Websites for Teaching
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Yale-New Haven Teacher's Institute--for k-12, but contains some useable ideas for use at the college level

The American Revolution: An Enlightenment Project?

National Humanities Center Online Professional Development Seminar Toolboxes

What Makes A Good Short Story?  Activities related to "A Jury of Her Peers"

The Africana Blackboard--lesson plans

American Passages: A Literary Survey

A Biography of website

An Online Journal and Multimedia Companion to Anthology of Modern American Poetry

Heath Anthology (4th ed.) Instructor's website

Heath Hypertext Syllabus Builder

Edsitement NEH Website

NOW with Bill Moyers; PBS website with resources for art & culture

American Studies Web Reference & Research

The Connection Archive Library

Exxon Mobil Masterpiece Theater: American Collection Educator's Site

Smithsonian Education Website

Project CROW: American Literature Surveys

Language, Literature, and Culture

PBS TeacherSource

PBS Circle of Stories


Novel Resource Guide and & Literary Analysis

Internet Public Library--Literary Criticism

Introductory Guide to Critical  Theory

Critical Reading: An Introduction to Literary Theory & Criticism

Introduction to Modern Literary Theory


University of Michigan's Teaching Strategies & Disciplinary Resources

Study Guides & Strategies for Undergraduates

UVic Writer's Guide for undergraduates

GPN Educational Media--contains video and educational media

Diversity Web: An Interactive Resource Hub for Higher Education

Raymond Williams: Discussion Method in the Tutorial Class (1950 e-text) space for people to explore the theory and practice of informal education.

Virtual Seminars for Teaching Literature

National Council of Teachers of English


Understanding Prejudice--a web site for students, teachers, and others interested in the causes and consequences of prejudice.

Website Design Help

NCTE website