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Story Summary: The 1951 Newbery Medal winner. Born a prince in Africa, Amos Fortune believes he must live to serve his people. Although captured and brought to the United States as a slave, Amos never forgets his high calling. In spite of his circumstances, Amos lives his life as a testimony to freedomthe freedom that can only come from faith in God. Based on a true story.
Looking for more than activity sheets or a who-did-what series of questions? Want to dig into the essence of the novel? This study guide provides easy-to-use, reproducible lessons on literary terms, comprehension and analysis, critical thinking, related scriptural principles, vocabulary, and activities, plus a complete answer key. Examines issues from a Christian perspective. Excellent for private schools and home study. Also an excellent reference for public school teachers, but biblical references may have to be removed.
This CD-ROM version of the study guide contains an interactive .pdf file in which the student can enter his or her answers and save a copy of the file. No papers piling up! The CD contains the interactive study guide file, a full answer key file, and an instructional ReadMe file. The study guide file also may be printed for handouts. Using the CD, teachers may make student copies of the file for student use or may print out the pages they wish to use for handouts. (Files may not be posted on any website for student retrieval.) PC and Mac compatible. Requires Adobe Acrobat Reader 7.0 or higher (9.0 is recommended). Because many of the questions are short essay questions, student files are not autograded and must be graded with reference to the answer key.
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Book Description Progeny Press, 2011. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1586095722
Book Description Progeny Press, 2011. CD-ROM. Condition: Brand New. 66 pages. 5.20x0.40x4.80 inches. In Stock. Seller Inventory # 1586095722