Hero image

Myers PhD‘s English Literature Shop

Average Rating3.93
(based on 80 reviews)

English teacher for upper schools with a passion for literature. My resources eschew flashy, clip-art-infested layouts for clean, focused, and advanced worksheets and activities for students and teachers.

395Uploads

211k+Views

38k+Downloads

English teacher for upper schools with a passion for literature. My resources eschew flashy, clip-art-infested layouts for clean, focused, and advanced worksheets and activities for students and teachers.
Romeo and Juliet (IGCSE): Act 4, Scene 1 - The Friar's Plan - Worksheet + ANSWERS
myersalemyersale

Romeo and Juliet (IGCSE): Act 4, Scene 1 - The Friar's Plan - Worksheet + ANSWERS

(0)
This print-and-use lesson worksheet is part of my teaching unit for Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet. It focuses specifically on Act 4, Scene 1 of the play. The worksheet includes: Comprehension & close reading questions for Act 4, Scene 1. Close reading activity connected to Friar Lawrence’s plan for Juliet. Creative Response activity connected to Friar Lawrence’s plan for Juliet. MODEL ANSWERS for all the questions + activities as well as a teacher’s guide and further in-depth analysis and commentary of the scene. PS: This worksheet, as indeed all the Romeo and Juliet handouts and activities are specifically designed to be read at IGCSE level or in preparation for the IGCSE English Literature exams. But they can be used independent of these exams and the IGCSE curriculum, too, of course! Enjoy, and please leave feedback!
A Raisin in the Sun (Hansberry) - iGCSE Exam Practice Papers (Drama) + ANSWERS
myersalemyersale

A Raisin in the Sun (Hansberry) - iGCSE Exam Practice Papers (Drama) + ANSWERS

(0)
This is a range of 10 EXTRACTS, designed as print-and-use Paper 2 Exam Practice Assessment, which includes carefully selected extracts from Lorraine Hansberry’s play A Raisin in the Sun - one of the Drama texts for IGCSE English Literature exam Paper 2 2019 - 2021. Each extract is accompanied by relevant exam questions which are either original past paper questions or a very close approximation of what the IGCSE exams will ask. I’ve also included MODEL COMMENTARIES / ESSAY RESPONSES to most of the questions (there are 10 Extracts in TOTAL!) as a REVISION AID or to help teachers with their assessment of student responses. Enjoy, and please leave feedback!
IGCSE Poetry: Stanzas Written in Dejection, near Naples (P. B. Shelley) + ANSWERS
myersalemyersale

IGCSE Poetry: Stanzas Written in Dejection, near Naples (P. B. Shelley) + ANSWERS

(0)
This is an advanced, detailed ready-to-teach unit for the poem “Stanzas Written in Dejection, near Naples” by P. B. Shelley. The poem is also on the IGCSE English Literature curriculum for exams 2022 (Songs of Ourselves, Volume 2, Part 4: Love, Age, and Wisdom), but the unit can be used independently of the exams, too! This comprehensive teaching unit includes: 1. Biography and introduction to the poet - Percy Bysshe Shelley, including context-related insights into Shelley’s views, philosophy 2. Before Reading Activity - Personification vs. Pathetic Fallacy: This activity is designed to introduce students to the differences between personification and pathetic fallacy, two poetic devices that a) are often confused, and b) are extensively used in Shelley’s poem, which is why it is crucial that the distinction of the concepts is understood to gain a better appreciation of the poem. 3. The poem text with, line numbers and explanatory notes to facilitate a close-reading, and to explain unusual or difficult vocabulary and concepts. Illustrations and images further help clarify the use of terminology and phrases in the specific context of the poem. 4. Comprehension, close reading and analysis questions, with a particular focus on close reading and analysis of poetic devices, language, structure, and its effects (useful for IGCSE/A-Level exam prep or to teach the poem at a higher level and in more depth than you’ll find with other materials). 5. Practice IGCSE Exam Paper and Practice Exam Questions - This is an IGCSE Paper 1: Poetry & Prose Practice Exam Paper that I created which emulates the real IGCSE Paper 1 exam as closely as possible. Can be used with classes as exam practice, or independently, to emulate a mock exam. 6. Teacher’s Notes and Study Guide section, including analysis and a critical commentary of the poem, can be used as a teacher’s guide or to help students in their revision for the exam. Model answers for all the comprehension questions as well as the IGCSE Exam Paper are also provided. 7. Perfect for Distance Learning & Independent Study: As a stand-alone, comprehensive teaching unit with ANSWERS and teaching guide, this is also perfect for DISTANCE LEARNING or homeschool settings. Feedback is always appreciated!
A Midsummer Night's Dream (Shakespeare) - Act 1, Scene 2 - WORKSHEET + ACTIVITIES + ANSWERS
myersalemyersale

