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TED 3396 Secondary English Education Practicum I: Welcome!

Information on what resources you and your students will have access to for reliable information on authors, poets, literary criticism, and related topics. How to conduct literary research.

About this Course Guide

About this guide

This guide has been created by the Baylor Libraries to collect the best library and online resources and information for your class. To create this guide, your professor worked closely with Eileen Bentsen (Librarian for English Language and Literature) and Pete Ramsey (Librarian for the School of Education). Our contact information is on the side margins of this page. Feel free to contact us with questions, comments, or suggestions -- about this guide or any other research need.

What's in this guide?

This guide has several tabs, each with different lists or types of resources. Tabs are in green along the top. Use these tabs to find: 

  • Author & Lit Info - resources for finding information on authors and works of literature
  • Pedagogy Resources - resources for finding information on how to teach English literature
  • Library Basics - information on the research process and the various resources available at the library

TED 3396 on Canvas:

Dust Jackets for "The Great Gatsby"

Arcturus Publishing, 2012

Original Dust Jacket, Scribner's, 1925

Wordsworth Classic, 1993

Bantam Books, 1925

Modern Library, 1943

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