Shmoop Resources for Teachers, Libarians, Professors, Schools

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Shmoop (www.shmoop.com) online study guides and teacher resources. Shmoop offers fun, fresh, plain-spoken guides that help your students relate to the material.

Shmoop covers literature, US history, poetry (more subjects coming soon).

Shmoop content is created by Ph.D. and Masters students from top U.S. universities, including Stanford, Harvard, and UC Berkeley.

http://www.shmoop.com/teachers/

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Shmoop Resources for Teachers, Libarians, Professors, Schools

  1. 1. OK, the Secret is Ge ng Out Shmoop Wants to Show Your Mind a Good Time We go in-depth on more than 250 (and counting) topics of Literature, Poetry, and US History Mul ple Perspec ves, Mu ple Answers rspec Mul Videos, Photos, Music, Docs, and More - Deep analysis of themes, literary devices, people, events - Close readings of quotes from books & texts photos, video, music, and historical documents from - “Opinions” discussion forums ask students and teachers around the Web to share perspectives Cite Shmoop with Condence Ques ons: Ponder, Explore, Challenge - Students can automatically generate citations on Shmoop - Shmoop’s Study Questions are interpretive, thought- in MLA, Chicago, and APA styles provoking, and encourage critical analysis - Shmoop warns against the perils of plagiarism Cite this Web Page - Our goal is to become the most authoritative, comprehensive, teacher-friendly, and student-friendly site on the web - If you have any thoughts or suggestions, please contact Ana McCullough at ana@shmoop.com or (650) 906-4168 www.shmoop.com Created by educators and experts, Shmoop is about love: of literature, history, poetry, learning, life

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