Step 3 - History 12 - The Reformation / Eastern Religions

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Step 3 - History 12 - The Reformation / Eastern Religions

  • Develops literacy, vocabulary!
  • Explores an important period in history!
  • Introduces and explores Buddhism and Hinduism!
  • Introduces the birth of the Protestant movement!
  • Hands-on activities make history relevant to the student!
  • Develops critical thinking skills!
  • Develops study in a self-determined manner!
  • Lesson plans are complete and ready to use!  Start now!

We have been using Steps for 2 years now, I love the courses as do my sons.  I had started them below their grade level because it was such a huge difference to how they had studied at school and I wanted them to become independent learners; with that achieved I am now finding they both need to be ‘upgraded’ to their appropriate level.  Thanks for all your hard work in putting together this engaging curriculum.  S.M., Homeschool Mom
History for Step 3 students, ages 9-10 who read fairly well, and older students still developing literacy.  

The birth of Protestantism, through the work and life of Martin Luther, as well as the powerful story of Confucianism, Hinduism and Buddhism, all great religions that shape our world today.

Focused around the first Newberry Prize award-winning children's book, Van Loon's The Story of Mankind , those sections of Van Loon's book that are required for study are included in the course.

The course specializes, as do all STEPS courses, in developing the students understandings and ability to think and form their own ideas and opinions. Additionally, as with all our history courses, this one is structured to increase the student's vocabulary and understanding of geography, as well as of history.

29 lessons, 35-50 hours of work.

Concepts covered in this course include:

  • Buddha and the birth of Buddhism
  • Confucius
  • Hinduism
  • The Reformation
  • Martin Luther
  • The end of the Middle Ages
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