This site contains links to lesson plans and resources for adolescent and young adult (grades 6-12) literature, including short stories, mysteries, and English literature. I have tried to include only links to materials that are FREE! If you find that I have linked to something that isn't free, please let me know. Since there is considerable overlap between authors and titles for children and adolescents, go to my site for children's literature if you do not find what you need on this page. All lesson plans and resources on this page were checked and updated April 9, 2012!
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A search engine for K-12 literature-based teaching ideas. Just type in the name of the book or author and click on Begin Search.
Booktalks: Quick and Simple
Over 300 "booktalks" for introducing the works to students.
Class Zone Mc Dougall Littell Novel
Guides including a summary, suggested teaching activities, and research assignments for more than 60 popular works.
Literature Lesson Plans
43 lesson plans from Discovery Education.
EDSITEment Literature and Language Arts
Many high quality lesson plans from the National Endowment for the Humanities.
Thinkfitiy Lesson Plans
Scroll down the page to browse lessons by subject and grade level.
Lesson Plans from Scholastic
A searchable collection of lesson plans, many of which are literature-related.
Literature and Poetry Lesson Plans
From the Library of Congress Teachers Resources.
Literature Lesson Plans
From Glencoe Online.
An alphabetical index.
Essay topics, resources, activities, and lesson plans for a large number of authors and works.
Decades of the 20th Century
A high school lesson plan that provides an overview of 20th Century literature.
Five brief literature-based lessons. Scroll down the page to see all five.
Dear Abby: A Direct and Indirect Characterization Lesson Plan
A high school lesson plan in which students identify and create examples of characterization based on comprehension.
Nonfiction Text Features
A lesson plan for grades 6-8 on pre-reading strategies to increase comprehension.
Woman: Her American Experience
An 18-week literature course for the 12th-grade complete with information and lesson plans.
Twentieth Century Latin
A collection of units for middle school and high school.
Crossing the Border: A
Study of Immigration Through Literature
A unit for grades 6-8.
Detective Fiction: Its
Use as History and Fiction
A secondary unit.
Latin American Short Fiction
A unit for grades 7-12.
Course Materials for the
Study of Science Fiction
Study guides for nine works of science fiction including The War of the Worlds and The Martian Chronicles.
Pronouncing Dictionary of Authors' Names
An alphabetical pronunciation guide.
Vandergrift's Young Adult Literature Page
A site designed to be a resource for both teachers and students.
Great Books Home Page
A well-indexed site with information and links on the "great books." See also Malspina Great Books.
Excellent resource for information about Victorian authors and their works.
Postcolonial and Postimperial Literature: An Overview
Another excellent resource.
Timeline, authors, Movements. See also American Literature: Major Movements and Terms.
American Authors on the Web
Links to sites about American authors.
Literature Study Guides,
Cliff Notes, Spark Notes, and other study materials for literature from my Homework Help Page.
Multiple Author Links
Pages with lists of links to authors from my Homework Help Page.
Specific Author Links
Links to pages for more than 100 specific authors from my Homework Help Page.
Science Fiction Resource
Short Story Lesson Plans
Interpreting a Short Story
An 8th-grade lesson plan from LearnNC.
How to Read a Short Story
Good information to share with your students before assigning a short story.
Around the Room Short Story
A lesson plan from the Beacon Lesson Plan Library.
Short Stories and Sitcoms
A middle-grade lesson plan.
Short Story Writing
A lesson plan for grades 6-8 from Scholastic.
Write a Short Story in One Class!
Another middle-grade lesson plan.
Elements of the Short Story
An extensive unit for grades 7-8. See also The Story Elements and Elements of the Short Story: Online Activities.
Latin American Short Fiction
A curriculum unit for grades 7-12.
Teaching Plot Structure throough Short Stories
A high school leson plan from ReadWriteThink. See also Short Story Fair: Responding to Short Stories in Multiple Media and Genres and Ghosts and Fear in Language Arts for other high school lesson plans from this same source.
Short Story Unit
An elaborate unit for grades 11-12. See also Short Story Unit Plan for another high school unit.
Short Story WebQuest
A WebQuest designed for 8th-graders.
The Short Story
Resources for an Internet-based unit for grades 9-12.
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A high school unit on The Legend of La Llorona. Click here for information on Anaya.
