Heritage Studies 5 Student Text (3rd ed.)

Heritage Studies 5 Student Text (3rd ed.)
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Heritage Studies 5 Student Text (3rd ed.) surveys many different fields of study crucial to a thorough understanding of history. Students will study geography and the principles of mapmaking. The text describes the different regions of the United States and focuses on 20th century United States history. Basic principles of economics and currency are also introduced in addition to studies of different types of government systems.

This course contains 120 lessons

Continue to learn more about the time period covered in Heritage Studies 5 with the historical novels A Father’s Promise and A No-Fuss Christmas.

  • ISBN - 978-1-59166-570-0
  • Author - BJU Press
  • Copyright Year - 2010
  • Edition - 3rd ed.
  • Format - softbound
  • Length - 352 pp.
  • Grade Level - 5
  • Publisher - BJU Press

Heritage Studies 5 Student Text (3rd ed.)

Heritage Studies 5 Student Text (3rd ed.) is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 3.
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Overly Conservative in Presentation I do not presentations of some, such as Jimmy Carter. The text says he professed to be a born-again Christian, but he didn't...(forgot the exact info.). I think it is inappropriate to judge his Christianity by an action and I think it is harmful to students to categorize people so generally. It leads to an "us" and "them" type mentality which does not allow for thought before passing judgement. I feel that it unhealthy in an educational environment. Expensive in softcover format
Date published: 2017-10-30
Rated 4 out of 5 by from 5th grade Heritage Studies Overall I like this. I do wish the book gave US history from Columbus to the present day because I find many students do not "remember" the earlier history and I think it is important for them to see God's hand in the founding and growth of our nation. I think it's also important for them to see how America has walked away from God and needs to go back to Him.
Date published: 2017-09-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Text! I love the era covered in Edition 3. I am not looking forward to Edition 4 as I believe that 5th graders need to move on from the 1800s. I also do not appreciate the current social issues brought up at the end of the book in Edition 4. I'm keeping 3 as long as possible!
Date published: 2017-08-25
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