World History I Teacher’s Guide, the Companion to World History I
If you’re teaching World History I to your homeschooled high schooler, you’ll love having the World History I Teacher’s Guide to go with it.
Our Teacher’s Guide includes everything you need to teach and evaluate World History I. It has grading rubrics, answers to short-answer questions, and teaching and evaluation tips for every assignment.
Incidentally, having both books means you won’t have to share a book with your student. Another plus is that your student won’t have access to the answers to questions. Win-win!
And just like World History I, we wrote the World History I Teacher’s Guide from a biblical point of view.
Features of this Teacher’s Guide:
- Teach your high schooler how to organize notes and information with helpful graphic organizers designed for specific assignments.
- Useful chart summaries of the Crusades, the Spanish Armada, Renaissance Reformers, and more.
- Written directly to you, this Guide has the answers so you don’t have to read every book your student reads.
- The detailed Table of Contents shows you exactly where everything located.
- Sample Reading and Assignment Charts for each unit give you a helpful example for planning.
- Occasional web links provide additional background on a topic or assignment.
- More important assignments have specially designed rubrics to help you clearly communicate what you expect your student to do. Additionally, they’ll also let him know exactly how he will be evaluated.
- Special rubrics teach you how to evaluate unique 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.