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Timeline of Classics: Historical Context for the Good and Great Books!
Come on in and enjoy a bit of resourcefulness – aka, TLC!
When I began studying history through literature with my children, I had almost no direction and no idea of how people, places, or events fit together…
…until we set out to assemble a chronological book list!
By placing the literature of the ages within historical context, we were building a framework. Little by little, we could see the panoramic view of world history through the lense of classic literature!
We never guessed that anyone else would see our “book list.” A friend encouraged me to share what we had compiled. Six-and-a-half-years later, our project was published. One mom who reviewed Timeline of Classics described our resource perfectly:
You could actually organize all of your history and literature studies from elementary through high school using Timeline of Classics as your single guide.
Any student or teacher of history and literature can use this versatile reference guide.
For those of us who like seeing “the BIG picture,” this chronological index of classic world literature is a time saver. Hours and hours of planning and research have already been done for you!
Timeline of Classics now includes instruction for Reader-Response Journaling. This simple, yet powerful method will enable you and your students to:
- outline each chapter they read to strengthen comprehension
- develop discernment
- experience the wonder of classic literature
- and prepare you to write about literature
So whether you are a classroom teacher or a teaching parent, Timeline of Classics is useful for students of all ages.
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FREE Sample Reader-Response Journal
The Magician's Nephew by C. S. Lewis