The Mystery of History Volume III Reader:
Sample Text and Table of Contents.
Spanning the Renaissance, the Reformation, and Exploration
Covering people and events from 1455 to 1707 A.D., The Mystery of History Volume III teaches about the Medicis, the Inquisition, Martin Luther, Shakespeare, Pocahontas, and so much more. The Mystery of History looks at what was going on all over the world in the order that it happened. This volume spans the Renaissance, the Reformation, Exploration, and some early American history. It explores the backdrop to and the significance surrounding the time-honored contributions found in the art, music, literature, science, and philosophy of this rich era.
Printed in Full Color
The Mystery of History Volume III brings to life the master painters and sculptors, the scientists and philosophers, and the many explorers whose exploits we still talk about today. In order to best represent the beautiful artwork covered in this time period, Volume 3 has been printed in full color.
Full Course of Renaissance/Reformation History
Though it is recommended that Volumes I and II be studied prior to this volume, it is not necessary. Volume III can stand alone as a full course of Renaissance/Reformation history.
Unlike Volumes I and II, Volume III has been separated by the publishers into two beautiful books! The student reader now contains eighty-four stirring lessons written by Linda Lacour Hobar in a colorful, easy-to-hold hardback. The reader is a stand-alone world history text for all ages to enjoy. But for those who wish to delve deeper, you will want to consider The Mystery of History Volume III Companion Guide.
Companion Guide with Student Activities Available Separately
The black-and-white paperback guide book (available separately), also written by Linda Lacour Hobar, contains these familiar and popular components of The Mystery of History series: pretests; hands-on/research activities for younger, middle, and older students; memory card ideas; bi-weekly quizzes and exercises; timeline helps; maps; supplemental book lists; and more.
Adaptable for All Ages
Mystery of History III is written in a conversational style for readers in seventh grade and older, though it can also be used with younger students or as a read-aloud. The Mystery of History Volume III Companion Guide (sold separately) provides a range of activities for students through high school.
Another outstanding component of Timberdoodle's 2017 Ninth-Grade Curriculum Kit!