Fellowship of the Ring (Lord of the Rings) Study Guide Progeny Press

Fellowship of the Ring (Lord of the Rings) Study Guide Progeny Press

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These study guides deal with literature as works of art and philosophy, explain and use literary terms, deal with plot construction, dig into why the characters act, believe, and feel as they do. Easy-to-use lessons include comprehension and analysis, questions on related Biblical principles, activities, a complete answer key, and more.

Frodo Baggins inherits a ring from his friend and uncle, who then disappears--thus begins Frodo's epic quest through Middle-earth. From his humble and comfortable life in the Shire, Frodo is thrust into a world so much bigger than he imagined, filled with evil and death as well as lyrical beauty and heroic sacrifice. How can one small hobbit make a difference against overwhelming odds and evil, and why continue when failure appears certain? J. R. R. Tolkien, close friend of C. S. Lewis, created in this book the opening of a sweeping epic myth for our times.

These guides explain and use literary terms, use character studies, walk through plot construction, and discuss themes and ideas.  All the lessons include Biblical questions related to the title, critical thinking exercises, activities and vocabulary lists.  They are consumable quides and include answer key.

Grade Level: 9-12

Book Title Fellowship of the Ring (Lord of the Rings) Study Guide Progeny Press
Publisher: Progeny Press
These study guides deal with literature as works of art and philosophy, explain and use literary terms, deal with plot construction, dig into why the characters act, believe, and feel as they do. Easy-to-use lessons include comprehension and analysis, questions on related Biblical principles, activities, a complete answer key, and more.

Frodo Baggins inherits a ring from his friend and uncle, who then disappears--thus begins Frodo's epic quest through Middle-earth. From his humble and comfortable life in the Shire, Frodo is thrust into a world so much bigger than he imagined, filled with evil and death as well as lyrical beauty and heroic sacrifice. How can one small hobbit make a difference against overwhelming odds and evil, and why continue when failure appears certain? J. R. R. Tolkien, close friend of C. S. Lewis, created in this book the opening of a sweeping epic myth for our times.

These guides explain and use literary terms, use character studies, walk through plot construction, and discuss themes and ideas.  All the lessons include Biblical questions related to the title, critical thinking exercises, activities and vocabulary lists.  They are consumable quides and include answer key.

Grade Level: 9-12