Language Arts Text:A Beka Book * Spelling, Vocabulary & Poetry
Content: Contains 34 spelling lists.Some words on each list are words that are often misspelled, words from everyday life, and words that students are studying in other classes.Every list includes an activity that aids students in building spelling/vocabulary skills. Social Studies Text: A Beka Book * The History of Our United States
A Beka Book * Map Study Skills
A Beka Book * My State Notebook Content: Student explore a realistic view of history, government, and geography, based upon the foundational truths of the Scriptures.This curriculum provides a truthful portrayal of peoples, lands, religions, ideals, heroes, triumphs, and setbacks.In short, A Beka Book offers a Christian and conservative approach to the study of what man has done with the time God has given.
State History Project
Important US documents
The Years of Discovery
The Years of Conquest
The First Americans
The English Come to America
The New England Colonies
The Middle and Southern Colonies
A picture of Colonial Life
The Great Awakening
The French and Indian War
The American War for Independence
Building a New Nation
Our Nation Grows
The Civil War
An Age of Progress
Beyond Our Boundaries
The World Wars
Time for Freedom and Responsibility
Reading Text: BJU Press I Met You in a Story
Content: Students explore stories around six character themes.
It includes classic literature excerpts, character-building stories, and activities that build research and literary skills.
Word Recognition syllables; shift in accent; optional remedial phonics
Comprehension relevant/ irrelevant information
Literature foreshadowing; moral; personification; good/evil elements rhymes
Vocabulary analogies; multiple meanings
Study Skills -references; glossary; types of dictionaries; charts; graphs; maps; timeline; captions; headlines; subtitles; outlining; PQ3R study method; skimming; scanning; paraphrasing; schedules; diagrams
Silent Reading biblical truth
Oral Reading ate mood and motive; convey emotion; portray character; convey meaning of Scripture; voice inflection; volume and pacing
Text: Macmillan/McGraw Hill Volumes 1 & 2 Content: This math curriculum is designed to build the students' understanding by actively engaging in tasks and experiences that deepen and connect their knowledge.Learning with understanding are further enhanced by classroom interactions, as students propose mathematical ideas and conjectures, learn to evaluate their own thinking and that of others, and develop mathematical reasoning skills
.The scope and sequence is as follows:
Unit 1: Place Value and Number Sense; Numbers and Money Unit 2: Addition; Subtraction Unit 3: Time and Data; Graphs Unit 4: Multiplication Facts; Division Facts Unit 5: Multiply by 1-digit Numbers; Multiplication and Functions Unit 6: Multiply by 2-digit Numbers; Multiply Greater Numbers Unit 7: Divide by 1-digit Numbers; Divide Greater Numbers Unit 8: Divide by 2-digit Numbers; Quotients and Order of Operations Unit 9: Measurement Customary Units; Measurement Metric Units Unit 10: Space and Plane Figures; Geometry Unit 11: Fractions; Probability Unit 12: Add Fractions; Subtract Fractions Unit 13: Relate Fractions and Decimals; Use Decimals Unit 14: Add Decimals; Subtract : Systems (Purposeful Design) Science Level Four (ACSI) Content: The name Purposeful Design relates to the creative work of God.Every chapter in this series weaves together the wonders of the created world and a biblical worldview.Young people have a natural God-given inquisitiveness and curiosity about the world and its workings.Purposeful Design Science capitalizes on that curiosity as it engages students in investigating, observing, and thinking about the world around them.The scope and sequence of Purposeful Design Science incorporates the National Science Education Standards (NSES) for K-4 in the following four units: Life Science: Stability Design of Life Order of Life Diversity of Life System of Life Physical Science: Energy Energy and Heat Light and Sound Motion and Force Matter and Its Uses Earth and Space Science: Balance The Lithosphere The Hydrosphere The Atmosphere The Universe Human Body: Wellness Body Systems I (Blood) Body Systems II (Digestive, Respiratory, Urinary Systems)
Bible Text: Positive Action Bible Curriculum Building Life Castles
Content: Our lives are like a castle that is being built into a strong and beautiful edifice.This concept is presented as the students study the New Testament, focusing on the life of Christ, the work of the Holy Spirit, and the life and writings of the Apostle Paul.
Places a strong emphasis on character development.
Focuses on life changes, not just head knowledge.
Recognizes the various levels of thinking skills.
Surveys all major sections of Scripture.
Includes a parent-assisted Scripture memory program.
Integrates a complete sacred music curriculum, including.
Stories behind the great hymns of the faith.
Fun to sing children's choruses.
Cassette tapes of music curriculum for classroom use.
Children will learn that they can find the answers to life's problems in the Word of God.
Thinking skills are used to focus attention on knowledge, comprehension, discernment, application, analysis, and evaluation.
An understanding of biblical vocabulary is built through the introduction, definition, and use of key biblical terms.
An understanding of the land of Israel is gained through map work and related skills.
All lessons ultimately focus on the development of internal character.