Mystery of History Vol. 2 Early Church-Middle Age

Mystery of History Vol. 2 Early Church-Middle Age

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Linda Hobar, the author of this world history series, states in the beginning of this book, "I believe history is the story of God revealing Himself to mankind and that He did it most perfectly through the person of Jesus Christthe "mystery" is the gospel of Jesus Christ." What a refreshing and different view from most world history curriculums! Those looking for a world history program that aligns the stories of mankind with the living story of God will truly appreciate this Bible-centered approach to the history of the world. Picking up where Volume 1 leaves off, this volume begins with the Pentecost and the first followers of Jesus (including Paul) around 29 A.D and chronologically continues through the early church and moves into the Middle Ages, covering the years through about 1456 A.D. The format of this book is very similar to that of the first volume; however, there are some small differences. Firstly, there are fewer lessons (84 as opposed to 108), but these lessons are slightly longer, offering more information on a given topic. Lessons generally take the form of real-life biographies, sharing the stories of men and women who changed the world while simultaneously showing the relationship between God and the world during that period. Another new feature is the bolding of key words to aid students in finding the information again later for activity or vocabulary purposes. As in the first book, this volume includes pretests to be given at the beginning of each week, end of the week reviews, memory card suggestions, bi-weekly quizzes, quarterly worksheets, and two semester tests. Memory cards are fact cards that students create for each lesson, capturing the main points and dates on an easy to review flashcard. The end of the week reviews continue to hold timeline and mapping exercises, providing students with helpful visuals of when important figures lived and where places studied are located. This volume also contains even more activities following each lesson than the first volume. This is simply to provide you with more choices, not to overwhelm you with feeling like you should do them all! These activities are generally categorized into younger, middle, and older student activities in order to accommodate the curriculum to a wider spread of grade levels, with the youngest comprised of many hands-on activities to help them experience history, middle activities a combination of hands-on exercises with research, and the older ideas centering on research, encouraging students to learn more and dig deeper into the people and lessons from history. The activities and memory cards, as well as the weekly and quarterly reviews and tests, are meant to ensure long-term retention of the key events and people throughout history, as opposed to the short term memory capacity we often hold history (and other subjects!) lessons in. The back of this hefty 700-page book contains the outline maps for the lessons, additional fun supplemental activities, suggestions of books and resources for further study of many of the topics, a chart of materials needed for the activities found in each lesson, and a full answer key. The fascinating journey across the continents continues as students discover who lived when and the way God worked His plan throughout this period of history. ~ Steph
Category Description for Mystery of History:

This four-volume world history series provides students with a biblically-based and engaging overview of leading events and personalities from creation to the early 21st century. The series is chronological in structure while employing a number of classical education methods. Volume 1 examines Ancient History, Volume 2 the Middle Ages, Volume 3 the Renaissance, Reformation & Growth of Nations, while Volume 4 studies Revolutions to Rising Times (1708 - 2010). Each volume has from 28 to 36 weekly lessons. The essential resources at each level are the Student Text (Reader) and separate Companion Guide that includes research and writing exercises, map and timeline work, quarterly worksheets, tests and quizzes, and a wide variety of hands-on activities. The Guides (pdf files) are available, depending on the volume, in print form, as a CD, and/or in digital download format. Optional resources include audio versions of each text, as well as "super supplemental" CD's in PDF format that feature coloring pages, notebooking sheets and extra challenge/enrichment plans that can be printed at will.