Bless Me, Ultima
A 10th-grade unit for this novel by Rudolfo Anaya.
Autobiography: Maya Angelou
A unit based on the novels of Maya Angelou, including her famous work I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings.
I Know Why the Caged Bird
An 9th-grade unit with more than 20 lesson plans.
A unit on the lives of Maya Angelou and James Comer.
A secondary lesson plan on Austen's Pride and Prejudice.
Nothing But the Truth (Avi)
A middle school lesson plan examining freedom of speech that uses this book by Avi.
Links to lesson plans and resources for Tuck Everlasting from Web English Teacher.
Lesson plans and resources from Web English Teacher. See also Ray Bradbury's Official Web Site and Study Guide for Ray Bradbury's The Martian Chronicles.
A teaching guide for this Bradbury novel. See also Fahrenheit 451: Teacher's Guide - Schedule / Lesson Plans, Fahrenheit 451 Lesson Plan, and Spark Notes: Fahrenheit 451.
The Good Earth
Lesson plans and teaching ideas for Pearl S. Buck's novel, The Good Earth. See also The Good Earth and The Good Earth and the China Research Paper for 8th-grade units using this book. For other lesson plans on Pearl Buck and her novels, see Pearl S. Buck: On Discovering America and The Big Gate by Pearl S. Buck Lesson Plan.
Click above for lesson plans and resources for Alice in Wonderland .
Lesson Plan for Ceremony
A lesson plan examining Ceremony in the context of monomyth as defined by Joseph Campbell's The Hero with a Thousand Faces.
A lesson plan titled "Pioneer Values in Willa Cather's My Antonia. "
Click above to go to lesson plans and resources for Chaucer's The Canterbury Tales .
Kate Chopin and Other Woman
Writers at the Turn of the Century
A lesson plan suitable for grades 11-12. See also Kate Chopin's The Awakeing: No Choice but Under? (9-12 unit) and Kate Chopin @ Web English Teacher (many resources and lesson plans).
Seven Daughters and Seven
Sons: the Middle East
A high school lesson plan using Barbara Cohen's retelling of this traditional Arabic tale.
Novel Ideas: The Hunger Games Lesson Plan
Lesson ideas from Bright Hub for teaching about Suzanne Collins' hit book. See also Book Review: The Hunger Games, The Hunger Games Resources and The Odds Ever in Your Favor: Ideas and Resources for Teaching The Hunger Games.
Introducing The Hunger Games
An excellent 9th-grade lesson plan submitted by one of the students in my Educational Psychology class.
A biography and links to lesson ideas for The Chocolate War and other works. See also Do I Dare Disturb the Universe? Fight the Good Fight: Effectively Teach the Chocolate War with This Cross-Discipline Lesson Plan, and Novel Guide: The Chocolate War.
War Beyond Romance: The
Red Badge of Courage and Other Considerations
An extensive high school unit on this novel by Stephen Crane.
Courage and Fear
A lesson plan using The Red Badge of Courage developed as an example of confluent education. See also Red Badge of Courage: A New Kind of Realism.
Caring for Cambodia: Children of the River
An Internet-based high school lesson plan for Linda Crew's novel. See also Children of the River for a summary and discussion questions.
Lesson plans and other resources for teaching about Ms. Cushman's novels.
A Storybook Romance: Dante's Paolo and Francesca
A high school lesson plan on Dante's Divine Comedy. See also Dante Lessons for the Web for additional teaching ideas. For extensive information and resources on Dante, go to the Digital Dante Project.
Guide: Lessons on Dante's Inferno
A ten-lesson unit, plus related grammar lessons and writing assignments. For additional resources for teaching Dante's Inferno, see Project Ideas for Dante and Study Guide: The Inferno.
Click above to go to lesson plans for Dickens.
Teachers guides for Lois Duncan's books. See also Gallows Hill Teachers Guide and go to Web English Teacher for links to teachers guides for several other books by Lois Duncan including I Know What You Did Last Summer.
A lesson plan for grades 11-12. For further information on Ellison and The Invisible Man, click on the preceding colored text.
See also Vocabulary from Invisible Man.
