Last fall TED-Ed started publishing a series of lessons titled “Why Should You Read…” The series features TED-Ed lessons that explain the significance of classic works of literature. When I last wrote about the series it contained seven lessons. The series is now up to nine lessons. The latest lessons are about Fahrenheit 451 and the works of Flannery O’Connor. Those lessons are linked and embedded below along with the seven other lessons in the series.

Why Should You Read Fahrenheit 451?

Why Should You Read Flannery O’Connor?

Why Should You Read MacBeth?

Why Should You Read A Midsummer’s Night Dream?

Why Should You Read Kurt Vonnegut?

Why Should You Read “Waiting for Godot?”

Why Should You Read “Don Quixote?”

Everything You Need to Know to Read “The Canterbury Tales.”

Why Should You Read Edgar Allan Poe?

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