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JGB Series 8 Digital Classroom Bundle

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JGB Digital Classroom: Bundle for one teacher and 30 students | $917.00 | GBCB-8-DE | NOTE: Digital books cannot be printed.
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Junior Great Books Series 8 Digital Classroom Bundle on a desktop and tablet

JGB Series 8 Digital Classroom Bundle

Our classroom bundles include everything you need to successfully use Junior Great Books® through Junior Great Books Digital Classroom. You will have access to materials for one teacher and 30 students, as well as online training to prepare you to begin using the Great Books Foundation's Shared Inquiry™ method of learning.

Junior Great Books Series 8 contains 20 outstanding works of literature—including fiction, nonfiction, and poetry—that sustain interpretive reading and discussion. Among the selections are beloved classics by well-known authors, as well as contemporary writing by new voices that you won’t find in any other anthology.

Each digital classroom bundle includes access to:

  • All Series 8 Teacher Materials (Teacher’s Edition, Online Resources) for one teacher
  • All Series 8 Student Materials (Student Book and Reader’s Journal) for 30 students
  • One Shared Inquiry Essentials on-demand or online training course

Note: Digital books cannot be printed. The digital products in this bundle come with a one-year subscription. Purchasers will be emailed a coupon code to register for a Shared Inquiry Essentials on-demand or online training course in our store, valid through June 30, 2024.

In Junior Great Books Digital Classroom, teachers can: 

  • Take advantage of handy classroom management tools
  • Track student progress by viewing course reports, time spent on assignments, and achievement of standards
  • Respond to student work within the platform, by viewing and grading work, responding to student notes, and giving individual feedback

Students using the platform can:

  • Complete all assignments online
  • Listen to audio versions of the each reading
  • Annotate texts in several different ways
  • Prepare for discussion by writing ideas and citing evidence
  • Record their thinking over the course of a unit

Student materials include:

  • Essay writing materials that guide students through planning, organizing, drafting, and revising an essay
  • Discussion reflection forms to help students determine their strengths and areas for growth through self-assessment

FICTION

The Other Side of the Reservoir
MH Rowe
Eraser Tattoo
Jason Reynolds
The Doll’s House
Katherine Mansfield
Klaus Vogel and the Bad Lads
David Almond
The Pose
Anwar Khan
A Hundred Hundred Daisies
Nancy Kress
Blues Ain’t No Mockin Bird
Toni Cade Bambara
Batrachophiles and Batrachophobes
Miguel de Unamuno
You
Debbie Urbanski
The Veteran
Stephen Crane

NONFICTION

Dining with the Snakes (excerpt)
Jared Diamond
The Test (excerpt)
Ned Vizzini
Cause of Death: Selfie
Kathryn Miles
Why We Forget Most of the Books We Read
Julie Beck
Where Did You Get That Name? (excerpt)
Baratunde Thurston
Why Mathematics Is a Language
Anne Marie Helmenstine
Starvation Under the Orange Trees
John Steinbeck
Everything Will Be Okay
James Howe

POETRY

Oh, oh, you will be sorry for that word!
Edna St. Vincent Millay
Catalog Army
Naomi Shihab Nye