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Teaching the Scarlet Letter
The Scarlet Letter (Adapted by Zachary Hamby)
Our Price: 19.99

Need a new way to liven up American Literature? Try this script-story version of Nathaniel Hawthorne's classic novel The Scarlet Letter. This collection of four script-stories is the perfect way to get your students to experience this dark fable about sin, guilt, and forgiveness in a new way. Also included is a reading guide for each installment, teacher keys for the reading guides, a character analysis worksheet, and an exam with six essay question options. This 66-page document is a PDF download.
Moby Dick (Adapted by Zachary Hamby)
Our Price: 19.99

For many teachers Moby Dick by Herman Melville is too lengthy and complex to full appreciate in the high-school classroom, but this collection of six script-stories presents the timeless story in a modern-student-friendly format that does not skimp on the complex themes and characterization of the novel. Also included is a reading guide for each script-story, keys for the reading guides, pre-story discussion questions, post-story discussion questions, and a character analysis chart. This 99-page document is a PDF download.

Included are the following materials:
  • Six script-stories, each one designed to be read in a standard 50-minute class period
  • Reading guides for each script-story
  • Reading guide keys
  • Character analysis worksheet for taking notes
  • Pre-story opinion questions to get students thinking
  • Post-story discussion questions to help students analyze characters and themes
Teacher Testimonial: “These script-stories took a lengthy and difficult text and made it accessible to modern students without sacrificing the themes and characterization of the original. Most teachers would not have the time to read Moby Dick in their classrooms, but these scripts provide a way to expose students to classic literature in a meaningful way!”