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Literature Grade 08 - Character-Building Biographies (L140)
Many of the selections have historical significance, embodying information of immediate usefulness or serving as stepping stones for future history study. Other selections illuminate certain phases of living or enlarge the sympathies toward other ways of living. Still others introduce the reader to characters who are eminently worth meeting. These selections are not all necessarily Christian in their philosophy, but the impact they make is positive, and many of them reflect or apply Christian principles. Each week contains vocabulary words; comprehension activities, and Bible memorization of a verse pertinent to the moral or practical lesson presented in the reading selection.
$45.00
Literature Grade 09 - Character-Building Favorites (ELECTIVE) (L145)
Many of the selections have historical significance, embodying information of immediate usefulness or serving as stepping stones for future history study. Other selections illuminate certain phases of living or enlarge the sympathies toward other ways of living. Still others introduce the reader to characters who are eminently worth meeting. These selections are not all necessarily Christian in their philosophy, but the impact they make is positive, and many of them reflect or apply Christian principles. Each week contains vocabulary words; comprehension activities, and Bible memorization of a verse pertinent to the moral or practical lesson presented in the reading selection.
$45.00
Literature Grade 10 - John Bunyan's The Pilgrim's Progress (ELECTIVE) (L150)
John Bunyan wrote this incomparable classic Christian allegory, The Pilgrim’s Progress, while in the Bedford jail for preaching the gospel without a license from the government. The student’s spiritual insights will grow as a result of this year’s experience. The writing style and vocabulary also develop the student’s ability to read and understand the classic English of the King James Bible period. Each week contains vocabulary words; comprehension activities, and Bible memorization of a verse pertinent to the moral or practical lesson presented in the reading selection.
$45.00
Literature Grade 11 - John Bunyan's The Holy War (ELECTIVE) (L155)
The Holy War is another classic allegory by John Bunyan. In it Bunyan describes the battle of the ages for the souls of mankind. The spiritual truths taught in Bunyan’s book are rich treasures. Each week contains vocabulary words; comprehension activities, and Bible memorization of a verse pertinent to the moral or practical lesson presented in the reading selection.
$45.00
Literature Grade 12 - Literature Classics (ELECTIVE) (L160)
This course is composed of stories, essays, and poems all related to the history of America. This anthology will guide the student in forming spiritual values, in developing perception and aesthetic appreciation, and in exercising the lively imagination with which he is by nature endowed. Each week contains vocabulary words; comprehension activities, and Bible memorization of a verse pertinent to the moral or practical lesson presented in the reading selection.
$45.00
Math Grade 01 (M105)
Number recognition, counting, and writing 1 - 250; counting by twos, threes, fives, and tens; addition facts through 13; subtraction facts through ten; before/after numbers; adding and subtracting two-digit numbers; recognizing and counting money; telling time to the nearest quarter hour; fractions: one quarter, one half, and one third; and story problems.
$45.00
Math Grade 02 (M110)
Number recognition, counting, and writing to hundred thousands and beyond; addition and subtraction facts through 18; adding and subtracting two-digit numbers; multiplication and division facts to 5; measurement to one-quarter inch; scale drawings; addition with carrying to tens’ place and hundreds’ place; subtraction with borrowing from the tens’ place; multiplying and carrying to the tens’ place; solving money problems; telling time to the minute; fractions: finding a fraction of a group; and story problems.
$45.00
Math Grade 03 (M115)
Students will review and build on concepts learned in second grade. Place value of numbers; three-digit addition with carrying, three-digit subtraction with borrowing; two-digit and three-digit multiplication; two-digit divisors with checking; multiplication and division tables to 12; telling time; addition and subtraction of fractions; averaging numbers; measurement problems; bar graphs and pictographs, recognizing geometric shapes; and story problems are all part of this year’s work.
$45.00
Math Grade 04 (M120)
All basic concepts and skills learned in third grade are reviewed. Place value to millions; English and metric measures; perimeter and area; factoring; adding, subtracting, and multiplying fractions; multiplying three-digit factors; reducing fractions; time lapse; multiples; basic geometric shapes; divisibility rules; five steps in division; reading a thermometer; writing decimals; and word problems are all taught and reviewed.
$45.00
Math Grade 05 (M125)
All basic concepts learned in previous grades are completely reviewed. Place value to billions; rounding off whole numbers, money, decimals, and mixed numbers; factoring; multiples; converting measures within the same system; perimeter and area; geometric ideas and shapes; line graphs, bar graphs, grids and scale drawings; measurement equations; algebraic equations with addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division; three-digit divisors; four-digit multiplication; division of decimals; fractions as decimals; introduction to percent, decimals with percent, percent as fractions, and word problems are presented in understandable ways.
$45.00
Math Grade 06 (M130)
Students review and build on concepts learned. Place value of whole numbers; rounding off; review of fundamental skills in addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division; fractions and decimals: adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing; decimals: changing to fractions; English and metric measures, converting from one metric unit to another; percents as fractions, decimals; measuring angles; bar graphs, line graphs, circle graphs; perimeter, area, circumference, and volume; algebraic equations; and integers are all taught.
$45.00
Math Grade 07 (M135)
Students review and build on concepts learned. Place value of whole numbers, rounding off; review of fundamental skills in addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, fractions, and decimals; English and metric measures, converting measures; percents: changing percents to fractions and fractions to percents; changing percents to decimals and decimals to percents; finding percent of a number; perimeter, area, circumference.
$45.00
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