others. He should be able to appreciate what he reads, draw conclusions, and make value judgments to become a thinker.”