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Middle School

Man, the Hero

 

 

High School

Man, the Thinker

Three month core unit includes:
Shane by Jack Schaefer
Antigone by Sophocles
The Iliad by Homer
Additional works to be added each month include:
The Prince and the Pauper by Mark Twain
The Red Badge of Courage by Stephen Crane
Captains Courageous by Rudyard Kipling
And many more...

Three month core unit includes:
Anthem by Ayn Rand
Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen
Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare
Additional works to be added each month include:
The Clouds by Aristophanes
The Epic of Gilgamesh 
Frankenstein by Mary Shelley
And many more...

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  • Access to both Middle School and High School levels
  • Three month core curriculum for each level
  • Teacher guides and resources for teaching literature and writing
  • New work for each level each month
  • Complete lesson plans on classic literature
  • Additional primary source readings to provide context for each work
  • Assignments, quizzes, and discussion prompts with answer keys
  • Members only Facebook group where you can interact with other parents teaching the same curriculum

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Each literary work lesson plan includes:‚Äč

  • Teaching guide with summary so you don't have to read the book!
  • Historical, cultural, and/or thematic context for the literary reading(s)
  • Student reading guide 
  • Four weeks of lessons based on the monthly and year-long theme
  • Grading guides for you to use for activities and writing prompts
  • Meaningful activities to build critical thinking skills
  • Writing prompts to improve comprehension and deeper thought
  • Opportunities for students to learn research and presentation skills

Give your child a rich literary experience

Inspiring Readers

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Improve Writing Skills

All lessons include writing prompts that provide opportunities for your student to reflect and think analytically

Independence

Our lessons allow students to work independently on readings and activities, so they learn how to be more self-sufficient, giving you more time

Literature in Context

For each literary work, we include cultural, historical and/or thematic background to provide a deeper understanding of the story and the importance of context in general

Expanding Minds

When students read classic novels, plays, poetry, and prose, they experience the journey of humanity in all of its different forms that provides insight into the modern world 

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