With this movie study, your homeschool can learn more about the Georgian Era, the era when the film’s story took place. Inside the study, there is a Q&A sheet dedicated to teaching more about this time period, movie discussion questions (to ensure your student paid attention and understood what was going on) and a compare & contrast worksheet. You can work on all these together to foster communication about the movie, or let your child work on this paper alone. The Compare & Contrast worksheet takes a look at The Georgian Era against modern day. It’s interesting to see what your student says about the similarities and differences of the two periods of time. There is also a worksheet asking how the main characters show pride and prejudice reinforcing the story and making sure the children understood what they have watched. I cannot wait to hear what my daughter will get out of this. She really loves movies, so I will be trying to use more movies throughout the year to make learning a little more fun for her.
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