United States History traces American history from the time of European discovery to the 2000 election. Students see the influence of physical geography and the development of the free enterprise system. Students analyze the structure of the American government as it relates to various facets of American culture and historic periods. The course emphasizes God's role as the Author of history.
Mrs. Sherri Vick teaches this course.
Lesson Content: five 30-minute lessons a week; 166 lessons per year
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|400796||Distance Learning Grade 11 United States History Parent Guide 2014|
|401745||Distance Learning Grade 11 United States History Student Worksheets 2014|
|222141||United States History Student Text (3rd ed.)|
|129981||United States History Student Activities Manual Teacher's Edition (3rd ed.)|
|129932||United States History Student Activities Manual (3rd ed.)|
|129940||United States History Tests (3rd ed.)|
|129957||United States History Tests Answer Key (3rd ed.)|
|363457||DL U S HISTORY DVD MOD 09|
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."
United States History DVD with Books (3rd ed.)402719
United States History DVD Only403709