A Midsummer Night's Dream (Shakespeare) - Act 1, Scene 2 - WORKSHEET + ACTIVITIES + ANSWERS

(0)
This print-and-use unit of work includes worksheets & activities that are part of my teaching unit for William Shakespeare’s iconic comedy A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Specifically, the worksheets focus on Act 1, Scene 2 of the play, which introduces the workers / Mechanicals. The unit includes: Comprehension Questions for Act 1, Scene 1 of the play. Shakespeare in Context: Information Text about workmen performing plays / professional vs. amateur theatre companies in Shakespeare’s time. Creative Task: Students are prompted to explore Shakespeare’s presentation of the Mechanicals creatively, first by looking into the different professions (and the guilds they represent) - this is a creative activity that caters to visual learners, in particular. Act it Out! - Meet the Meechanicals: This is a drama activity that guides students through an active engagement with the characters on stage, with the objective of having the play come to life as the students imagine the Mechanicals dramatically and on stage. ANSWER KEY with detailed MODEL ANSWERS for the comprehension questions TEACHER’S GUIDE with annotations & detailed commentary of the most important lines of the scene. This is designed to help teachers (especially those new to the play), but will also be useful to the more experienced Shakespeare enthusiasts. Enjoy, and please leave feedback!
IGCSE / IB Shakespeare: Macbeth - Act 5, Scenes 5-6: Tomorrow, and tomorrow (Worksheets + ANSWERS)
myersalemyersale

IGCSE / IB Shakespeare: Macbeth - Act 5, Scenes 5-6: Tomorrow, and tomorrow (Worksheets + ANSWERS)

(0)
These print-and-use lesson worksheets are part of my teaching unit for Shakespeare’s Macbeth. They focus specifically on Act 5, Scenes 5-6, with a particular focus on Macbeth’s final solioquy, “Tomorrow, and tomorrow, and tomorrow”. The worksheets include: 1. Comprehension Questions for Act 5, Scenes 5-6 of Macbeth 2. Extract Focus & Language Analysis Activity: With a particular focus on the soliloquy and Macbeth’s response to his wife’s death, this exercise can be used as exam practice or as guided close reading. 3. MODEL ANSWERS for all the questions + activities as well as a teacher’s guide and further in-depth analysis and commentary of Act 5, Scenes 5-6 to guide your teaching of the play. Enjoy, and please leave feedback!
Merchant of Venice - Act 3, Scene 2: Bassanio's Choice - ACTIVITIES + ANSWERS
myersalemyersale

Merchant of Venice - Act 3, Scene 2: Bassanio's Choice - ACTIVITIES + ANSWERS

(0)
These print-and-use lesson worksheets are part of my teaching unit for Shakespeare’s The Merchant of Venice. They focus specifically on Act 3, Scene 2, a long scene that develops central themes, provides a first climax in the play, and develops all plots and sub-plots significantly. This comprehensive unit of work includes the following: 1. Comprehension and Close Reading Questions for Act 3, Scene 2 of The Merchant of Venice. 2. Act it Out! - A range of pair work or group work drama & improv activities that facilitate a critical while fun engagement with the scene and its staging. Feel free to use whichever activities you would like to or have time for (as there is a wide range available throughout my Merchant of Venice unit). 3. Analyzing Language, Character, and Themes - Engaging, close reading and analysis activities that take a closer look at Bassanio’s and Portia’s character development and use of language, as well as the development of central themes in the play. 4. Teacher’s Guide & Model Answers for all the comprehension and close reading questions as well as further in-depth analysis and commentary for Act 3, Scene 2. I have also included a detailed commentary of KEY LINES & PASSAGES of this scene. Enjoy, and please leave feedback!
The Outsiders (S. E. Hinton) - Chapter 1 - NO PREP ACTIVITIES, WORKSHEETS + ANSWERS
myersalemyersale

