Heidi - a Guide For Teachers and Students
- Publisher Introduction to Heidi, vocabulary words for chapters, questions, and creative projects. Brief quotations and interesting facts.
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About "Heidi - a Guide For Teachers and Students"
Heidi is the story of an adventurous orphan girl who learns to overcome misfortune through faith in God. This guide offers direction for mining the treasure of this inspiring book.The Classics for Young Readers guides encourage teachers and students to interact with the greatest children's literature ever written. Each guide contains vocabulary exercises, discussion questions, and creative activities. Students will learn to explore the texts and experience the life and times of the characters, while deepening their understanding of biblical truth and Christian virtues. The guides to Classics for Young Readers are reproducible for home and classroom use.
Introduction to Heidi, vocabulary words for chapters, questions, and creative projects. Brief quotations and interesting facts.
Meet the Author
Ranelda Mack Hunsicker
Kathryn Lindskoog is a prolific writer, teacher, and literary critic. She is probably best known for her book "C. S. Lewis: Mere Christian," an examination of the work of Lewis, who wrote to her, "You know my work better than anyone else I've met: certainly better than I do myself." Among her twenty-one other books are "Creative Writing for People Who Can't Not Write" and the three-volume "Dante's Divine Comedy: Journey to Joy. "The mother of two grown children, she lives in California with her husband. ýRanelda Mack Hunsicker, a former elementary and high school teacher, is now a freelance