Golden Age of Crime Writing

Still working on this one! 

Age Range:               10 - 14

Duration:                    20 weeks

This is a study of three classic Golden Age of Crime novels, which includes a choice of Agatha Christie books. Of course, you could lengthen the study and do both!  Although designed to be used by a small group, meeting weekly with independent work to be completed between meetings, this unit study can be used by a family or an individual child.

Using Dr Who episodes and films to introduce books, this study includes a range of fun activities based on the books.

 

Resources

 

Novel Author Study Guide
Envious Casca Georgette Heyer Envious Casca - A Study Guide
The Man in the Brown Suit Agatha Christie
or Murder on the Orient Express Agatha Christie

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Victorian Literature Unit Study


Age Range:    10-14
Duration:        20 weeks

 

This is a study of three classic Victorian novels, with a wide variety of subjects covered.  Although designed to be used by a small group, meeting once a week with independent work to be completed between meetings, this unit study can be used by a family or individual child.

 

World War Two Unit Study

 

New!  

As an alternative you can now study 'N or M' by Agatha Christie as your spine text.


Age Range:  8-14
Duration:  8 weeks

This is a study of World War Two and covers a wide variety of subjects.  Although designed to be used by a small group, meeting once a week with independent work to be completed between meetings, it can be used by a family or individual child.  It is available exclusively from Resource Mouse and requires no further study guides.

Australia Unit Study


Age Range:     10-14
Duration:         6 weeks

 

This is a study of a classic Australian novel for young adults together with a look at the geography of the continent.  Although designed to be used by a small group, meeting once a week with independent work to be completed between meetings, this study guide can be used by a family or individual child.