A Christmas Carol

In Prose - Being a Ghost Story of Christmas

A new edition of the much-loved story which Rudolf Steiner recommended for the Upper Middle School. It offers material suitable for both this  age-level and later. In A Christmas Carol Dickens wove his concern for the poor and unfortunate together with visits of four ghosts to tell the story of a hard man’s inner transformation. This classic tale is both a cry for social justice and a moving parable of human development. – Several episodes not included in the previous editions have been added, the vocabulary section has been completely revised: The thematic groups have been checked and extended, while a new and greatly extended page-by-page vocabulary replaces the alphabetical list of the earlier editions. A wide range of comprehension questions and exercises, graded in difficulty for use in mixed-ability classes, completes the main work-section. Christmas recipes, a dance and a list of internet resources for further study have all been included. Colour portraits of the author icomplement John Leech’s original illustrations (1843), also in colour. – For Class 8 (9).
Titel A Christmas Carol
Untertitel In Prose - Being a Ghost Story of Christmas
Autoren Charles Dickens, Peter Morris
Herausgeber Christoph Jaffke
Auflage 3. Auflage, 2013 (Klammerheftung)
Verlag Pädagogische Forschungsstelle Stuttgart
ISBN 9783927286573
Umfang 96 Seiten
Format DIN A5
Preis 6,00 €
Bestellnummer 600078