History I – Ancient – T/Th 11:00 AM with Adrienne Bowling (2024-2025)

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Text: BiblioPlan Remember the Days Year One 

Hands on Maps Advanced Year 1 for Middles 

*You can get these on used sites 

A 3-ringed notebook to hold papers, printouts, and projects. 

A printer available for printing.

Prerequisites: Your student needs to be able to read on a 6th grade level, be able to write at least three paragraphs, and be able to sit for at least 40 min and dialogue with the teacher.

History I covers World and Biblical History from Creation through the Fall of Rome. Chronologically speaking, it starts with the seven days of Creation, and ends with the demise of the last Western Roman Emperor in AD 476.

On the World History side, it starts with the four oldest known civilizations: Egyptian, Sumerian, Harappan and Chinese. It flows from there to the great empires of the Ancient Near East—from Egyptian and Akkadian to Assyrian, Babylonian, Hittite, Persian and more. Then came the Greco-Persian Wars, Classical Greece, the Roman Republic and the Roman Empire. Mixed in are empires and cultures from China, India, the Americas, and Africa beyond Egypt.

On the Biblical History side, History I covers both the Old Testament and the New. Since the events in the Bible all happened in ancient times, all our Biblical History falls in this era.This year we will read all the way up until the Messiah. Later years cover Church History and the spreading of Orthodoxy.


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