Tuesday, December 2, 2008

"Young Goodman Brown" AudioText & Illustrated

Traditionally, "Young Goodman Brown" by Nathaniel Hawthorne was reserved for advanced High School students (or Senior Honors English Courses), or for Freshman English 101 courses at college. Now, however, with our new AudioText pages, where students can read and listen to the text narration, almost any level high school student can enjoy "Young Goodman Brown."

To view and listen to "Young Goodman Brown" click here.

In addition to the Audio-Text, we have also included a series of illustrations for students to follow along. And, if a student doesn't understand a word within the text, he can click it and a definition will pop-up -- for every word.

So teachers and parents, don't be afraid of assigning this classic piece of literature to your students. The story will stay with them for a lifetime.

(Side Note: Teachers and parents if you have any short stories, or even full classic novels, that you would like the Adam Smith Academy to create an Audio-Text page for, please do not hesitate to contact us, or write a comment below, and we'll be sure to add it to our list.)

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