Faulkner’s As I Lay Dying: Form of a Funeral
A five-lesson unit 9-12 from EDSITEment. See also William Faulkner's The Sound and the Fury": Narrating the Compson Family Decline and the Changing South for another five-lesson unit, A Vast and Enduring Monument: William Faulkner’s Literary Lesson Plan (grades 7-12), Teaching Faulkner, articles and suggestions for the teaching of Faulkner's works in high school or college and WebQuest: William Faulkner's The Sound and the Fury.
The Great Gatsby (F. Scott
A lesson plan and links to other resources and teaching activities. Click here for information on Fitzgerald. See also The "Secret Society" and Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby and Connotation, Character, and Color Imagery in The Great Gatsby for other lesson plans, as well as An Index to the Great Gatsby, and The Great Gatsby: A Beginner's Guide for useful resources.
A teacher's guide for this novel by Paula Fox. See also Paula Fox @ Web English Teacher.
Diary of Anne Frank (Anne Frank in the World, 1929-1945: Teacher Workbook)
Lesson plans for grades 5-8 for teaching about Anne Frank and Holocaust-related subjects. See also Anne Frank Intro, a middle school lesson plan; Anne Frank: One of Hundreds of Thousands, a lesson plan for grades 6-8; Anne Frank WebQuest, an excellent Internet activity for grades 7-9; Trackstar: Anne Frank History, another Internet-based lesson; The Truth About Anne Frank, A 12-lesson unit; Anne Frank Center U.S.A., photographs and information about Anne's journal and how it survived World War II; and Remeber.org, a comprehensive site with images and recollections of survivors, a teacher's guide, and links.
Ernest J. Gaines
A unit outline plus study guides, activities, and projects for A Lesson Before Dying. Click here for links to biographical information and lesson plans for several other books by Gaines.
Lord of the Flies (William
A lesson plan for grades 6-8 from Discovery Education. See also Lesson: Lord of the Flies and Texting a Response to Lord of the Flies for other lesson plans on this novel by William Golding.
he Summer of My German Soldier
A unit titled " World War II as Seen Through the Eyes of Children's Literature" using Betty Greene's novel as well as other books about the war. See also A Guide to Summer of My German Soldier.
A Raisin in the Sun A "novel guide" complete with suggested teaching activities for this book by Lorraine Hansberry. See also Quest for the American Dream in A Raisin in the Sun.
The Endless Steppe
A 6th-grade technology-based lesson plan in which students create a multimedia project related to this book by Esther Hautzig.
Hawthorne: Author and Narrator
A high school lesson plan for Nathaniel Hawthorne's The Scarlet Letter. See also The Scarlet Letter for a secondary unit and Nathaniel Hawthorne and Literary Humor for another lesson plan.
Joseph Heller's Catch
A lesson plan for grades 9-12 from Discovery Education. Click here for information on Heller. See also Internet Resources: Joseph Heller Catch-22.
Style: Translating Stylistic Choices from Hawthorne to Hemingway and Back Again
A high school lesson plan from Read-Write-Think.
Shots": Earnest Hemingway's Nick Adams
A high school lesson plan from Edsitement. For Hemingway information, go to Timeless Hemingway or the Hemingway Society.
The Sun Also Rises by Ernest Hemingway
A high school lesson plan.
The Old Man and the Sea
A high school lesson plan from Learn NC. See also Old Man and the Sea 11 LP, and Fishing with Hemingway, Earnest Hemingway@Web English Teacher.
Discovering Hemingway and
An elaborate high school unit. See also Picturing Hemingway: A Writer in His Time for additional lesson plans.
A Farewell to Arms: Teacher's Guide - Schedule / Lesson Plans
Lesson plans and a suggested teaching schedule for a 10 day class study of Ernest Hemingway's A Farewell to Arms from the National Endowment for the Arts Big Read.
Michael Palin's Hemingway Adventure
Six lesson plans for grades 6-8 from PBS.
Lesson plans complete with the stories from ESL Voices.
Ideas for teaching Hemingway's A Moveable Feast
Just what the title says!
An 8th-grade unit for this novel by S.E Hinton. For other lesson plans, see Lesson Plan: The Outsiders by S.E. Hinton, Teaching The Outsiders, The Outsiders, and The Outsiders: Teens & Life Choices.
Farewell to Manzanar
A middle school unit based on Jeane Wakatsuki Houston and James D. Houston's historical narrative. See also Japanese-American Internet Curriculum, Letters from the Japanese-American Internment, and Japanese-American Internment.
