History+ Introduction

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History is a fascinating subject which, if you do not know it, you are bound to repeat it! Lack of historical knowledge is one of the causes of our country’s woes at present.

When you learn REAL HISTORY, you learn the truth, and the TRUTH can make you free – if you honor it and share it.

Watch the recommended clip from Monumental as an example.

Navigating AAA History –
First, to be clear, we teach our History+ courses from the viewpoint of the Restored Gospel as put forth by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
History+ courses include not only history, but also elements of geography, government, culture, and economics. Furthermore, we do not limit ourselves to United States history, we also cover the world. The courses are set into four tiers, or age-ability levels, and then sub-divided into units.

Tier 1 is dubbed Foundations 1, 2 & 3. It contains the beginning level courses for all students. Tier 1 introduces students to our History+ courses, teaches study techniques, and gives an overview of each segment of history we cover: World History, US History, State or Province History, Local History, Church History, Family and Personal History. While the courses are simple and written for ages 5-7, we ask ALL students to begin here to gain an understanding of the BIG PICTURE in history.

Tier 2 is dubbed Discovery 1, 2, & 3. It also covers World, US, State, Local, Church, Family and Personal History, Geography, Government, Culture and Economics, but at a bit wider and deeper level. Again, we ask students to learn the principles and concepts in these courses after completing the three Foundations courses. This is because when students go through the courses from the bottom up, they gain a much better understanding. Discovery courses are written for ages 8-10. Engaging in personal, family, and church service projects are encouraged.

Tier 3 is dubbed Explorations 1, 2, & 3. It covers the same topics as previous courses. However, while there is a baseline of information and understanding required of all, Tier 3 also allows students to explore deeper in topics of special interest to them. Explorations courses are written for ages 11-13. Engaging in neighborhood and local service projects is encouraged.

Tier 4 is dubbed the Scholars’ Levels 1, 2, & 3. It incorporates and reviews information, concepts, and principles previously studied and goes beyond them. It also requires the student to engage in his world in ways that will affect it and the people in it for good. Engaging in state, national, and world service projects is encouraged. Tier 4 also requires mastery of the subject as demonstrated by oral recitation and written summaries. Scholars’ courses are written for ages 14-16.

Unit 0 – Parent Introduction & Unit Directory

Tier 1 – Foundations 1
Unit 1 – Pre-Mortal History: We Are All Brothers & Sisters, Children of God
Unit 2 – Pre-History through Peleg and the Tower
Unit 3 – Ancient History Overview to the Time of Christ
Unit 4 – History Overview Since the Time of Christ

Tier 1 – Foundations 2
Unit 5 – Our Time in History+ World Geographical Studies
Unit 6 – Our Time in History+ US Geographical Studies
Unit 7 – Local History+ – Township, City, County or Parish
Unit 8 – State History+

Tier 1 – Foundations 3
Unit 9 – My Country’s History+
– Sub-Unit 9A – Outline for study of a Country’s History+
Unit 9A-1 – My Country’s Geography
Unit 9A-2 – My Country’s History
Unit 9A-3 – My Country’s Government and Economic Systems
Unit 9A-4 – My Country’s Culture – Religions, Customs, Holidays, etc.
OR Sub-Unit 9B – History+ of the United States of America and Why It Matters
Unit 9B-1 – US Geography
Unit 9B-2 – US History
Unit 9B-3 – US Government & Economic Systems
Unit 9B-4 – US Culture – Beliefs, Religions, Customs, Holidays, Landmarks & Monuments

Tier 2 – Discoveries 1
Unit 1 – Pre-Mortal History thru Babel & Sumer: Spotlight Abraham
Unit 2 – Ancient History thru 476 AD and the Roman Empire: Spotlight Jesus Christ
Unit 3 – Medieval History – the Fall of Rome to the Invention of the Printing Press
Unit 4 – Modern History+ – From the Printing Press to Today: Spotlight Joseph Smith

