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Heritage Studies 6, 3rd edition ©2012 BJU Press

Lesson Plan Overview


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Content and skill objectives

Bible Connections

Chapter 1: In the Beginning

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1–4

1–4

1

• Identify ways historians learn about ancient people

• Analyze reasons that many historians find it impossible to prove when man began life on earth

• Defend the Bible as a reliable source that records the true origin of man

• Trace the evolutionist’s thinking process for the development of humans

• Describe the abilities man had from the beginning according to the Bible

• Use an outline organizer



• History’s beginning in the Bible

• God’s inspiration of the Bible

• Faith in the power of God’s Word

• God’s creation of man

• Man’s struggle against God throughout history


2

5–7

5–7

1, 3

• Identify reasons that it is important to study ancient history

• Describe methods used by historians to gather and evaluate information



• God’s plan through history

• A Christian worldview

• God in control of all things


3

8–10




4–6

• Apply an understanding of essay vocabulary: analyze, classify, compare and contrast, evaluate, interpret, justify, predict, and trace

• Write an effective answer to an essay question






4–5

11

8




• Practice interview skills

• Record the history of a person

• Participate in creating a class history





6

12

9

7

• Differentiate between primary and secondary historical resources

• Evaluate the author’s viewpoint



• Man, the climax of God’s creation

• God’s creation of man in His image

• Man’s job given at Creation


7

13–16

10–13

2, 8–9

• Explain the importance of Creation, the Fall, and redemption in God’s plan for the world and man

• Describe the characteristics of a civilization

• Explain why religions exist worldwide

• Use a web organizer



• Disobedience and sin

• Each civilization’s failure and its rebellion against God

• Rebellion of the earth against man’s efforts

• Man’s sense that God exists

• False religions and the rejection of God


8

17

14

10

• Demonstrate the process used by archaeologists to draw conclusions about ancient civilizations




9

18–21

15–18

2,
11–13

• Practice the E.A.R.S. strategy for listening with comprehension

• Trace the history of God’s promise of redemption

• Convey how the events during and after the Flood affected future events in history


• God’s promised redemption

• God’s confusion of languages and scattering of His people

• Rise and fall of nations in accordance with God’s sovereign will

• God’s provision for man’s salvation



10

22




14

• Recall concepts and terms from Chapter 1




11

22







• Demonstrate knowledge of concepts from Chapter 1 by taking the test




Chapter 2: Mesopotamia

12

25–28

19–22

15–16, 241–51

• Trace the development of Sumer from farming villages to cities

• Identify the role of an archaeologist

• Explain how an archaeological site is excavated

• Analyze the importance of the work done by Sir Leonard Woolley

• Use a wheel and spokes organizer


• Shem’s descendants in Mesopotamia

• Existence of civilizations before the Flood



13

29–31

23–25

17–18

• Explain how the Tigris and Euphrates rivers created fertile soil

• Trace the development of technology used for farming

• Describe the techniques used to effectively control and use rivers

• Trace the development of Sumerian city-states

• Complete a Sumerian civilization web organizer





14–15

32

26

19

• Gather, organize, and write information about a historical invention

• Design and construct a book jacket

• Work together in a group





16

33–38

27–32

17, 20

• Categorize social classes of the Sumerian civilization

• Analyze the importance of trade in Sumer

• Describe how records were kept in Sumer

• Explain the various roles of artisans and buyers in Sumer






17

39–42

33–36

17,
21–23

• Evaluate the role religion played in the lives of Sumerians

• Analyze the role of priests in Sumerian society

• Trace the development of kings in Sumerian city-states

• Compare and contrast Mesopotamian beliefs with biblical truth



• Mesopotamian beliefs and biblical truth

• Rejection of God in Mesopotamian religion

• Man’s sense that God exists

• God’s warning against worshiping idols

• Jesus as Mediator


18

43–44

37–38




• Trace the development of written language in Mesopotamia

• Experience the process of writing cuneiform

• Make a cylinder seal





19

45–50

39–44, 412

17,
24–25

• Recognize Mesopotamian contributions to math and science

• Give examples of the arts attributed to the Mesopotamians

• Compare ancient Mesopotamia to modern-day Iraq

• Describe daily life in Sumer



• Universal flood of legends and biblical truth

• God’s condemnation of horoscopes

• Search for eternal life

• Abandoning the truth of God



20–21

51

45

26

• Create a mosaic




22

52–55

46–49

27,
241–51

• Locate on a map the site of ancient Mesopotamia, modern Iraq, Syria, and surrounding countries

• Analyze the rise and fall of power of the Sumerian civilization

• Describe the Akkadian Empire

• Trace the development of date systems used to record years

• Trace the rise of the Amorite civilization and its development into the Babylonian Empire

