Knowing the world’s history and
geography will contribute to a more mature understanding of the world and
appreciation for God’s providence in accomplishing His purposes. These prepared
tests help you measure your teen’s learning and understanding. In addition, as
he labels and studies the physical features and countries and capitals of the
world in the map projects, he will learn the places of history and world
The tests are correlated with the
text World History and Cultures in
Christian Perspective, 3rd ed.; World
History and Cultures Quizzes; and World
History and Cultures in Christian Perspective Teacher Edition, which
includes the curriculum/lesson plans and “pop” reading quizzes. Answers and grading
guidance for the test and map project book are sold separately in World History and Cultures Test/Map Project
Key. Grade 10.
questions develop critical thinking skills as your teen must explain historical
details and articulate their significance to the present or identify major
influences or consequences. A biblical worldview will be strengthened as he
discusses false philosophies and their effects.
variety of question formats on the tests such as multiple choice, modified true/false,
matching, and short answer holds your teen’s interest and verifies whether he
understands a concept, no matter how it is presented.
every three weeks (for a total of 12 tests) provides vital reinforcement of
learning and an opportunity for your evaluation of your teen’s comprehension.
nine-weeks exams and semester and final exams further reinforce the concepts
learned throughout the year.
each test clearly specifies the sections covered, adjusting a test to your
schedule is easy.
8 map projects give your teen valuable hands-on practice in identifying the
places of world history. Maps incorporate physical (e.g., rivers, mountain
chains, deserts) and political (countries and capitals) features of the Middle
East, Asia, Africa, Europe, North America, South America, Australia and New
Zealand, and the entire world.
gray-scale maps in the map projects correspond to the colored maps in the
textbook, preventing confusion and
frustration in identifying the locations.