More Creative Literature Units to Share with Your Students!

The summer vacation is coming to a close and it is time to think about how we will organize our classes for the year. The literature unit has undergone many changes over the course of the last few years and the books that we have been using do not reflect those changes. Fortunately, we are blessed with many creative English teachers who have produced some quality units. In the last post I shared the first ten which I received permission to publish and here I am presenting another ten. Remember that there may be additional changes that need to be made on these units which reflect the needs of your particular classes or further modifications which have been made to the program. The units are in “Word” format so that it will be easy for you to adjust them as you see fit.

This group of units includes: All in A Summer Day by Ray Bradbury (3 different units); Annabel Lee by Edgar Allan Poe; Stopping By Woods on a Snowy Evening by Robert Frost; Mending Wall by Robert Frost; Bluebird by Charles Bukowski; Richard Cory by Edwin Arlington Robinson; The Charge of the Light Brigade by Alfred Lord Tennyson; Refugee Blues by W.H. Auden and The Split Cherry Tree by Jesse Stuart.

Click on the links listed below:

Sarah Greenberg Final Unit. Mending Wall Robert Frost

REFUGEE BLUES Final unit Tikva Shaarabi.blog

Final task Annabel Lee Edgar Allan Poe.blog

YochevedFeinerman.FinalAssignment.blog

Unit Plan on Richard Cory.docx mindy frankel.blog

JudiBeckerFinalAssignment All Summer in a Day Ray Bradbury.blog

Tzivi Portnoy Final Assignment Bluebird.Blog

Michal Zacks Unit Planner blog

All Summer in a Day- Unit 2 Nechemia Litke docx

All Summer in a Day- Unit 1 Amalya Litke docx

The Split Cherry Tree Leah Ruth Singer

I wish you all a happy, healthy, productive and creative year!

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