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Anne Bradstreet, Puritan Poet: a Poetry Lesson

Anne Bradstreet, Puritan Poet: a Poetry Lesson

  |   Charlotte Mason Mondays, Language Arts, Lesson Plan, Teaching Elementary School, Teaching High School, Teaching History, Teaching Middle School   |   17 Comments

The best way to study poetry? With history. Studying poetry is studying the VERY WORDS of  real people who lived during the time period you are studying! Please take advantage of this rich primary source material by including poetry in your history studies.  Most importantly, when...

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