Prentice Hall Literature - Grade 10


Pearson Prentice Hall Literature is an engaging program that reaches all students through personalized instruction. Highly engaging visuals and contemporary lesson designs have been carefully crafted into the program to ensure students will be easily engaged and stay highly motivated as they experience outstanding literature, poetry, and contemporary media. Prentice Hall Literature includes explicit instruction of skills—reading, vocabulary, literary analysis, and writing conventions—all in the context of the literature students read.

Prentice Hall Literature is organized around big and essential questions based on the Understanding by Design model by Grant Wiggins. Students frequently revisit these questions throughout lesson activities to deepen their understanding of universal themes. The Understanding by Design model helps you deliver focused instruction by teaching skills in context rather than in isolation.

Prentice Hall Literature Student Edition with Writing and Grammar Handbook includes Prentice Hall Writing and Grammar - Grade 10 Handbook Edition for a complete homeschool literacy curriculum. This bundle provides explicit instruction of reading skills and strategies. Students read classic and contemporary literature and apply reading skills as they read. While Prentice Hall Writing and Grammar develops and reinforces skills through an easy-to-follow, three-part chapter organization: Guided Writing, Grammar Usage and Mechanics, and Academic and Workplace Skills.

Reader’s Notebook - Interactive workbooks with targeted reading and skill support for every selection in the student edition, plus additional full-length selections:

  • Interactive reading, literary analysis, and vocabulary support
  • Selection summaries and guides for note-taking
  • Sentence starters for reading–writing connections
  • “Turbo” vocabulary building tools
  • “Big Question” writing activities

All-in-One Workbook - Skills and assessment practice for all students, the All-in-One provides:

  • Practice with reading skills, grammar, vocabulary, and literary analysis
  • Writing support
  • Test practice
  • Fluency practice