Linda Hobar, the author of this world history series, states in this book, "I believe history is the story of God revealing Himself to mankind and that He did it most perfectly through the person of Jesus Christ... the "mystery" is the gospel of Jesus Christ." What a refreshing and different view from most world history curriculums! Those looking for a world history program that aligns the stories of mankind with the living story of God will truly appreciate this Bible-centered approach to world history. Picking up where Volume 1 leaves off, this volume begins with the Pentecost and the first followers of Jesus (including Paul) around 29 A.D and continues through the early church and into the Middle Ages, covering the years through about 1456 A.D. The format of this book is very similar to that of the first volume; however, there are some small differences. Firstly, there are fewer lessons (84 as opposed to 108), but these lessons are slightly longer, offering more information on a given topic. Lessons generally take the form of real-life biographies, sharing the stories of men and women who changed the world while simultaneously showing the relationship between God and the world during that period. Another new feature is the bolding of key words to aid students in finding the information again later for activity or vocabulary purposes. As in the first book, this volume includes pretests to be given at the beginning of each week, end of the week reviews, memory card suggestions, bi-weekly quizzes, quarterly worksheets, and two semester tests. Memory cards are fact cards that students create for each lesson, capturing the main points and dates on an easy to review flashcard. The end of the week reviews continue to hold timeline and mapping exercises, providing students with helpful visuals of when important figures lived and where places studied are located. This volume also contains even more activities following each lesson than the first volume. This is simply to provide you with more choices, not to overwhelm you with feeling like you should do them all! These activities are generally categorized into younger, middle, and older student activities in order to accommodate the curriculum to a wider spread of grade levels, with the youngest comprised of many hands-on activities to help them experience history, middle activities a combination of hands-on exercises with research, and the older ideas centering on research, encouraging students to learn more and dig deeper into the people and lessons from history. The activities and memory cards, as well as the weekly and quarterly reviews and tests, are meant to ensure long-term retention of the key events and people throughout history, as opposed to the short term memory capacity we often hold history (and other subjects!) lessons in. The back of this hefty 700-page book contains the outline maps for the lessons, additional fun supplemental activities, suggestions of books and resources for further study of many of the topics, a chart of materials needed for the activities found in each lesson, and a full answer key. The fascinating journey across the continents continues as students discover who lived when and the way God worked His plan throughout this period of history.

A Companion Guide CD-ROM holds printable reproducibles from Volume Two. These include pre-tests, quizzes, exercises, worksheets, tests, maps, and appendix pages. No more photocopying if you have more than one student, and you'll be able to preserve your textbook! The CD-ROM is PC/Mac compatible with Adobe Reader (a free download).

The Audio CD Set allows you to listen to author Linda Lacour Hobar read the complete and unabridged text. Students can read along with the author as she narrates the stories or just sit back and listen. Please note the CDs contain the story lessons only and do not include pretests, activities, quizzes, and so forth. At some points in the narration, music has been added behind the author's voice, but non-musical versions are also available for download on the publisher's website. 12 CDs, running time 13 hours, 58 minutes. ~ Steph




Category Description for Biblioplan for Families:

Its as amazing as it always was and yet its so much better! For years BiblioPlan meant a series of four time-period-specific planning guides for world history. Using a spine and incorporating first-rate literature suggestions, they provided the framework for anyone wanting to study world history chronologically and classically. Then a few years ago, they started adding components and we wondered exactly where they were headed. Now we have a good idea and its looking good. The name BiblioPlan is still synonymous with classical chronological world history but what is available now is a full-bodied, full-color curriculum rather than a framework. Its comprehensive and thorough while providing ease of use and minimum teacher prep. They allow students of all ages to work on the same eras at the same time. Theres also flexibility. You can still use just the framework (Family Guide) or you can add some or all of the components. You can take a general approach and incorporate multiple ages at once or you can use material that targets particular education levels (i.e., upper middle school). Older children can help younger children and children of all ages will be making memories as they work together. Biblioplan puts you in the drivers seat with full controls.

Ancient, Medieval, and Modern America & World History are completely revised and all components are available. Early America & World History is currently "under construction" and will be available early in 2014. The unrevised versions are still available but are listed separately to avoid confusion.

BiblioPlan Family Guides

provide the structural framework for the program a full years worth of history and literature readings. There are four Guides, one for each of the four classical (chronological) time periods Ancient, Medieval, Early America & World, and Modern America & World (inspired by the Well-Trained Mom). This is the product that used to BE Biblioplan. In other words, when you said Biblioplan these guides are what you meant. Designed by a group of homeschooling moms for themselves, this guide gives you 34 weekly spreadsheets; each a comprehensive lesson plan. Their goal was to integrate quality historical literature with biblical and secular history. They put together an easy-to-follow plan which requires minimal parental prep covering the historical topic (Classtime), a Psalm study, References and Resources for textual information about the topic, Literature selections of the Week (for grades K-2, 3+, 5+ and 8+), a Family Read Aloud suggestion, Writing Ideas, Optional Fiction & Resources, and suggested Activities. Introductory information includes the usual "how to find books" and "how to use the plan" information as well as the book lists for both the scheduled and the optional literature. If your family includes older students, then youll be glad to know that a supplement for high school is included. Theres more! Prior to each Era (for instance, Early Christianity and the Rise of Islam, Europe & the Crusades, etc. for the Medieval history) there are several additional pages of reference material annotated book lists for the Readers, the Family Read Alouds, and the Optional Resources/Fiction.

