Such a big world we live in! Our homeschoolers should experience that in their learning through literature. Check out the 7 Sisters World Literature Full-Year High School course, or choose titles from this collection individually.
Many of these books will raise tough questions for your high school students; they will have to examine ideas they’ve never considered before. Critical thinking and personal application of truth we uncover is an important skill for life. Encourage your teens to practice now as they read and discuss the books you assign them for literature in your homeschool.
This 130 page e-text will provide your student with a college-prep level World Literature credit.
It can also be adapted to honors level using the suggestions in the book. It comes complete with study guides for nine books, including a “how-to” section, vocabulary, supplemental ideas, and answer keys for each guide.
- The Epic of Gilgamesh,
- Plato’s Republic,
- The Three Musketeers,
- Les Miserables,
- Uncle Vanya,
- The Picture of Dorian Gray,
- The Good Earth, and
- Cry, the Beloved Country.
For help with a book that feels overwhelming, have you investigated summaries and supplemental material like what you find at sparknotes.com or cliffsnotes.com? What do you think of my ideas in this vlog?