Literary Studies

Long before J.K. Rowling sent Harry Potter off to Hogwarts, Rudolfo Anaya penned a novel about magic, witches, ghosts, a young boy growing up, and an awesome pet owl.  Read More
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This curriculum unit includes tested and proven materials for teaching Brave New World to high school students. We have developed this unit to offer other teachers a sample plan that introduces students to dystopian literature, also referred to as anti-utopian literature.  Read More
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This curriculum guide offers tested and proven materials for teaching Ender's Game to students in middle school, junior high, and high school. It is a book we have found compelling, both as readers and as English teachers.  Read More
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"To the glory that was Greece and the grandeur that was Rome." -"To Helen"  Edgar Allan Poe  Read More
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This curriculum unit offers teachers tested and proven materials for teaching Like Water for Chocolate to mature high school students. Written by Laura Esquivel, the book was originally published in Mexico in 1989; a film version was released in 1993.  Read More
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This curriculum unit offers tested and proven materials for teaching Of Mice and Men to junior high/middle school and high school students. Written by John Steinbeck, the novel (also described as a novella, novelette, and play-novelette) was originally published in 1937.  Read More
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First published in 1962, One Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich is considered one of the most significant works ever to emerge from Soviet Russia.  Read More
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This curriculum unit includes tested and proven materials for teaching The Bean Trees to high school students. We have developed it to offer other teachers an introduction to the work of Barbara Kingsolver, a modern writer born in Kentucky and now living in Tucson.  Read More
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