This activity-rich document helps teachers train their students in reading skills and historical appreciation through reading Twice Freed by Patricia St. John.
From the contributor: I used it with grades 5-6, but the reading level was almost too high for grade 5, plus the concepts stretched them significantly. The book sets the stage for, and invites some pretty profound discussions of, Christian principles and life concepts. Reading level seems to me to be ideal for grades 6-7, but the content of ideas and discussions would fit very well for 7-8. The many Scripture references included in the Teacher’s Guide to the Bible stories and concepts woven into the story could, I think, be very nicely be used as a foundation for devotions periods during the time this book is being used for reading class.
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CONTRIBUTOR: Betty Yoder
SERIES: Resources for Twice FreedAll items in the series:
- Introduction to Philemon with NLT
- Twice Freed Book Report
- Twice Freed Chapter 01: Clothing in Ancient Times
- Twice Freed Chapter 03: Who is Guilty?
- Twice Freed Chapter 04: Baucis and Philemon
- Twice Freed Chapter 05: Read between the Lines
- Twice Freed Chapter 06: Background on Ephesus
- Twice Freed Chapter 06: Visual on Temple and School
- Twice Freed Chapter 07: Reading Comprehension
- Twice Freed Chapter 09: Discussion Points
- Twice Freed Chapter 11: Visual for Laodicea
- Twice Freed Chapter 11: Visual of the Seven Churches
- Twice Freed Chapter 14: Reading between the Lines
- Twice Freed Chapter 16: Comprehension
- Twice Freed Chapter 18: Acrostic
- Twice Freed Teachers' Guide
- Twice Freed: "The Hound of Heaven"