Memoria Press: King Arthur and his Knights of the Round Table Student Guide
King Arthur and his Knights of the Round Table by Roger Lancelyn Green recounts the brave and heroic deeds of the legendary Arthur and his noble companions. Roger Lancelyn Green’s retelling of these enduring legends begins with the tale of the sword in the stone, going on to describe the rise of Camelot, the adventures of the knights of the round table, and the ultimate end of Arthur’s kingdom in the Last Battle. Unforgettable characters like Merlin, Lancelot, Gawain, Guinevere, and Arthur himself, come to life within the pages of Green’s classic collection of legends as students are immersed in the world of knights, quests, chivalry, and magic. The King Arthur and His Knights of the Round Table Student Guide increases the student’s vocabulary and reading comprehension by providing in-depth vocabulary study, comprehension questions, and enrichment activities. The King Arthur and His Knights of the Round Table Student Guide features teaching guidelines, a map of Arthurian England, information about the author and illustrator, a family tree of King Arthur and his knights, as well as reading notes, vocabulary study, comprehension questions, discussion questions, and enrichment activities for each chapter in the novel. The student guide also contains an appendix with a glossary of terms, the poem “The Lady of Shalott” by Alfred Lord Tennyson, “The Wooing of Sir Keith” by Howard Pyle, and an excerpt from “Le Morte D’Arthur” by Tennyson. The answers can be found in the King Arthur and His Knights of the Round Table Teacher Guide.