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Saint Patrick Biography Workbook
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Saint Patrick (372-466): Learn all about this famous Christian missionary who is credited with bringing this faith to Ireland in the early Middle Ages. Did you know that Patrick wasn't his real name? Did you know that he wasn't born in Ireland? Did you know that he did not originally choose to come to Ireland, but was forced to...twice?

What is the Biography Workbook Series? The Biography Workbook Series offers mini-unit workbooks on important figures from history. Brief chunks of informative text are interspersed with questions (ranging from basic recall to critical thinking) and fun activities. Each workbook can be completed in as little as an afternoon. These great workbooks serve as perfect supplements to a student's study of history, and function equally well as stand-alone units. Teachers love using these in the classroom. Homeschooling parents use them year-round, either to supplement history lessons during the academic year, or to keep information fresh over the summer.

These popular workbooks are guaranteed to not only teach fascinating history, but to increase reading comprehension, vocabulary knowledge, and writing skills. Ideal for any student aged 12 and up--from a seventh-grade history buff to a high school-level AP History student. Click here to print.
 
 
 
 
Answer Key: 1 Succat 2 A - Calphurnius 3 C - Scotland Christianity 5 Confession 6 Twice 7 He wanted to work in Ireland as a missionary 8 France 9 One of the islands off the coast of Dublin 10 Dichu 11 Patrick would have the sovereignty of Ireland forever 12 Crom-cruach 13 Pagans believed the sun was self-originated, while Christians believed the sun was created by God 14 Answers will vary 15 Secundinus, Auxilius, and Isserninus 16 10th century 17 Armagh 18 Answers will vary 19 B - Dublin 20 D - Thames 21 United Kingdom 22 C - Sligo 23 North Atlantic Ocean 24 B - English Channel 25 E - eminence 26 D - ecclesiastic 27 O - zeal 28 M - servitude 29 K - ordained 30 F - extraction 31 C - consternation 32 B - chieftain 33 L - provincial 34 A - captivity 35 H - incursions 36 G - dwelt 37 I - indignation 38 J - missionary 39 N - tempestuous.