Daily Lessons for Teaching Seeds of Yesterday

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Lesson 1 (from Book One, Foxworth Hall, Joel Foxworth, and Memories)

Objective

Book One, Foxworth Hall, Joel Foxworth, and Memories

Foreshadowing plays a large role in this novel. For example, Joel is an example of foreshadowing in that he reminds Catherine of her mean grandfather. Another instance of foreshadowing is Bart inheriting the mansion in which Catherine and Chris were terrified as children. This lesson will focus on the role of foreshadowing as it is present in characters and setting.

Lesson

1. Class discussion: Joel is an element of foreshadowing in that he disturbs Catherine. She thought he was dead and now he has suddenly turned up at the mansion. What do you think Joel is foreshadowing? Do you think Catherine is right to be suspicious of him?

2. Individual assignment: The setting, Foxworth Hall, is another element of foreshadowing in the novel. This is significant because the mansion is the same one where Catherine and Chris were abused as...

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