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A Separate Peace

A Separate Peace


by John Knowles

Challenges & Opportunities

Available to teachers only as part of the A Separate Peace Teacher Pass

A Separate Peace Teacher Pass includes:

  • Assignments & Activities
  • Reading Quizzes
  • Current Events & Pop Culture articles
  • Discussion & Essay Questions
  • Challenges & Opportunities
  • Related Readings in Literature & History

Sample of Challenges & Opportunities

We know that A Separate Peace is one of Time's "Top 10 Books You Were Forced to Read in School." You know what that means? It's also one of the Top 10 Books You Were Forced to Teach in School. We're not knocking the novel—it's an absolutely relevant classic. But it's hard to remember why when it is almost preprogrammed into the curriculum.

Don't worry, we're here to re-light the fire.