The Robinson Crusoe Reader Author:Julia Darrow Cowles Copyright states 1992. Does not list publication date. — The wonderful story of Robinson Crusoe has delighted youngsters and adults for several generations. It is commonly regarded as a true classic because it contains an excellent balance of human interest, moral principle, and practical guidance in managing the physical resources of God's creat... more »ion.
Instructors should make use of as many of the supplemental activities found on pages 97 through 104 as possible when their students complete each reading section. These activities form the basis for delightful and intelligent instruction in the industrial arts.
It is intended that the story of Robinson Crusoe should first be told by the teacher in a very brief outline. This will arouse the interest of the children and will awaken a desire upon their part to be able to read the story for themselves.« less