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The Noah Plan Academy: Teaching Geography & Teaching History

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In the Principle Approach geography is taught as an individual subject and across the curriculum in other subjects. The subject of geography ;reveals God's handwriting on the earth. It is a revelation of God's handiwork and purposes in His Story. Homeschool expert Peggy Coven, curriculum writer Barbara Keller, and experienced homeschooler Debbie Smith share their hard-won insights with you in this practical, inspiring session.

This session will enable you to

Use map studies to understand and learn the places in His Story
Look at mathematical, physical, and political geography
Learn God's providential purpose for areas around the world
Use the notebook method in teaching and learning geography
Teach history with The Chain of Christianity® - the Principle Approach® timeline that illustrates God's use of men and nations to move His Gospel westward and bring liberty to men. It is essential to teach the chronological sequence of events on the Chain of Christianity. The Foundation's Carole Adams, curriculum writer Martha Shirley, and homeschool expert Peggy Coven share their hard-­won insights with you in this practical, inspiring session.

This session will enable you to:

Define the vocabulary of history and identify the Biblical principles;
Think governmentally using the reasoning process of problem-solving by seeking the source or cause of what is known or seen;
Use the notebook approach, primary source documents, and special day celebrations to make history come alive for your students

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