Windows to the World: An Introduction to Literary Analysis [Teacher/Student Combo]

Author: Lesha Myers
Grades:
  • 9-12
  • Tchr
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Windows to the World: An Introduction to Literary Analysis [Teacher/Student Combo]
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Wondering how to teach high school students to dig into books? With this course they will learn to annotate, analyze, and appreciate literature.

† Contains distinctly Christian content

Why do certain literary works have the power to move us?

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With step-by-step instructions, Windows to the World teaches high school level students how to analyze elements of literature: setting, plot, characterization, imagery, allusions, parallelism, and much more.

This course also gives numerous examples and suggestions for helping students develop Christian discernment skills. The accompanying Teacher’s Manual is suitable for both new and experienced teachers.

Windows to the World provides a solid grounding in literary analysis—what to look for when we read a work of literature, the literary devices commonly used by authors and why they work well, and how authors succeed in conveying tone, theme, character, irony, point of view, and so forth.


Click here to download a document created by the authors that compares Windows to the World with Teaching the Classics.

The purchase of this product includes the A Syllabus for Introduction to Literary Analysis e-book. See sample in Sample tab.

Specifications: Teacher: 129 pages, Student: 194 pages

ISBN: 978-1-62341-103-9

Edition: First Edition, January 2008

Copyright Date: January 2008

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Student Book:All rights reserved.No part of this book may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without the prior written permission of the author, except as provided by U.S.A. copyright law and the specific policy below:Home use: You may copy this Student Book for use by multiple children within your immediate family.Small group or co-op classes: Each teacher is required to purchase his or her own Teacher's Manual and Student Book. You may copy student-related materials from the Teacher’s Manual for use in your own class. You may not copy from this Student Book. Each participating student or family is required to purchase a Student Book.Classroom teachers: Each teacher is required to purchase his or her own Teacher's Manual and Student Book. You may copy student-related materials from the Teacher’s Manual for use in your own class. You may not copy from this Student Book. A Student Book must be purchased for each participating student.Teacher's Manual:All rights reserved.No part of this book may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without the prior written permission of the author, except as provided by U.S.A. copyright law and the specific policy below:Home use: You may copy student-related materials from this Teacher’s Manual for use by multiple children within your immediate family.Small group or co-op classes: Each teacher is required to purchase his or her own Teacher's Manual and Student Book. You may copy student-related materials from this Teacher’s Manual for use in your own class. You may not copy from the Student Book. Each participating student or family is required to purchase a Student Book.Classroom teachers: Each teacher is required to purchase his or her own Teacher's Manual and Student Book. You may copy student-related materials from this Teacher’s Manual for use in your own class. You may not copy from the Student Book. A Student Book must be purchased for each participating student.Library use: Printed materials may be checked out of a lending library provided patrons agree not to make copies.
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