Laurie Halse Anderson
|Fever 1793 E-Notes Lesson Plan
Speak E-Notes Lesson Plan
A thorough unit plan, including activities, quizzes, and tests as well as the complete eNotes.
Mad Woman in the Forest
Laurie Halse Anderson's official Web site.
Summary, book talk, and 10 discussion questions.
Thirty matching and multiple-choice questions.
This reading group guide includes discussion questions and ideas for postreading activities.
Chapter-by-chapter study guide questions, vocabulary words and practice, and related links.
This Google Lit Trip travels through modern day Philadelphia exploring the original sites mentioned in the story. Many of the original buildings are still standing.
Lesson Plan for Speak!
This unit plan includes several activities and essay topics.
Suggestions for Pairing Contemporary Music and Canonical Literature
A list of songs that were inspired by reading literature. Organized by the last name of the author (e.g. Chinua Achebe, William Butler Yeats), the list includes song title, performer, year of release, and more. The list includes 4 titles inspired by Speak!
Everything you need to teach this novel: objectives, activities, vocabulary, journal topics, interdisciplinary connections, and much more. An excellent resource!
Summary, discussion questions, journal and essay topics, and problem-solving activities, all related to the theme of sexual harrassment.
Speak! Anticipation/Reaction Guide
Students respond to 10 statements before and after reading the novel. Access requires MS-Word or compatible application.
Book Review: Speak!
Summary; lists of related movies, web sites, and books; and 3 teaching activities.
Summary, brief biography, and 8 discussion questions.