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Study and Teaching Guide for the History of the Medieval World

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This Study and Teaching Guide, designed for use by both parents and teachers, provides a full curriculum with study questions and answers, critical thinking assignments, essay topics, instructor rubrics, and map exercises. Explanations for answers and teaching tips are also included. Contains Instructor Section (in the first half of the book) and perforated Student Pages, including 50 maps (in the second half).

The Study and Teaching Guide, written by historian and teacher Julia Kaziewicz in cooperation with Susan Wise Bauer, makes The History of the Medieval World even more accessible to educators and parents alike.

Size: 884 pages

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This Study and Teaching Guide, designed for use by both parents and teachers, provides a full curriculum with study questions and answers, critical thinking assignments, essay topics, instructor rubrics, and map exercises. Explanations for answers and teaching tips are also included. Contains Instructor Section (in the first half of the book) and perforated Student Pages, including 50 maps (in the second half).

The Study and Teaching Guide, written by historian and teacher Julia Kaziewicz in cooperation with Susan Wise Bauer, makes The History of the Medieval World even more accessible to educators and parents alike.

Size: 884 pages

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  1. Question

    Is one chapter meant to be spent on a whole week? Or should multiple chapters be covered in one week? Looking at the beginning of the study/teaching guide, in the brief how-to-use description, it only explains that there are 3 sections of exercises and one of map skills per chapter. Thanks so much!

    • We recommend 2 chapters per week.

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  2. 3 out of 5 mostly good

    I like it. a little much for a high schooler in the format it is written. I think it would be easier if chapters were broken up with subheadings. Also a pronunciation next to each name would be helpful even if just phoentic. Lastly it would greatly help me as a teacher if the student pages were in a separate book so that they are bound thus easier to keep and reuse. and give to my student.

  3. Question

    I’m so sorry but I’m not seeing a link under the front cover image that says “Read Sample” . :/

  4. Question

    Are there samples to the teachers guide that I’m able to view?

    • Yes, click on “Read Sample” underneath the picture of the book’s front cover, on this webpage. That sample is of the first half of the book, which is the teacher section. It includes answers to all of the questions.

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  5. Question

    Is each time period considered one year of high school history?

    • Yes, it is.

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  6. Question

    Hello…are the pages perforated?

    • Yes, all of the student’s pages are perforated (the student’s pages are the 2nd half of the book).

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