Biblical Worldview Teacher's Edition (ESV)
Biblical Worldview Creation, Fall, Redemption Teacher's Edition supports teachers with prompts for in-class discussion and objectives that help identify main points for sections and chapters. The Lesson Plan Overview Chart helps teachers plan ahead with an estimated number of days to spend on the material. Instructions for guided debates, group activities, writing assignments, and current events research are also included.
A worldview is the lens through which one views life. That lens can be naturalism, secularism, postmodernism, or many others. This study presents life through the lens of the Bible. Students will learn to apply Creation, Fall and Redemption to real-life issues that they may be facing in high school, and will definitely encounter beyond. This is a Bible-first approach and shows the role of faith in all situations.
The softcover Student Textbook is 471 pages, divided into chapters on worldview, creation, fall, redemption, marriage/gender roles & family, government & politics, science, history, and arts & culture. A memory verse is listed at the beginning of each chapter and vocabulary words with definitions are in the margins. Chapters are divided into numbered sections and each section is rounded out with 'Think it Through' questions. A chapter review sums up the contents, asking students to really think about and apply what they have just learned.
The Student Activity Manual offers written activities that correspond with the content of the text.
The Teacher Edition includes prompts for discussion and objectives that help identify main points for sections and chapters. The Lesson Plan Overview Chart helps plan ahead and how to organize the material. Instructions for guided debates, group activities, writing assignments, and current events research are also included.
This curriculum is now available in either the ESV or the KJV Bible editions of te. The content remains the same, but you can choose the Bible version you prefer. Biblical Worldview will guide students to apply Scripture to life issues and grow spiritually. ~ Donna
Secondary level materials are serious Bible study, covering the entire Bible over the course of the series. Essential materials are the Teacher Editions and Student Worktexts.
A complete Bible curriculum at every level, with daily lesson plans, student materials, visuals, and (at some levels) accompanying music tape. All but the K4 level have a consumable student worktext. Required materials are listed first under each grade level. An asterisk (*) proceeding the item means it is optional. Complete Home School kits contain all essential materials to teach one child. Optional materials are useful to the course, but not vital. Teacher Picture Packets (grades K5-1) contain full-color 12" x 18" pictures correlated to lessons in the course.