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Study Guide The Witch of Blackbird Pond

Item #:30061 

Rebecca Gilleland

ISBN: 9781586093563

Progeny Press study guides help your child develop skills in literary analysis. Introduces concepts such as plot, character development, conflict-resolution, all from a Christian perspective.

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Rebecca Gilleland

ISBN: 9781586093563

1959 Newbery Medal winner. After the death of her grandfather, 16-year-old Kit leaves her Caribbean home to live with her Puritan aunt and uncle in Connecticut. Her unexpected arrival sets the stage for conflict between the free-spirited Kit and the Puritan community - especially when she befriends the widow who lives beside Blackbird Pond.

Progeny Press study guides include:

  • background on the authors and stories
  • pre-reading suggested activities
  • vocabulary activities related to the stories
  • general content questions
  • literary analysis and terminology questions designed to give students a good understanding of writing technique and how to use it
  • critical analysis questions designed to help students consider and analyze the intellectual, moral, and spiritual issues in the stories and weigh them with reference to scripture
  • detailed answer key

Language Arts

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7th,8th
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The Witch of Blackbird Pond

Elizabeth George Speare

ISBN: 9780547550299

Kit has grown up on the island of Barbados, loved and pampered by her grandfather. But after his death, Kit must leave. It's not proper for a sixteen-year-old girl to live by herself. She's heard stories about her aunt and uncle who live in the colony of Connecticut. These are the only relatives Kit knows of. So, alone and desperate, she sets sail to live with them in New England.

When she arrives, Kit is shocked by the gray, damp landscape, but even more stunned by the Puritanical lifestyle of her uncle's household. Fitting in is not easy - until she meets Hannah Tupper, an older woman who lives alone and is the only person who lets Kit be herself.

But the colonists believe Hannah is a witch. If they discover Kit is her friend, they will think the same of her. Kit must choose: should she abandon her only friend, or stand by her and risk losing everything?

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