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Walking to Wisdom Literature Guides

Seamlessly add your Walking to Wisdom Literature Guides curriculum from Classical Academic Press to your homeschool schedule with these lesson plans for use with your Homeschool Planet subscription. Walking to Wisdom Literature Guide Series: Inklings Collection is a series for studying eight different literary works by Inklings authors C.S. Lewis, J.R.R. Tolkien, and Dorothy L. Sayers. This series might be used by students in grades seven through twelve. These guides stand out from most other literature study guides because they delve deeply into philosophical, spiritual, and worldview questions.

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Lesson Plans

WtW~ Lit Guide Lesson Plan Bundle  For Grades 7 - 12

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Lesson Plans included in Bundle:
WtW Lit Guide~ The Man Born to be King
WtW Lit Guide~ The Fellowship of the Ring
WtW Lit Guide~ The Two Towers
WtW Lit Guide~ The Return of the King
WtW Lit Guide~ Till We Have Faces
WtW Lit Guide~ The Screwtape Letters
WtW Lit Guide~ The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe
WtW Lit Guide~ The Last Battle

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WtW Lit Guide~ The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe  For Grades 7 - 12

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The curriculum for this WtW Lit Guide~ The Lion, The Witch & The Wardrobe lesson plan can be found by using the following link~

512445: Walking to Wisdom Literature Guide: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe Student Edition

Walking to Wisdom Literature Guide: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe Student Edition
By Classical Academic Press

The Walking to Wisdom Inklings Collection from Classical Academic Press will collectively teach students how to read with depth and delight the works of C.S. Lewis, J.R.R. Tolkien, and Dorothy Sayers. Each literature guide can stand on its own yet also interacts with the others through sidebar comments and thematic continuity. All eight (sold-separately) guides used over the course of a year can be utilized as a 20th-Century literature course, or a single guide can be used as a fantastic supplement.

Walking to Wisdom Literature Guides instructs students with following habits:

  • Taking notes in their books
  • Answering reading questions
  • Creating their own questions
  • Reading sample student writing
  • Keeping notes book-wide on themes and motifs
  • Answering discussion questions about thematic material
  • Memorizing important quotations
  • Preparing while reading to write
  • Participating in creative enrichment activities related to the books

Walking to Wisdom: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe by CS Lewis integrates features non-fiction essays by Lewis that relate to the content in the work. Lewis' classic imaginative work, The Lion, the Witch and the Wardobe provides a natural space to explore the idea of archetype and allegory. Two reading schedules-one covering 10 days (2-3 chapters/day for 6 days plus context essay days) and another covering 20 days (double-time provide for each assignment) are provided. 74 non-reproducible pages, softcover; consumable if students write on the pages rather than in a notebook.

Grades 7 & up.

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WtW Lit Guide~ The Last Battle  For Grades 7 - 12

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The curriculum for this WtW Lit Guide~ The Last Battle lesson plan can be found by using the following link~

512407: Walking to Wisdom Literature Guide: The Last Battle Student Edition

Walking to Wisdom Literature Guide: The Last Battle Student Edition
By Classical Academic Press

The Walking to Wisdom Inklings Collection from Classical Academic Press will collectively teach students how to read with depth and delight the works of C.S. Lewis, J.R.R. Tolkien, and Dorothy Sayers. Each literature guide can stand on its own yet also interacts with the others through sidebar comments and thematic continuity. All eight (sold-separately) guides used over the course of a year can be utilized as a 20th-Century literature course, or a single guide can be used as a supplement.

Walking to Wisdom Literature Guides instructs students with following habits:

  • Taking notes in their books
  • Answering reading questions
  • Creating their own questions
  • Reading sample student writing
  • Keeping notes book-wide on themes and motifs
  • Answering discussion questions about thematic material
  • Memorizing important quotations
  • Preparing while reading to write
  • Participating in creative enrichment activities related to the books

Walking to Wisdom: The Last Battle integrates features non-fiction essays by CS Lewis that relate to the content in the work. The final book in CS Lewis' Chronicles of Narnia series, The Last Battle is an apocalyptic story. Two reading schedules-one covering 10 days with a heavier workload and another covering 20 days are provided. 51 non-reproducible pages, softcover; consumable if students write on the pages rather than in a notebook.

Grades 7 & up.

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WtW Lit Guide~The Screwtape Letters  For Grades 7 - 12

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The curriculum for this WtW Lit Guide~ The Screwtape Letters lesson plan can be found by using the following link~

512384: Walking to Wisdom Literature Guide: Screwtape Letters Student Edition

Walking to Wisdom Literature Guide: Screwtape Letters Student Edition
By Classical Academic Press

The Walking to Wisdom Inklings Collection from Classical Academic Press will collectively teach students how to read with depth and delight the works of C.S. Lewis, J.R.R. Tolkien, and Dorothy Sayers. Each literature guide can stand on its own yet also interacts with the others through sidebar comments and thematic continuity. All eight (sold-separately) guides used over the course of a year can be utilized as a 20th-Century literature course, or a single guide can be used as a fantastic supplement.

