The Norton Anthology of English Literature, The Major Authors
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Available at no cost to professors or students, Norton coursepacks bring high-quality Norton digital media into a new or existing online course. Content includes all content from the StudySpace website and, in the instructor-view only, short answer questions with suggested answers and a bank of discussion questions adapted from the Course Guide.
Approximately 300 images with explanatory captions are available for classroom use.
Teaching with The Norton Anthology of English Literature
The Instructor’s Guide offers extensive help, from planning a course and developing a syllabus and course objectives to preparing exams. For authors and works in the Anthology, entries provide a “hook” to start class discussion; a Quick Read section to refresh instructors on essential information about a text or author; Teaching Suggestions that call out interesting textual or contextual features; Teaching Clusters of suggested groups or pairs of texts; and Discussion Questions. To help instructors integrate the Anthology’s new Supplemental Ebook, the Guide features new entries to online texts and clusters. The Guide devotes two completely revised chapters to using technology in the classroom, offering suggestions for teaching the Anthology’s multimedia with the texts and for incorporating the media into traditional or distance-learning courses. For the first time, the Guide will also be made available in a searchable online format. more
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Instructor's Resource Disc
Designed to enhance large or small lecture environments, the new Instructor Resource Disc features approximately 300 images with explanatory captions; illustrated lecture PowerPoint slides for each period introduction and for most topic clusters, which include teaching tips and discussion questions in the notes field; and over 3 hours of Audio, including spoken-word selections and musical recordings. Many of these recordings are embedded in the lecture PowerPoints so that students can, for example, hear a recording of Blake’s “London” while looking at engravings from Songs of Innocence and Experience. more