More Novels and Plays: Thirty Creative Teaching Guides for Grades 6-12

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ABC-CLIO, 2000 - Education - 223 pages
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Another information-packed, time-saving tool for teachers from the authors of Novels and Plays, this book contains 30 teaching guides for some of the best literature commonly taught in grades 6-12. With initiating activities, chapter-by-chapter discussion questions, writing assignments, and interdisciplinary extensions, these are complete lesson plans. For each book there is also a brief plot summary, a critique, lists of themes and literary concepts for teaching, suggestions for outside reading and vocabulary study, and lists of available print and electronic media resources.

 

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Contents

Bridge to Terabithia
1
Shiloh
6
Tuck Everlasting
11
Number the Stars
18
The Sign of the Beaver
24
Where the Lilies Bloom
30
Hatchet
36
The Cay
43
The Chocolate War
115
The Red Badge of Courage
122
Fences
129
A Lesson Before Dying
135
Things Fall Apart
144
The Crucible
152
The Great Gatsby
159
Death of a Salesman
168

The Goats
48
The Pearl
54
Nothing but the Truth
60
The Contender
65
The Miracle Worker
71
The Moves Make the Man
79
The Outsiders
86
Great Expectations
92
Fahrenheit 451
101
Julius Caesar
108
Their Eyes Were Watching God
175
Lord of the Flies
182
Hamlet
190
Wuthering Heights
201
Appendix A
211
Appendix B
213
AuthorTitle Index
217
About the Authors
223
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Janet Evans Worthington is Dean, Center for Lifelong Learning, Plattsburgh State University, New York

ALBERT B. SOMERS is Professor Emeritus of Education, Furman University, Greenville, South Carolina.

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