Everything you need to understand or teach Children of the Mind by Orson Scott Card.
Children of the Mind is the fourth and final novel in the Ender quartet, continuing precisely where Xenocide leaves off. In fact, the novel begins even at the moment when Si-Wang-mu, the young servant girl from Path, joins Ender's brainchild Peter to join him in his mission to stop the Lusitania Fleet from destroying Lusitania. Meanwhile, Ender's stepson Miro and Young Valentine, Ender's other child of the mind, continue scouting for new habitable planets. Jane, the incredible being who dwells in the computer and long distance communication networks, rapidly moves colonists off the planet using her newly acquired ability to affect instant interstellar travel before her own imminent destruction because of Starways Congress ordering her shut down.
With catastrophe around the corner, Jane and her allies could sorely use Ender's help but Ender, fatigued by over 3000 years of actively steering the fate of the human race, retreats... View more of the Children of the Mind Summary
Children of the Mind Lesson Plans contain 154 pages of teaching material, including: