Changing History Theories and How to Teach Them
If writing hadn’t yet been invented in Moses’ day, who wrote the first five books of the Bible? Is teaching history to your kids confusing at times? You’ll find help for your homeschool history curriculum right here!
If writing hadn’t yet been invented in Moses’ day, who wrote the first five books of the Bible? Does historical information change? Is teaching history to your kids confusing at times? You’ll find help for your homeschool history curriculum right here!
Read . . . The Changing History Theories and How to Teach Them By Dr. Ruth Beechick
“The theories about early history are based on what we happen to know about the ancient times and not on what the early peoples knew. Thus the theories change as scholars learn more and more about earlier and earlier people.” —from the Introduction.
We know more about the ancient days than when the author was in school, and in this WeE-book™, she helps us understand more about these early historical theory issues and how they’ve changed, and the role the Bible plays. She also offers guidance in teaching history to your own homeschool students.
What should you teach your kids about history?
Don’t face the overwhelming subject of history without all the facts! Dr. Beechick suggests some dos and don’ts from her curriculum viewpoint that should relieve undue anxieties and show a profitable path to take.
Some of the many things you’ll learn from this discussion:
- What is meant by changing history theories?
- How do you view pre- and post-flood history?
- How does the Bible differ from evolutionary history books?
- Does history match up with Bible events?
- Are gaps in learning history a problem for students?
- Should your students memorize history dates?
- What’s the difference between a biblical and non-biblical chronology of studying early history?
- When should you teach the overall chronology of western civilization?
- What is the main path of the roots of our western civilization according to the Bible?
- How do stories help you learn best about history?
- Why use the Bible as a major history book?
- How do you make a simple timeline for use as a family activity?
Learn from Dr. Beechick, a well-known teacher and Bible historian!
Take a glimpse at this outline . . .
- Before and After the Flood
- Evolutionary Prehistory
- The Bible View
- Dos and Don’ts for Teaching History
- What Not To Do
- What To Do
Get help and guidance from a curriculum specialist!
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