This study guide is designed to help students comprehend and analyze the novel by the same name. It is divided into three parts: basic comprehension questions, discussion questions that invlove more critical thinking, and extended activities and research suggestions. The answers for the questions are included.
“It does a man no good to be free until he learns how to live.” These were the words of Amos Fortune, born to a tribal African king. Captured by slave traders when he was fifteen and brought to Massachusetts, Amos maintains his dignity and courage. He dreams of being free and buying the freedom of his closest friends. Will his dreams come true? A 1951 Newbery Medal winner (most distinguished children’s book). Based on a true story.
The novel is sold separately.
The CD Version contains the same material as the original booklets. This version allows you to view the pages on a computer screen or print off as many copies as you need for your household. It is the same price as the booklet, with less storage hassles.
As with any CD format, once the seal has been broken and the product opened, it CANNOT BE RETURNED.
Amos Fortune, Free Man Progeny Study Guide - CD-ROM Version
Publisher: Progeny Press
Format: Multimedia CD-ROM
Author: Carole Pelttari
Age: 10, 11, 12, 13
Grade: 5, 6, 7
Topic: Literature, Reading, Reading Comprehension, Study Guides