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Poetry for the Grammar Stage, Grades 3-5
The Memoria Press Poetry for the Grammar Stage curriculum is designed as a supplemental study of the poetry memorized by students in the Memoria Press literature study guides (the literature guides these poems appear in are listed in the table of contents). Students will read and draw poems, use poems as copywork, and focus on vocabulary in addition to analyzing the structure and content of the poem and answering comprehension questions. This grammar stage level is the designed for students in grades 3-5. 153 pages, softcover.
This Teacher Guide accompanies the Memoria Press Poetry for the Grammar Stage Student Book. The student book is reproduced with the correct answers overlaid. 159 pages, softcover.
Poetry & Short Stories: American Literature
Poetry and Short Stories: American Literature 19th-20th Centuries is an anthology that's part of the poetry curriculum series from Memoria Press. Featuring the best poetry from this period of American literature, this anthology will help introduce students to the elegance of Irving's prose and the range of Poe's romanticism. Includes selections from Oliver Wendell Holmes, John Greenleaf Whittier, Emily Dickinson, Carl Sandburg, O. Henry, and Robert Frost, as well as an appendix with British poets Newton, Byron, Carroll, Kipling, Tennyson and others. 92 pages, softcover.
Poetry & Short Stories: American Literature, Student GuideDavid M. WrightMemoria Press / 2013 / Trade Paperback$12.99 Retail:
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Memoria Press' Poetry & Short Stories American Literature Student Guide is designed to be used alongside the Poetry & Short Stories American Literature Text which conveniently contains all the selections for this curriculum.
Assignments are grouped and sequenced by classical trivium stages as students work to discover the differences between the particulars of a work and the "Central One Idea" that concerns the abstract central proposition at the heart of the story.
At the back of the book there's room for students to write in their essays; students are given the option to choose the prompt listed after the story or poem, use the "central one idea" as the thesis, an open prompt where students can analyze an aspect of importance to them, and finally a (blank) teacher essay prompt to be created and assigned by the teacher. This is followed by a number of blank lined pages on which students can write. 229 pages, softcover. Non-reproducible, consumable workbook.
Poetry & Short Stories: Amerian Literature, Teacher GuideDavid M. WrightMemoria Press / 2013 / Trade Paperback$14.69 Retail:
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This teacher's guide accompanies Memoria Press' Poetry & Short Stories American Literature Student Guide. Full-size reproductions of the student book page are reproduced with the correct answers overlaid. The answer key is followed by an essay section that features 10 assignments with room for the student to write in their essay on the lined pages provided. Finally, tests and test keys (full-size reproductions with the answers overlaid) are included. Grades 3-12. 283 pages plus appendix. Softcover.
British Poetry Anthologies
Poetry, Prose, & Drama Book One: The Old English and Medieval PeriodsMemoria Press / 2014 / Trade Paperback$17.19 Retail:
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This anthology of British poetry-Book I: The Old English & Medieval Periods, 449-1485 A.D.-is the first of three in the Memoria Press British Poetry Anthology series. Organized conceptually, students will read about the literary of the warrior (epic, elegy, riddle), the literature of the priest (history, lyric, dream), the literature of the medieval church and its people (allegory, lyric, drama), and the literature of the common people (popular ballads and Arthurian Romance). Selections are included from Andreas: A Legend of Saint Andrew, Bede's Ecclesiastical History of the English Nation, Cademon's Hymn, Everyman, Robin Hood, Le Morte d'Arthur, and more. Introductions provide helpful contextual information. 132 pages, softcover. Non-consumable text.
Poetry Book II: The Elizabethan to the Augustan AgeMemoria Press / 2012 / Trade Paperback$17.19 Retail:
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This anthology of British poetry---Book II: The Elizabethan to the Augustan Age, 1485-1800 A.D.---is the second of three in the Memoria Press British Poetry Anthology series. Organized chronologically, students will read selections from the Elizabethan, Puritan, and Augustan eras. Selections are included from The Faerie Queene, as well as works by Christopher Marlowe, Sir Walter Raleigh, Shakespeare, John Donne, George Herbert, John Milton, Isaac Watts, William Cowper, Alexander Pope, and others. 103 pages, softcover. Non-consumable text. High School / Grades 9-12.
Poetry Book III: The Romantic to the Victorian AgeMemoria Press / 2012 / Trade Paperback$17.19 Retail:
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This anthology of British poetry---Book III: The Romantic to the Victorian Age, 1760-1901 A.D.---is the last of three books in the Memoria Press British Poetry Anthology series. Organized chronologically, students will read selections from the Romantic and Victorian eras. Selections by William Blake, Robert Burns, Wordsworth, Lord Byron, John Keats, Tennyson, Emily Bronte, Robert Louis Stevenson, Rudyard Kipling, and others are included. 49 pages, softcover. Non-consumable text. High School / Grades 9-12.