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Shmoop Adds 14 New Teacher's Editions,

Posted May 14, 2010
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Shmoop has announced that it has added 14 new Teacher's Editions, including its complete civics teaching guide. Shmoop now offers a total of 32 Teacher's Editions for literature, U.S. history, and civics. They include:

--Civics: Teacher's Editions for all 11 Civics Learning Guides, a thorough high school U.S. Government curriculum. The new Teacher's Editions include Teaching the Constitution and Teaching Church and State.

--Literature: Teacher's Editions for three Learning Guides: Teaching Romeo and Juliet, Teaching Macbeth, and Teaching Of Mice and Men.

Sample state standards-based classroom activities:

--Students explore several quotations in an attempt to unravel the original meaning of the First Amendment.

--Students examine and debate Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor's "Wise Latina" quotation.

--Students analyze public opinion on controversial issues like gay marriage.

Each Shmoop Teacher's Edition includes:

--Free Activities & Assignments, aligned with California state standards.

--Free related cross-disciplinary readings from literature and history.

--(For $5.95 per Unit) Quizzes, Essay and Discussion Questions.

For more information about Shmoop's teacher resources, visit www.shmoop.com/teachers/.

Source: Shmoop, www.shmoop.com


 
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