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May 21, 2008

The English Teacher: Teaching Literature--Fiction & Non-Fiction


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A new lesson plan resource from Leif Danielson I found in my summer down-time research. This web site--"The English Teacher: Teaching Literature--Fiction and Non-Fiction" contains:

units for teaching facets of literature analysis and appreciation for both fiction and non-fiction literature. Further units will be added. All of these units have been used in the classroom. They have been used with students ranging from 9th grade to college. Teachers should choose the units which they feel are most suitable for the classes they are teaching. Materials on this site can be used for classroom teaching. For other . . . (click HERE to see site)

Thanks for putting this together Leif!

Lee


This entry posted by lhobbs at 12:47 PM and is filed under Resources.
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May 06, 2008

A Typical Day in the Life of a University-Level *Literature Undergrad*

Enjoyed the literature class and now considering/thinking of becoming a "Literature Major" in your current postsecondary program of study? The following two 10-minute videos from the University of Wales in Bangor follows "Rich," a representative literature undergraduate student through a typical day of school to show you *(partly) what this field of study entails at the higher education level.


'A Day in the Life of an English Literature Student I'
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In the second video . . .

Click to continue "A Typical Day in the Life of a University-Level *Literature Undergrad*"
This entry posted by lhobbs at 11:12 AM and is filed under Literature.

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