60 Second Recap
One-minute videos that help students understand and enjoy commonly assigned classic works of literature.
A large collection of free classic books, plays, and short stories by authors such as Dickens, Austen, Shakespeare and many others are listed. Many of these collections can be copied for classroom use.
Supplementary, standards-based, web-delivered units of instruction centered on core works of literature.
Thousands of free text books.
Lit2Go is a free online collection of stories and poems in MP3 (audiobook) format.
Links to biographical and critical information, e-texts and lesson plans related to specific authors (high school list).
Literature Resources MDE
Choosing Rigorous, Inspiring Books for Michigan's K-12 Students.
Public domain literature paired with high quality audio performances.
No Fear Shakespeare
This resource puts Shakespeare side-by-side with a modern translation. This is the kind of English our students actually speak today.
A peom a day for high school students.
Quick Picks for Reluctant Young Adult Readers
The list is for young adults (ages 12-18) who, for whatever reasons, do not like to read. The purpose of this list is to identify titles for recreational reading, not for curricular or remedial use.
Scaffolded Literature Units Resources
This Wiki helps classroom teachers to differentiate various novels. These resources have been collected from the internet. The following novels have a multitude of resources: Romeo and Juliet, Frankenstein, Of Mice and Men, and The Great Gatsby.
A great resource for all high school English classes.
Young Adult Literature
Link to biographical and critical information and lesson plans, listed by author.