World History and Literature
Package and Individual Items
World History and Literature is a one-year curriculum for high school that integrates history, English, and Bible (3 full-year credits). As students journey through the curriculum's pre-planned daily lessons, they will experience spiritual growth as they read the entire New Testament and other thought-provoking Christian literature. Students will also engage in readings and analysis of classic literature written in or about the historical period being studied while learning valuable research and composition methods.
Daily lesson plans are in an easy-to-use weekly chart format that lists each subject with the appropriate book titles and page numbers to complete each day.
Ready-to-use reproducible maps and activities will help your student gain a better grasp of history. Covers all the major events and empires through the ages.
From ancient to modern times, these detailed historical maps will give the student a grasp of countries and empires throughout the ages. From borders to battles, this atlas covers the major events of history.
William Shakespeare and Alan Durband
Shakespeare made easy! The modern English version side-by-side with the full original text helps the student better understand this classic play concerning the events surrounding the assassination of Julius Caesar.
One of the first works of literature in English, this epic poem follows the adventures of Beowulf as he defeats monsters and dragons. This classic contains the original Old English text with the easy-to-read modern English translation of Seamus Heaney.
Brother Lawrence and Frank Laubach
Containing both the original text of Brother Lawrence's Practicing the Presence of God and the letters of missionary Frank Laubach, this volume chronicles these men's experience of focusing on the constant presence of Jesus Christ in their lives.
Follow Pilgrim and his family as they journey from the City of Destruction to the Celestial City in this classic story of Pilgrim's Progress retold in modern English. This volume contains both parts of the work, detailing the pilgrimage of Christian and the pilgrimage of his wife, Christiana, and their children.
In this story of love, disappointment, and redemption, the weaver of Raveloe learns the true meaning of happiness. Silas Marner comes to understand the greatest treasure is the gift of family.
Against the backdrop of the French Revolution's Reign of Terror, this classic tale unfolds. From London to Paris and back again, follow a story of love, loyalty, and sacrifice as Dickens interweaves the lives of several families affected by these tumultuous times.
Follow the story of Elizabeth Bennett and Fitzwilliam Darcy as they grow from an initial reaction of disdain to feelings of love. More than a tale of upper class society in Regency era England, this novel touches on the core issues of relationships, making it one of the most popular novels in British literature.
Follow Stephen Kumalo, an aging Zulu priest, as he attempts to find his family in Johannesburg. Set amid the racial and economic divisions of South Africa and the resulting societal disintegration, this story demonstrates the love and hope of God.
The biography of Hudson Taylor, founder of China Inland Mission. From his conversion as a teenager to his final breath in China, Taylor was a shining example of dependence on God and a heart for missions.
Corrie ten Boom
Read the riveting account of Corrie ten Boom and her family as they hide Jews from the Nazis during World War II. Arrested and sent to Ravensbruck concentration camp, only Corrie survives to tell how faith and forgiveness triumphs over evil.
In this classic allegory, the overworked, mistreated animals revolt against the tyranny of Farmer Jones and attempt to establish a paradise of progress, justice, and equality. The result, however, is the emergence of a totalitarianism that is just as terrible for all the animals except the leaders.
Charles M. Sheldon
The story of a church congregation whose members are challenged to not take a single action without first asking, "What would Jesus do?" Discover how this crucial question can transform not only individual lives, but an entire town.
With concise, easy-to-use guidelines, examples, and strategies, this handbook will improve your student's writing skills and serve as a resource for years to come.
Covering the period of 449 to 1798, this volume presents excerpts of important British literature. This parallel text edition with the original English on one side and a modern, easy-to-understand paraphrase on the facing page will help your student to fully understand these classic works.
Answer key for British Literature.
Timeline figures to use with the World History Timeline Book.
Timeline figures to use with the World History Timeline Book.
Plantagenet Somerset Fry
From the beginning of civilization to the present, experience a visual chronology of world history. This exclusive My Father's World version is based on the 3rd (green) edition, but begins with "The First Civilizations" (B.C.), omitting 22 pages of prehistoric man and animals found in other editions. This beautiful, full-color, 378-page hardcover book would be a great addition to any family library, and is especially recommended for junior high, high school, and parent reference.
Oversized timeline book with color-coded lines for different continents and disciplines.
Within the pages of this book you will find a generation by generation account of the lives of great and godly men and women who have changed the world for Christ, from the time our great Master walked the earth to the present day. These heroes of our faith were appointed by God and granted supernatural courage and strength to stand up against tyranny and unbelief, and carry the torch of divine truth in splendor and victory.
A thorough examination of the evidence that Jesus was more than a carpenter, he was God in the flesh. Considers the reliability of Scripture, the testimony of the disciples, and the clues to the authenticity of the resurrection.
Henry T. Blackaby and Claude V. King
This classic discipleship resource has been rewritten especially for teens. Discover how to hear and follow God in your daily life and how to experience God's power as He works through you.
Purchase one per additional student; one for each parent also recommended.
Discover how the beliefs of 17 cults and religions compare to Christianity.
Bruce Shelley and R.L. Hatchett
Church history comes alive in this classic text highly recommended for strong readers. Scheduled as an optional resource in the Daily Lesson Plans to add more thorough information about church history.
Recommended for World History and Literature. Purchase separately.
Compare the four major Christian interpretations of the end times.