And Then There Were None Teaching Guide: Teaching Guide and Sample Chapter

And Then There Were None Teaching Guide: Teaching Guide and Sample Chapter

by Agatha Christie, Amy Jurskis
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And Then There Were None Teaching Guide: Teaching Guide and Sample Chapter by Agatha Christie, Amy Jurskis

To help teachers decide if Agatha Christie’s And Then There Were None is right for their students, we’ve created this free e-book that features sample chapters from the book and a teaching guide.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780062696267
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Publication date: 04/18/2017
Sold by: HARPERCOLLINS
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 13,631
File size: 605 KB

About the Author

Agatha Christie is the most widely published author of all time, outsold only by the Bible and Shakespeare. Her books have sold more than a billion copies in English and another billion in a hundred foreign languages. She died in 1976 after a prolific career spanning six decades.


Amy Jurskis, the author of these teaching materials, holds a B.A. in English from the University of Georgia and a MAT from Agnes Scott College. A former department chair for language arts in a title one public school in Atlanta, she currently serves as a chairperson of curriculum and English teacher at Oxbridge Academy of the Palm Beaches.

Date of Birth:

September 15, 1890

Date of Death:

January 12, 1976

Place of Birth:

Torquay, Devon, England

Education:

Home schooling

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
One of the best mystery books ever written. The plot will keep you guessing. Brilliantly done! Ten people arrive on an island with no way off. One by one they are killed in the way of the nursery rhyme posted in each bedroom, until all have died. How was it done and who did it?