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Curated Lesson Resources

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The Perks of Being a Wallflower Study Set

The Perks of Being a Wallflower Study Set
Description: This resource serves to help students assess their knowledge of Stephen Chbosky's novel, The Perks of Being a Wallflower.
Rationale: I chose this resource because I taught a The Perks of Being a Wallflower unit in my student teaching experience, and this type of study tool could have helped my students had I given them a comprehensive exam. This resource is grade-level appropriate for grades 10-12.

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Talking Mental Health Video

Talking Mental Health Video
Description: This resource serves to help students understand the basics of the concept of mental health.
Rationale: I chose this resource because when teaching any coming-of-age literature, discussing mental health is important. This resource is grade-level appropriate for grades 5-12.

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16 Personalities Quiz

16 Personalities Quiz
Description: This is a resource that would serve to help students reflect on their own personality traits in relation to how protagonists in literature often are introspective.
Rationale: I chose this resource because I believe connecting literature to personal introspection can help students relate with literature. This resource is grade-level appropriate for grades 6-12

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Soundcloud

Soundcloud
Description: This is a resource that would serve as a program for podcast creation within the classroom.
Rationale: I chose this resource because Soundcloud is free, easy to use, and it can help students create podcasts to discuss what they have learned in the classroom. This resource is grade-level appropriate for grades 9-12.

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Adobe Spark

Adobe Spark
Description: This resource would serve as a video-creation tool for the classroom.
Rationale: I chose this resource because Adobe Spark has great templates and a user-friendly interface. This resource is grade-level appropriate for grades 9-12.

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Twitter

Twitter
Description: This is a resource that would help students interact with each other and their educator as they process information learned in the classroom.
Rationale: Many students already use Twitter, so they are familiar with the platform. Utilizing technology that students often use can help them truly process information learned in the classroom. This resource is appropriate for grades 9-12.

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Kahoot Animal Farm Study Set - Chapters 1-3

Kahoot Animal Farm Study Set - Chapters 1-3
Description: This is a resource meant to help students assess their knowledge of Animal Farm Chapters 1-3.
Rationale: I chose this resource because many students love to study content with game-based study tools. This resource is grade-level appropriate for grades 9-12

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Venngage The Perks of Being a Wallflower Infographic

Venngage The Perks of Being a Wallflower Infographic
Description: This is a resource that can help students visualize some of the basic concepts of The Perks of Being a Wallflower.
Rationale: I chose this resource specifically to cater to students who learn well with visual resources. This resource is appropriate for grades 10-12.

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The Perks of Being a Wallflower - The cost of mental health: How one author advises kids with depression

The cost of mental health: How one author advises kids with depression
Description: This resource is an article and interview with the author of The Perks of Being a Wallflower, Stephen Chbosky, concerning the topic of depression in his novel and in reality.
Rationale: I chose this resource to help students connect with the novel in a personable way. Not every student deals with depression, but most people have to learn how to cope with sadness. This resource is grade-level appropriate for grades 10-12.

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Google Drawings

Google Drawings
Description: This is a resource that students could use to visually portray the literary themes of literature studied in the classroom.
Rationale: I chose this resource because having students create visual representations of literary themes is a great way to assess how well they understand the premise of the literature they are studying. This resource is grade-level appropriate for grades 10-12.