Teacher Guides to Intermediate & Middle Literature

Student in library with book  Select one of the titles below to view great material that will assist you in teaching these literary classics, old and new. These teacher's guides to works of literature for the late-elementary and middle-school levels (grades 3-8) include overview information, discussion questions, and extended learning activities, in addition to printables worksheets and lesson plans. Find guides to novels, short stories, nonfiction, and poetry by diverse authors such as George Orwell, R. L. Stine, Emily Dickinson, Jean Fritz, Barbara Robinson, James Howe, Jerry Spinelli, Lois Lowery, Roald Dahl, Jeff Kinney, Elizabeth George Speare, and many others. You're sure to foster an interest in literature for your students with these guides, and the included lesson plans, printables, and extension activities will help you discuss these works with confidence.

Fiction by Title A-H | I-M | N-S | T-Z
Nonfiction | Poetry

Guides to Fiction A-H

Guides to Fiction I-M

Guides to Fiction N-S

Guides to Fiction T-Z

Guides to Nonfiction

Guides to Poetry

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