One of the hardest aspects of teaching long-form literature is organizing your unit. The organic, creative form of novels does
Studying long-form literature as a class fosters meaningful dialogue and critical thinking. Here are my Huckleberry Finn essential questions and
Teaching Huckleberry Finn intimidates even the most experienced teachers. Students might completely miss subtleties that are essential to Twain’s themes.
It is essential that a teacher weigh the pros and cons of teaching Huckleberry Finn and make mindful choices. The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
Many teachers use backwards planning and other teachers let student choice and spontaneity take over. Whatever approach you follow, here
Here are 10 To Kill a Mockingbird pre-reading activities to prepare students for historical context, literary elements, and key themes.
Teaching To Kill a Mockingbird can be a rewarding experience, a Sisyphean slog to “get through,” or a disaster that leaves
With the debate raging over the value and impact of To Kill a Mockingbird, it is critical that teachers ask,
Teaching symbolism in To Kill a Mockingbird is one of the key reasons to include the novel in your course
I made four A Raisin in the Sun quizzes to ensure that students are prepared to engage in class. Lessons