If it sounds like the Family Guides might be all you need you would be correct. Theyre comprehensive and thorough; in general, well-constructed plans. You could complete four years (plus four more if you wanted) of interesting history, absorbing literature, and engaging activity possibilities using just these Guides. You may also want to ensure you have access to some or all of the frequently-referenced "spine resources" if you go this route. These include Story of the World, Mystery of History, The Kingfisher History Encyclopedia, The Usborne Encyclopedia of World History, or History of US. However, if you like to have perfectly coordinated, quality material at your fingertips rather than scrambling for it then you can incorporate one or more of the following components.

BiblioPlan Companion

There is one for each time period. Essentially, these are historical textbooks but not like any youve seen before. For one thing they provide both textual information (in a narrative prose style) and enrichment supplements. For another, theyre spiral-bound so they lay flat and color-coordinated so you know instantly if youre reading history text (black & white) or about people and special events (various colored backgrounds). These are books which beg to be pored over. In the random pages open before me from the Medieval Companion, there is a section on Muslim food laws and their rituals for newborns, a description of a tughra (Ottoman sultans signature) with gorgeous, artistic examples and a Turkish paper decorating technique ebru. In the Giants of the Faith section is a biographical sketch of Saint George and the Dragon which continues onto the next page and includes a large, glorious artwork reproduction of the same. There is a pattern to the information provided for each chapter (34 in each Companion one for each week): Geography Focus, History Focus, Fascinating Facts, Mystifying Myths, Interesting Individuals, Fascinating Foods, Church History Focus, Critical Concepts, and Giants of the Faith. Just in case theres any doubt, the Companions and all the BiblioPlanmaterials have a consistent biblical and Christian worldview. The Companions provide all the necessary textual information for the Classtime and greatly reduce, or even eliminate, the need for any outside historical reference books or spines. That being said, some may still choose to use the recommended spine readings in order to provide even more historical perspective and textual information.

BiblioPlan Cool History

provides weekly assignment sheets at four different grade level groupings Littles (K-2), Middles (2-6), Upper Middles (6-8), and Advanced (8-12). Its pretty easy to surmise that the goal of these is to allow a family to challengingly study the same time period and the same topics but at their own distinct levels. Templates for a year-long project Giants of the Faith Book are provided along with coordination of coloring pages (lower levels), Giants of the Faith suggestions, and hands-on activities (i.e. crafts, again for the lower levels). There are subtle grade-appropriate variations in the levels but these pages include reading assignments and questions taken from the Companion readings. The Littles book has suggested reading assignments that point to certain sections of the Companions of interest to younger students and Globe Fun (introductory map activities). The Middles and Upper Middles have an Optional Bonus Question or Activity. Both the Upper Middles and the Advanced include periodic (about every six weeks) exams. The Advanced assignment sheets have assorted questions fill in the blank, short answers, short essays (all taken from the Companions) and research essays (outside of Companions). If youre concerned about answers to all these questions they do exist but they arent in the Cool History books. Its necessary to contact the publisher (contactus@biblioplan.net) for permission to download the answers. Im impressed with the general breadth and scope of these assignment sheets. Theyre obviously designed for review, retention, and reinforcement. And, in general, theyre visually appealing with full color illustrations. However, the space for writing answers seems irregular (Middles is too small 3/16" line spacing; Upper Middles has no lines) and may mean it will work best for your students to transfer all answers to notebooks/binders.

BiblioPlan Hands On Maps

provides one or two full-color maps each week that correspond to the weeks lesson content. Instructions for the maps are printed directly on the map. While students may need to gather a little helpful information from the Companions and/or a world map, students will be able to complete the maps at their level more or less on their own. The Middles maps set has suggestions for K-2, 3+, and 5+ students. The Advanced maps set includes six geography exams as well as a geography scope and sequence. The same set of maps is included in both books but the Middles includes some prompts and partial information that make them easier to complete.

