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Course SummaryIn this course, you'll find a variety of useful and effective literature lesson plans and other teaching resource that you can use in your classroom. Use these instructional tools to plan a literature curriculum, supplement your class discussions and engage your students.
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About This Course
We'll explore a wide variety of literature topics, giving you the tools you need to teach them more efficiently and effectively in the classroom. This course provides teachers with effective lesson plans designed to improve student performance, facilitate classroom discussion and simplify complex topics for your students.
How It Works
Our professional instructors will give you lesson plans that you can use in your literature class. With online video lessons right at your finger tips, we'll show you the strategies you need to improve your lectures and help your students understand the concepts. Here are some of the reasons why our course is a great learning tool:
- Short video lessons breakdown complex subjects, into more digestible bits of information
- Convenient video tags make it easy navigate through each lesson
- Transcripts underneath each video so you won't have to worry about missing information
- Self-assessment quizzes ensure that you understood the material
- Ability to contact our instructors if you're having any difficulty
How It Helps
- Improves student understanding:These teaching strategies will help your students understand various literature concepts.
- Better student performance:Our lesson plans will help your students grasp the most important concepts from your lectures and readings.
- Facilitate classroom discussion:We'll give you suggestions for ways you can foster discussion in the classroom.
- Effective strategies: Lesson plans are full of effective strategies designed to help you reach your students.
|Chapter Title||Objectives & Lesson Plans|
|Classic British Literature Lesson Plans||A Christmas Carol|
The Lord of Flies
And Then There Were None
|Classic American Literature Lesson Plans||The Scarlet Letter|
The Great Gatsby
Of Mice and Men
To Kill a Mockingbird
|Teaching Bildungsroman & Coming of Age Fiction||A Separate Peace|
The Catcher in the Rye
The Perks of Being a Wallflower
Tears of a Tiger
|Teaching Science Fiction Books & Stories||Frankenstein|
Flowers for Algernon
Journey to the Center of the Earth
|Teaching Dystopian Books||Among the Hidden|
The Hunger Games
|Teaching Nonfiction Books & Memoirs||Into the Wild|
A Child Called It
God Grew Tired of Us
|Literary & Philosophical Essays Lesson Plans||The Allegory of the Cave|
A Modest Proposal
|Short Stories Lesson Plans for High School||A Retrieved Reformation|
The Devil and Tom Walker
Lamb to the Slaughter
Young Goodman Brown
A Rose for Emily
|Short Stories Lesson Plans for Middle School||The Most Dangerous Game|
To Build a Fire
On the Sidewalk Bleeding
|Edgar Allan Poe Lesson Plans||The Raven|
The Tell-Tale Heart
The Fall of the House of Usher
The Masque of the Red Death
|Teaching George Orwell Books||Animal Farm|
|Teaching Ray Bradbury Books & Stories||Fahrenheit 451|
All Summer in a Day
A Sound of Thunder
|Teaching Kurt Vonnegut Books & Stories||Slaughterhouse Five|
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