Shmoop Strengthens Their Teacher Resource Offering

Posted by Shmoop on 1/14/13 10:41 AM
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Think that there isn’t much new in the world of Gatsby? Wrong. Check out Shmoop’s edgy new suite of teacher-helper (second cousin of Hamburger Helper). Shmoop produces a broad series of Teaching Guides designed to help teachers...teach… better.

Priced at $10.66 (as Shmoop notes, the year England more or less IPOed), Shmoop’s materials open views on literature, which even well-seasoned teachers may have not considered. The affordable guides include — among other helpful hints — detailed activity ideas, essays on how to tackle the toughest aspects of each book, and potential essay and discussion questions.

And here’s what’s new in the world of Shmoop Teacher Guides:

• New activities and reading quizzes have been added to some of Shmoop’s most beloved guides including The Great Gatsby, Of Mice and Men, and Macbeth.

• These popular Guides also have a brand spankin’ new vocab section.

• Shmoop has completed a total overhaul of many of the already awesome activities for each Guide.

• Many new Guides have been produced for young adult lit, bringing Shmoop square into the world of middle school.

These teacher materials have become a hit on Shmoop, and the company is rapidly producing more across a variety of topics like African American literature, drama, and female authors. Bundle up and save.

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