Globetrotter curriculum is a four-year walk through history, designed for
multi-grades 5-8, which covers the essential learnings of the North American Division
curriculum guides in:
|Reading (Literature Units)
technology is used to:
- Connect to pre-linked
aid in research and learning projects.
- Publish student work.
- Provide occasional answers for
students to use in checking their own work--especially in the language arts area.
Each lesson integrates social studies, language arts, Bible, spelling, handwriting, art
and technology into a unique
blend that provides the student with authentic learning opportunities. The lessons
are designed to be used daily:
- Monday through Thursday - Plan for a block of time each of these four
days. Make it large enough to fit the components of the Globetrotter
Correlated Curriculum that your classroom is using.
- Friday - Plan for a minimum of 1 1/2 hour block to be used for projects and
reviews. (Add time for clean-up)
- The Literature Units fit into the normal reading class time
- Books for outside reading are gathered by the teacher. These can be books
that correlate with the current themes of learning or time
1. To encourage students:
- To be critical thinkers, not
- To solve problems through inquiry.
- To communicate their findings
2. To strengthen student's
character to godlikeness in everyday dealings with God and mankind.
Copyright © 1998-2005
Ancient world history
from Creation to the Crusades; Old Testament History; Development of Eastern Religions
World history from
the Crusades to the Present & Religious History during this
U.S. history to 1872 and the life of Christ
U.S. history from 1872 to the present; the life of
Paul and modern missions