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Random House Teacher's Guides are designed to help educators by providing questions that explore themes, test reading skills and evaluate reading comprehension. These guides have been developed by teachers like you and by other experts in the fields of education and writing.

Reading ability, subject matter and interest level have been considered in each teacher's guide.

In addition to these teacher's guides, further resources, like reading group guides, author websites and author profiles are available.

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RHI: Censorship & Banned Books
Features an original poem by Billy Collins; teacher's guides written by nationally-renowned educators; articles by noted authors such as Maya Angelou, Judy Blume, and Ray Bradbury; and contributions from professional organizations including the ALA Office of Intellectual Freedom and the National Coalition Against Censorship. RHI, Vol. 3 will help you to update your curricula and navigate challenges in your career. This year’s volume also includes a bonus audio CD featuring an original interview with Judy Blume and select excerpts from banned books.
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RHI: Promoting Active Citizenship
Features an introduction by Barack Obama; teacher's guides written by nationally-renowned educators; articles by or about Random House authors such as Jonathan Kozol, Daniel Goleman, and Sonia Nazario; pieces on issues such as "going green" and the teaching of non-politicized science; and a contribution from Rock the Vote, this magazine will help you to motivate your students, update your curricula, and launch school-wide programs.
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RHI: Reaching Reluctant Readers
Includes articles on how educators can employ new and different strategies in reaching reluctant readers. This magazine features Teacher's Guides written by nationally-renowned educators; interesting articles by Random House authors such as Billy Collins, Terry Brooks, Firoozeh Dumas, and Brian Strause; and insightful pieces by Random House editors and staff working on the front-lines of new and inventive media of high interest to young readers.
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Teaching War
Essential Histories, published by Osprey Publishing, is a series of books on the history of war. These books can supplement discussions and activities in survey courses in United States or world history classes. This new guide provides suggestions to assist teachers in effectively using the Essential Histories as they help their students view war through many lenses—from the military perspective, the political perspective, from that of the individual soldier and the people left at home.
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The Constitution of the United States of America: A Teacher's Guide
In 2005, the United States Congress passed legislation requiring that all educational institutions receiving federal funding must hold an “educational program pertaining to the United States Constitution on September 17 of each year.” This guide is designed to offer some suggestions for the classroom teacher charged with planning activities for the September Constitution Day or for any occasion when the Constitution has particular relevance in the classroom. > Read more


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Censorship: An Educator's Guide
This guide offers points for discussion and writing opportunities that deal with issues related to book censorship and the freedom to read. In addition, there are suggested activities that encourage students to independently explore some of the free speech questions that may help them as they begin forming their own ideas about the First Amendment and what it means to be truly "free." > Read more





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