World History I Teacher’s Guide, the Companion to World History I
Our World History I Teacher’s Guide includes grading rubrics, answers to short-answer questions, and teaching and evaluation tips for every assignment. These tools make World History I Teacher’s Guide exactly what you need to easily teach our World History I high school course to your high school-aged homeschoolers.
Just like all of our high school courses, we wrote the World History I Teacher’s Guide from a biblical point of view. Get the support you need to teach World History I. This is a separate book from your student’s edition so you and your student don’t have to share.
Features of our World History I Teacher’s Guide:
- Written directly to you, this Teacher’s Guide has the answers you need so you don’t have to read every book your student reads.
- Looking for a particular rubric or assignment? No problem! The detailed Table of Contents shows you exactly where it’s located.
- Sample Reading and Assignment Charts for each unit gives you a helpful start on planning.
- Occasional web links have additional info to give you additional background on a topic or assignment.
- Major assignments have specially designed rubricsto help you clearly communicate what you expect your student to do and let him know exactly how he will be evaluated.
- Special rubrics teach you how to evaluate unique assignments, rather than just essay assignments, such as:
- a book of maps
- a graphic timeline
- a model of the Tabernacle from the Old Testament, or the ancient Greek Parthenon
- Periodic reminders to check your student’s “ongoing” assignments.
- Detailed notes about portions of the reading so you can make sure your student grasped the most important points.
- Helpful graphic organizers designed for specific assignments to help you teach how to organize notes and information.
- Useful summaries in chart form of the Crusades, the Spanish Armada, Renaissance Reformers, and more.