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Without literature, language classes will be boring. I like ways to bring the novels, short stories, poems into the classroom and make my students think about things happening in them.

I believe we are pretty lucky because we have so many online resources and texts that we can recommend our students to read. To tell the truth, I prefer paper and I love preparing my own handouts but I liked the idea of Curriculet, an online reading platform I came across on Scoop.it.

It allows teachers to create reading classes and help students to understand and analyze the texts by assigning questions. Watching videos, they can listen to useful information that will help them see between the lines. It is free. Sign up and see how tempting it is to use.

More links for literature resources:

http://evasimkesyan.com/2013/10/19/5-cool-sites-literature-sites-you-may-want-to-visit-this-year/



3 Comments so far

  1.    miriam on March 7, 2014 12:00 pm      Reply

    this year i´ll start teaching Literature at secondary school, i hope this web site will help me.

  2.    miriam on March 7, 2014 12:01 pm      Reply

    i love this web,

  3.    Brionna Brown on March 13, 2014 7:14 pm      Reply

    I think this is an interesting resource! I will definitely have to keep it in mind for future reference.

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