Biblical Worldview Creation, Fall, Redemption Teacher’s Edition supports teachers with prompts for in-class discussion and objectives that help identify main points for sections and chapters. The Lesson Plan Overview Chart helps teachers plan ahead with an estimated number of days to spend on the material. Instructions for guided debates, group activities, writing assignments, and current events research are also included.
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Missing GlossaryThe student's edition has Chapter Review pages for each chapter, which has a list of "Terms to Remember" with no definitions. In the teacher's edition, the terms to remember include the meanings. I understand the students need to actually do the reading to know the meanings of the words and that's were the problem arises.
The wording for most individual term's meaning in the teacher's edition is almost never actually found in the text of the book. Not having a glossary becomes a big issue here.
As an example, in Chapter 4, the teacher text definition for materialism starts with, "an evolutionary worldview...".
The Student Text has six paragraphs on materialism and the words evolution and evolutionary to not appear in them.
I understand that evolutionary is a conclusion that should be drawn from the text, but these are high school students we are dealing with and some of these terms are not common usage terms even to adults.
My workaround for this issue is making a crossword puzzle for my student for every chapter's terms and meanings. That way she is able to see the meaning the book gives.
This book needs a glossary!