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Christ and the Americas Workbook and Study Guide

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At last a workbook for students to use along with Anne Carroll\'s Christ and the Americas. The workbook helps the student in mentally processing a large amount of information and grasping the major historical concepts as well as names, places, dates and events. Then, with the answers filled in, the questions become a great study guide and memory aid. This workbook includes ...more
Paperback, 208 pages
Published August 1st 2004 by TAN Books
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Karen L.
This workbook has a lot of busy work, that could be overwhelming to students who hate looking up answers to questions they don't remember (my son). So I would recommend picking and choosing the questions that focus on the main facts of each chapter.

Actually you could do the course without it, but you would have to be on the ball and keep up on all the reading to check the student work.
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