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Reproducible study guide for Nathaniel Hawthorne's The Scarlet Letter  Print ready Chapter reviews and assignments are included in this complete student workbook. (124 pages). Preview  sample teaching unit here.

The Cambridge Companion to Greek Tragedy...
Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte
The Greek Sense of Theatre : Tragedy...
Love Poems and Sonnets of William Shakespeare
Lord of the Flies : A Teaching Guide...
Lord of the Flies : A novel
Lord of the Flies (A Guide to Reading...
So Big 
by Edna Ferber
The Scarlet Letter by Nathaniel Hawthorne

Authors of Lasting Fame
Brief biographies of Nathaniel Hawthorne, Charlotte Bronte and Edna Ferber
Elaine Ernst Schneider  April 2, 2001

Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte
Chapter reviews and assignments. These are presented in downloadable Word files. If you do not have Microsoft Word loaded on your computer, contact us and we will make you an alternate format
Part 1 - Chapters 1 - 25
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Feb 26, 2002 Elaine Ernst Schneider

So Big by Edna Ferber
Writing assignments related to chapter reviews of this novel study. 
Elaine Ernst Schneideer, April 2002


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A Brief Introduction to Greek Tragedy

Just some brief definitions of the tragic hero, hamartia, hubris and catharsis.
by Christopher Ingham   February 3, 2001

An approach to teaching Robert Cormier's After the First Death
I use this approach with my 16 -17 year olds
by Christopher Ingham   February 3, 2001

Responding to Poetry
It is possible to say something meaningful about a poem even if you do not fully understand it or your response to it.
by Christopher Ingham

An approach to teaching Macbeth to 16/17 year olds.
When studying any Shakespeare play we must be aware of the different ways in which the characters and language of the play can be interpreted. 
by Christopher Ingham

An Introduction to Lord of the Flies
by Christopher Ingham

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