BiblioPlan Timelines & Figures

are well-crafted supplements with one distinct advantage over many other timelines theyre in color. The spiral-bound books can be used "as is" or the pages removed and the timeline mounted on a wall or the pages three-hole punched and the timeline placed into a binder which would allow your student to create an entire timeline in one place. Lots of flexibility here. The timeline consists of one or more colored strips (color varies with the time period) plus dated notes on particular events. The student cuts out the graphics and pictures (located in the back of the book) and inserts them in the appropriate place. The Ancient Timeline includes a single timeline. The Medieval, Renaissance and Reformation Timeline includes two timelines one for church history and one for "regular" history. The America and the World Timeline features facing pages one for the Americas and one for the World. As mentioned earlier, the Timeline Figures are mostly in color (some 19th and 20th century figures are prints of original black and white photos) and, frankly, very eye-catching. Figures include portraits, artifacts, geographical features, monuments and buildings, photos or drawings of events, and much more.

BiblioPlan Craft Book

provides over one hundred crafts that correlate with the Family Guides. These are the crafts referenced in the Cool History assignment sheets. And I must say, the book I examined (Medieval) was very impressive. I would have loved to have such a well-illustrated and well-explained variety of crafts and projects to accompany our history studies. On the random page I opened, there are seven crafts which flow from four separate weeks (by the way, there are seven additional projects for those same four weeks the average is over three per week). A few require materials from other sources but most include directions; all include full-color pictures. Heres the selection: Porcelain Painting (buy a kit), Hold a Japanese Tea Ceremony (get details from internet), Make a Kharbhooja Sharbat Drink (directions), Make a Flying Dragon Head (directions), Make a Chinese Dragon (directions), Make a Yurt (directions), Make a Chinese Cricket Cage (directions). Patterns where needed are provided in the back of the book. This book is fully integrated with the BiblioPlan program but could also be used as a supplement to another world history study.

The BiblioPlan Coloring Book

provides coloring sheets to accompany the lessons. These are referenced in both the Family Guides and the Cool History for Littles assignment sheets. There is at least one and often two pages per week.

The BiblioPlan Family Discussion Guide

is for families who want some help in broadening their history studies into thoughtful family discussions. These Guides provide discussion starters that will help you guide your students into a better understanding of the connections between secular history and their Christian faith. One of the advantages of the Discussion Guide is that they allow you to lead discussions without having to study everything in the Companion yourself.

Remember the Days

is a historical textbook series specifically designed for younger readers (K-6). Covering the same topics (World History, U.S. History, Church History, and Geography) as the Companion and having the same 34 weeks of study, there are more fun stories and more "young" appeal. While you will most likely need to read to your early elementary students, upper elementary students will be able to handle much of the reading on their own. Currently Volume 2 (Medieval Days) and Volume 3 (Early Modern Days) are available with the other two expected over the next two years.

BiblioPlan Cool History Classic

is a republished version of an older edition of the Cool History books. In this version (which did not have grade level grouping designations), questions are based on the textual content of Susan Wise Bauers Story of the World rather than on the BiblioPlan Companions.

So, if your whole family is ready to dig into world history and you want flexibility, an excellent road map, comprehensive textual information, and colorful, engaging reinforcement and enrichment possibilities, then look no further than the new, reconstructed BiblioPlan. ~ Janice




