This puzzle, along with most of the other puzzles that I write, is an attempt to integrate, review, and blend. I want to integrate more than one subject in a learning activity. All of life’s experiences are integrated activities. I want to review previous material a student (puzzle doer) has been exposed to. We get better at tasks in life by repetition. I want to blend a learning experience with as many other learning situations as I can. Few life experiences are isolated happenings.
This puzzle blends practicing/learning with Roman Numerals with learning a little about one of the South's premiere woman writers, Mary Flannery O'Connor..
There IS a Prelude that accompanies the puzzle which reviews/explains the process of converting Roman Numerals for the student (puzzle doer) who needs some take home assistance or review. The puzzle is from my book Fun with Savannah (for the well-rounded puzzler who wants to know more.)
A Roman Experience, A Roman Numeral Flannery O'Connor Essay
by Jay Waggoner, Value Added Publishing
is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License