Learning poetry’s special characteristics can help students understand, appreciate, and compose poetry. One defining characteristic of poetry is the use of line breaks to create rhythm and rhyme, suggest meaning, and produce a particular appearance. The Line Break Explorer engages … Continue reading

You will be given a hint along with a definition.  You must then type the word(s). Produced by ManyThings.org.

The Isle of Mull is the fourth largest Scottish island, and its 300-mile coastline supports a wide range of species. Follow filmmaker Gordon Buchanan to his favorite locations on and around the island. Produced by WNET/Nature.

This online book from the International Children’s Digital Library traces the journey of Equiano, a young African boy of the Ibo tribe, from his capture by Africans to his life in the Americas. It describes his arduous adventure from slavery … Continue reading

Pollyanna explains the “Glad Game” to Nancy and learns more about the dangers of the common housefly from Aunt Polly. Follow this scene from Eleanor H. Porter’s original novel through Simon Nye’s adaptation of the scene in his screenplay to … Continue reading

The game is tight and your team is close to victory. To win, you’ll have to help RIF’s mascot, Riffington, sink some free throw shots. And while you make the shots, you’ll have to solve a mystery word puzzle at … Continue reading

It’s been over 170 years since Poe lived at 3 Amity Street, the quaint little house then on the outskirts of Baltimore. Poe moved in with his aunt, cousins, and grandmother near the beginning of 1833 and moved out in … Continue reading

Students are more likely to understand, recall, and care about what an idiom means after having played with the phrase through a highly engaging exploration of metaphorical language. Eye on Idioms can be used to engage students in a study … Continue reading

A guide to the story and to the players of Doctor Zhivago. Produced by WGBH/Masterpiece.

Follow a scene from William Shakespeare’s original play to the scene as realized in Trevor Nunn’s television adaptation of the stage production. Since Nunn does not change Shakespeare’s language, how does he transpose the Elizabethan world to a more contemporary … Continue reading

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