Purchase extra Student Books to teach additional high school level students to annotate, analyze, and appreciate literature.
† Contains distinctly Christian content
Why do certain literary works have the power to move us? With step-by-step instructions, Windows to the World teaches high school level students how to analyze elements of literature: setting, plot, characterization, imagery, allusions, parallelism, and much more. This course also gives numerous examples and suggestions for helping students develop Christian discernment skills.
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The purchase of this product includes the A Syllabus for Introduction to Literary Analysis e-book. See sample below.
Windows to the World: An Introduction to Literary Analysis (Student Book only)
First Edition, January 2008
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