The Outsiders (S. E. Hinton) - Chapter 1 - NO PREP ACTIVITIES, WORKSHEETS + ANSWERS

(0)
These print-and-use lesson worksheets and activities are part of my teaching unit for S. E. Hinton’s iconic young adult novel The Outsiders. With a specific focus on Chapter 1, this comprehensive unit includes a range of activities to choose from: 1. Comprehension Questions for Chapter 1 of The Outsiders. 2. Text in Context: A short biography of S. E. Hinton and follow-up activity is included to provide a first, crucial glimpse into the context of composition. 3. Analyzing Character: Ponyboy: A structured, scaffolded character analysis activity that uses a key passage from Chapter 1 as a starting point for a first look at the narrator-protagonist. 4. Analyzing Themes: Divided Communities, Family and Belonging: This is a guided close reading activity that facilitates an in-depth look at some of the central themes of the novel, introduced as early as Chapter 1. 5. TEACHER’S GUIDE with MODEL ANSWERS for all the comprehension questions, the characterization activity and analyzing themes questions. as well as further in-depth analysis and commentary for Chapter 1 of The Outsiders. Ideal to help teachers who are new to the novel, or students in a DISTANCE LEARNING setting who need to complete the activities, etc. independently. Enjoy, and please leave feedback!
Of Mice and Men - Chapter 4 - Complete ACTIVITIES + WORKSHEETS + ANSWERS + GUIDE
myersalemyersale

Of Mice and Men - Chapter 4 - Complete ACTIVITIES + WORKSHEETS + ANSWERS + GUIDE

(0)
This print-and-use, ready to teach unit contains all my activities, worksheets, printables, handouts, answers and teacher’s guide resources for Chapter 4 of Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck. One of my favorite novels to teach, I’ve revisited and revised my Of Mice and Men resources and included a range of activities for each of the six parts of the novel. This unit, for Chapter 4 of Of Mice and Men, contains the following: 1. Comprehension & Close Reading Questions for Chapter 4 of Of Mice and Men 2. Let’s Get Quizzical! - Quote Hunt Quiz for Chapter 4 of the novel. 3. Characterization & Setting - Crooks’ Room - as this chapter focuses on Crooks and his interactions with Lennie and Candy - the main outcasts of the story, I’ve taken this opportunity to design an activity that looks at the relationship between setting and characterization. 4. Analyzing Tone, Mood, and the Author’s Voice - in no other chapter of the novel does Steinbeck use variations in tone and mood to such great effect - the author’s voice is emphasized in this chapter, and the various minor characters - Crooks, Candy, even Curley’s wife - are turned masterfully into vehicles for social criticism. 5. The Novel in Context - Racism in the Deep South - this activity uses Billie Holiday’s iconic and powerful song “Strange Fruits” to highlight the social concerns raised in the novel in Chapter 4, with a specific focus on the pervading racism of the South of the 1930s. 6. Teacher’s Guide (Model Answers + Commentary + Analysis) - This is a comprehensive teacher’s guide for Chapter 4 of the novel, and it includes model answers for all the activities as well as a detailed plot summary and analysis of Chapter 4 designed for teachers who are new to the novel, or veterans who wish to gain fresh insights, as well as for students working independently in a home-schooling setting or in a distance learning environment. Hoping you find everything you were looking for, please leave feedback!
Lord of the Flies (Golding) - Chapter 11 - Power - Worksheets + ANSWERS + GUIDE
myersalemyersale

Lord of the Flies (Golding) - Chapter 11 - Power - Worksheets + ANSWERS + GUIDE

(0)
This unit of work focuses on Chapter 11 of William Golding’s novel Lord of the Flies; as a comprehensive unit for Chapter 11, it includes the following: 1. Comprehension, Close Reading & Discussion Questions for Chapter 11 of the novel. 2. Identify the Quote Quiz - this activity provides an alternative, quicker, and potentially more fun way to check reading and comprehension of Chapter 11 of the novel - with quotes that students have to recognize and contextualize. 3. Analyzing Themes: Power - This activity takes a closer look at the theme of power - by comparing and contrasting the different systems of power and governance used and put into place by Ralph and Jack (democracy / military dictatorship/autocracy. 4. Analyzing Key Scenes - The Death of Piggy - this activity focuses on the key scene of Piggy’s death, takes another look at the development of Piggy’s character, and posits Piggy as a tragic hero of the novel, with activities to allow in-depth engagement and analysis by the students, accordingly. 5. Teacher’s Guide + Answer Key - this provides a detailed answer key for all the activities as well as a teacher’s guide for Chapter 1 of the novel - including a summary and an analysis of Chapter 11. This is designed for teachers who are new to the novel, or veterans who wish to gain fresh insights, as well as for students working independently in a home-schooling setting or in a distance learning environment. Edition of the novel used: Lord of the Flies (William Golding), Faber and Faber Educational Edition. Hoping you find everything you’re looking for, please leave feedback!
IGCSE Shakespeare: Romeo and Juliet - Act 1, Scene 4 - Mercutio & Queen Mab (Worksheet + ANSWERS)
myersalemyersale

