We see you, teachers. We see the extra work you’re doing to create online lessons, teach your classes remotely, and empower students to learn in this new normal. You are not alone, and we want to help.
The SparkNotes Team understands that students sometimes struggle to engage with classic literature, especially Shakespeare’s works. These struggles are even more heightened in this new age of online classes and social distancing. We want you to have access to a number of tools to ignite your students’ interest and help them dive deep into meaningful works of literature. Our SparkTeach materials are specially designed with you and your students in mind, and can be used in the digital classrooms you’ve created.
We’ve curated an early sample of student activities from our future SparkTeach program—you can find it right here. Simply open the material you’d like to use and click the “download” button in the upper righthand corner. We have both PDF and Word versions of all materials. You will find suggestions for how to use these in your classroom, and we encourage you to adapt as wanted.
As always, we also have trusty SparkNotes resources for more than 500 books and plays, and regularly update our site with brand new literary content and study support. We hope the resources listed below make teaching a little easier.
To learn more about our future SparkTeach program, check out SparkTeach.com.
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