Help your students get the most from Nicholas Sparks a Micah Sparks' Three Weeks with My Brother with CliffsNotesathe original study guides. Just as compelling as Sparks' bestselling novels, Three Weeks with My Brother is a nonfiction account by two brothers, who travel to some of the world's most mysterious and inspiring destinations and ultimately learn valuable lessons about loss, love, and hope. Watch your students fall in love with this touching memoir with the help of the valuable insight and trusted guidance of CliffsNotes. Plus, the classroom activities are designed to be flexible to suit your individual classroom needs and personal teaching style. Inside, you'll get: Introduction to Nicholas Sparks Author background How to use this book List of characters Pre-reading activities Strategies for teaching Sparks' Three Weeks with My Brother Classroom reading activities Vocabulary words Post-reading activities and assignments Assigning and evaluating a thesis And much more Discover other modern-day treasures and classic literature you can introduce in your classroom by visiting CliffsNotes.com.For classroom discussion or as writing prompts for practice essays, use the following discussion questions: 1. Where ... 3. Tragedy is pervasive throughout Three Weeks with My Brother. Which one tragic event is the most significant? Why? 4.
|Title||:||CliffsNotes On Nicholas Sparks and Micah Sparts' Three Weeks with My Brother Teacher's Guide|
|Author||:||Richard P. Wasowski|
|Publisher||:||John Wiley & Sons - 2011-03-01|