A secondary unit on Victor Hugo's classic novel. See also Les Miserables Connection and Victor Hugo Central.
Science of Aldous Huxley’s Brave New World
An interdisciplinary unit. See also Brave New World Study Guide, Brave New World by Aldous Huxley (assignment), and Aldous Huxley @ Web English teacher for other lesson plans and teaching resources.
The Legend of Sleepy Hollow
An elaborate lesson plan for grades 6-8 exploring Washington Irving's classic novel and why it still captures the imagination of readers today.
Dubliners by James Joyce
An elaborate teacher's guide. See also Lesson Plan: Voice and James Joyce and IQ Infinity: The Unknown James Joyce.
A lesson plan from Discovery Education. See also The Metamorphosis by Franz Kafka for another lesson plan and Franz Kafka for an author profile from Random House.
Helen Keller (Famous Person)
There are many lesson plans and units about Helen Keller available on the Internet, including this one for middle-grade students titled Famous Person: Helen Keller, which uses Keller's book, The Story of My Life . For other lessons, see Helen Keller (grades 2-4) and Helen Keller Lesson Plans (homeschool). For an interesting lesson plan on Braille meant to be used in a unit on Helen Keller, see Bits of Braille. For a secondary thematic unit using Gibson's The Miracle Worker and other plays, see Inspirational Voices Unit. Click here to find links to sites with information about Keller, blindness, and deafness.
Flowers for Algernon
A lesson plan for grades 7-9 on Daniel Keyes' famous novel.
What If: The Seed of a Story
A middle school lesson plan on the short stories of Stephen King. See also Stephen King WebQuest.
Literature Lesson: “Panache”
A lesson plan on this story from W.P. Kinsella’s Dance Me Outside. See also Socially-based Curriculum Unit: Heightening Our Awareness of Canada’s Native People for a unit using this same anthology.
A "novel guide" that includes a summary, theme openers, teaching activities, and research assignments for A Separate Peace.
To Kill a Mockingbird: A Historical Perspective
A lesson plan for grades 6-12 on this classic work by Harper Lee. See also To Kill A Mockingbird: Teacher's Guide - Schedule / Lesson Plans, Spend a Day in My Shoes: Exploring the Role of Perspective in Narrative, To Kill a Mockingbird Unit Plan, Teaching Prejudice: A Film Presentation and Discussion of To Kill a Mockingbird, and "Student Survival Guide,"
Main Street (Sinclair Lewis)
A teacher's guide in pdf format with an overview, discussion questions, vocabulary, quotations for discussion, and activities for each chapter. For information on Lewis, go to the Sinclair Lewis Society.
Jack London's Call of the Wild: "Nature Faker?
A lesson plan from EDSITEment. See also The Call of the Wild: Teacher's Guide - Schedule / Lesson Plans, Evaluating the Call of the Wild, Knowledge or Instinct? Jack London's To Build a Fire, Investigating Jack London's White Fang: Nature and Culture Detectives, and The Jack London Online Collection.
A Night to Remember (Walter
A 9th-grade lesson plan using Walter Lord's book about the Titanic.
A lesson plan from Scholastic. See also Memories Matter: The Giver and Descriptive Writing Memoirs, Random House Teacher's Guide for the Giver, The Giver (middle-grade lesson plan), and The Giver (a fifth-grade WebQuest).
Number the Stars
An intermediate-grade lesson plan on this book by Lois Lowery.
Walkabout (James Vance Marshall)
A lesson plan using this novel about two children stranded in the Australian interior and the Aborigine who helps them survive.
Moby Dick (Herman Melville)
A high school lesson plan. See also From Fact To Fiction: Moby DickFrom-Fact-To-Fiction-Moby-Dick, Vocabulary for Moby Dick, and The Life and Works of Herman Melville.
Vampires and Werewolves and Twilight
A high school lesson plan for this popular book series by Stephenie Meyer. For other lesson plans, see Looking for the Byronic Hero Using Twilight's Edward Cullen and Teaching Twilight.
Arthur Miller, The
Crucible and McCarthyism
A lesson plan for grades 10-12. See also Dramatizing History in Arthur Miller's The Crucible , The Salem Witch Trials and Hunting for Witches.
The Bluest Eye
A lesson plan on Tony Morrison's book from a unit titled " A View of Three Cultures through the Eyes of Three Contemporary Women Writers." See also In 1931, Toni Morrison was born and Narrative Structure and Perspectives in Toni Morrison's Beloved.
