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I'm planning on collaborating with a colleague to teach a unit on math in literature. This would be for high achieving high-school seniors (a few juniors) for the 2 weeks or so after the AP exams at the end of the school year. I bring the math, she brings the English, we both bring the awesome. Or that's the plan.
I only thought about doing this yesterday, so I haven't had time to think things through very well yet. My thoughts immediately sprang to Flatland, and she suggested Alice in Wonderland. I plan to do some research in the next few days to find a work or works to look at, but I throw it before the collective wisdom...any ideas? Something super-deep wouldn't work (we only have a short time, and they'll be looking for a bit of a break after the AP's), but I'd like it to be challenging and interesting.