Literature: 13 Reasons Why (With Grammar Practice) ★★

What will you do?

This is a course about the book 13 Reasons Why, written by Jay Asher. The course consists of 13 lessons, one for each chapter of the book. During the lessons, you will focus on one element of grammar. If you want to focus on just reading the book, go to this course instead:

 

During this course, you will do the following things:

  • Read the book
  • Answertrue / false questions about the book
  • Learn about adverbs of time, place and frequency in the book
  • Learn about prepositions in the book
  • Learn about the present perfect in the book
  • Learn about the gerund in the book
  • Learn about articles in the book
  • Learn about modal verbs in the book
  • Learn about foreshadowing in the book
  • Learn about setting in the book
  • Learn about phrasal verbs in the book
  • Learn about the verb ‘to do’ in the book
  • Learn about the past continuous in the book
  • Learn about conjunctions in the book

What will you learn?

During this course, you will learn the following things:

  • How to read (Young Adult) literature
  • Recognizing adverbs of time, place and frequency
  • How to use prepositions
  • How to use the present perfect
  • How to use the gerund
  • How to use articles
  • How to use modal verbs
  • What foreshadowing is
  • What setting is
  • How to use phrasal verbs
  • How to use the verb ‘to do’
  • How to use the past continuous
  • How to use conjunctions

You will also work on the following skills:

  • Reading

 

What do you need?

For this course, you need the book ’13 Reasons Why’ by Jay Asher. The page numbers in this course are based on the version with ISBN 978-0-141-32829-4. You can buy the book here

 

EasierStudy does not own the rights to the book.

 

Instructor

Marianne van Dorp

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