Our 6 New Literature Teacher’s Editions: Dystopia Made, er, Fun

Teachers: once again, we have your backs. Shmoop is here to help you do what you do best – connect with your students. We’ll arm you with current events items, juicy pop culture tidbits, lively classroom activities and assignments (based on state standards), and recommended readings. And we’ll save you a ton of time by providing expertly-crafted Reading Quizzes with Answer Keys and Essay Questions.

For the Dystopian fans in the house, this week is a doozy (and not in a bombers-buzzing-your-rooftop sorta way). 2 Orwell classics and Bradbury, to boot.

Teaching 1984, by George Orwell

Teaching Animal Farm, by George Orwell

Teaching Fahrenheit 451, by Ray Bradbury

Teaching Fences, by August Wilson

Teaching Oedipus the King, by Sophocles

Teaching “A Rose for Emily“, by William Faulkner

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