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Uses of Book Guides for English Language Arts Educators & Students

Discover new ideas for teaching classic books,

for example …

see all Book Guides for
A Wrinkle in Time

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Romeo and Juliet

Find strategies for teaching recently published books,

for example …

see all Book Guides for
The Tale of Despereaux

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Speak


What is a Book Guide?

  • Book Guides are professionally produced lesson plans, novel units, discussion questions, and activities related to specific books.
  • Some books have multiple Book Guides available, offering a wide variety of approaches to teaching a particular book

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Here are some curricular uses submitted by educators…

  • "I use Book Guides to help students at all levels as we work through classroom novels."
    - Jessica from California

  • "In the past, I have searched the internet for ideas to present various literature books. Now, I see there is one place—TeachingBooks.net! When TeachingBooks has a Book Guide, it's more convenient to use this one database—especially since the Book Guides also have Book Readings and About the Author info in the same location."
    - Nancy from Japan
  • "Book Guides are a great way to help me introduce a new author to my students."
    - Ann from New York
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