Ms. Kittelson 2013-2014
Timelines of English Literature - Page II
An interactive, pop-up/pull-down timeline modeled after The Amazing Race showcasing titles (and events and movements) from around the world and their authors' challenge to remain relevant.
A poker game involving authors who took  gambles (like Salman Rushdie) along with their symbolic/emblematic good-luck tchotchkes.
A casket whose outside displays an overarching timeline and whose inside houses particulars on texts with significant deaths.
A globe that displays the places of origin of the most popular texts in the world and a letter to the world literary traveler who will  happen upon hose texts at any point in history...

A tank splayed with bumper stickers of authors, titles, movements and -isms that highlight the role of war on the battlefield of English literature...
A mannequin and clothesline(s) lining up fashion in literature...

A Monopoly game with texts and movements of varying value...

A Torah-like scroll, a witch's cauldron, a boat, a train, some photo albums, stars that light up and (not in the pic) a poet-tree...
Other timelines not yet photographed:

A student dressed as Willy Loman, selling his designed-from-scratch-in-html website, which is aptly, like the famous anti-hero, offline...

A student's original song sung to the tune of Gloria Gaynor's "I Will Survive" about how songs and poems have kept each other alive across the centuries...

And more...many, many more!