Study the classic novel Little Women with this helpful literature study guide from the Foundation for American Christian Education (FACE). This guide includes information on the background of the book, a cha pter-by-chapter overview, a weekly study plan, and examples of student work on setting, characters, plot, theme, style, cause and effect, vocabulary, mapwork, and more (these are written as if completed by the students as possible notebooking ideas). 56 pages, softcover. Grade 5.
To Have and to Hold, Teacher Guide with CD-ROMRosalie J. Slater, Elizabeth Youmans, Carole AdamsF.a.c.e. / 2007 / Trade Paperback$11.99 Retail:
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Delve deeper into the biblical and Shakespearean allusions found within To Have and to Hold, as well as the times in which it was set, and the larger concepts which it promotes. Literary elements, themes of Virginian contribution to America, essays on Jamestown and outlined points are used to show how the English settlers were providentially "given" America, taking advantage of "wasted" Powhatan land. Sample notebook pages are included, while an enclosed CDROM includes suggestions for compositions, and questions arranged by chapters. 42 pages, softcover.