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Course SummaryThis course provides teachers with a variety of useful American literature resources. Access the course at any time to plan lessons, assess your students' knowledge and improve the quality of your American literature instruction.
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About This Course
Check out this collection of American literature resources for teachers to design a curriculum, simplify the lesson planning process and enhance your literature instruction. Inside, you'll find lesson plan outlines, essay topics, related lessons and quizzes that cover works of classic, contemporary and Latin American literature. The course is designed to be simple and easy to use, which helps you easily integrate these resources into your literature classes.
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You'll be able to use any computer or mobile device to access these convenient teacher resources. This flexible online format allows you to plan your literature lessons wherever and whenever it's convenient.
The course includes:
- Expert instructors who are happy to answer any questions you may have about our American literature teaching resources
- 24/7 access to the material
- Quizzes that you can assign to your students in class or as homework
- An interactive course Dashboard that allows you to quickly navigate to the American literature topics you want to cover in class
How It Helps
- Helps plan lessons: Comprehensive lesson plan outlines allow you to design your American literature curriculum at any time that's convenient.
- Boosts student engagement: The supplemental lessons can educate and enlighten your students on a variety of interesting concepts in American literature.
- Assesses student comprehension: The course includes related essay topics that you can use to assess your students' understanding of important American literature topics.
In this course, you'll find lesson plans for the following:
- Classic American literature
- Contemporary American literature
- Latin American literature
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