Abeka Bible (12)
The focus and theme of the twelfth grade Abeka Bible is on the beginning and the end. First semester focuses on Genesis: First Things (176 pgs., pb) covering the creation story, first people, first nations, Abraham, and the patriarchs of Israel. This is a great bible course to pick up as a first-time introduction to Bible as the first chapter covers what the Bible is, the impact of the Bible, and then introduces Genesis and the beginnings of God’s Word. Second semester focuses on Book of the Revelation: Church History Lives of Great Missionaries and The Cults (250 pgs., pb) with discussions on the end times, the relevancy of the Churches in Revelation, the rapture, and the tribulation. Designed as a 4-day/week course, and featuring a spiral learning approach, lessons follow a structure of: prayer; verse memorization, teach, and review (scripture is in the KJV).
Each course comes with Teacher Editions of the text in full, with helpful teaching guidance’s, scope and sequences, study questions and answers, tips for quizzes, and daily plans (these daily plans are outlines, not scripted lessons). The full-color, non-consumable Student Text also has a corresponding Student Quizzes/Test booklet, and Teacher Quiz/Test Key booklet available. For music correlating with this course, you can utilize the Sing His Praises Hymns and Choruses hymnal and also visit the Abeka website to purchase audio CD’s for each course. ~Rebeccahelp desk software