Curriculum Schedule for Mystery of History Volume 2
This curriculum schedule is designed to be used alongside Mystery of History Volume 2, a classical approach to history. Well Planned Gal's schedule provides you with a flexible, adjustable, daily plan for progressing through a year of history.
Volume II of the series progresses through the early church and the Middle Ages using reading assignments, hands-on activities, writing assignments, and more to reinforce learning.
Curriculum Needed for This Course Schedule*
- Mystery of History Volume 2
*This item must be purchased separately.
- Total Number of Weeks: 28
- Total Number of Lessons: 140
- Daily Time: approximately 45 minutes
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|Grade||Middle School, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8|
|History Cycle||Cultures & Ideas|
|Subject||History & Geography|
|Publisher||Bright Ideas Press|
|Lesson Style||Traditional, Charlotte Mason, Classical|
|Format||My Well Planned Day Software Add-On|
CURRICULUM NEEDED FOR THIS COURSE SCHEDULE
Below you will find the curriculum required for this course schedule. All items must be purchased separately.
Mystery of History Volume 2
The Mystery of History Volume 2 continues the story of God's working in history with lessons that cover the early church that arose after the death of Christ (AD 33) through the Middle Ages and the invention of the printing press. This classical curriculum is written from a Christian, young-earth, perspective, and gives students insight into how the Gospel of Jesus is the mystery behind all of history! Written in a conversational style, many lessons are presented in the form of mini-biographies that integrate fascinating stories with the events of the time.