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Course SummaryThis course consists of of lesson plans and other resources designed by professional instructors to help you teach literary elements to your students. All of our teacher resources are accessible 24 hours a day on any computer or mobile device for convenient curriculum planning at your leisure.
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About This Course
In this helpful course, you'll find lesson plans and other resources to refresh or reinvent your curriculum on literary elements. Here you'll find lesson plans covering characters, point-of-view, settings, themes and symbolism, plus many more related literary elements topics.
How It Works
Each chapter contains lesson plans grouped by subject, so you can access as little or as much of the information as you need. These chapters may also include short videos and other resources that can help teach these subjects successfully, including corresponding lesson quizzes and chapter tests that can be used to assess comprehension.
In this course, you'll find the following resources:
- Lesson plans on literary elements and related subjects
- Videos you can use in class to engage your students and promote comprehension
- Printable transcripts that make quick study guides and handouts
- Additional resources you can use to teach literary elements
- Lesson quizzes and chapter tests for quick assessment of student knowledge
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- Simplifies planning: Instead of writing and researching your own lessons, use our course on literary elements to craft curriculum you know will be a hit with your students.
- Increases confidence: All of our lesson plans and teacher resources are written specifically for the needs of teachers by teachers who understand what it takes to create engaging curriculum.
- Modifies easily: You can use these plans to create a wide variety of tools in the classroom that meet your curriculum requirements, including discussion questions, group projects, homework assignments and book reports.
Topics presented in this course include:
- Characters and point-of-view
- Understanding literary elements
- Symbolism in writing
- Central ideas and themes
- Figurative language
- Settings in literature
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