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M.S. History








Annex 3


$22.50/week for 32 weeks and a one-time fee $50 supply fee

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Pamela Baker

The "Mystery of History" class, taught by Pamela Baker, is a Christian and Creation-based Curriculum designed for students in grades 6-8. This engaging course takes a unique approach to teaching history by standing firmly on the authority of the Bible. It aims to provide students with a comprehensive understanding of world history while emphasizing the importance of faith and biblical principles.Throughout the course, students will embark on an exciting journey through time, exploring the mysteries and wonders of history. The curriculum covers various historical periods, including ancient civilizations, the Middle Ages, the Renaissance, and beyond. By examining key events, influential figures, and significant cultural developments, students will gain a deeper appreciation for the tapestry of human history. One of the distinguishing features of the "Mystery of History" class is its commitment to presenting history from a creationist perspective. The curriculum acknowledges the biblical account of creation and integrates it into the study of world history. This approach allows students to explore the historical narrative through the lens of their Christian faith, fostering a deeper understanding of God's providence throughout history.

Benefits of "Mystery of History" Class:

1. Biblical Integration: The curriculum seamlessly integrates biblical teachings and principles into the study of history, helping students develop a holistic understanding of God's plan throughout the ages.

2. Faith Strengthening: By exploring history from a Christian perspective, students are encouraged to deepen their faith and develop a biblical worldview that can guide them in their personal lives.

3. Comprehensive Coverage: The curriculum covers a wide range of historical periods, ensuring that students receive a well-rounded education in world history.

4. Engaging Approach: The "Mystery of History" class employs interactive activities, storytelling, and hands-on projects to make the learning experience enjoyable and memorable.

5. Critical Thinking Skills: Students are encouraged to analyze historical events, evaluate different perspectives, and draw connections between the past and the present, fostering critical thinking skills.

6. Cultural Appreciation: By studying the diverse cultures and civilizations of the past, students develop a greater appreciation for the richness and complexity of human history.

7. Preparation for High School: The "Mystery of History" class provides a solid foundation for further historical studies in high school, equipping students with the knowledge and skills necessary for success.

Overall, the "Mystery of History" class offers a unique and enriching educational experience that combines the study of world history with a Christian worldview. It aims to inspire students to see God's hand in the unfolding of history and to develop a lifelong love for learning about the past.


The Mystery of History Volume 1 by Linda Lacour Hobar

ISBN 978-1-892427-33-5


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Colored Pencils/Crayons/Markers (student choice)


Homework Requirements:

According to the Center's recommendation, it is advised to allocate 20 minutes for homework, 4 days a week. This duration is considered suitable for maintaining a balanced workload and allowing students to reinforce their learning outside of the classroom. By dedicating this amount of time to homework, students can effectively review and practice the concepts taught in class, leading to better understanding and retention of the material.

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