Lesson 1 (from Chapter I: The Medieval Situation)
Chapter I: The Medieval Situation
Due to its informational nature, this book is non-fiction--which is different than the most famous of the books penned by this author. The objective of this lesson will be to discuss this important literary genre, and to analyze why this book fits so well into this particular genre.
1) Introduction of Genre: Introduce to the class the concept of the non-fiction style of writing. Present the pros and cons of this style of narrative and list some of the reasons why an author would choose this style to write in. Present some examples of this style from books that they have read, or will read later with the class. Compare the style of this book with the other popular works written by Lewis and note the differences. Answer any of the questions that the students might have concerning this narrative style...
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