Walking to Wisdom Literature Guides instructs students with following habits:

  • Taking notes in their books
  • Answering reading questions
  • Creating their own questions
  • Reading sample student writing
  • Keeping notes book-wide on themes and motifs
  • Answering discussion questions about thematic material
  • Memorizing important quotations
  • Preparing while reading to write
  • Participating in creative enrichment activities related to the books

Walking to Wisdom: The Screwtape Letters by CS Lewis integrates features non-fiction essays by Lewis that relate to the content in the work. Lewis' satirical novel, written as a series of letters between a demon and his nephew, tackles the issues and trials of Christian faith. Two reading schedules-one covering 11 days with a heavier workload and another covering 21 days are provided. 94 non-reproducible pages, softcover; consumable if students write on the pages rather than in a notebook.

Grades 7 & up.

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WtW Lit Guide~ Till We Have Faces  For Grades 7 - 12

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The curriculum for this WtW Lit Guide~ Till We Have Faces lesson plan can be found by using the following link~

512469: Walking to Wisdom Literature Guide: Till We Have Faces Student Edition

Walking to Wisdom Literature Guide: Till We Have Faces Student Edition
By Classical Academic Press

The Walking to Wisdom Inklings Collection from Classical Academic Press will collectively teach students how to read with depth and delight the works of C.S. Lewis, J.R.R. Tolkien, and Dorothy Sayers. Each literature guide can stand on its own yet also interacts with the others through sidebar comments and thematic continuity. All eight (sold-separately) guides used over the course of a year can be utilized as a 20th-Century literature course, or a single guide can be used as a fantastic supplement.

Walking to Wisdom Literature Guides instructs students with following habits:

  • Taking notes in their books
  • Answering reading questions
  • Creating their own questions
  • Reading sample student writing
  • Keeping notes book-wide on themes and motifs
  • Answering discussion questions about thematic material
  • Memorizing important quotations
  • Preparing while reading to write
  • Participating in creative enrichment activities related to the books

Walking to Wisdom: Till We Have Faces by CS Lewis integrates features non-fiction essays by Lewis that relate to the content in the work. A re-telling of the story of Psyche and Cupid, this challenging work features the story of Psyche's sister's journey towards a full understanding of herself and her relationship with her sister. Two reading schedules-one with 28 days and another with 56 days are provided. 176 non-reproducible pages, softcover; consumable if students write on the pages rather than in a notebook.

Grades 7 & up.

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WtW Lit Guide~ The Man Born to Be King  For Grades 7 - 12

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The curriculum for this WtW Lit Guide~ The Man Born to Be King lesson plan can be found by using the following link~

512582: Walking to Wisdom Literature Guide: Sayers - The Man Born to Be King Student Edition

Walking to Wisdom Literature Guide: Sayers - The Man Born to Be King Student Edition
By Classical Academic Press

The Walking to Wisdom Inklings Collection from Classical Academic Press will collectively teach students how to read with depth and delight the works of C.S. Lewis, J.R.R. Tolkien, and Dorothy Sayers. Each literature guide can stand on its own yet also interacts with the others through sidebar comments and thematic continuity. All eight (sold-separately) guides used over the course of a year can be utilized as a 20th-Century literature course, or a single guide can be used as a supplement.

Walking to Wisdom Literature Guides instructs students with following habits:

  • Taking notes in their books
  • Answering reading questions
  • Creating their own questions
  • Reading sample student writing
  • Keeping notes book-wide on themes and motifs
  • Answering discussion questions about thematic material
  • Memorizing important quotations
  • Preparing while reading to write
  • Participating in creative enrichment activities related to the books

Walking to Wisdom: The Man Born to be King integrates non-fiction essays by CS Lewis, Tolkien, and Sayers that relate to the content in the work. Dorothy Sayers' The Man Born to be King is a play-cycle of the four gospels in dramatic form that explores the nature of kingship and leadership. Three reading schedules--covering 15 days, 20 days, and 40 days--are provided. 149 non-reproducible pages, softcover; consumable if students write on the pages rather than in a notebook.

