SparkNotes: No Fear Shakespeare
How to Write a Literary Analysis Essay
Listen Current for Listening/Speaking
Purdue Online Writing Lab (Purdue OWL)
NPR's Backseat Book Club
100 Books to Read in Middle School
Top 100 Books for Kids 9-14
Cornell Note Taking
QAR (Question-Answer Relationships)
Creativity in Non-Fiction
RAFT (Role Audience, Format, Topic
Possessive Nouns Practice
Glossary of Literary Terms
Helpful Handouts for All Literature
Literature Terminology You Must Know
Tone and Mood: What's the big deal?
Story of the Week, Library of America
Every Monday The Library of America will feature a free Story of the Week. It could be anything: a short work of fiction, a character sketch, an essay, a journalist’s dispatch, a poem. What is certain is that it will be memorable, because every story is from one of the hundreds of classic books of American literature published by The Library of America.
Hero's Journey Digital Mind Map Generator
Hero's Journey Library Resources
SparkNotes: Guide to Literary Devices (Rhetorical Devices)
What are literary devices?
What is Close Reading?
Lexile Reading Levels for Grade 6
The measures in the second column represent the demand of text that students should be reading to be college and career ready by the end of Grade 12.
925L to 1070L