Crash Course World History Worksheets by Danny Wulf is very easy to use and easy to understand. Each section of this series contains a complete lesson with an explanation of the various lessons that you can use to teach yourself a new language or learn a new skill.
One of the most useful parts of Crash Course World History Worksheets is the visual learning approach that each lesson has. The unique video style teaches students through a video presentation of both audio and written lesson materials. In addition, the lessons are arranged in an orderly fashion so that the learning process is faster and easier.
Each lesson in Crash Course World History is broken down into several sub-sections. These sub-sections offer the students several different types of lessons, including the following:
Each section also comes with an easily navigable help center to help students find the correct lesson they need to learn. This help center helps students solve common learning problems and provides many helpful hints to students as they progress through the learning process.
The first section of the workbook teaches students the basics of grammar, including basic vocabulary and pronouns. Students are able to practice their vocabulary skills through word association and listen to samples of spoken conversation.
The second section helps the student’s vocabulary skills by providing a series of vocabulary games that enable the student to increase their vocabulary. These vocabulary games are fun and are great for helping students reinforce their learning skills.
The third section focuses on storytelling and storytelling skills. This section is broken down into four lessons: Composition, Expression, Performing, and Character Building.
Finally, Crash Course World History is broken down into four basic sub-skills which focus on Math, Language Arts, Science, and History. These four basic skills are broken down further into a lesson on Grammar and Vocabulary and three more to help students build on their skills. Students are then taught how to write essays and perform the story telling in order to complete the entire series.