Heritage Studies 2 continues the narrative of the founding of the United States—from Jamestown through the War for Independence—while explaining colonial farming, shopkeeping, kings and queens, and clothing.
Mrs. Sherri Vick teaches this course.
Recommended Viewing Schedule: five 30-minute lessons per week for one semester; 63 lessons total.
Science 2 (3rd edition) introduces God’s creation while encouraging the student to think and learn like a scientist. Throughout the year science process skills are incorporated into learning about various topics through hands-on activities and projects. Topics include living things and environments, fossils and dinosaurs, the earth and its resources, how the earth moves, light and shadows, how things move, forms of matter, and the systems of the body. For Distance Learning students, Mrs. Overly uses pictures, video footage, and demonstrations to enhance learning. She encourages the students to participate by completing each activity themselves. Activities include growing healthy plants, making a model of the layers of the earth, and recycling newspapers to make paper.
Recommended Viewing Schedule: five 15-minute lessons per week for one semester; 55 lessons total.
Note: Sample course videos require QuickTime to view.
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Sherri Vick previously taught various elementary and junior high grades. "I like to look at the picture as a whole—to relate one subject to another so that the child can see how God’s plan fits together. I want the child to want to learn, so the lessons have to be fun. Hands-on is the best way, so I don’t want the student to just watch, but participate too! One of my goals is that, after watching the lessons, your child will continue in the things he has learned and develop lifelong learning skills that he can use both now and in the future."
Mrs. Overly, a mother of three, has experience teaching several elementary grades. "I want to encourage each child to look forward to learning each day and also to provide sufficient practice and review activities to help alleviate mom’s workload. Most importantly, I want to present Christ in each subject that I teach. Each child should hear the gospel and then see in a very practical way how it can change a sinner."
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