Tier 2 – Discoveries 2
Unit 5 – Our Time in History+ – Church History in the US with Geography & Biographical Studies & Our Opportunity for Service
Unit 6 – Our Time in History+ – Church History in the World with Geographical and Biographical Studies – & Our Opportunity for Service
Unit 7 – Local History+ – Township, City, County or Parish
Unit 8 – My State History+

Tier 2 – Discoveries 3
Unit 9 – My Country’s History+
– Sub-Unit 9A – Outline for study of a Country’s History+
Unit 9A-1 – My Country’s Geography
Unit 9A-2 – My Country’s History
Unit 9A-3 – My Country’s Government and Economic Systems
Unit 9A-4 – My Country’s Culture – Religions, Customs, Holidays, etc.
OR Sub-Unit 9B – History+ of the United States of America and Why It Matters
Unit 9B-1 – US Geography
Unit 9B-2 – US History
Unit 9B-3 – US Government & Economic Systems
Unit 9B-4 – US Culture – Beliefs, Religions, Customs, Holidays, Landmarks & Monuments

Tier 3 – Explorations 1
Unit 1 – Major Civilizations of the Past: Adamic to Discovery of America in 1492 / Spotlight on Great Men & Women
Unit 2 – Early Modern Times: 1492 through 1820 – History, Geography, Economics
Unit 3 – Re-Examination of Early Modern Times – 1820-1830 Spotlight: The Coming of Freedom, Religious Freedom, & The Martyrs
Unit 4 – Late Modern Times: The Expansion of Knowledge and the Growth of the Kingdom – 1830 to Present

Tier 3 – Explorations 2
Unit 4 – The Story of the Church and the World Since 1820 – The Good & Beautiful; The Bad & Ugly
Unit 5 – Our Time in History+ – Geographical Studies & Needs – Service
Unit 6 – Personal and Family History+
Unit 7 – Local History+ – Township, City, County or Parish, State

Tier 1 – Explorations 3
Unit 8 – My Country’s History+ Sub-Unit 8A – Outline for Study of a Country’s History – Emphasis on Timeline, Culture, Government & Economics
Sub-Unit 8B – History+ of the United States of America and Why It Matters – Emphasis: Timeline & the Constitution

Tier 4 – Scholars 1
Unit 1 – Skousen – The First 4000 Years with Ancient History Timeline Review to the Time of Christ
Unit 2 – History Timeline Review Since the Time of Christ – Major Personalities and Events and Their Impact
–Sources:
The First 2,000 Years – Skousen
The Third Thousand Years – Skousen
The Fourth Thousand Years – Skousen
7 Tipping Points That Saved the World – Stewart
Streams of Civilization 1 & 2 – Christian Liberty Press

Tier 4 – Scholars 2
Unit 3 – Local Civics + Involvement in Local Issues – Governmental & Otherwise – Township, City, County or Parish, and State Timeline Review
–Sources: Local News, Officials and Agencies – Notebooks on Local & State Governments & the Officials that Run Them
Unit 4 – Personal and Family History+

Tier 4- Scholars 3
Unit 8 – My Country’s History+ Sub-Unit 8A – Outline for study of a Country’s History – Economics & Civics – Being Involved
Sub-Unit 8B – History+ of the United States of America and Why It Matters – Review of Providential and Governmental History, plus Involvement in National Civics; Notebook required
–Sources:
America’s Providential History
America’s Providential History: A Documentary Sourcebook
(America’s Providential History Teacher’s Guide) Optional
The American Miracle: Divine Providence in the Rise of the Republic – Michael Medford
God’s Hand On America: Divine Providence in the Modern Era – Michael Medford
Our Lost Declaration: America’s Fight Against Tyranny from King George to the Deep State – Senator Mike Lee
Our Lost Constitution: The Willful Subversion of America’s Founding Document – Senator Mike Lee
The United States of Socialism: Who’s Behind It; Why It’s Evil; How to Stop It – Dinesh D’Souza
American Marxism – Mark R. Levin

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