Resources for Teaching & Learning
Even more than other parts of Digital Yoknapatawpha, this section is a work in progress. We are putting it online in August 2020 in hopes of being helpful to teachers and their students at this very challenging moment in history, when so much teaching and learning is happening online. We plan to keep adding materials to it regularly over the coming months - and we'd love your help with that process. If you use DY with your students, please let us know how the experience went, and if there are ways in which we can improve the materials here to suit the needs of your classroom, whether it's online or not. And if you create resources for using DY to teach Faulkner's fictions that you'd like to share, please let us know. You can contact us at email@example.com
Resources by Text
- "A Rose for Emily" - 6 videos, 4 worksheets (3 created by students)
- The Sound and the Fury - 3 videos, 2 articles, 1 worksheet, 4 student projects
- As I Lay Dying - 3 videos, 4 student projects
- Absalom, Absalom! - 1 video; this video is also a good introduction to DY's various functionalities
- "Using Digital Yoknapatawpha to Analyze 'A Rose for Emily' as a Gothic Literary Work"
- "Using Digital Yoknapatawpha to Explore the Many Readings of 'A Rose for Emily'"
- "Space and Time in The Sound and the Fury"
- "Using Digital Yoknapatawpha to Compare Interpretive Lenses for As I Lay Dying"
- "Using Digital Yoknapatawpha to Analyze Faulkner's Absalom, Absalom! as a Gothic Text"
- "Faulkner and Innovative Teaching: Using Digital Yoknapatawpha in the Classroom"
- "Digital Yoknapatawpha and the Pedagogical Pitfalls of Faulkner's Sound and the Fury"
- "Seeing Memory: Using Digital Yoknapatawpha to Teach Cognitive Literary Studies"
- In this section are 17 projects by 20 students in 2 classes, one at the University of Virginia and the other at Southeast Missouri State University.