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Syllabus for The Deerslayer: James Fenimore Cooper, Novelist of the RepublicF.a.c.e. / Other$8.29 Retail:
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An introduction to James Fenimore Cooper's life, his bibliography, a chapter list, and a list of characters are all included in this teacher's guide to The Deerslayer. The majority of the guide is broken into three sections: American Christian principles, the American Indian and American distinctions, each with many sub-points and 1-2 sentences from the text to highlight the main idea. 25 pages, softcover. Grades 9-12.
A Teacher Guide for the Classic Carry On, Mr. BowditchF.a.c.e. / Other$12.99 Retail:
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This teacher's guide provides an overview of the F.A.C.E classic literature program that uses the Principle Approachto education. Teacher helps include notes on how to teach and present the classics by focusing on teaching through the "seven loves of literature" taught in the FACE Noah Plan Literature Curriculum guide. There are also supplemental pages that include student work on author/setting character/plot/theme/style, mapwork, timelines, and more.Softcover. Grade 4.
Abigail Adams: Patriotic Women in the American Revolution Teacher GuideF.a.c.e. / Other$5.99 Retail:
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Introduces the Christian literature of the American Republic, especially "the ladies in literature," discussing how Christianity liberates women and the character qualities of American Christian womanhood. To the biography of Abigail Adams is added a study of character and correspondence with copies of some of Abigail Adams's letters. In addition to the literary elements and a list of other biographical resources, researching the historical setting is presented, along with highlighting leading ideas in American life in the chapter-by-chapter study, such as: "Courtship was governed by Biblical principles," and "Patriotic mothers nursed the infancy of freedom. They animated the courage and confirmed the self-devotion of those who ventured all in the common cause" (Elizabeth Ellet); "The love of Christ and country was learned in our American Christian homes."
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.