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Literature Unit for Thirteen Reasons Why

I mentioned a while back that I was taking a Young Adult Literature in the Classroom course and that our final assignment was to create a literature unit based on a young adult novel. I chose to do my unit on Jay Asher's Thirteen Reasons Why.  Because I know there are many teachers on here, I thought if anyone was interested in seeing my unit I would pass it along for you to look at and use if you'd like.  If you are interested, send me your email and I'll send it your way...

Just a note about what I had to cover in my final assignment:  Choose a novel that you wish to use in your class.  Your final assignment will be to develop a literature unit based on your chosen novel.  Develop the activities listed below:

-Two comprehension activities

-A list of at least ten vocabulary words

-Literary element (which will they study and what will they do)

-Three discussion topics

-Three quotes from the book to use as journal topics

-One writing topic for each of the four domains.

 

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