Dickens: His Work and His World Literature Study Guide
This is a 2 week Literature Study Guide created as a part of Illuminations Year 6. It would complement your study of The Mystery of History, Volume IV, which covers world history from 1708 to the present.
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This 2-week Study Guide provides you with a Student Guide (13 pages) and an Answer Key (14 pages) which include the following:
- Discussion Generators
- Hands-On Activities
- Family Tree
- Name That Character Worksheet
This study guide can also be found in Illuminations Year 6. It would complement your study of The Mystery of History, Volume IV, which covers world history from 1708 to the present.
Book description from Amazon.com:
Join award-winning author, critic, and anthologist Michael Rosen for a spirited tour of the life and work of one of our greatest novelists. With stunning illustrations by Robert Ingpen, this accessible, child-friendly book vividly re-creates the world of Charles Dickens, from the author’s childhood in London to his early career, his performances, and, of course, the great social and political upheavals of the time, which inspired so much of his work. Michael Rosen’s vibrant discussion covers some of the best-known novels by Dickens, describing OLIVER TWIST, A CHRISTMAS CAROL, and DAVID COPPERFIELD, and providing a fascinating detailed analysis of GREAT EXPECTATIONS.
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The Mystery of History Volume IV
The Mystery of History Volume IV is now available! Volume IV unfolds three centuries of word history, from the wars of independence to modern times (1708- present) with author Linda Hobar’s distinctly Christian perspective.
The Student Reader now contains 84 stirring lessons in a colorful, easy-to-hold hardback. The reader is a stand alone world history text for all ages to enjoy. (See note below.) But for those who wish to delve deeper, we have included a download code in each book for a digital version of The Mystery of History Volume IV Companion Guide. The reproducible resources of the Companion Guide, written also by Linda Lacour Hobar, contain familiar and popular components of The Mystery of History series: pretests; hands-on activities and research projects for younger, middle, and older students; memory card ideas; bi-weekly quizzes and exercises; timeline helps; maps; supplemental book lists; and more.