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How to Teach a Novel: Six Ways to Improve Close Readings

How to Teach a Novel: Six Ways to Improve Close Readings

Scholastic Book Clubs: Arrow Book Club Literature Circles

Scholastic Book Clubs: Arrow Book Club Literature Circles

The Hundred Dresses- Reading Comprehension & Book Report Q

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The Hundred Dresses- Reading Comprehension & Book Report Q

Mockingbird by K. Erskine: Novel Discussion Guide for Teachers Literature Discussion/Comprehension Guide contains: -Over 160 questions over chapter... $ priced

Mockingbird by K. Erskine: Novel Discussion Guide for Teachers

Mockingbird by K. Erskine: Novel Discussion Guide for Teachers Literature Discussion/Comprehension Guide contains: -Over 160 questions over chapter... $ priced

Everything you need for a novel study on The Hundred Dresses by Eleanor Estes! Did you know that reading a good book can change your life?  Inside its pages are characters and lessons that can help us become better people.  The message in The Hundred Dresses can do just that!

The Hundred Dresses by Eleanor Estes: A Complete Literature Study

Everything you need for a novel study on The Hundred Dresses by Eleanor Estes! Did you know that reading a good book can change your life? Inside its pages are characters and lessons that can help us become better people. The message in The Hundred Dresses can do just that!

Pssssst hey, Teach.  You shouldnt be the hardest working person in the room.  Leave the choices, responsibility and learning up to your students then stand back and watch what happens.  In this student-directed literary analysis activity, students become the teacher, closely reading and analyzing an assigned chapter of a novel, then teaching it to the class.

Literary Analysis Group Activity: Student-Led Lesson that Works with ANY Novel

Pssssst hey, Teach. You shouldnt be the hardest working person in the room. Leave the choices, responsibility and learning up to your students then stand back and watch what happens. In this student-directed literary analysis activity, students become the teacher, closely reading and analyzing an assigned chapter of a novel, then teaching it to the class.

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