Anne of Green Gables - Study GuideThese notes were contributed by members of the GradeSaver community. Anne of Green Gables is a beloved children's book among multiple generations. The success of Montgomery's novel depends largely upon her ability to make her characters timeless. While the setting is in the early 20th century, the book has remained relevant for over a century since its publishing date. Anne, Gilbert, and Marilla are relatable characters because the situations in which they find themselves are ones which every kid eventually experiences as well. They are not limited by their time period. Even though they interact with a world drastically different in appearance from kids today, these characters react to their situations in predictable, relatable ways.
Anne of Avonlea - Audiobook by Lucy Maud Montgomery
Anne of Green Gables Analysis
Teachers Pay Teachers is an online marketplace where teachers buy and sell original educational materials. Are you getting the free resources, updates, and special offers we send out every week in our teacher newsletter? All Categories. Grade Level. Resource Type.
We have sold Bible based literature study guides from Progeny Press for a number of years and have been very pleased with them. Progeny Press Study Guides are used in conjunction with age appropriate novels to explore literature from a sound Biblical perspective. These study guides deal with literature as works of art and philosophy, explain and use literary terms, and deal with plot construction. They dig into why the characters act, believe, and feel as they do and examine what the Bible says in similar circumstances. Easy-to-use lessons include vocabulary exercises, comprehension and analysis, critical thinking, questions on related Biblical principles, activities, plus a complete answer key. This is a book-bound format. When Marilla Cuthbert and her brother Matthew send for an orphan boy to help Matthew on the farm, Anne Shirley, a skinny, red-headed girl who never stops talking, arrives instead.
A novel which appeals to all ages, it has never dwindled in popularity. The story of an year old girl who is mistakenly sent to a two older people for adoption, we watch as the ever optimistic and curious Anne grows into a strong, intelligent, and independent woman. Montgomery did write sequels, but nothing has ever reached the level of success as her original novel. Her book has been adapted to the stage, film, radio, and television. Its popularity reaches around the globe. Montgomery was inspired by notes she had taken as a young girl regarding a couple who had mistakenly adopted an orphan girl after they believed they were adopting an orphan boy. Montgomery drew on her own experiences as a young girl in rural Prince Edward Island.