Objective:  In this lesson, students will learn about the Israelites. How did a tiny nation of people become the most influential civilization in history? 

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Course curriculum

  • 01

    Ancient History - Lesson 8 - The Israelites

    • Introduction

    • Resources for Students, Parents, and Teachers

    • Ancient History - Lesson 8 - The Israelites - STUDY GUIDE

    • Ancient History - Lesson 8 - The Israelites - VIDEO

    • Ancient History - Lesson 8 - The Israelites - Live Lesson Recording with Professor Marshall Connolly (4/30/21)

    • Ancient History - Lesson 8 - The Israelites - QUIZ

    • Ancient History - Lesson 8 - The Israelites - Live Lesson with Professor Marshall Connolly - April 30 @ 11 AM Pacific

    • The Israelites - Images


Instructor Bio:

Professor Marshall Connolly has spent his life in service to God and the Church as an educator and writer. He is a graduate of the California State University system and has earned bachelor's degrees in English and History, as well as a teaching credential. He has completed additional studies at Whitman College, and the University of San Diego. His interests include science and apologetics and he writes on both subjects for Catholic Online (catholic.org), the World's Catholic Library.

He serves as the first Director of Education for Catholic Online School.

Professor Marshall Connolly

Director of Education