Love, Midgie Teacher’s & Tutor’s Guide (ePUB)

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The Love Midgie Teacher’s & Tutor’s Guide was prepared by author Faith R. Connors, MAT, for the teacher or tutor to use in developing lessons plans for students. It is also helpful for adults reading to children to enliven and enrich the experience and learning.

The Love, Midgie Teacher’s & Tutor’s Guide was developed to provide an enhanced learning experience for users and readers.

The real Midgie, or the character of Midgie, is based on Miriam (Midgie) Morris Connors, author Faith Connors’ mother-in-law.

Most of the events in Love, Midgie actually happened to Miriam during her childhood. Midgie shared many of these childhood experiences with the author over the course of the nearly three years it took for the book to be written. Midgie’s brother, Henry, was every bit as lively as he is portrayed in Love, Midgie. Her friend, Rose, as well as her cousins, Sarah, Grace, Angus and the others were all a part of her childhood adventures. Aunt Daisy and Uncle Tom were very special to Midgie and helped her through some very difficult times. Henry was always with her in spirit, as was Mama.
About Love, Midgie, Connors says she hopes the real Midgie will like the book and feel it is true to her southern childhood experiences. Also that she will be happy to see Love, Midgie being read by her grandchildren and great grandchildren.

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The Love Midgie Teacher’s & Tutor’s Guide was prepared by author Faith R. Connors, MAT, for the teacher or tutor to use in developing lessons plans for students. It is also helpful for adults reading to children to enliven and enrich the experience and learning.

The Love, Midgie Teacher’s & Tutor’s Guide uses the following general organization for each section. It was developed to provide an enhanced learning experience for users and readers.

Before You Read

Book talk: introduce Love, Midgie to your students.
Synopsis of what happens in each chapter.
Pre-reading activities for this chapter.
Thematic connections.

Interdisciplinary Connections
Language Arts
Vocabulary
Use of Language
Science
Geography
Florida History
Social Studies
Cultural Connections
Art
Music
Vocabulary
Focus Activity
Background
Vocabulary

Active Reading
Relationships

Responding
Personal Response
Analyzing Literature
Literature/Writing