Free Literature Guides

Novel Study Guides Novel Study Guides for the Classroom Teacher
Glencoe Literature Library - Literature Study Guides
Bibliomania - Upper level Literature Study Guides
Novelguide - Literature Guides (Kind of like Cliff Notes)
CoreKnowledge - Literature Guides with answers (further down page)
Reading Units by Gay Miller - Literature Reading Units (online or print quizzes)
TeacherVision - printable literature worksheets
Millstone Education - Literature Units
Children's Literature - Literature - Free Presentations in PowerPoint format & Free Interactive Games - second link

(If any of these links are outdated, please leave a comment and let me know. Thanks!)

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Cheryl said...

Oh, great links! Thanks! I'm going to check out the novel study guides for sure!

Anonymous said...

When Juliet says 'Wherefore art thou Romeo', it means 'Why must you be called Romeo'. She isn't asking where he is.


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