10 Ways to Use The New York Times for Teaching Literature

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Great article to find ways for teachers to utilize the New York Times to expand literature discussions.

August 6, 2010, 12:40 pm

<!– — Updated: 12:40 pm –>10 Ways to Use The New York Times for Teaching Literature

By KATHERINE SCHULTEN AND HOLLY EPSTEIN OJALVO

drawing of Hemingway fishingBarry Blitt A drawing of Hemingway from a Paper Cuts blog post. Below, we suggest ways to go fishing on NYTimes.com for resources related to the literature you teach.

Classics, contemporary fiction, young adult and graphic novels, sequels and adaptations: Here are 10 ideas that will help any teacher use the vast resources of NYTimes.com to show students the connections between any type of literature and life.


 

via learning.blogs.nytimes.com

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