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LanguageEnglish — US
- English & Language Arts
Introducing Coming of Age in a Complex World
The resources in this collection help you diversify the range of stories that students read and combine reading, writing, listening, and speaking skills with ethical and empathic reflection.
The collection includes:
- Back to School Toolkit to help you build community with your students
- Three multi-genre text sets with lesson plans and assessment ideas
- Unit Guide for teaching Jacqueline Woodson’s Brown Girl Dreaming
- Unit Planning Toolkit and Educator Workbook to help you design a coming-of-age literature unit for a book of your choosing
- Book Club Guide with the resources and tools to launch student-centered book clubs
- Whole School Read Planning Guide
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