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From: Julie in NY (
Subject:         We focus heavily on history and literature..
Date: March 14, 2010 at 7:53 pm PST

In Reply to: high school history, literature posted by Michele Welsh on March 1, 2010 at 5:17 pm:

and have used several different programs over the
years. We always correlate our history and
literature studies in an integrated manner that
helps to make the historical period come alive. By
reading biographies, historical fiction, and
writings from the era, students connect with real
people and their stories rather than merely facts
and dates.

If you like lots of choices, we loved Diana Waring's
History Alive! curriculum. We could choose books and
activities from each time period as fit our
personalities and interests. If you want something
more laid out for you, we have also enjoyed John
Notgrass's Exploring _______ series (World history,
American history, Government). Greenleaf's Famous
Men of the Renaissance and Reformation combined with
Christian History Made Easy (Rose Pub) makes a
wonderful study of Church History.

Feel free to email me with questions or comments.

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