IGCSE Shakespeare: Romeo and Juliet - Act 1, Scene 4 - Mercutio & Queen Mab (Worksheet + ANSWERS)

(0)
This advanced ready-to-teach handout and worksheet is designed to accompany your study of Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare, with a particular focus on IGCSE English Literature courses and requirements. 1) Comprehension & Questions for Act 1, Scene 4 of Romeo and Juliet. 2) Close reading & analysing language and character questions and activity, with a particular focus on Mercutio (first apperance here) and his famous “Queen Mab” soliloquy. 3) Queen Mab soliloquy on a separate handout to facilitate annotated close reading & analysis. 4) Creative Connections Task to help students further visualise and get to grips with the complexities of the soliloquy’s imagery and suggestive language. Caters to visual learners in particular. 5) Answer Key & Teacher’s Guide are included. Perfect for independent study or distance learning. Feedback is always appreciated!
Romeo + Juliet: Act 2 Prologue + Act 2 Scene 1 - Lesson Worksheet + ANSWERS
myersalemyersale

Romeo + Juliet: Act 2 Prologue + Act 2 Scene 1 - Lesson Worksheet + ANSWERS

(0)
This print-and-use lesson worksheet is part of my teaching unit for Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet. It focuses specifically on the Prologue that opens Act 2 of the play. Included are: Prologue activity for Act 2 Prologue. Comprehension & Close Reading questions for Act 2, Scene 1. MODEL ANSWERS for both the prologue activity and the comprehension & close reading questions. Enjoy, and thanks in advance for feedback!
Importance of Being Earnest (Wilde) - Act 1, Part 2 - Historical Context + ANSWERS
myersalemyersale

Importance of Being Earnest (Wilde) - Act 1, Part 2 - Historical Context + ANSWERS

(0)
This unit of work focuses on Act 1, Part 2 of Oscar Wilde’s iconic comedy of manners, The Importance of Being Earnest. (Act 1, Part 2 for this unit starts at the entrance of Lady Bracknell and Gwendolen Fairfax, l. 310. The unit of work includes: 1. Comprehension, Close Reading & Discussion Questions for Act 1, Part 2 of the play (Act 1, ll. 310-end of Act 1, depending on your edition of the play). 2. Texts in Context - The Historical Context of the Play - This activity introduces students to the socio-cultural and historical context of the play. The activity includes: A brief informative text and overview of some of the most important socio-cultural and historical developments of Victorian England. Discussion Questions linking the text and the play (Act 1, Part 2) 3. Teacher’s Guide - A teacher’s guide provides notes and thoughts on how to teach the various activities, including guidance for when and how to teach what is included. 4. Answer Key - This answer key includes model answers for all activities. Perfect for independent study and distance learning. Feedback is greatly appreciated!
Hamlet (Shakespeare) Complete Advanced Activity Pack
myersalemyersale

Hamlet (Shakespeare) Complete Advanced Activity Pack

13 Resources
This is a collection of handouts, worksheets etc. for William Shakepeare’s iconic play ‘Hamlet’. Having taught it quite often, by now, I have put together a great selection of advanced worksheets, activities, with a particular focus on catering to high schools teaching the play. The worksheets and handouts are of an advanced enough level to be taught at university, too. The bundle includes: Introduction to the play. Act 1, Scene 1 - The Ghost (Foreshadowing & Setting the Scene) Act 1, Scene 2 - Claudius Act 1, Scene 5 - The Ghost Act 2, Scene 1 - Polonius, the Fool Act 2, Scene 2 - The Method in the Prince’s Madness Act 3, Scene 1 - To be, or not to be, that is the question. Act 3, Scene 4 - Jung’s Archetypes, Hamlet, and Mythological Criticism Act 4 , Scene 3 - Psychoanalysis and Freud Act 4, Scene 4 - Hamlet and Revenge Act 4, Scene 7 - Ophelia’s Madness Act 5, Scene 1 - Yorick & the Gravediggers Act 5, Scene 2 - The Final Act Save 67% with this bundle, compared to buying the worksheets individually!
Ernest Hemingway Short Stories: "The Short Happy Life of Francis Macomber" Context & Close Reading
myersalemyersale

