young adult literature
How to use this site
Goals for teaching
literature: What does it mean to teach literature?
students’ individual differences: Who are our kids?
Organizing Literature Instruction: How Do I Decide What to Teach?
to Foster Interpretation: How Can I Help Students Read Better?
Discussions of Literature: How Do I Get Them to Talk about Literature?
literature: How do I get them to write about literature?
in the classroom: What’s the use of story?
and task-specific strategies: How does the shape of a text change
the shape of my teaching?
Classics: Do I Have To Teach the Canon, And If So, How Do I Do It?
to Engage Students with Literature: What are Different Ways of Seeing?
Literacy: What else is a text and how do I teach it?
Evaluating Students’ Learning: How do I know what they’ve
Censorship, Creating an Ethical Classroom Environment. and Teacher
Professionalism: How do I Stay in Control, Out of Trouble, and Continue
to Develop as A Teacher?
British (and American) writers: biographical
Guides: guides for specific novels
ClassicNotes: summary essays on texts
Postcolonial Literature Tutorial
Colonial and Postcolonial Literary Dialogues
using computer technologies to investigate
Romantic Circles High School: 19th century
British literature/the Romantic Period
Webquest: Wuthering Heights
Webquest: Pride and Prejudice
lots of resources for teaching British literature
HIGHLY RECOMMENDED SITE
hundreds of study guides from Oxford/Cambridge
Literature Network: on-line literature
Gutenberg: lots of on-line literature
one of the most important on-line literature sites
college course syllabi
on-line literature by author
teaching guides (enter a title)
multicultural British literature
lots of sites on British literature
course syllabi: British literature
British Council on the Arts: Contemporary
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Film Adaptations: Chaucer Extravaganza
[University of Pennsylvania]
text center [University of Virginia]
text initiative [University of Michigan]
authors and text
Internet classis archives [MIT]
American literature "e-text" [Keele University]
links: American literature [Keele University]
Literature Website [links to current on-line literature]
Bookrags [summaries and on-line texts]
The Complete Works of William Shakespeare
Folklore and Mythology Electronic Texts
Great Literature On-Line
Hyperizons: [hypertext Fiction]
KnowledgeRush book directory
The On-line Books Page
Other Women's Voices [women's writing before 1700]
Representative Poetry On-line
Classic short stories
classic short stories
the short story classics
Australian Broadcasting Corporation [audio stories]
Open Directory [short stories]
Turning the Pages on the web
The Victorian Women Writers Project
World Wide School
Awesome Library [organized by author; middle school literature]
The of the Internet Public Library
Edsitement: British Literature: lesson plans
English Literature Resources
C. S. Lewis
Mary Shelley: Frankenstein
Yale University Library: English Literature bibliography
Lesson: Sir Gawain and The Green Knight
Lesson: George Orwell's "Shooting an Elephant"
Digital Book Index