Primary Subject
History/Geography
Grade Start
4
Grade End
8
ISBN
9781892427069
Binding
Perfect
Pages
715
Edition
Illustrated
Language
English
Series Title
Mystery of History Ser.
Audience
General Adult
Format
Paperback Book
Brand Name
Bright Ideas
Weight
3.9 (lbs.)
Dimensions
11.0" x 8.5" x 1.5"
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We enjoyed Volume 1 of MoH and now are moving on to V2!
Shane W on Sep 7, 2019
We have been using MOH as our spine for our coop classes. parents each purchase a book to have at home and then students gather once a week to review and talk about what they learned during the week
Cindy M on Aug 23, 2019
We enjoyed Volume 1 of MoH and now are moving on to V2!
Shane W on Sep 7, 2019
I read the reviews and saw that they were really good .
Mary P on Aug 28, 2019
We have been using MOH as our spine for our coop classes. parents each purchase a book to have at home and then students gather once a week to review and talk about what they learned during the week
Cindy M on Aug 23, 2019
CO-OP course
Marc r on Aug 22, 2019
I was ordering other books and needed this one for our son's history class at our co-op.
Michele L on Aug 20, 2019
Solid biblical truth
Aimee D on Aug 20, 2019
its easy to use and the information relates to bible history. It helps us make connections with other events going on in the world better than any other curriculum weve used.
Holly M on Aug 16, 2019
Loved Volume 1. Must try Volume 2.
Christina F on Aug 15, 2019
This curriculum comes highly recommended by some homeschooling friends of ours. I like the idea that it combines a solid knowledge of the Bible with events of history. It's lovely to incorporate Bible and History--less lesson-planning for me and more enrichment of my son's knowledge of how God had been active in His world from the beginning!
Michon Z on Jul 23, 2019
This is the next book in the series, we have really enjoyed the others
Krista L on May 15, 2019
We really enjoy the MOH lessons, materials, and content.
Diana D on Apr 17, 2019
WinterPromise Quest for the Middle Ages
User on Apr 1, 2019
My 7th grader really likes MOH Vol. 1 so moving on to Vol. 2.
Crystal H on Dec 6, 2018
We have been using Mystery of History Volume 1 and my kids loved it!
Sara H on Oct 9, 2018
This is the book her teacher is using.
Vickie S on Aug 8, 2018
Excellent series! Easy-to-use format and great activities. My son now wants to do his history lesson first every day! He loved the first volume- looking forward to volume 2!
Maura B on Aug 3, 2018
Love Mystery of History its global view of what is happening at that time period division of quarters and ability to buy one book to teach across multiple ages.
Jenny A on Aug 1, 2018
FINISHED VOLUME 1 THIS SUMMER UNEXPECTEDLY AND WANT TO MOVE ON
LISA J on Jul 26, 2018
Co-op chosen curriculum
Teresa N on Jul 5, 2018
my wife decided this would be the best history curriculum that reinforces what is being covered in Classical Conversations for our three children
Brent J on Jun 18, 2018
We use Biblioplan for our history schedule and I read from both Story of the World and Mystery of History for our spine.
Jennifer M on Jun 14, 2018
I love the integration of Biblical and Historical data.
Kim on May 30, 2018
To go along with the IEW online writing class (same time period history) our family is taking next year
Kimberly S on May 25, 2018
same as above
Anita B on Mar 27, 2018
I love this program! Very adaptable for use at home only, or in my case to teach junior high history in a co-op situation. We are using Volume 1 this year and I am very excited to cover Volume 2 next year. I prefer this program to all others because of the seamless way it covers ALL history, rather than separating out biblical narratives. It gives the student a truer picture of how time and the story of humankind has unfolded.
Gina C on Feb 28, 2018
used volume 1 and loved it
Kaylee W on Jan 30, 2018
Highly Recommended
Cynthia M on Oct 20, 2017
The Mystery of History series is beautifully written and illustrated, and has fostered in our daughter a deep love for learning history. She actually uses these books for pleasure reading!
Jill K on Sep 8, 2017
school
Erin T on Aug 30, 2017
My daughter loves this curriculum!
Angela W on Aug 28, 2017
Required text for a class
Yvonne M on Aug 22, 2017
my son loved the cds from story of the world and this was before he could read well, now he loves reading and requested this textbook.
Rochelle K on Aug 21, 2017
We loved "Mystery of History 4," and wanted to start further back, with early church history. My son will be a Junior in high school, and we find this history very user-friendly!
Laura H on Jul 27, 2017
Required
Wendy H on Jul 19, 2017
We did MOH Vol. 1 for 3rd grade last year and look forward to continuing with Vol 2! So interesting and love how it combines world history with Bible.
Emily M on Jul 10, 2017
