Year 3 Worldview

  • Great site on Kierkegaard!
  • Another massive site: teacher’s use initially. You’ll use it to find sites for your children. If they want to read the originals, they are here!
  • Worldwide Missions: Year 3 encourages you and your children to pray for Hindus and Buddhists. Three weeks are devoted to the lives of the missionaries. You will enjoy reading summaries of their lives. Site contains statistics that give a clear picture of prayer. Use of this site removes the need to purchase Operation World.
  • The Ism Book: an online book for basic definitions that will help you in your worldview studies.
  • YWAM: missionary puzzles and coloring pages
Unit 1 – Napoleon’s World

Week 1: When John Adams Was President

Week 2: Napoleon: The Man and His Career

Week 3: Early Industrial Revolution

Week 4: Jefferson and the Louisiana Purchase

Week 5: Jefferson and the Supreme Court

Week 6: Madison and the War of 1812

Week 7: Reshaping Europe and South America

Week 8: South America in Transition

Week 9: Monroe and the American Hemisphere

Unit 2 – The Age of Industry & Expansion

Week 10: John Quincy Adams and Political Realignments

Week 11: Jacksonian Democracy

Week 12: Revolutions in Texas & Europe

Week 13: Victorian England

Week 14: Victorians at Home and Abroad

Week 15: Manifest Destiny

Week 16: Sea to Shining Sea

Week 17: The Oregon Trail

Week 18: 1848: Gold Dust & Gunpowder

Unit 3 – Nations Uniting & Dividing

Week 19: Westerners in Asia

Week 20: Franklin Pierce & the Crimean War

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Week 21: America Divides & Italy Unites

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Week 22: Lincoln and the Start of the Civil War

Week 23: Decisive Years of the Civil War

Week 24: Closing Years of the Civil War

Week 25: Andrew Johnson vs. Radical Reconstruction

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Week 26: Ulysses Grant & the Plains Indians Wars

  • Charles Darwin’s Origin of Species (selections). Required reading for this week’s Pageant of Philosophy.
Unit 4 – The Gilded Age

Week 27: Technological Progress & the Unification of Germany

Week 28: Introducing Africa and Reforming Empires

Week 29: The Scramble for Empire

Week 30: Imperialism and Culture

Week 31: Waves of Immigrants

Week 32: Captains of Industry

Week 33: Labor Issues and the New South

Week 34: Farmers, Populists, Gold Strikes and Gold Standards

Week 35: Powerful Men and Inspiring Women

Week 36: The Balkan Problem & American Imperialism