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Story of the Middle Ages

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Subject: World History  
Suggested Grade Level: 6th
Authors: Gertrude and John Van Duyn Southworth  
Publisher: Christian Liberty Press  
Copyright: 2002  
Number of Pages: 128
Course Materials: Textbook

Course Description: This course introduces students to European history from the rise of Christianity within the Roman Empire to Protestant Reformation and the age of exploration. As part of this course, students will learn about typical castle and town life, and the plight of the serfs. Helpful biographies and stories of great leaders and influential persons are also included.

ISBN: 1930367775

ISBN-13: 9781930367777

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Story of the Middle Ages - Answer Key

Story of the Middle Ages - Test Packet

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  1. Thorough foundation for a creative year of Medieval and Reformation study 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 04/01/2014

    We opted to use this book for an entire year, supplementing with biographies, projects, living books, movies, games, and a final paper. The book is thorough and comprehensive, so I could focus on adding creative elements to the coursework.


    Posted by on 04/22/2013

    NAtional Curriculm has World history as a bridge class in 6th grade....Normally this is done in 7th grade. This is a great book to use in the 2nd semester of 6th grade for you students that at or above level as a capstone class. The reading is a bit technical getting a lot more names and dates, but the book tries to keep everything in context so the student can retain period information. I WOULD NOT START A BELOW GRADE LEVEL READER IN THIS BOOK! OR A STUDENT THAT IS NOT SLIGHLY ABOVE GRADE LEVEL IN HISTORY. There is enormous amount of information in this book and it may too overwhelming for students that already struggle with history.
    I used this for the last quarter with my 6th grade students to "bridge" there curriculm and ready them for 7th grade. The book was used mostly as a reader with open discussion on what was read and a supplemental biography on period person was required. Reports from my 7th grade students were that they were WAY AHEAD of their classmate and the teachers love the intellectual discussion they could add to the class as she introduced various world

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