This rich, thorough curriculum uses your own library of books and life experiences to teach students about genres, literary devices, and more.
Fifteen lesson plans to teach middle grades students about literary genres, elements, and devices, using literature for young children as examples. An accompanying CD provides PowerPoint slides to illustrate the lessons.
Using accompanying slides and materials, you can walk your students through the process of diving into literature. Connect them to their own life experiences and open the doors to author’s purpose and craft.
This curriculum is ideal for traditional English/Language Arts classes, enrichment programs, and homeschool settings.
The Johns Hopkins Talent Development Secondary program has decades of experience developing challenging, engaging curriculum to foster achievement and a love of learning in students of all ability levels. Developed by a partnership of researchers, teachers, and experienced homeschool parents, these materials help homeschool teachers provide effective, academically rich instruction. Materials are suitable for individual students or co-op groups. If you are weary of mindless worksheets and boring, sit-in-your-seat activities, consider Talent Development.
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