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Literature Connections

 

Since you are a busy teacher, here's a place that lists resources aligned to the core literature for your grades. We are just beginning and have a long way to go, but there are some great resources here for you. Check out the themes, questions, websites, resources, extensions, activities, and more for each book you teach or read. Eventually this list will be searchable by theme, keywords, author, title. Keep checking back in to see the list grow.

    • K-3 (Open Court Resources compiled by Mathew Needleman)
    • 4-5 (Open Court Resources compiled by Todd Jacobson)
    • 6-8 (Compiled by Barbara Bray for Oakland USD for AB1339)
    • 9-12 (Great Resource by Urban Dreams Grant- Oakland Unified School District)

 

6-8 Core Literature

High Points Themes

Themes for 6-8 Literature

Ancient Egypt
Dogsong
Golden Goblet
Archeology
Dogsong
Boy of the Painted Cave
Architecture
House of Dies Drear
Africa
Cow-Tail Switch
Caves
Maroo of the Winter Caves
Boy of the Painted Cave
Climate
Maroo of the Winter Caves
The Cay
Cultures
Baseball in April
Early Man
Maroo of the Winter Caves
Boy of the Painted Cave
Endangered Species
Dogsong
Family
Baseball in April
Great Depression
Where the Red Fern Grows
Heroes
Golden Goblet
Holocaust
Number the Stars
Hurricanes
The Cay
Immortality
Tuck Everlasting
Legends and Myths
Tuck Everlasting
Where the Red Fern Grows
Life Cycles
Tuck Everlasting
Native Americans
Where the Red Fern Grows
Poetry
Baseball in April
Prejudice
Number the Stars
Responsibility
Dogsong
Roman Empire
The Bronze Bow
Slavery
House of Dies Drear
Social Justice
The Bronze Bow
Storytelling
Cow-Tail Switch
Underground Railroad
House of Dies Drear
War
Number the Stars
Johnny Tremain

 

 

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