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- Available Lessons: 192
- Average Lesson Length: 8 min
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Course SummaryYou can use this helpful teacher resource course to effectively teach middle grades genre books. Here you'll find lessons, quizzes, videos and more to introduce into your curriculum and classrooms immediately as they appear here or with whatever modifications are needed to meet your goals.
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About This Course
In this course, you'll find a variety of resources you can use at your convenience to ensure engaging, interesting curriculum about middle grade genre books. We've covered survival books, adventure books and historical fiction from several time periods. Because these are written by teachers with the needs of teachers in mind, you'll find these resources easy to integrate into your curriculum right away.
How It Works
Use the lessons in class to teach these subjects, then have your students apply their knowledge by answering the questions on the accompanying quizzes. This course is accessible 24 hours a day for you to use any time you'd like.
The following resources are included here:
- Mobile-friendly text lessons
- Short videos that cover these subjects in less than 10 minutes
- Multiple-choice quizzes that test your students' knowledge
- Chapter tests that help to ensure comprehension
- Lesson transcripts that can be used for handouts or study guides
- Comprehensive course exam to measure knowledge
How It Helps
- Covers multiple topics: With information about several different types of genres provided in this course, there's no need to seek out information about different genres individually.
- Saves time: You'll be able to access this course 24 hours a day, so you can get your curriculum and lesson planning done at your leisure.
- Engages students: This chapter contains materials you can turn into discussion questions, project ideas and activities that encourage your students to interact with books in a new way.
- Teach middle grade historical fiction from the 1400s through the 1900s
- Understand how to best teach survival and adventure books
- Discuss key middle grade science fiction
- Teach middle grade fantasy books effectively
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