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Programs for Teachers


Speakers in the Schools

Speaker in the Schools is an extension of Humanities Montana's acclaimed Speakers Bureau. Dozens of expert presenters offer over 70 educational programs on topics covering regional and world history (including several living history presentations), Native American culture, literature, and civics. Best of all, there is currently NO FEE required to bring a speakers to your school. READ MORE

Letters About Literature

Letters About Literature is a national program promoting reading and writing for children grades 4-10, sponsored by Humanities Montana's Center for the Book and the Library of Congress. Each fall, students are invited to submit personal letters to authors of their choosing, living or dead, whose books they have found especially meaningful. State and national winners are announced in the spring. READ MORE

Native American Lit Study Guides

This collection of resources includes extensive annotated bibliographies of Native American literary works as well as discussion questions to accompany The Toughest Indian in the World by Sherman Alexie, The Surrounded by D'Arcy McNickle, Hidden Roots by Joseph Bruchac, and several other titles. All documents were generously provided by retired LIterature Arts teacher Dorothea (Dottie) Susag. READ MORE

Montana's Literary Treasures

Montana's literary heritage is as diverse and far-reaching as its landscapes. Read Executive Director Ken Egan's overview of our state's vibrant literary history, download a comprehensive list of Montana authors, and peruse a collection of state-based resources dedicated to poetry advocacy. READ MORE

Montana Authors Project

M.A.P. brings favorite and important works of regional literature to digital life. Each interactive page serves as a virtual tour of an author's imagination, as well as an actual road map of a literary setting. READ MORE