Writing Through Early Modern History Level 1 Cursive
Writing, grammar, spelling, penmanship practice, literature, reading comprehension, and vocabulary are all taught and practiced using historical narratives, folk stories, cultural tales, and primary source documents. Thisbookincorporates all aspects of Charlotte Masons interactive view of language arts (i.e. narration/ written summaries/copywork/dictation), integrated with a biblical worldview. Teacher instruction includes descriptions_1 of expected work, daily schedules, and appendices. Student pages provide reading selections, copywork models, and lines. Book is around 350 pages.
Writing Through Modern History Level 1 covers modern history from the early 1800s to 1985--the fourth year of a 4-year history cycle. It is divided into four chapters: short stories, short stories by Hans Christian Andersen, historically relevant poetry, and cultural tales.There are 60 selections included in Writing Through Modern History Level 1 books.
With the Level 1 Writing Through Modern History book, students read historical narratives, written at a 1st to 3rd grade reading level, about: slavery, Abraham Lincoln, Robert E. Lee, Stonewall Jackson, Thomas Edison, the Red Cross,Yellow Fever, the Wright brothers, Sergeant york, the Navajo Code Talkers, the Cuban Missile Crisis, Watergate, and more
Selections by Alfred Lord Tennyson, Lewis Caroll, Kipling, Emily Dickinson, Walt Whitman,Childhood's Favorites and Fairy Stories and more
Fun Tales by: Hans Christian Andersen, Andrew Lang