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Step 2: Choose Teacher Materials

1. Teacher's Guide
If you are new to Connecting with History, you will need this how-to guide. It explains how the program works, how to understand history using Catholic principles, and gives you lots of ideas, forms, and charts to make teaching a breeze!

2. Syllabus for the Time Period you will be studying this year.
Each syllabus includes the information and assignments you need for teaching one full year of history, geography, composition, memory work, research, hands-on activities, and of course reading assignments for our extensive list of living books. This one book is for teaching all age levels!

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Daily Lesson Plans
While the syllabus contains the content of the program, the Daily Lesson Plans provide a day-to-day schedule. You can use the Syllabus alone to create your own lesson plans, or use these ready-made plans for an organized school year. They are organized in a 2-page spread per week so that you can see the daily assignments all four age levels at once. What could be more convenient?

Select a Volume

Volume 1
Volume 2
Volume 3
Volume 4
Ancient History
& Old Testament
Early Church
& Early Medieval
High Medieval-Explorers
American History