The road trip of three friends who want to take their new classmate to the ocean for the first time in his life is, according to the author, "an exceptional and brilliantly appropriate classroom read for grades 6-8." The novel opens up conversations on topics such as independence, family, friendship, first love, and life dreams, as well as literary issues such as building suspense, episodic storytelling, and using first-person perspective.Download at Beltz.
he story of Dennis and his single mother offers many points of connection, which are close to the life of the 9th- and 10th-graders. Video games, puberty, paranoia, dealing with the indignant media and the search for an identity without a father figure. The author has devised 29 sensitive pages that guarantee fruitful tasks and discussions.Download at Lehrermarktplatz.
To deal with Finn and his friends in the classroom offers possibilities of practical psychology, strengthening of media literacy and even physical activity - some classes have already tried a variant of the cross-country quest! Above all, however, the story of the rogues is about creative lies and the construction of reality.Download at Lehrermarktplatz.
What makes a good man ? How come the self-governing Wonderland goes down so fast when the place is storm-free?
How does it live a hundred days outdoors without money? And what has to happen for a bad boy with a good heart to
defy the forces of delinquancy?
Important questions of the other youth novels around which the teaching material will revolve.