A Guide to Teaching About Freedom Struggles
A teacher's guide with discussion questions, activities, and author information for No Turning Back: A Novel of South Africa by Beverley Naidoo and Escape from Slavery: Five Journeys to Freedom by Doreen Rappaport.
Decoding the Dystopian Characteristics of Macintosh's "1984" Commercial
A high school lesson plan that can be used to introduce George Orwell's 1984. See also 1984: How Much fact in Fiction? and 1984 Unit for other lesson plans on 1984.
An teacher's guide from Penguin for this book by George Orwell. See also Animal Farm: The Complete Project and Animals Unite.
Cry, the Beloved Country (Alan Paton)
Teacher's notes from Penguin for this book by Alan Paton.
The author's home page. If you are interested in finding teaching ideas for Woodsong, go to the Woodsong Unit Plan and Woodsong Lesson Plan.
A teacher's guide. See also Teacher's Guide Brian's Return.
Fiction Elements in Hatchet
A lesson plan for grades 6-12 from Education World.
A Long Way from
A lesson plan that can be used as an introduction to this book by Richard Peck (one of my high school English teachers!!). See also Long Way from Chicago Discussion Guide.
The Ghost Belonged to Me
A review and teaching activities for this novel by Richard Peck.
A Day No Pigs Would Die
(Robert Newton Peck)
A biography, historical background, discussion questions, and assignments for this book by Robert Peck.
Tales of Edgar Allen Poe
A high school lesson plan in which students identify the feelings/emotions revealed in one of Poe's works and create an original piece that portrays these emotions. For additional lesson plans see Poe Lightly; The Life and Works of Edgar Allen Poe; Edgar Allan Poe, Ambrose Bierce, and the Unreliable Biographers; and Edgar Allan Poe: Father of Horror. For information on Poe, visit A Poe Webliography.
A resource for teachers using Quinn's Ishmael.
Links to lesson plans and other resources for Anthem and The Fountainhead. See also Video Lesson Plan: The Fountainhead and Ayn Rand's Anthem @ Web English Teacher. For extensive information on Rand, go to The Ayn Rand Institute.
A 5th-grade WebQuest for Ellen Raskin's novel. See also The Westing Game: Student Study Guide.
A discussion guide to Where the Red Fern Grows from Scholastic. See also Scholastic's cocabulary lesson for this novel and Where the Red Fern Grows ThinkQuest Page.
Teacher's notes with activities and discussion questions for Carolyn Reeder's novel, Foster's War.
A teacher's guide from Scolastic complete with a 4-lesson unit for Sachar's Holes. See also Holes Activity Guide, Holes by Louis Sachar, and Holes by Louis Sachar - Teacher Pages.
A high school lesson plan on this novel and the controversy surrounding its use in schools. See also Catching on to Catcher in the Rye, The Catcher in the Rye: A Teaching Unit, and If a Body Texts a Body: Texting in The Catcher in the Rye. and J. D. Salinger and The Catcher in the Rye.
Click above to go to lesson plans and resources for the study of Shakespeare in the English Literature section of this page.
Tales of the Supernatural
A 12th-grade lesson plan for Mary Shelly's Frankenstein.
Information for teaching about Sinclair and The Jungle. For additional lesson ideas, see also Life in the Jungle, American Writers: Upton Sinclair Video Lesson, and The Power of Fiction.
Zilpha Keatley Snyder
A "novel study" for the middle grades on The Egypt Game.
Gary Soto, poet and children's writer, was born on this date in 1952
Information and an activity from Read-Write-Think. See also Reading and Writing with Gary Soto, Buried Onions Lesson Plan, Unit 5: Author Study—Gary Soto,
and Jesse Discussion Guide
A Reader's Guide for this book by Jerry Spinelli. See also Wringer Literature Circle Unit.
Steinbeck: Biography As A Tool In
Teaching Reading And Writing Skills
A high school literature unit featuring lessons on The Grapes of Wrath and Of Mice and Men. See also Teaching Steinbeck.
Penguin Teacher's Guide for
See also Cannary Row Photo Essay.
