Approaches to teaching Austen's Emma
Marcia McClintock Folsom
Modern Language Association of America, 2004 - Education - 200 pages
This volume outlines the specific challenges of teaching Emma and shows teachers how to construct lectures, initiate classroom discussions, and devise writing assignments that illuminate the novel's many layers of meaning.
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