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WtW Lit Guide~ The Fellowship of The Ring  For Grades 7 - 12

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The curriculum for this WtW Lit Guide~ The Fellowship of The Ring lesson plan can be found by using the following link~

512681: Walking to Wisdom Literature Guide: Tolkien - The Fellowship of the Ring Student Edition

Walking to Wisdom Literature Guide: Tolkien - The Fellowship of the Ring Student Edition
By Classical Academic Press

The Walking to Wisdom Inklings Collection from Classical Academic Press will collectively teach students how to read with depth and delight the works of C.S. Lewis, J.R.R. Tolkien, and Dorothy Sayers. Each literature guide can stand on its own yet also interacts with the others through sidebar comments and thematic continuity. All eight (sold-separately) guides used over the course of a year can be utilized as a 20th-Century literature course, or a single guide can be used as a supplement.

Walking to Wisdom Literature Guides instructs students with following habits:

  • Taking notes in their books
  • Answering reading questions
  • Creating their own questions
  • Reading sample student writing
  • Keeping notes book-wide on themes and motifs
  • Answering discussion questions about thematic material
  • Memorizing important quotations
  • Preparing while reading to write
  • Participating in creative enrichment activities related to the books

Walking to Wisdom: The Fellowship of the Ring integrates features non-fiction essays by CS Lewis that relate to the content in the work. The first book of JRR Tolkien's epic trilogy, The Fellowship of the Ring not only tells a the tale of a thrilling journey, but also echoes profound themes of friendship, wisdom, folly, heroism, and other traits. Two reading schedules-one covering 16 days with a heavier workload and another covering 27 days are provided. 92 non-reproducible pages, softcover; consumable if students write on the pages rather than in a notebook.

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WtW Lit Guide~ The Two Towers  For Grades 7 - 12

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The curriculum for this WtW Lit Guide~ The Two Towers lesson plan can be found by using the following link~

512668: Walking to Wisdom Literature Guide: Tolkien - The Two Towers Student Edition

Walking to Wisdom Literature Guide: Tolkien - The Two Towers Student Edition
By Classical Academic Press

The Walking to Wisdom Inklings Collection from Classical Academic Press will collectively teach students how to read with depth and delight the works of C.S. Lewis, J.R.R. Tolkien, and Dorothy Sayers. Each literature guide can stand on its own yet also interacts with the others through sidebar comments and thematic continuity. All eight (sold-separately) guides used over the course of a year can be utilized as a 20th-Century literature course, or a single guide can be used as a supplement.

Walking to Wisdom Literature Guides instructs students with following habits:

  • Taking notes in their books
  • Answering reading questions
  • Creating their own questions
  • Reading sample student writing
  • Keeping notes book-wide on themes and motifs
  • Answering discussion questions about thematic material
  • Memorizing important quotations
  • Preparing while reading to write
  • Participating in creative enrichment activities related to the books

Walking to Wisdom: The Two Towers integrates non-fiction essays by CS Lewis, Tolkien, and Sayers that relate to the content in the work. The second book of JRR Tolkien's epic trilogy, The Two Towers continues the story of Sam and Frodo's quest to destroy the one true ring, illustrating great themes of good and evil and wisdom and evil along the way. Two reading schedules-one covering 16 days with a heavier workload and another covering 22 days are provided. 76 non-reproducible pages, softcover; consumable if students write on the pages rather than in a notebook.

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WtW Lit Guide~ Return of The King  For Grades 7 - 12

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The curriculum for this WtW Lit Guide~ Return of The King lesson plan can be found by using the following link~

512605: Walking to Wisdom Literature Guide: Tolkien - The Return of the King Student Edition

Walking to Wisdom Literature Guide: Tolkien - The Return of the King Student Edition
By Classical Academic Press

The Walking to Wisdom Inklings Collection from Classical Academic Press will collectively teach students how to read with depth and delight the works of C.S. Lewis, J.R.R. Tolkien, and Dorothy Sayers. Each literature guide can stand on its own yet also interacts with the others through sidebar comments and thematic continuity. All eight (sold-separately) guides used over the course of a year can be utilized as a 20th-Century literature course, or a single guide can be used as a supplement.

Walking to Wisdom Literature Guides instructs students with following habits:

  • Taking notes in their books
  • Answering reading questions
  • Creating their own questions
  • Reading sample student writing
  • Keeping notes book-wide on themes and motifs
  • Answering discussion questions about thematic material
  • Memorizing important quotations
  • Preparing while reading to write
  • Participating in creative enrichment activities related to the books

Walking to Wisdom: The Return of the King integrates non-fiction essays by CS Lewis, Tolkien, and Sayers that relate to the content in the work. The final book of JRR Tolkien's epic trilogy, The Return of the King concludes the story of Sam and Frodo's quest to destroy the ring. Two reading schedules-one covering 16 days with a heavier workload and another covering 21 days are provided. 95 non-reproducible pages, softcover; consumable if students write on the pages rather than in a notebook.

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