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Edgar Allan Poe Lesson Plans and Teaching Ideas Edgar Allan Poe Biography, links to several short stories and poetry Author Study: Edgar Allan Poe eThemes provides an extensive database of content-rich, age-appropriate resources organized around specific themes. These resources are created for educators to use in their classrooms. Edgar Allan Poe Students read about Poe's life and create a timeline of significant events. Edgar Allan Poe: An Author Study Students use Web resources to investigate theories surrounding the Poe's life and work. They locate the place where he is buried and design a new grave marker for him. Edgar Allan Poe: An Author Unit Students investigate Poe's life and times and his influence on modern writers. This SCORE guide is designed for high school students. Edgar Allan Poe, Ambrose Bierce, and the Unreliable Biographers Students find, examine, and attempt to explain the causes of inconsistencies in at least four Poe biographies. This standards-based lesson is extensive. Resources are present but less extensive for an investigation into the life of Ambrose Bierce. Edgar Allan Poe, Ambrose Bierce, and the Unreliable Narrator Students consider a variety of narrative stances as they analyze how Bierce and Poe utilize narration in "An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge" and "The Tell Tale Heart." Edgar Allan Poe: Father of Horror In this WebQuest, students investigate Poe's life and its impact on his works. The Edgar Allan Poe Museum in Richmond, Virginia Scroll down to find links to biographical and other sites.
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