The Grapes of Wrath: Scrapbooks
An excellent lesson plan from the Library of Congress. For other lesson plans see The Grapes of Wrath: Voices from the Great Depression, Woody Guthrie and The Grapes of Wrath, Creating Dramatic Monologues from The Grapes of Wrath, The Great Depression and the Arts, and The Grapes of Wrath: Teacher's Guide - Schedule/Lesson Plans.
Teaching Allegory in Of Mice and Men
A high school lesson plan from Bright Bulb. Scroll down the page for other lesson plans on this novel. See also Of Mice and Men: Cast the Roles and Penguin Teacher's Guide for Of Mice and Men.
A middle-school unit. See also What About Steinbeck's The Pearl, Lesson Plans for The Pearl and Introduction to The Pearl.
The Red Pony
A Penguin teacher's guide. See also The Red Pony Rides Again.
A unit on Robert Louis Stevenson's famous novel. See also Teacher Review of Robert Louis Stevenson's Treasure Island and Vocabulary from Treasure Island.
A teacher's study guide for Roll Of Thunder, Hear My Cry by Mildred D. Taylor complete with 4 lesson plans and information about Taylor.
J. R.R. Tolkien's The Hobbit
An extensive unit from Yale-New Haven Teachers Institute for this classic work by J. R. R. Tolkien. See also Ideas for Teachers from the Tolkien Society.
Mark Twain and American
A high school lesson plan in which students consider the significance of humor through a study of Mark Twain's "The Notorious Jumping Frog of Calaveras County." See also An American Wit: Approaching Mark Twain’s Life and Works, Mark Twain Primary Source: "Concerning the Interview," Mark Twain and the American West, Introducing the Essay: Twain, Douglass, and American Non-Fiction, The Mark Twain Boyhood Home Museum, and Mark Twain and His Times.
The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn
A high school lesson plan from Discovery Education. See also Teaching Twain and ‘Huckleberry Finn’ With The New York Times and Critical Ways of Seeing The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn in Context.
of Tom Sawyer: A Teaching Unit for 5th or
See also The Adventures of Tom Sawyer Teacher's Guide, An Adventure with Tom Sawyer, Mark Twain's Cave, The Adventures of Tom Sawyer: Study Guide, and Tom Sawyer: Distance Learning Lesson Plan, and The Adventures of Tom Sawyer.
A teachers guide with classroom issues and strategies, questions for discussion, and other helpful information. See also In Tribute, John Updike’s “A&P” and Characterization, and John (Hoyer) Updike.
Journey to the Center of the Earth (Jules Verne)
A teachers guide from Penguin Classics. See also Lesson Tutor: Introducing Jules Verne and Exploring 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea.
A "novel guide" that includes a summary, theme openers, teaching activities, and research assignments for this book by Cynthia Voigt.
A high school lesson plan titled What Did They Say? Dialect in The Color Purple. For many other lesson plans and resources, go to Alice Walker@ Web English Teacher. Also , take a look at Alice Walker's Garden.
H. G. Wells
A high school lesson plan on Wells' The War of the Worlds. See also Audio Broadcasts and Podcasts: Oral Storytelling and Dramatization.
The Time Machine (Wells)
A Learning Guide for use with the movie version of this novel. See also Reading Lesson: The Time Machine by H.G. Wells - Excerpt.
Age of Innocence
A lesson plan for this novel by Edith Wharton.
Thornton Wilder's Our Town: The Reader as Writer
A middle-school lesson plan for this classic play by Thornton Wilder. See also Our Town and Our Town Imaginary Maps.
A multi-lesson unit this book by Paul Zindel. See also Paul Zindel @ Web English Teacher and Pigman Study Guide.
Lesson plans and information from MysteryNet.com.
What Is a Mystery?
A lesson plan for grade 4 and up from MysteryNet.com.
The Game is Afoot: A Study
of Sherlock Holmes
A 5th-grade lesson plan from Core Knowledge in pdf format.
Challenging Children With
A 5th-grade unit.
The Hound of the Baskervilles Teacher's Guide
A teacher's guide for this mystery by Arthur Conan Doyle.
The Westing Game
An 8th-grade unit.
Gender, Race, and Milieu
in Detective Fiction
A collection of units complete with lesson plans including It’s A Mystery To Me (using Poe's Murders in the Rue Morgue and two other classic mysteries) and Detective Fiction: Focus On Critical Thinking (which uses The Hardy Boys and Nancy Drew mystery series).
