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Crash Course is a great resource, and I use it frequently. However, sometimes students need guidance to work through the information, and I need a way to hold them accountable as listeners. For this reason, I made these quick, ready-to-print listening and analysis guides for EVERY episode of Crash Course Literature. Each guide features a pre-and post-viewing activity, 6-10 questions, and answer key. Questions move from the comprehension level through inference, analysis, and evaluation. Questions come in multiple choice, short answer, gap fill, lists, and performance tasks. This set includes the listening guides for episode 8, the Poetry of Emily Dickinson. I use this when I first introduce Dickinson and her poetry to my students. It's particularly helpful because the episode walks students through one of her poems, "I Heard a Fly Buzz When I Died--".
Now updated to include a Google Form version of the questions! It's self grading, fully editable, and ready for you to customize.
Save Big with the Crash Course Literature Bundle! All together, there are 45 episodes of Crash Course literature, and I have a listening guide for each one. Each one retails individually for $2. The first listening guide is free, so buying the rest individually would cost $88 dollars. However, with this bundle, you will get them all in one place for $58 (a thirty dollar savings!), and when Crash Course expands its collection of videos, I will add more to this set, and you won’t have to pay any more. That’s huge savings!
-How and Why We Read (a FREE resource so you can try it out)
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