Black Ships Before Troy Scholarly Workbook
SneakerBlossom Study Guides are Christian, Classical, Versatile, and Affordable. They can be used from third grade through high school. Discussion/essay questions encourage students to think about the relationship of their Christian faith and the Word of God to the literature they have encountered.
SneakerBlossom Study Guides are available in a variety of formats. Families or classrooms with students at different skill levels can study the same book together.
SneakerBlossom Study Guides are available in six print versions.
The Answer Key includes comprehension and discussion/essay questions and answers.
The Complete Study Guide includes comprehension and discussion/essay questions in the front for the student, and questions and answers in the back for the teacher.
The Relaxed Workbook includes comprehension questions with multiple-choice and fill-in-the-blank answers.
The Studious Workbook includes comprehension questions with lines for the student’s answers.
The Scholarly Workbook includes comprehension and discussion/essay questions, with lines for the student’s answers under the comprehension questions.
The Comfortable Workbook has a dyslexia-friendly font, comprehension questions with multiple choice answers, discussion/essay questions, and cut-and-paste character indexing. At this time, the Comfortable Workbook is available for Black Ships Before Troy only.
All SneakerBlossom Ancient History Study Guides include character and place indexing. Print versions also include map work, with the exception of the Study Guides for D’Aulaires’ Book of Greek Myths.
This is the Scholarly Workbook for Black Ships Before Troy, Rosemary Sutcliff’s retelling of the Iliad. It includes comprehension and discussion/essay questions. The comprehension questions have lines for the student’s answers. It also includes character and place indexing and map work. Indexing includes main and minor characters, with an option to index every character and place in the text.
Use time-proven literature adaptations alongside level-specific guides to study classical literature. The ancient classics become accessible with such favorites as Aeneid for Boys and Girls, Rosemary Sutcliff’s Black Ships Before Troy and The Wanderings of Odysseus, or D’Aulaire’s Book of Greek Myths, and more. Each guide follows a pattern: read a book chapter, examine characters, complete map work, and then students either write out comprehension answers in a chosen workbook, a notebook, or answer verbally. Tailor your workbook choice to your student. Relaxed (also called A) workbooks are simple format, with short answers and a minimal list of main characters and map tasks. The Studious level (B) will write out comprehension answers, learn main and minor characters, and add more map tasks. The Scholarly level (C) includes all material in previous levels, including every character and place mentioned (although the author does not expect 100% retention). This level also adds comprehension and discussion questions that flesh out characters and concepts, while stressing Biblical application.
The Answer Key includes all answers for comprehension and discussion questions, as well as character and mapping lists. The most economical way to use the program is to get the novel and the Answer Key, with all work done orally. The Key is handy with multiple student levels. The Complete Guideincludes the questions in the front for students, so they wouldn't need the workbook (they can write in a notebook or answer orally), and questions and answers are at the back. ~ Ruth
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