King Arthur Literature Student Study Guide Second Edition

King Arthur Literature Student Study Guide Second Edition

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ISBN: 9781547702718
Grades: 5

Publisher Description:

The King Arthur and His Knights of the Round Table Student Guide features teaching guidelines, a map of Arthurian England, information about the author and illustrator, a family tree of King Arthur and his knights, as well as reading notes, vocabulary study, comprehension questions, discussion questions, and enrichment activities for each chapter in the novel. The student guide also contains an appendix with a glossary of terms, the poem “The Lady of Shalott” by Alfred Lord Tennyson, “The Wooing of Sir Keith” by Howard Pyle, and an excerpt from “Le Morte D’Arthur” by Tennyson. The answers can be found in the King Arthur and His Knights of the Round Table Teacher Guide.

Category Description for Memoria Press Literature Guides:

Just the right stuff! Thats what youll be thinking as you use this warm and inviting reading program from Memoria Press. The guides are well-organized, user-friendly, academically challenging, and graphically pleasing. Memoria believes that reading is not a passive activity, but that it requires an active, discriminating mind, one that has been challenged to think, compare, and contrast. That philosophy is evident in these guides.

Student Guides are consumable at the lower levels, providing space for the student to write. Each book/story/ poem is approached in much the same way, although with increasing depth. Vocabulary, comprehension/discussion questions, quotations, composition, and miscellaneous literary analysis activities (sequencing, literary terms, dictation, poetry connections, etc.) are covered.

Upper level books (Gr. 2 and up) are organized around the Trivium, and activities are grouped into Pre- Grammar (preparation prior knowledge or experience), Grammar (presentation essential facts, elements, and features), Logic (dialectic reasons with the facts, elements, and features), and Rhetoric (expression explains in own words with supporting details). Although there is consistency from lesson to lesson, there is also an extra activity provided with each lesson, and these are quite varied. Background information on the author and book is included. Several high school level guides have transitioned to Second Editions, which are smaller-format (6"x 9") with a focus on student activities without lined spaces. Students would record their work in a separate notebook.

Teacher Guides provide valuable teaching information and full-text answer keys at all grade levels. Beyond this there are variances within the guides. Discussion talking points, reproducible quizzes and final tests (with answers) are included in numerous guides especially at the upper levels. The first grade program (StoryTime Treasures and More StoryTime Treasures) differs a little bit in content due to the lower grade level. The second-grade level includes pre- and post-reading exercises that focus on continued phonics development, syllabication and vocabulary for the emerging independent reader. For grades 2-9, we are now offering literature guide only packages that include all the student and teacher guides for each grade, no books. ~ Janice




Category Description for STUDY GUIDES & BOOKS:

Please note that a brief synopsis of many of the books included here are provided in our Library Builders section. Study guides for the same book are often available from several publishers, so we found it more efficient to give a description of the book only once.


Primary Subject
Reading/Literature
Grade
5
ISBN
9781547702718
Format
Softcover Book
Brand Name
Memoria Press
Weight
0.7 (lbs.)
Dimensions
11.0" x 8.5" x 0.25"
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Reading this to go with SOTW middle ages for my 6th grader
Anna Y on Jul 21, 2020
I am starting my soon to be sixth grader with classics and I am hoping the guides will help him better grasp the significance of this literature.
Amanda S on Apr 25, 2018
Reading this to go with SOTW middle ages for my 6th grader
Anna Y on Jul 21, 2020
I am using it for a co-op literature class
Jennifer B on Aug 20, 2019
I am starting my soon to be sixth grader with classics and I am hoping the guides will help him better grasp the significance of this literature.
Amanda S on Apr 25, 2018
School
Shawna R on Oct 23, 2017
did literature for middle ages using this.
Dawn H on Aug 29, 2017
I chose this study guide because we need it for homeschooling.
Stacey C on Mar 1, 2017
This looks like a helpful resource to guide my students in doing written narrations of King Arthur.
Stacey L on Jul 29, 2016
I am using it for a co-op literature class
Jennifer B on Aug 20, 2019
School
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