Understanding the times starts with understanding times past—but teaching history is hard, right? It doesn’t have to be. This workshop will show you how to make history fun, relevant, and memorable—from the ancients to modern days. Dig into timelines, maps, hands-on projects, teaching methods, and more! Learn how to ignite your students’ love of learning and marvel at the hand of God together through your study of history.
You will learn:
- How to approach history
Biblical and secular history; chronological and thematic approaches; goals for studying history; scope and sequence
- How to use history as your curriculum spine
How to tie together your history, geography, literature, science, and more
- What to do with timelines and projects: on the wall, in a book, in your head
How to use timelines, timeline formats, figures, and tips; fun and effective research and reporting; projects that will knock your socks off
- What to do next
Resources, advice, and how to take the next step
Ideal for homeschool parents and teachers of all grade levels. Homeschoolers and non-homeschoolers alike will enjoy this talk.
This talk can be given as a workshop or an interview (30–60 minutes; 45 minutes with a Q&A afterward is ideal).
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