My children, 3rd and 7th grade, are doing World History this year. I wanted a chronological history that told the history of the world, while including which Biblical events were going on. I have always wanted to learn what was going on all over the world at the same time, as opposed to what was going on in one place over all of time.
Heather on Jul 5, 2017
Heard good things of Mystery of History. This will be our first year incorporating MOH in our studies.
Genevie D on Jul 1, 2017
We loved Mystery of History Volume 1
Erika C on Mar 27, 2017
Finishing up Vol 1 now and we loved it!
Courtney E on Mar 22, 2017
we really loved volume one of this book. I enjoy that I can use it for multiple grade levels
moonstar m on Mar 11, 2017
biblical aspect of history
Darleth O on Feb 4, 2017
co op class
Tania B on Jan 15, 2017
Great History program!
Jill K on Nov 29, 2016
homeschool
Charlotte Y on Nov 27, 2016
My children choose this.
Sean H on Nov 26, 2016
This looks like a good chronological history with a Christ centered stance.
Sarah A on Nov 9, 2016
Because we were done with volume 1
Veronica S on Oct 31, 2016
love her writing style and supplemental books -looking for a history core book that includes good church history
tammy b on Oct 29, 2016
We decided to do Bright Ideas Press Illuminations curriculum. The hands on approach is something my boys wanted.
Carrie S on Oct 20, 2016
Did Mystery of History Vol 1 and love this curriculum
Jody B on Sep 8, 2016
I read the reviews and saw that they were really good .
Mary P on Aug 28, 2019
CO-OP course
Marc r on Aug 22, 2019
Is this the hardcover 3rd edition?
Jodie R on Aug 19, 2019
BEST ANSWER: From what I understand there is not a hardcover edition for volume 2 yet. There is one for volumes 3 and 4, and volume 1 has just come out in hardcover but none for 2 yet. I'm sure it will be next.
Is there a Bible curriculum you can recommend to go alongside this, so we can go more in depth?
Beth E on Jul 10, 2018
BEST ANSWER: What a great question! I don't know what ages you're teaching but this time period is rich with church history so I would think a Bible study on the core beliefs of the gospel would be awesome. You could use a gospel primer or maybe something like the navigators tools for discipling others. Maybe focus on a specific concept each few weeks with a verse to memorize each week. So many ideas, make it fun.
Is this a hardcover textbook or does it have 3 ring holes to add to a binder?
User on Jul 11, 2017
BEST ANSWER: The books we are currently (7/17) stocking in the warehouse are paperback and three-hole punched.
Is this Volume 2 like a hardcover textbook or does it have three ring holes to place in a binder?
A shopper on Jul 11, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Volume 2 is a softcover textbook. However, it does have three ring holes and perforated pages if you choose to put it in a binder or you can cut off the outer binding and have it spiral bound.
is this the text book or the companion guide? the image is of the table of contents of what looks like the companion guide w activities.
A shopper on Sep 22, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I would say Volume II is all of the above. The book includes the text, with worksheets, activities, pretests, quizzes, and answer key. We also have Volume III, which is only the text. Weird.
Are the pages perforated?
A shopper on Jul 13, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Yes, the pages are perforated. They are also punched so that you can just take the pages out and put them into a three-ring binder.
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Love this curriculum
I absolutely love Mystery of History we have used it for 2 years now and will use it for the next 2 as well. It has a great mixture of activities to go along with the lessons, they have different levels to meet every grade leveland it is Christian yeslt still strong on historical content.
May 3, 2019
Purchased
1 year ago
Linear and Christ-centered. Our entire family loves the Mystery of History series and would highly recommend it to both homeschooling families and general lovers of history lovers alike. It will be a great addition to your library!
November 29, 2018
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Great History curriculum
I highly recommend the Mystery of History series. I used the first volume for my daughter's 7th grade history and we are currently using the 2nd one for her 8th grade history. I like how it comes from a strongly Christian point of view.
November 8, 2018
Purchased
1 year ago
We love the conversational tone and how thorough the content is.
September 9, 2018
Purchased
1 year ago
Not as good in accuracy as the first
Starting to feel the bias against the Catholic church, or just ignorance here.
May 14, 2018
Purchased
over 3 years ago
Good product but wrong grade range for my children
This product will work better with students in older grades than mine are. Would work best with middle school through high school
June 21, 2017
Purchased
over 3 years ago

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