Agenda Discovery Week Month

Curated for Me

Teaching the Novel and other Longer Narrative Works

See the Events in the EventUpon Database

My Search Results within
25
miles of
My Event List Results within
25
miles of
Endorsed by Curators:
Mar 20 11:00AM - 12:30PM
Monday, March 20th, 11:00am

Tuesday March 21st, 12:00 pm

Novels and longer narrative works can present unique challenges in the Mosaic classroom. Their length, large cast of characters and complexity can strain student interest, and we sometimes have to struggle to keep discussions focused and energized. Whether you are looking for ideas or would like to share insight from your own experience, join Genevieve Amaral (IH) in an open workshop on engaging students as you guide them through texts like The Plague, The Left Hand of Darkness, or The Odyssey.

Upcoming Events

×
Endorsed by Curators:
Film: The Killing (1956, dir. Stanley Kubrick)

Film: The Killing (1956, dir. Stanley Kubrick)

Mar 21 5:15PM - 8:30PM
The Killing was directorStanley Kubrick's first major film effort -- though, likeKubrick's earlier films, it was economically produced with an inexpensive cast. In a variation of hisAsphalt…
 
×
Endorsed by Curators:
Human Rights Campaign Welcoming Schools Presentation and Discussion

Human Rights Campaign Welcoming Schools Presentation and Discussion

Mar 22 11:00AM - 11:50AM
Graciela Sleransky-Poe,arepresentative from the Human Rights Campaign and a faculty member at Arcadia University, will be coming to discuss the welcoming schools campaign and talk to students about…
 
×
Endorsed by Curators:
Demystifying the Daodejing

Demystifying the Daodejing

Mar 22 2:00PM - 3:30PM
How can we demystify The Daodejing, or how does The Daodejing work in real life? What does it have in common with Wordsworth in British Romanticism? What does the rediscovery of Nature have to do…