This In Issue 36 March 2013
The Power of
Easily accessible stories are fun
to discuss and can prepare your
children for honest-to-goodness
literary analysis, perhaps more
efficiently than any other type
From the Cover:
Allusions, Allegories, and Aslan 68-69
Was C. S. Lewis’s book, The Voyage of the Dawn Treader,
an allegory or an allusion? Take a literary analysis
journey with us as we look at this book and its author.
Low IQ: Fact or Interpretation?
IQ tests, limited in their ability to measure a child’s
thinking ability, test a child’s information processing
ability. Children who test low are probably smarter
than we think.
Getting Started in Geography
Scavenger hunts, collage making, and travel journals
are all fun ways to get started in geography—and
your students will have a great time in the process of
exploring their world!
Researching Careers in Medicine
A look into hundreds of different occupations and their
outlook in the next decade. Results: The healthcare field
is growing faster than most!
Hosting a Book Club 100-101
With the how-to’s and information from this article,
starting a book club will be a simple undertaking!
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