Teaching Adventure.com Aguide to Teaching High School English  

Make teaching a more positive and exciting experience for both you and your students!

With our comprehensive guide and detailed lesson plans teachers will:
  • Gain confidence in the classroom

  • Present thought provoking enjoyable lessons

  • Inspire interest and excitement

  • Establish control

We offer one comprehensive book (or CD), providing lessons for four novels: Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, The Catcher in the Rye, One flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest, and The Great Gatsby.

Lessons can be easily adapted to other novels and your own teaching style. Each lesson is sharpened by practical tips on classroom management.

Each lesson has a strong motivation that captures and concentrates students’ attention. Techniques include use of close reading, discussion, debate, writing process, group interaction, role playing and drama.

Here's how we've helped other
teaching professionals:

Lesson Plans

…the end product of a master teacher’s experiences in improving students’ critical skills through deep engagement with classic texts.
---Corinne Vinal, Faculty, New York City Leadership Academy,
Aspiring Principals Program

Teaching techniques

I use these lessons to teach Huckleberry Finn, The Catcher in the Rye, The Great Gatsby, and One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest. They are dynamite!
---Kathleen Mulgrew, Teacher of English,
Lafayette High School, Brooklyn, NY.
Awarded…New York State English Teacher of Excellence,
NY State English Council

Classroom control

Our students, sometimes called Millennials, live in a fast paced, visually driven world and want/demand to be actively engaged in the classroom… How to Teach the Novel…meets them wherever they are.
---Bob McGovern, Instructor
Brookdale Community College English Department,
Lincroft, New Jersey
Our Book
One book (or CD) does it all!
Click here for more information.How to Teach the Novel and Meet the Challenge of High School English
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