Ernest Hemingway Short Stories: "The Short Happy Life of Francis Macomber" Context & Close Reading

(0)
This advanced handout is designed to accompany a study of Ernest Hemingway’s iconic short story “The Short Happy Life of Francis Macomber”. The handout includes: Close reading and comprehension questions Socio-historical context of the short story (including some information about the concepts of masculinity, the Hemingway hero code, the femme fatale, and stereotypes of the 1930s). Questions and exercises that use selected extracts from the story and accompanying questions to facilitate a close reading and analysis of the short story. Essay and critical commentary about the short story.
IGCSE / IB Shakespeare: Macbeth - Act 3, Scene 4 (Banquo's Ghost) WORKSHEET + ACTIVITY + ANSWERS
myersalemyersale

IGCSE / IB Shakespeare: Macbeth - Act 3, Scene 4 (Banquo's Ghost) WORKSHEET + ACTIVITY + ANSWERS

(0)
This print-and-use lesson worksheet is part of my teaching unit for Shakespeare’s Macbeth. It focuses specifically on Act 3, Scene 4 of the play, with a particular focus on the appearance of Banquo’s ghost and Macbeth’s reactions to this apparition. The worksheets include: 1.** Comprehension Questions** for Act 3, Scene 4 of Macbeth Act it Out! - Guided group work and drama activity, designed to help students bring this dramatic scene of Banquo’s appareance as a ghost to life, and to facilitate a critical engagement with this scene in terms of building up tension, the presentation of conflict, drama, and characters in the play. Guided Analysis & Exam Practice: A close reading and language analysis and commentary exercises, which can function as IGCSE exam practice, IB exam practice, or simply as a close reading activity to facilitate guide students in their analysis of the language and dramatic development of the scene. MODEL ANSWERS for all the questions + activities as well as a teacher’s guide and further in-depth analysis and commentary of Act 3, Scene 4. Enjoy, and please leave feedback!
The Hobbit (J. R. R. Tolkien) - Chapter 17 - NO PREP ACTIVITIES, ANSWERS + GUIDE
myersalemyersale

The Hobbit (J. R. R. Tolkien) - Chapter 17 - NO PREP ACTIVITIES, ANSWERS + GUIDE

(0)
This is a set of print-and-use worksheets, activities, handouts and presentation-mode PDFs for J. R. R. Tolkien’s iconic fantasy children’s novel The Hobbit, and more specifically for Chapter 17 - The Clouds Burst. The chapter represents the climax of the novel with the Battle of the Five Armies. This comprehensive teaching unit, adapted for DISTANCE LEARNING, includes the following: Comprehension & Close Reading Questions for Chapter 17. Read & Response Journal Questions for Chapters 17. Compare the Movie version of The Hobbit with the novel activity - you can use any film version, be it the 2012 trilogy or the 1977 animated version for this activity. TEACHER’S GUIDE + PRESENTATION (a set of slides for use in class or in a video conference) is included. Perfect for DISTANCE LEARNING, this includes MODEL ANSWERS for the comprehension & close reading questions as well as slides for teaching the lesson. NO PREP NEEDED! I’ve also included a DETAILED SUMMARY & ANALYSIS of Chapter 17 as further guidance for teachers, especially useful for those teaching The Hobbit for the first time, or in a homeschooling, DISTANCE LEARNING setting. Enjoy, and please leave feedback!
A Midsummer Night's Dream: Character Analysis and Essay
myersalemyersale

A Midsummer Night's Dream: Character Analysis and Essay

(0)
This handout and worksheet guides students through the process of developing a structured, detailed character analysis essay based on William Shakespeare's 'A Midsummer Night's Dream'. There is a clear focus on thesis statement development, the essay structure, and the integration of citations and examples to develop a coherent essay overall. Enjoy!
FREE Things Fall Apart (Chinua Achebe) Pre-Reading Introduction + Activities
myersalemyersale

