- Daily Lesson Plans (purchase one per additional student or photocopy for siblings)
- Answer Key for U.S. History to 1877
- Thinking Like a Christian Student Journal (purchase one per additional student)
- Thinking Like a Christian Teaching Textbook with Parent/Teacher Guide (MFW Exclusive Edition)
- Thinking Like a Christian DVD
- Assumptions That Affect Our Lives
- Growing Up Christian
- Christian Character (purchase one per additional student)
- American Literature Supplement
- Early American Literature
- Teacher's Guide for Early American Literature
- Of Plymouth Plantation
- Scarlet Letter Progeny Press Guide
- Four Great American Classics (The Scarlet Letter, Red Badge of Courage, Billy Budd, The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn)
- The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin
- Ann Judson: A Missionary Life for Burma
- Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass
- 101 Great American Poems
- Easy Grammar Ultimate Series: Grade 11 (photocopy or purchase one per additional student)
- U.S. History Timeline Book (purchase one per additional student)
- United States History Student Text (BJU Press)
- United States History Student Activities (purchase one per additional student)
- United States History Student Activities Answer Key
- United States History Tests (purchase one per additional student)
- United States History Tests Answer Key
- Under God Student Text
- Never Before in History
- And a free gift:
- U.S. Government
- Grammar Review
- Descriptive Timeline
- Historical Documents and Speeches
- Early Explorers to Reconstruction
- American Literature Analysis from a Biblical Worlview
- 10 Specific Aspects of Biblical Worldview
Lesson plans are written to the student for parent-guided independent work. There are 36 weeks of lessons, five days a week, with a somewhat lighter schedule on most Fridays. On Fridays, the student and parent have a conference to discuss the week's topics and review completed work.
- Develop a consistent Biblical worldview in the areas of theology, philosophy, biology, psychology, ethics, sociology, law, politics, economics, and history. Study Thinking Like a Christian by David Noebel and Chuck Edwards of Summit Ministrie, and Assumptions That Affect Our Lives. Includes a daily journal and projects.
- Grow in applying God's truths to daily life through the encouragement and challenges in Growing Up Christian and Christian Character.
- Participate in service projects chosen and/or developed by the student and the parent/teacher.
U.S. History to 1877 and Government
- Study from early exploration to the Civil War and Reconstruction periods. Assignments include extension activities with maps, comprehension questions, and chapter tests. One semester credit. (U.S. history after 1877 is studied the following year.)
- Study U.S. government with comprehension questions, chapter tests, and related projects. One semester credit.
- Optional: Attempt CLEP college credit for U.S. History 1 at the end of the year. Prepare with the study guide CLEP History of the United States I (available separately).
- Read historical documents such as the Mayflower Compact and early political speeches.
- Read literature written during the historical periods being studied. The primary focus is analyzing the author's worldview in light of a Biblical worldview. All the literature is fully scheduled in the lesson plans so that assigned readings coordinate with history events being studied. Assignments include questions for some of the literature as well as short answer/essay assignments. For several weeks students select reading books from a recommended list.
- Review grammar (punctuation, capitalization, parts of speech, etc.) 5-10 minutes each day to improve the accuracy of the student's writing and assist in ACT/SAT review.
- Optional: Attempt CLEP college credit for English at the end of the year. Prepare with the study guide CLEP College Composition (available separately).