This site provides the students with a way to listen to the book chapter by chapter.
*Also available on iTunes
Available through AFPL
Students can watch a movie driven by the book.
Here is a list of potential projects that you can use to determine the students understanding of the concepts in the book.
This site provides students with a few chances to test their knowledge online. The quizzes are ranked average or tough.
This may help students understand vocabulary a little more clearly. Possible review/HW assignment. May be good for word recognition.
This site provides an electronic version of the book, broken down by chapter.
This site provides information very similar to SparkNotes. It may provide additional test or essay questions.
This web site provides a variety of tools for literary analysis. Included are: key facts, potential essay questions, study topics and suggestions.
This site includes book guides and book readings. One of the resources is the Glencoe study guide which includes mind maps, discussion questions and responsive readings.
This is a teaching guide to the book A Tale of Two Cities. It includes lesson plans, step-by step instructions, and standards covered.