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This is an excellent lesson plan for showing students how to analyze symbols and motifs, to determine an author's purpose and meaning, and to see how symbols, for example, reveal themes. Several students told me that they enjoyed the assignments. The work that went into this product made it a great value for the price.

— Linda M., English Teacher

My students immediately found the application easy to use and interactive. It opened up the text to discussions, facilitated walk through, and developed a life that was more than just the story. It was like reading the story with twenty minds at once, all developing new knowledge on a meta-level.

— Grover W., AR, GEI Reviewer and Teacher

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