This guide was updated and expanded in March of 2018.
This is a two week study for the book titled Twice Freed, by Patricia St. John. Twice Freed is historical fiction that relates the biblical story of the slave Onesimus (from the book of Philemon). The book is available from Amazon; it contains Patricia St. John's original writing.
Read a short, free biography about Patricia St. John – and learn how to distinguish between Patricia St. John’s original writing and the revised books:
An Introduction to Patricia St. John and Her Stories
The mini-guide is divided into ten sections and contains vocabulary exercises, discussion questions, reading activities, life application/Bible connections, and an answer key.
This interactive guide enables parents/teachers to facilitate an oral discussion of this book, but it only provides space for one student to complete fill-in-the-blank activities. If you are interested in using the guide with more than one student, check out the following options:
1) Reproducibles: Mini-Guide for Middlers: Twice Freed Reproducibles
The reproducibles contain all of the fill-in-the-blank activities; when you purchase one set of reproducible sheets, you have permission to make a copy for each of your students.
2) The guide is also available in a workbook format; in this format there is space for students to write all of the answers: Mini-Guide for Middlers: Twice Freed Workbook
If you purchase the workbook, you do not need the reproducibles because all of the fill-in-the-blank activities are included in the workbook.
NOTE: The content in the interactive guide and the workbook guide are the same.
Mini-guides are used in home schools, co-ops, and traditional schools. Click on the link to browse through all of the Mini-Guides for Middlers
Mini-Guide for Middlers: Twice Freed
by Christian Novel Studies
is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License