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12th Grade Modern World & Geography Lesson Plans


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Teaching high school does not have to be difficult. In fact, it can be the best four years of your homeschool career, and Well Planned Lessons can help! Continue through the familiar four-year history cycle while easily earning up to 5 ½ high school credits in Bible, math, history, science, language arts, and art. With the basics covered, you have plenty of time and flexibility for electives and outside activities.

Here is an overview of the material covered in 12th Grade Modern World & Geography:

  • Bible: study prayer and Christian living
  • Math: learn and master the principles of calculus
  • History: cover the Civil War, World War I, the Great Depression, World War II, the Vietnam War, and economics
  • Science: histology, physiology, and body systems
  • Language Arts: learn the writing process, elements of writing, personal writing, subject writing, creative writing, persuasive writing, academic writing, research writing, workplace writing, reading skills, study skills, speaking skills, thinking skills, viewing skills, and editing as well as an appreciation for modern American poetry
  • Art: explore fine art and learn to create art with pencils, paints, and markers

Well Planned Lessons take the stress out of high school planning, allowing the foundation and flexibility you need to make the most of the high school years. So, what are you waiting for? Order your Well Planned Lessons today!

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12th Grade Modern World & Geography Overview

Number of Credits

The best way to determine credits is to log how much time your student spends working on a given course. Check with your state laws, but a 1-credit course generally requires 120-180 hours of work, and a ½ credit course generally requires 60-90 hours of work. With Comprehensive lesson plans, your student can easily earn 1 Bible credit, 1 math credit, 1 history credit, 1 science credit, 1 language arts credit, and ½ art credit.


What happens if your child needs more material to meet a credit requirement? Choose some of the themes from the lessons and get books from the library for your child to browse. Videos are also a terrific option. Visit museums and nature centers.


In Bible, you and your student will study prayer and Christian living. In math, he or she will learn and master the principles of calculus. History/social studies covers the Civil War, World War I, the Great Depression, World War II, the Vietnam War, and economics. Science emphasizes histology, physiology, and body systems. Language arts teaches the writing process, elements of writing, personal writing, subject writing, creative writing, persuasive writing, academic writing, research writing, workplace writing, reading skills, study skills, speaking skills, thinking skills, viewing skills, and editing as well as an appreciation for modern American poetry. In art, your child will be exposed to fine arts and learn to create art with pencils, paints, and markers.


This program is designed to meet your needs. It is set up with a 36-week, 180-day lesson plan. In the last few weeks, you will find fewer activities so that you can catch up or explore other areas of interest. This program seeks to give you the tools to meet your child’s educational needs.

Record Keeping

Purchase a large three-ring binder and one divider for each subject. File written pieces, artwork, notes, tests, and quizzes. If you would like to add more content, pick a topic and help the student write about it. Include pictures of completed projects and experiments. Consider videoing plays, activities, or speeches. Check with your state to see what is expected for recording attendance and learning.

Additional Information

ISBN 978-1-942192-75-6
Grade 12
Condition New
Publisher Well Planned Gal
Page Count 90
Format Paperback
Weekly Sample No
Price $39.95


Below you will find all of the books used in your Well Planned Lessons guide. Click on the book title to explore purchasing options for each book.
Note: Package totals are based on retailer prices and subject to change.

    Green boxes next to book titles indicate availability at your local library.

Complete Kit: $515.76
Use the Library: $395.55 (save $120.21)
    The Civil War: A Visual History

This volume’s captivating pictures and small bits of information will bring this sorrowful chapter of United States history to life.

    Virginia's General by Albert Marrin

A biography of a man respected by both sides even to this day. Your student will find a role model in these pages.

    Modern Times Revised Edition: The World from the Twenties to the Nineties by Paul Johnson

Because it spans such a large timespan, this book is assigned periodically toward the end of the year.

    The Politically Incorrect Guide to the Great Depression and the New Deal by Robert Murphy

From this popular series comes a book that will expose the true causes and effects of this notable era’s events.

    A Short History of World War I by James L. Stokesbury

This book starts with the events that led up to the war that changed the face of war forever. It ends with the peace that finally came to the world.

Eyewitness to World War II by Stephen Hyslop and Neil Kagan

Seeing is believing. Your student will be captivated by the detailed pictures and information depicting the events of World War II.

    Vietnam War

This conflict is often overlooked by history books. You and your student will be glad that you took time to focus on it using this book.

Economics in a Box Complete

This thorough sixteen-week course is assigned in the middle of the school year. It combines books, workbooks, and multimedia presentations to help your student understand how our economy functions.

Note: The following three books are included in the above set. If you would prefer to borrow these texts from the library, please select the EBox Bundle instead of EBox Complete.

    Whatever Happened to Penny Candy? by Richard J. Maybury

This book is included in the Economics in a Box set.

