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  • Adventist Resource
    Back to the Past Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Focuses on the Howick Historical Village in New Zealand, but also suggests benefits of making history real for the students in your own classroom.

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    Church History Grade 5-Lifelong
    The Adventist Book Center has many books about the history of the Adventist Church, notable figures in Adventism, and general church history books that may include, but are not limited to, the following titles: 1844 Made Simple; John Harvey Kellogg; A Brief...

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    Dealing with Historical Movies in the History and English Classroom Grade 9-Grade 12
    Given a correct understanding of how history and cinema interact, and how the cinema differs as a historical source from conventional records, the History teacher can make the most of movies as texts that reveal not so much what happened in history, but rather...

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    Developing Christian Values in the Adventist College Experience - An Example in the Teaching of History Tertiary-Lifelong
    An active, integrated program to teach values is absolutely essential in the Seventh-day Adventist college environment. Inggs explains Kohlberg's moral development and values education, focusing on the latter which is discussed in terms of approaches for its...

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    Famous American Research Project Grade 2-Grade 4
    This biographical research project was created as an extension activity for the second grade Pathways theme book, First Flight: The Story of Tom Tate and the Wright Brothers (not included in Pathways 2.0). It is a simplified version of a Wax Museum...

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    Geography Questions for Prentice Hall World Studies Textbooks Grade 5-Grade 6
    The comprehension questions and teacher answer key in this resource correspond to the four Social Studies textbooks are used in North American Adventist sixth grade classrooms (or in small schools may be used every other year in a 5th/6th grade classroom)....

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    History Through the Eyes of Faith Grade 11-Lifelong
    Integrating faith with introductory Western history, this text provides a Christian perspective on the major epochs, issues, and events of Western Civilization. It details the role of the Greeks and Hebrews, Jesus in history, the Renaissance, and more. Cosponsored...

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    Holocaust Literary and Research Unit Grade 9-Grade 12
    This unit is designed to cover a nine-week quarter for sophomore students. The book Night by Elie Weisel is the primary literary text, but portions of The Sunflower by Simon Wiesenthal, Maus by Art Spiegelman, and various poetry from Holocaust victims is included...

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    Human Dignity in the Midst of War Lessons Grade 7-Grade 12
    Help your students become informed global citizens and understand war’s complexities through engaging lessons spanning cultures and time presented at the 2012 NAD teacher convention. Students read and interpret case studies and short stories while listening...

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    Implications of the Christian Understanding of Human Nature for the Writing and Teaching of History Tertiary-Lifelong
    "In an effort to move to the direction of practical application, Land examines the assumptions and interpretations found in several historical works from the perspective of both philosophy of history and Christian theology. By focusing on the understanding...

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    Lest We Forget . . . The Total Historical Picture Grade 7-Grade 12
    "Much has happened over the last 160 years in our church and in our country. Since 1848, our church and our country have seen many changes and many firsts. Many events have challenged our very existence, but other events have shaped us in to what we are today."

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    Oral History in the Classroom - Integrating Faith, Learning, and Service Grade 7-Grade 12
    Looking for a way to engage students in history class? An oral-history project can have many benefits. Planning tips, question suggestions, and potential challenges are covered.

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    Social Studies Projects for Cycle 3 Grade 1-Grade 8
    This series of projects is aligned with cycle 3 of the Social Studies curriculum for Adventist small schools in North America. This resource is made up of instructions for students to complete each project. Many projects involve the integration of technology.

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    Teaching National History in the Context of the Biblical-Christian Worldview Grade 9-Lifelong
    Zhigankov presents an approach to teaching national history to high school and college students. With careful adaptation this approach can be used both in secular and Christian schools and colleges. This paper was presented at the 24th Institute of Christian...

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    The Nurture of Faith in the Teaching of Denominational History Tertiary-Lifelong
    Lindsay discusses how studying denominational history can nurture the faith of the student. The teacher needs to go beyond the dates and names. They need to encourage their students to study Adventist church history in a candid and honest way, seeing where...

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    The Scarlet Pimpernel Literature Unit Grade 7-Grade 10
    This literature unit is based around the historical fiction novel by Baroness Orczy, featuring the French Revolution. The intention is for there to be an assortment of comprehension strategies (similar to what you would find in a Pathways DLG), discussion...