Ultimate Guide for Teaching The Mystery of History Vol I

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Teaching The Mystery of History Volume I

I would imagine if you are interested in reading this post you must be in planning mode for teaching The Mystery of History. Those days when you are scouring the internet looking for resources and ideas. I hope you find my post a useful timesaver.

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Teaching with The Mystery of History Vol. I

First thing you need to decide are which components of The Mystery of History are you going to complete. Yes, that means you are not expected to do everything mentioned in the book. No, this is not an exhaustive list but it should keep you busy planning for awhile.

If you are brand new I suggest watching this 10 minute video on What Do I Need to Teach The Mystery of History.

Please note: the difference between the 1st and 2nd Edition includes date changes, spelling of Chinese names, updated activities and some lessons have additional information. 

You can always ask your questions live at The Mystery of History Facebook group!

Teaching with The Mystery of History: Atlases

If you are going to do the map work assigned at the end of each week a good atlas can help students complete the assignments.

Teaching with The Mystery of History: Activities

Each lesson in the book has an activity for younger, middle and older students but if you are looking for more hands-on fun…then the following list will help you plan more.

Teaching with The Mystery of History: Audio/E-book

Teaching with The Mystery of History: Challenge Cards

Teaching with The Mystery of History: Coloring Pages

Teaching with The Mystery of History: Folderbooks

Teaching with The Mystery of History: High School

Teaching with The Mystery of History: Listening Guides

Teaching with The Mystery of History: Literature

Teaching with The Mystery of History: Notebook Pages

Teaching with The Mystery of History: Pinterest Boards

Teaching with The Mystery of History: Planning

Teaching with The Mystery of History: Supplement

Teaching with The Mystery of History: Timeline

Teaching with The Mystery of History: Youtube and Videos

P.S. This list is ultimate but does not include everything but it should give you plenty of ideas to plan and teach The Mystery of History Volume 1. 

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