Begin each class period of your Transcendentalism unit with thought-provoking bell ringers. These bell ringers include quotes from Thoreau, Emerson, Alcott, Fuller, and more. They are ideal for your American literature class.
SMARTePlans Digital The Crucible Character Analysis Interactive Notebook
Bundle of my Best-selling, Classroom-tested units for American literature. With this set of resources, you will have a full year's worth of materials for teaching the canon of American literature from America's beginnings to today. Teach from Native American literature to Hemingway's realism to Bradbury's science fiction.
The Crucible Character Analysis Graphic Organizers
Engage your students with these common core character analysis graphic organizers for The Crucible. Ideal for secondary ELA and American Literature classes, this file contains two different types of organizers for all of the main characters in Arthur Miller's novel.
Covering the period of American literature from 1850-1900, this 30-minute lecture will prep your students to dig deeper into any literary works from this era that you want. Great for giving students a general idea of the important issues and philosophies that guided the literary canon from this time period in U.S. history. Also connects materials to today’s pop culture.
Entire Semester of American Literature Activities & Assessments: Student Binder
American Literatire Lesson Plans Plus Writing & More is a full year/semester of lessons at your fingertips for stress-free planning. This bundle has literature lessons from early America to modern times along with writing, activities, games, and sub plans. $
American Literary Movements - American Literary Periods Analysis: Using a multi-cell storyboard, students should examine American Literature and American Authors to analyze the literary periods that make up the various American Literary Movements.
The Gettysburg Address Rhetorical Analysis Activity Packet
Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God by Jonathan Edwards- the most famous sermon in American history. This sermon is normally included in American literature anthologies for high school students. My comment - fear CAN be a motivator. Edwards knew how to use it to the utmost.