• Analyze the importance of Hammurabi



• Jesus’ birth and the calendar

• Accountability in the heart and conscience

• Close relationship with God

• God’s termination of the Sumerian civilization



23

56–60

50–54

27–29, 241–51

• Analyze the Hittite Empire

• Compare and contrast Hammurabi’s Code with the Mosaic law

• Analyze the Assyrian Empire

• Analyze the Chaldean Empire



• Law of God in hearts

• Accountability for trusting God

• God’s mercy to Assyria

• Assyria’s destruction for turning from God

• Power of God over Nebuchadnezzar


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61




30

• Recall concepts and terms from Chapter 2




25

61







• Demonstrate knowledge of concepts taught in Chapter 2 by taking the test




Chapter 3: Ancient Egypt

26

63–66

55–58

31

• Explain how the geography of the Nile River led to the growth of the Egyptian civilization

• Identify the natural barriers that discouraged invasions from other civilizations

• Locate Egypt, the Mediterranean Sea, the Nile River, and the Sahara on a map


• Egyptians as descendants of Ham

God as Creator of the Nile

• Worship of the one true God


27

67–70

59–62

32

• Explain how the Egyptians depended on the floodwaters of the Nile for survival

• Identify two ways the Nile helped the Egyptians become successful farmers

• Describe how God used Joseph to help the Israelites

• Explain how the flooding of the Nile affected taxes

• Explain how the flooding of the Nile led to the development of the calendar


• Biblical account of Egyptian famine

• God’s love shown by giving

• God’s blessing of those who honor Him

• Joseph as a servant of the Lord

• Joseph’s demonstration of forgiveness


28

71–74

63–66

33–34, 241–51

• Identify the two geographic regions that made up ancient Egypt

• Identify the largest pyramid in the valley of Giza

• Describe the significance of the Rosetta stone

• Explain how the Egyptians used papyrus



• False beliefs about afterlife versus biblical truth

• Diligence and faithfulness



29

75–76

67–68

33–35

• Explain the mummification process

• Describe the history behind and the purpose for a cartouche



• The Christian’s glorified body

Temporary value of riches



30

77

69

36

• Gain an understanding of hieroglyphs

• Decipher and write hieroglyphs






31

78–82

70–74

37–42

• Describe the three kingdoms of ancient Egypt

• Describe the Hyksos

• Explain how God used Moses to free His people from slavery

• Identify the rulers discussed in this chapter and their significance to this time



• Freeing of Israelite slaves by Moses

• Plagues and Egyptian false gods

• Folly of false religion


32

83–88

75–79, 413

43–45

• Describe the social pyramid of ancient Egypt

• Examine characteristics of Egyptian culture in daily life

• Identify the significance of religion to the Egyptians

• Contrast Egyptian beliefs with biblical truth

• Complete a social pyramid


• Egyptian beliefs and biblical truth

• Worship of the one true God

• Eternity and relationship with Christ

• Repentance and faith in Christ

• Bodily resurrection of believers

• Judgment of Egypt for pride and worship of false gods



33

89

80




• Create a model of an Egyptian wig

• Demonstrate the ability to follow directions and work in a group






34

90

81

46

• Compare and contrast two civilizations

• Demonstrate the ability to follow directions and work in a group

• Use a Venn diagram





35

91–95

82–86

47–49, 241–51

• Compare the Kushite civilization with the Egyptian civilization

• Identify the two forms of written language that the Kushites developed

• Explain how Kush became wealthy

• Explain the advantages and the disadvantages of the Aswan Dam



• Aswan High Dam as example of man’s dominion

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96




50

• Recall concepts and terms from Chapter 3




37

96







• Demonstrate knowledge of concepts from Chapter 3 by taking the test




Chapter 4: Ancient Israel

38

99–103

87–91

51, 55

• Identify Abraham as the father of the nation of Israel

• Analyze the Abrahamic and Mosaic Covenants

• Trace the descendants of Abraham who received the promise

• Analyze the Jews’ population growth and God’s protection of them during their years in Egypt

• Describe the Exodus of the Israelites from Egypt

• Identify causes and effects of events in Israel’s early history



• Abrahamic and Mosaic covenants

• God’s blessing of all nations through Israel

• Christian’s responsibility to be a light

• Purpose of the Ten Commandments



39–40

104–5

92–93

51, 56

• Examine the purpose for the tabernacle

• Analyze the construction of the tabernacle

• Participate in a team research project

• Make a model of and describe the purpose for the tabernacle’s furnishings



• Purpose of the tabernacle

• Role of the Holy Spirit



41

106–8

94–95

52,
57–58

• Identify monotheism as the belief in one God

• Recognize the importance of God’s covenants with Israel

• Identify the important times of worship held by the Israelites

• Recognize the significance of Passover

• Compare the New Testament observance of the Lord’s Supper to Passover

• Explore aspects of Jewish culture



• Establishment of monotheism

• Establishment of atonement

• True atonement through Jesus Christ

• Influence of laws on all aspects of life





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