FREE Things Fall Apart (Chinua Achebe) Pre-Reading Introduction + Activities

(2)
This FREE no-prep unit provides introductory activities for Chinua Achebe’s iconic African novel Things Fall Apart. The unit includes: 1. Exploring Expository Writing: An in-depth introductory text that provides insights into the following aspects of the novel: critical reception & worldwide success of Things Fall Apart context & background 2. Discussion Questions: A range of discussion prompts that test understanding of the text, on the one hand, and provide food for thought and extended critical discussion. Enjoy, and please leave feedback!
FREE Macbeth (IGCSE Shakespeare) - Act 1, Scene 1 - The Witches (Lesson Worksheet + ANSWERS)
myersalemyersale

FREE Macbeth (IGCSE Shakespeare) - Act 1, Scene 1 - The Witches (Lesson Worksheet + ANSWERS)

(3)
This FREE print-and-use lesson worksheet is part of my teaching unit for Shakespeare’s Macbeth. It focuses specifically on Act 1, Scene 1 of the play. The worksheet includes: Comprehension Questions for Act 1, Scene 1 of Macbeth Shakespeare in Context: Informative text about witches & James I and the context of composition. This is crucial to fully appreciate the dramatic effect & significance of Shakespeare’s choice of using witches in the play. The information text is accompanied by relevant questions to link it to the play. Drama Activity: This is an activity that encourages engaging with the text on stage; it outlines various ways for students to act out and the scene, and to think critically about how the scene may have been performed on stage. Act 3 Close Reading Activity (focuses on 3.5.1-36, with all the imagery of light and darkness - a crucial dichotomy and thematic trope and motif that runs through the play) MODEL ANSWERS for all the questions + activities as well as a teacher’s guide and further in-depth analysis and commentary of the relevant aspects of Act 1, Scene 1 of Macbeth PS: This worksheet, as indeed all of my Macbeth handouts and activities are specifically designed to be read at IGCSE level or in preparation for the IGCSE English Literature exams. But they can be used independent of these exams and the IGCSE curriculum, too, of course! Enjoy, and please leave feedback!
George Orwell - 1984 - B. 3, Ch. 2-3: PEEAL Paragraphs IGCSE EXAM PREP + ANSWERS
myersalemyersale

George Orwell - 1984 - B. 3, Ch. 2-3: PEEAL Paragraphs IGCSE EXAM PREP + ANSWERS

(2)
This FREE advanced worksheet focuses on Book 3, Chapters 2-3 of George Orwell’s 1984 or Nineteen-Eighty-Four with a specific focus on aiding your study of the novel for IGCSE English Literature (1984 is a set text for the IGCSE English Literature Exams in 2020 and 2021). Although this unit of work, as indeed all of my 1984 handouts and activities are specifically designed to be read at IGCSE level or in preparation for the IGCSE English Literature exams. But they can be used independent of these exams and the IGCSE curriculum, too, of course! The level is certainly also high enough to be used if you have made 1984 one of the set texts for your IB English A: Literature or English A: Language & Literature course. The unit of work includes: 1. Comprehension questions for Book 3, Chapters 2-3 of 1984. 2. Guided Exam Preparation Activity: Writing a PEEAL Paragraph for Passage-Based Responses. This activity guides students through the planning and writing stages of PEEAL paragraphs (Point — Evidence — Explanation — Analysis — Link). The learning objectives are: a. learners should be able to: Consider some of the effects created by the writer’s use of language devices and narrative style in the passage b. learners should be able to: Explore a range of effects created by the writer’s use of language devices and narrative style in the passage and link their ideas to the essay question c. learners will be able to: Analyse a wide range of effects created by the writer’s use of language devices and narrative style and link their ideas to the essay question in an insightful way. The activity provides ample opportunities and ways to differentiate for the students, using guidance and scaffolding to prepare the students accordingly. 3. TEACHER’S GUIDE + ANSWER KEY: A detailed teacher’s guide with summary & analysis of Book 3, Chapters 2-3, as well as an MODEL ANSWERS for the comprehension questions AND for the Guided Exam Practice PEEAL Paragraphs Activity. Feedback is always appreciated!