Explore the Victorian world of Anne of Green Gables
by Margie Gray
Through varied, thought-provoking activities that stimulate interest and inquiry, they will explore the events and thinking of the time. Combining elements of the classical education of Annes daydictation, recitation, memorization, essay writingwith the interdisciplinary approach of todayuse of primary documents, filed trips, hands-on projectsthis study will challenge students to reflect on the historical issues of the Victorian day as well as the personal challenges of growing up.
While following the lively, imaginative Anne into young womanhood, students will be led to look at their own journey into maturity. From discussions of self-acceptance, appearance, friendship, and romance, they will move beyond to reflect on character-building questions
What does it take to be a good friends?
What should be the topic of our conversations?
What are the effects of unforgivingness?
For, at the heart of this study is the authors desire to see young women grow into the grace of womanhood and the fruitfulness of the Lord.
Recently revised and updated, Where the Brook and River Meet is now over 500 pages and an even more effective program for your home school. You and your students will be challenged by the clear call to higher standards this study sets forth.
Grade Level: 9th Grade - 12th Grade