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When high schooling our students, it’s important to cram in as much literature as is reasonably possible. Without getting into the rationale, I cannot overstate the value of reading good books.
If you’re searching for products to use, please know that high school lit can be read/taught in pieces or using whole books. Those in the market for a whole book approach will appreciate this list.
Resources for High School Literature
Using whole books
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Looking for more curriculum choices? You might like my BIG LISTS.
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