25+ easy and exciting lesson plans for Frankenstein

25+ easy and exciting lesson plans for Frankenstein

Are you searching for lesson plans for Frankenstein? Then you've come to the right place. We have 25 easy and exciting lesson plans and activities for teaching Frankenstein. Mary Shelley's Frankenstein has had a far-reaching influence on popular culture. And yet many...

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20 easy and exciting lesson plans for Things Fall Apart

20 easy and exciting lesson plans for Things Fall Apart

Are you looking for lesson plans for Things Fall Apart by Chinua Achebe? You've come to the right spot if you're teaching Things Fall Apart by Chinua Achebe and are looking for classroom activities and resources. This blog post will give you great pre-reading,...

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20 exciting and engaging lessons for To Kill a Mockingbird

20 exciting and engaging lessons for To Kill a Mockingbird

Are you looking for lessons for To Kill a Mockingbird?  To Kill a Mockingbird is a classic American novel that is included in many middle school and high school curriculums. In this blog post, we’re going to take a look at lessons and activities for To Kill a...

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Teaching Oedipus Rex: 14 fun and engaging activities

Are you teaching Oedipus Rex? Looking for fun and engaging activities to do with your students? In this post, we're going to show you 14 fun and engaging pre-reading, while reading, and post-reading activities and resources for Oedipus Rex. We'll even throw in a few...

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Teaching Pride and Prejudice: 10 easy resources

Teaching Pride and Prejudice: 10 easy resources

Teaching Pride and Prejudice would be the highlight of my teaching career. While I haven't taught it at high school, I have tutored it at a university. And I loved it. What's not to love about reading a book from a subversive feminist icon who disguises her social...

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How to stay organized as a teacher: 8 tips

How to stay organized as a teacher: 8 tips

One of the hardest things to learn when you begin teaching is how to be organized as a teacher. But it's also one of the most important skills you will need to avoid burnout. Today we're going to look at 8 tips for how to stay organized as a teacher. 1. Routines This...

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Teaching Shakespeare in high school: 7 easy tips

Teaching Shakespeare in high school: 7 easy tips

Are you teaching Shakespeare in high school? Are you looking for some tips to get your students into the bard? We get it, Shakespeare can be HARD! Especially if you are a first-year teacher. The thees and thous. All those characters. The ambiguity of meaning. Iambic...

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