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Bridge Academy

Psalm 32:8

World History I

Teacher: Julie Hobbs  (juliehobbs4@yahoo.com)


Description:  

  What does the Bible have to do with Ancient Civilizations? Who was Alexander the Great and why was he so great? What was the difference between the Roman Republic and the Roman Empire? So many questions and every answer changed the world and affects our lives  today. The World History I class will begin at the beginning of history and will follow the rise and fall of the Ancient Empires. After studying the Early Civilizations, we will move on to the Greek and Roman Civilizations. The Byzantine and Islamic Civilizations will fascinate the students and then we will head east to discover the Asian and African Civilizations before heading back to set up Medieval Europe before the “Great Awakening”. We cover the first half of the BJU Press World History textbook (4th edition), which affords the students a slower pace for greater understanding. We will use short documentaries and power points during class.


Field trip to Virginia Museum of Fine Arts and/or The Virginia House. 

Textbooks:
BJU Press World History Student Text AND Student Activities Manual (4th edition)


Copy/Supply fee: $25 (paid to Julie Hobbs by 9/3/19)


Annual tuition: $410.00 ($41 per month for 10 months, August – May)

revised 2/7/19

Julie Hobbs

B.S. in History & Political Science w/ concentration in International Affairs


Julie has a Bachelor of Arts degree in History and Political Science 

from Samford University with a concentration in International Affairs. During her 14 years of home educating her children, she has taught 

at Classical Conversations, as well as high school history, 

government, economics and British Literature. She has 4 children 

and her oldest has graduated and is attending Samford in 

Birmingham.