Teacher’s Guide. 78-page, spiral bound, color manual with North American Division standards for integrated instruction in Bible, language arts, history and ethics. The third angel’s warning of the mark in the hand and forehead as contrasted with faith in Jesus provides students with a call to live moral and upright lives now. Students study the history of Rome leading up to the incorporation of pagan practices from the civilizations of Greece, Persia, and Babylon. History and scripture guide students as they identify the beast of Revelation and its mark. Various sociological phenomena are examined, including diffusion of responsibility, social cueing, and the bystander effect. Students are challenged to follow their conscience, stand up for convictions, and put their total faith and trust in Jesus. The final project provides opportunity for students to extend the learning into their own world through project-based learning.
Unit contains nine highly interactive lessons with step-by-step procedures, open-ended conversation starters, informational teaching points and relevant class applications. Additional class periods are required to plan and complete projects. Rubric included. Lessons intended for block scheduling but may be divided to extend the unit over a longer timeframe.
Flash Drive. Contains complete teacher’s guide with rubrics and sample project; seven slide presentations in Keynote and PowerPoint format including video clips for instruction.
Flyer. Gives an overview of the microunits.