Heritage Studies 4 brings to life great movements and events in American history from the late 1700s through the early 1900s. Lessons examine immigration, evangelists and missionaries, inventions, the Industrial Revolution, and economics, as well as the Boer War and the Boxer Uprising.
Mrs. Tawnja Schaffner teaches this one-semester course.
Recommended Viewing Schedule: five 30-minute lessons a week; 75 lessons per year
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|121798||Heritage Studies 4 Home Teacher's Edition|
|267864||Heritage Studies 4 Student Text (2nd ed.) (Copyright Update)|
|102533||Heritage Studies 4 Student Notebook (2nd ed.)|
|363010||DL HERITAGE 4 DVD MOD 09|
|101659||Heritage Studies 4 Tests (2nd ed.)|
|101667||Heritage Studies 4 Tests Answer Key|
Mrs. Schaffner has previously taught all the elementary grades. "I grew up on the mission field of the Netherlands. I have wanted to be a teacher from the time I was nine years old. I am grateful to the Lord for allowing the desires of my heart to become a reality. BJU Press Distance Learning is giving me a chance to teach children like yours in parts of the world I may never visit."
Heritage Studies 4 DVD with Books342121 - Heritage Studies 4 DVD with Books
|Distance Learning Heritage Studies 4 Teacher Support Material (Printed) (in stock)||$2.50|