Young Adult Literature Lesson Plans, Authors Lee-Lubar

Necessary Roughness by Marie G. Lee. Adobe Reader required for these resources.

Teaching Resources for the novels of Madeleine L'Engle
Biography, lesson plans, and learning activities.

A Brief History of the Florida Cracker
This WebQuest is designed as a prereading activity for Strawberry Girl by Lois Lenski. Students explore Florida life during the late 1800s and early 1900s.

Julius Lester
Lesson plans for stories by Julius Lester, including Othello, a novel .

Gail Carson Levine
Lesson ideas for Dave at Night , more.

Hana's Suitcase by Karen Levine
The book's official site, with additional background information.

The Lions of Little Rock by Kristin Levine
Anticipation guide, discussion questions, brief author interview, and post-reading activities. This 2-page document requires Adobe Reader for access.

The Cure by Sonia Levitin
A guided imagery activity, vocabulary bingo, a letter-writing activity, and other ideas to support study of the novel.

Teaching Resources for the novels of C. S. Lewis
Biography and materials for the Narnia Chronicles.

Robert Lipsyte
Lesson plans for The Contender and other books.

The Last Snake Runner by Kimberley Griffiths Little
Pre-reading questions, during-reading discussion questions, comprehension/quiz questions, and post-reading project ideas using multiple intelligences.

Confessions of a Closet Catholic by Sarah Darer Littman
This page offers an author interview, comprehension and discussion questions, and suggestions for post-reading projects.

Lois Lowry Resources
Suggestions for teaching Gathering Blue , The Giver , and Number the Stars .

As Long as the Rivers Flow by Larry Loyie
This 8-day unit contains a variety of reading and writing activities, group work, and development of background knowledge. Designed for grades 4-8. Includes vocabulary, extension activities, and supplementary materials (images, handouts). 46 pages; Adobe Reader required.

Creating a School Survival Guide
Inspired by the book Sleeping Freshmen Never Lie by David Lubar, students create their own survival guide, modeling the large variety of genres and styles found in the novel. This lesson focuses on voice and idea development.