Very Good Fare
A unit involving the reading, writing, and solving of mysteries.
It's a Mystery!
Five lesson plans for teaching about mysteries from Education World.
Everyone Loves a Mystery: A Genre Study
A lesson plan for grades 6-8 from Read/Write/Think.
Wonderful site for English literature.
Exploring Arthurian Legend
A web-based lesson plan for grades 9-12.
in English Myths
A high school lesson plan from a unit on heroism.
Teaching ideas from The English Teacher. See also Beowulf (12th-grade lesson plan), The Beauty of Anglo Saxon Poetry: A Prelude to Beowulf (one more high school lesson plan), and Beowulf Spark Notes (an on-line study guide).
Alice in Wonderland
This lesson plan titled "Childhood through the Looking Glass" for grades 6-12 from The National Endowment for the Humanities' EDSITEment explores the vision of childhood created by Lewis Carroll in Alice in Wonderland . See also Alice in Wonderland, a lesson plan using The Discovery Channel's video; Senses, Spaces And Structure, an elaborate 7th-grade unit using Alice in Wonderland and two other works to explore space and architecture; and Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, a page containing the 1928 commentary on Carroll's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass .
Chaucer's Wife of Bath
A high school lesson plan from EDSITEment this character from Geoffrey Chaucer's Canterbury Tales. For a comprehensive Chaucer page, go to Harvard University's Geoffrey Chaucer. For other lesson plans, see Exploring The Prologue to The Canterbury Tales using Wikis, Playing Chaucer's Pilgrams, and Taking a Pilgrimage to Canterbury. See also Canterbury Tales Study Materials from the Luminarium's Geoffrey Chaucer Page. and Teaching the Canterbury Tales in American High Schools. For additional help understanding the language used in this work, go to A Basic Chaucer Glossary.
Charles Dickens at 200
Not a lesson plan, but suggestions on how to teach Charles Dickens in the 21st Century. See also Dickens 2012 and Teaching Charles Dickens at Victorianweb.org.
Teaching Dickens With The New York Times
Five lesson ideas.
A Dickens of a Time: Discovering the Victorian Period
A middle-school lesson plan.
There Are No Small Parts: Minor Characters in David Copperfield
A high school lesson plan from Read-Write-Think.
A high school lesson plan from Discovery Education.
Beyond the Story: A Dickens of a Party
A lesson plan in which students attend a 19th Century party dressed as a character from Dickens' A Christmas Carol.
The Dickens Project
Resources and activities from USC for reading, studying, and teaching the novels of Charles and his era.
Great Expectations Study Guide
Resource materials for high school and college students.
The above link will take you to the definitive C. S. Lewis site. See also Lesson Plans for The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe; A Read Aloud Lesson Plan Exploring Fantasy in The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe; and The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe Study Guide.
New lesson plans each month as well as a huge lesson plan archive from the Folger Shakespeare Library.
Exploring Archetypes in Shakespeare
One lesson plan from the above site.
A collection of lesson plans and resources from Shakespeare High.
A long list of resources from About.com.
Bill's Allusive Nature:
An Introduction to Shakespeare
A high school lesson/assignment that could be used to introduce any Shakespearean play.
The Bard, The Globe, The Midsummer Night's Dream
A 5th-grade lesson plan.
Hamlet and the Elizabethan Revenge Ethic in Film and Text
A high school lesson plan from EDSITEmnet. See also Hamlet Meets Chusingura: Traditions of the Revenge Tragedy.
Julius Caesar Lesson Plan: Analyzing Speeches
For grades 9-12. See also Pre-reading for Julius Caesar and A Julius Caesar Unit.
A lesson plan for grades 6-12. See also Shakespeare's MacBeth: Fear and the "Dagger of the Mind."
Shakespeare's MacBeth: Fear and the Motives of Evil
An Internet-based lesson plan.
Shakespeare's Othello and the Power of Language
A high school lesson plan from EDSITEment.
You Kiss by the Book: Shakespeare's
Romeo and Juliet
An Internet-based secondary lesson plan. See also Romeo and Juliet...Unfinished Business?
The Complete Works of William
Forget your book at school? No problem. This site has all of Shakespeare's works online!
Tales of the Supernatural
A 12th-grade unit including a lesson plan for Mary Shelly's Frankenstein.
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