Everything you need to understand or teach Anne of Green Gables by Lucy Maud Montgomery.
By modern standards, Montgomery's emphasis on good manners and moral lessons may seem heavy-handed, but Anne's life is far from dull, and most readers see encouraging parallels between themselves and her. Montgomery captures the happy side of childhood: the excitement of finding a "bosom friend," creating a romantic fantasy world, and receiving small privileges.
Anne experiences the dark side of childhood as well: the loneliness of the outsider, the sense of being unattractive, and...
Anne of Green Gables Lesson Plans contain 146 pages of teaching material, including: