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3 edition of working reading list for Catholic school students. found in the catalog.

working reading list for Catholic school students.

Catherine M. Kealey

working reading list for Catholic school students.

by Catherine M. Kealey

  • 138 Want to read
  • 16 Currently reading

Published by National Catholic Educational Association in Washington, DC .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • School children -- Books and reading.,
  • Church libraries -- Bibliography.,
  • School libraries -- Bibliography.,
  • Christian education of children.

  • About the Edition

    Contains bibliographies of children"s books, arranged according to the virtues of faith, hope, love, community, justice, courage, reconciliation, and service.

    Edition Notes

    StatementCatherine M. Kealey, Robert J. Kealy.
    GenreBooks and reading., Bibliography.
    ContributionsKealey, Robert J., National Catholic Educational Association.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination54 p. ;
    Number of Pages54
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20191396M
    ISBN 101558333088

    But students at America's most prestigious private schools must still endure the rigors of homework during their summer vacations with a little reading — some required, some merely recommended. Students entering grade 4 are required to read 1 book from their list. Students will be assessed by quiz, activity, project or discussion upon their return to Epiphany in August Books can be found in public libraries, in local bookstores or purchased online. Barnes & Noble of West Kendall is working with our school to pre-order the books.

    A Catholic middle school summer reading list is easier to make and can be used for the high school summer reading list if your students need "mind candy", a relief from the rigors of school. There are so many more subjects that a middle school student can understand, that definitive lives of the saints are good additions to the list of books. Middle School Book List Books with high interest, background building, current trends for all the students in your 5th through 8th grade classroom All Votes Add Incorrect Book The list contains an incorrect book (please specify the title of the book). Details * or Cancel.

    Reading this book convinced me to go to work in Catholic education. Before you even get to the long statistical analysis of student performance in Catholic schools, the book includes a nice history of Catholic schools in the United States, which, as a Catholic school parent but never a student, I found fascinating and, in a way, evangelizing Cited by: Parents are encouraged to enjoy this summer reading along with their students. You may order the summer reading books through MBS Direct by clicking the link below. All summer reading should be completed by Aug The required Summer Reading List for Judge Memorial Catholic High School students may be updated as necessary.


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These are from the lists provided by Calvary Classical School—a classical Christian school in Hampton, VA. That's why I was so excited to see "A Working Reading List for Catholic School Students." This publication by Kay Burgess, divides works by the virtues they illustrate: faith, hope, love, community, justice, courage, reconciliation, and service.

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Thank you for your : Kay Burgess. ELEMENTARY READING WITH THE STARS. Below is a link to the list of the book titles in our Reading with the Stars program. Most of the books have been selected because they have won the Rebecca Caudill Young Readers’ Book Award.

(Children and librarians in Illinois in grades have selected these books and voted them as their favorites). A WORKING READING LIST FOR CATHOLIC SCHOOL STUDENTS Early Childhood / Preschool to Grade Two Some Titles to consider reading aloud to your child this summer. The list was compiled by National Catholic Education Association FAITH America: A Patriotic Primer – Lynne Cheney But I Waaant It – Dr.

Laura Schlessinger The Carrot Seed – Ruth Krauss. A Working Reading List for Catholic School Students: Middle Childhood Grade Three to Five A reading list for students in grades three through five that provides parents and teachers with suggestions of current children's literature with characters that learn and grow, demonstrate the virtues of faith, hope and charity, justice, courage, forgiveness and service.

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