American literature high school

Introduce your high school students to the captivating world of American literature. Discover top books, authors, and themes that will engage and inspire young minds.
Teaching American Literature | Clear outlines for doing several units of American Lit. Love Ms. G's teaching style and fun, interactive lessons. They get h.s. students moving, talking, and most of all learning! English, American Literature High School, Literature Lessons, High School Literature, Literature Unit, Literature Lesson Plans, Teaching Literature, Teaching American Literature, Literature

Teaching American Literature | Clear outlines for doing several units of American Lit. Love Ms. G's teaching style and fun, interactive lessons. They get h.s. students moving, talking, and most of all learning!

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Jenna Miller
If you're teaching American Literature this year, you might not know where to start. These are ideas for literature, writing, social justice, and unit planning for any American lit curriculum… More High School, Lesson Plans, Middle School English, Teaching American Literature, Literature Lesson Plans, English Teachers, Middle School English Classroom, Language Arts Teacher, Literature Lessons

If you're teaching American Literature this year, you might not know where to start. These are ideas for literature, writing, social justice, and unit planning for any American lit curriculum… More

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High School Literature No-Busywork Curriculum. Level-able from average high school to high-powered honors. Doesn't kill the book! Included background material, vocabulary, comprehension and inferential questions. Humour, English, High School, English Class, High School Literature, High School Language Arts, Literature Study Guides, Homeschool Language Arts, High School Curriculum

High School Literature No-Busywork Curriculum. Level-able from average high school to high-powered honors. Doesn't kill the book! Included background material, vocabulary, comprehension and inferential questions.

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Picture of a worksheet with an eye on it laying on the grass. The text reads How to Teach Transcendentalism so your students actually like it. High School, English, Ideas, Nature, Close Reading, High, Effective, Walden, Student

Recently, I was talking to one of my pre-service secondary English teachers about her upcoming Transcendentalism Unit for student teaching. This student enjoyed learning about Transcendentalism in college, but was extremely nervous about teaching Transcendentalism to high school students, and rightly so! Transcendentalism is hard enough for them to learn to pronounce let alone understand.

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Kim Pray
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Elijah chose Science Fiction Literature to study his freshman year. For his sophomore year, he picked American Literature to match his American History choice. This is not a typical American Literature course where you simply study the famous authors in order. I included biographies and books to match the time periods being studied in American …

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Ricky Waggoner