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Course SummaryRefer to this helpful resource to improve the writing skills of your students. In this course, you will find helpful essay prompts and ideas you can use to prepare your students to write effective essays covering a wide range of topics, ranging from children's literature and Shakespeare to American history.
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About This Course
This extensive course offers suggestions and creative approaches you use to help your students write creative essays in their current literature, history or composition class. You'll find ideas and prompts for works in children's, ancient Greek and Roman, medieval, Victorian and Renaissance literature as well as multiple Shakespeare titles. You will also find prompts for American and European history topics.
How It Works
Each section in this course includes several essay prompt suggestions you can use in the classroom. Use the short video and text lessons in our related courses to help students understand literature and history topics in order to write engaging and informative essays.
How It Helps
- Saves time: You can access these resources any time of day, via a computer, tablet or mobile device, so it is easy to find time to incorporate them into your lessons.
- Reinforces important concepts: Use these essay topics to assign writing assignments that help students better understand the literature or history topics covered in class.
- Generates ideas: The ideas in this course can not only help you assign engaging essays, but they could also be used as for discussion questions or class activities.
By the end of this course, you should have ideas for assigning essays on:
- Victorian literature
- Medieval literature
- European history
- American history
- Children's literature
- Renaissance literature
- Ancient Greek and Roman literature
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