What Your Child Needs to Know When
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Have you ever asked the question, "What if there is a concept I haven’t taught that is on the test?" No more guesswork needed! This book includes the objectives contained on the five most widely used national achievement tests: SAT, CAT, Iowa, Metropolitan, and The Comprehensive Test of Basic Skills. Includes everything you need to cover each subject thoroughly.
What are the State Requirements
What are God’s Requirements
How Children Taught in Bible Times
How to Prepare My Goals for the Year
How to Overcome Testing Fears
How to Overcome My Child’s Testing Fears
If the Achievement Test Scores Accurate
The first section explains how we have been conditioned to believe the state is competent to access our children’s intelligence! You’ll learn how different a Christian world view is and how to RENEW your mind to get rid of this public education mentality. Includes a look at the Greek history of state education compared to history of Biblical education. The Hebrews focused on the home. Worship, family and academics were taught in the home, not separated subjects in individual locations. The home was more important then the synagogue. The center of all life-religious, education, and training was the home.
The second section explains what achievement tests are, test terms, test scores, testing limitations, avoiding testing anxiety, possible benefits from testing, states that require testing, alternative methods of evaluation, and much more.
Section 3 explains a new teaching approach (based on a combination of several effective approaches) called The Heart of Wisdom. The Heart of Wisdom teaching approach is centered around reading the Bible through in one year and the creation of a Bible portfolio. The Bible is the main focus and the core of the curriculum, with the secondary focus dedicated developing writing skills using the “writing to learn” method. The H.O.W. approach leads progressively to a renewed mind and to a self-chosen commitment to a life of intellectual and moral integrity. You can use this approach as explained, or adapt it to the methods and curriculum you are using.Section IV Evaluation Check Lists Section IV includes all the checklists (see sample pages). There is a checklist to read through the Bible in a year and a Character traits list. The rest of the check lists are divided according to grade level: Math, Science, Language Arts, and Social Science. You can evaluate and make notes for up to five children with these lists. Also includes two extensive glossaries and valuable reproducible forms."
Have you ever asked the question, “What if there is a concept I haven’t taught that is on the test?” No more guesswork needed! This book includes the objectives contained on the five most widely used national achievement tests: SAT, CAT, Iowa, Metropolitan, and The Comprehensive Test of Basic Skills. Includes everything you need to cover each subject thoroughly. Includes a section on ‘What Your Child Needs to Know When According to the Bible.’