A Teacher's Guide to A Christmas Carol is a chapter by chapter novel study. This guide contains comprehension questions for each chapter, vocabulary, and a wide variety of writing assignments based... More > on Dickens' classic. There is also a final unit test at the end of the guide. Background notes and full answer keys are provided. This study guide is meant to push students away from looking at A Christmas Carol in a two-dimensional way. Rather, students are pushed into high order levels of thinking. The questions and writing assignments encourage and seek to develop analysis, evaluation and synthesis. Students will enjoy these activities and will enjoy being able to dig deeper into this timeless classic. This guide is designed for grade 7-12 and is also perfect for homeschooling.< Less
A Teacher's Guide to The Hobbit is designed for grades 7-12, but gravitates more towards the intermediate level. If followed closely, A Teacher’s Guide to The Hobbit will take approximately 12... More > weeks to go through. The guide works well for class novel studies or for homeschooling.
Included in this guide are pre-reading activities, chapter by chapter activities, assessments, and assignments that tie the whole book together.< Less
Faced with the option of serving a life sentence for being a war profiteer or joining an elite spy school called Camp X, Mason Briggs chooses to go underground and become a spy. Before hitting the... More > ground in Nazi-occupied Holland, Mason must face his past. A second offer, with eternal consequences, is put before Mason.
Mason is dropped over the Netherlands and into the lives of the Smit family. A resistance group is formed and sets about to protect Jewish families from deportation and persecution. A Nazi named VonTroller, along with a Dutch traitor, battle for control.< Less