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    • Classic Novels and Their Current Relevance Matt Stone
    • Why Classic Literature?
      • Simple answer- I should have read more in high school
      • So much to read, better start now
      • These books aren’t going anywhere
      • To look good
    • Essential Questions
      • -Why are these novels relevant today?
      • -Why should we study these texts in the classroom?
      • -What themes are prevalent within the group of identified classics that unifies them as classical literature?
      • - Why should students continue reading novels like these throughout their educational years?
    • Enduring Understandings
      • Reading one classic can enlighten you a great deal
      • Classics such as The Catcher in the Rye can provide insight into students’ thought processes
      • There are a ton of them, but each little bit helps
      • Classic novels, while not all suited to be read in a classroom environment, can provide excerpts and connections
      • You feel smarter!
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    • Favorite Resources
      • 100 Must-Read Classic Novels
      • By Nick Rennison
      • Published by Bloomsbury Good Reading Guides
      • Author background information
      • Complete plot description which avoids spoilers
      • Small and easy to read
      • Just enough information
      • Gives both author
      • and book information
    • QUESTIONS?