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- Available Lessons: 100
- Average Lesson Length: 8 min
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Course SummaryThis course on nonfiction literature lesson plans and resources can be used as a tool to help you create or refresh your curriculum. These engaging literature resources include illustrated video and text lessons, as well as interactive learning tools and quizzes, all designed by experienced teachers.
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About This Course
This lesson plan course includes resources you can use to teach your students about nonfiction literature. Here you'll find plans and resources on teaching memoirs, nonfiction books, philosophical and literary essays, and nonfiction literature about Africa and African-Americans as well as Asia and Asian-Americans. They are available online, 24/7, so you can access them any time you are working on your literature curriculum.
How It Works
The lesson plans and resources that you'll find here are categorized in chapters by subject so you can access as little or as much of the information as you'd like with ease. Each lesson plan contains lesson plans and videos to teach these topics, as well as quizzes and tests to use when assessing the understanding of your students.
Here you'll find these helpful resources:
- Lesson plans that thoroughly cover teaching nonfiction literature
- Video lessons sure to interest students and enliven the classroom
- Lesson transcripts that make quick study guides for key vocabulary and concepts
- Assessment quizzes and tests you can use
- Additional resources to help you successfully teach nonfiction literature
How It Helps
- Meets standards: The lesson plans and resources in this course take the stress out of planning your nonfiction literature so you don't have to worry whether or not your curriculum meets educational requirements.
- Engages students: While the videos on nonfiction literature provided here to bring technology into the classroom, the additional resources here help you easily create your own games and activities to bring these topics to life.
- Covers various subjects: Our lesson plans cover a variety of nonfiction literature types, including memoirs, nonfiction books and literary and philosophical essays, all in one concise course.
Use this course to find lesson plans on the following:
- Teaching memoirs and nonfiction books
- Philosophical and literary essays
- Nonfiction literature on Asia and Asian-Americans
- Africa and African-Americans in nonfiction literature
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