ACE Grade 7 Basic Literature

Students will study the foundations of excellent literature with ACE School of Tomorrow's Basic Literature curriculum. Basic Literature Seven uses five required books that are not included: George Muller (by Faith Coxe Bailey); D.L. Moody: The Greatest Evangelist of the 19th Century (by Faith Coxe Bailey); Through Gates of Splendor (by Elisabeth Elliot); By Searching (by Isobel Kuhn); and The Swiss Family Robinson (by Johann Wyss). These books are available individually or in the the ACE Literature & Creative Writing Grade 7 Resource Book Kit, which is sold separately.  This booklet provides sentence completion exercises for these books as well as tests. Fill-in-the-blank and multiple-choice exercises help with review and retention. Answers are in the sold-separately PACE SCORE Key booklet. Paperback booklet. Grade 7.

Accelerated Christian Education (ACE) curriculum has Scripture as its foundation, fully integrating biblical principles, wisdom, and character-building concepts into education. Students move at their own speed through the self-instructional "PACE" workbooks. Following the mastery approach, PACEs are formatted for students to complete the exercises found throughout the workbook, take a practice "self test," and conclude with a "final test" (removed from the center) to measure understanding.

Please Note:

This Self-Pac SCORE answer key covers Basic Literature Seven PACE 7. Key is three-hole-punched, and answers are line-listed. Test and workbook exercises included. 1 Booklet.

This set of books is the ACE/PACE/School of Tomorrow - Grade 7, set of 4 required Basic Literature 7 resource pack.

This kit contains:

  • DL Moody: The Greatest Evangelist of the Nineteenth Century by Faith Coxe Baily
  • George Mueller by Faith Coxe Bailey
  • By Searching by Isobel Kuhn
  • Through Gates of Splendor by Elisabeth Elliot
  • The Swiss Family Robinson by Johann Wyss

PLEASE NOTE: This kit does NOT include the book "God's Smuggler" which is also a required resource; that book will have to be obtained separately.