Splinters of the Sun: Teaching Russian Literature to High School Students

Splinters of the Sun Teaching Russian Literature to High School Students Master teacher Betty Staley brings us into the world of the Waldorf twelfth grader through the Russian Literature main lesson She touches upon Akhmatova Dostoyevsky Pasternak Pushkin Tolstoy Solz

  • Title: Splinters of the Sun: Teaching Russian Literature to High School Students
  • Author: Betty Staley David S. Mitchell Hallie Wootan
  • ISBN: 9781888365832
  • Page: 322
  • Format: Paperback
  • Master teacher Betty Staley brings us into the world of the Waldorf twelfth grader through the Russian Literature main lesson She touches upon Akhmatova, Dostoyevsky, Pasternak, Pushkin, Tolstoy, Solzhenitsyn, and Sakharov, giving biographical glimpses and citing significant passages from their writings The history, geography, religion, and myths of Russia are also consiMaster teacher Betty Staley brings us into the world of the Waldorf twelfth grader through the Russian Literature main lesson She touches upon Akhmatova, Dostoyevsky, Pasternak, Pushkin, Tolstoy, Solzhenitsyn, and Sakharov, giving biographical glimpses and citing significant passages from their writings The history, geography, religion, and myths of Russia are also considered The particular developmentally recognized qualities of a student at this stage of his her life stand as a backdrop to the content and show the purpose of studying about the Russian soul at this particular time.

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    • Andrew says:

      Absolutely helpful for gaining an overview of what can be introduced in this main lesson. Great suggestions for different directions to take the course.

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