    Common Sense Economics: What Everyone Should Know About Wealth and Prosperity by James D. Gwartney, Richard L. Stroup, Dwight R. Lee, Tawni Hunt Ferrarini

This book is included in the Economics in a Box set.

    Money, Greed, and God: Why Capitalism Is the Solution and Not the Problem by Jay W. Richards

This book is included in the Economics in a Box set.

The Human Body Set by Marilyn Shannon and Rachael Yunis

Your student will learn all about the human body. The text references a coloring book; however, it is not available from Berean Builders. You can easily purchase an anatomy coloring book on your own and use it along with the book.

Saxon Calculus Homeschool Kit w/Solutions Manual Second Edition by John Saxon

This is supposed to be a three-semester course, but the lesson plans have compressed it into two. You may choose to complete all assignments for about 1 ½ credits, or you may choose to complete 75 percent of the assignments for about 1 credit.

The Poetry Anthology by Joseph Parisi and Stephen Young

This book is intended to expose your student to the best of modern American poetry. An occasional assignment is given, but for the most part your student will only be reading for enjoyment.

Writing Strands Level 7 by Dave Marks

Your student should be able to complete the exercises completely independently, but suggested starting and finishing dates are offered in the lesson plans. Your student will learn researching reports, arguing effectively, and developing creative pieces.

Complete Kit: $601.60
Use the Library: $458.45 (save $143.15)
    The Hour that Changes the World by Dick Eastman

Prayer is a struggle for many. This book will help your student establish a firm prayer life.

    Loving God by Charles W. Colson

How do you know if you really, truly love God? Your student will find out as he or she reads this popular book.

    My Heart Christ's Home by Robert Boyd Munger

What if your heart were like a house? What would Jesus find there? This small but powerful booklet helps your student examine his or her heart.

Operation World: The Definitive Prayer Guide to Every Nation by Jason Mandryk

Offering specific prayer needs for each nation, this volume will help your whole family pray for others. If desired, you can also count this as geography and social studies.

God and the History of Art by Barry Stebbing

This four-year curriculum begins with this year. Your student will learn the history of art from a biblical perspective as well as painting and drawing.

God and the History of Art - Paint and Marker Cards by Barry Stebbing

One set of cards is included with the textbooks. You will need an extra set of paint and marker cards for each additional student.

Complete Kit: $632.54
Use the Library: $458.45 (save $174.09)
    Do Hard Things: A Teenage Rebellion Against Low Expectations by Alex Harris and Brett Harris

As your student nears graduation, he or she needs to decide what kind of life to live. This book will ground him or her in the faith.

    Abraham Lincoln's World by Genevieve Foster

Nearly everyone has a general idea of Abraham Lincoln’s life. This book will explore events in other parts of the world that happened during his lifetime.

    Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass by Frederick Douglass

First-hand information is the best. Find out what life was like for this African-American social reformer.


New school supplies always add a little fun to each new school year! Here is a list of suggested school supplies that will round out your curriculum and help make the school year run smoothly!

These general supplies are great for homeschool students of all ages! Look for these supplies at your favorite local supermarket.

3-ring Binder



Die Cut Letters

Drawing Paper

Dry-Erase Board

Fine Point Markers

Flash Drive

Geometry Set

Graphing Calculator


Hole Punch

Index Cards

Kitchen Timer


Loose Leaf Paper

Magazine Holders

Magnifying Glass

Mechanical Pencils

No. 2 Pencils

Pencil Box

Pencil Sharpener


Pink Eraser

Pocket Folder

Post-It Notes

Poster Board



Subject Dividers

Scrapbook Paper

Spiral Bound Notebooks

Staple Remover


Storage Cart



Tissues for the Bad Days

White Out


Here are a few more supplies to consider that cannot always be found at your favorite general supply store. If you need help finding these items, click on each supply to be directed to a great online source.

Chore Chart

High School Planner


As you explore science this year, you’ll get to experience the joy of hands-on learning through experiments. Many of these experiments use items that you already have on hand or can easily add to your grocery list. To easily fill out the rest of your supplies, check out these options!

Kaplan Anatomy Coloring Book

This companion to Advanced Biology is not required, but there are assignment references in your Advanced Biology textbook.

Advanced Biology Dissection Specimens

This companion dissection specimen kit includes cow eye, cow heart, and fetal pig specimens. (Note: Other dissection tools are listed in the biology supply lists in the 9th Grade lesson plans.)

Human Body Slide Set/Blood Type Kit

Includes a variety of prepared anatomy slides for microscope study.


How can you know you are getting the best value for your preferred curriculum style as you shop? Here is a handy chart to help you see an average cost estimate for a variety of complete high school curriculum options.

All options below incorporate the cost of instruction or instructor's guides/lesson plans and answer keys; the primary subjects of history, science, math, and language arts; and variable electives such as Bible, art, music, and logic/critical thinking.

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