Great Books Seminar 6–12

Great Books 2017–2018 K–12 Catalog

Great Books fiction and nonfiction programs for grades K–12 help students boost reading comprehension, critical thinking, speaking and listening, and writing skills.

Great Books Roundtable™ for Grades 6–8

An engaging program that includes fiction, nonfiction, and poetry selections—supports differentiated instruction through literature and activities that resonate with middle school students.

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Introduction to Great Books for Grades 9–12

Anthologies combine outstanding fiction, nonfiction, and poetry from classic and contemporary masters.

Literature & Thought Series for Grades 6–12

Bring the power of critical thinking to your classroom discussions on government, citizenship, civics, and U.S. history with selected titles from the Literature & Thought series, their corresponding Great Books discussion guides, and teacher guides.

Many Voices Literature for Grades 9–12

Offer students a new perspective on their world with Many Voices Literature anthologies, their corresponding Great Books discussion guides, and teacher guides.

Modern American Poetry for Grades 9–12

Highlights selected works of 40 American poets, including Walt Whitman, Emily Dickinson, Robert Frost, E.E. Cummings, Langston Hughes, and Sylvia Plath.

Social Studies/Civics for Grades 9–12

Outstanding selections on human rights, civic engagement, and the history of American democracy—explore primary source documents, essays, memoirs, poetry, and more!

Science for Grades 9–12

Investigate the key readings we have collected on three major areas of science: biology, environmental science, and physics.