TDP Playlist: Novel Sounds

431733_10151044249961680_1958214978_nIt’s that time of year again – the time for review and reflection, for cramming and caffeine. It’s the time when students start searching their notes for suggestions of  what questions their teachers might ask, when they start flipping through their Evernote folders to find annotations on novels they read in September and formulas they memorized first quarter. Final exams are upon us, Devils, and they promise to be both challenging and rewarding. Let’s try to approach this round of testing with a healthy attitude and a plan for success. That means you need to study effectively and take breaks when you need them. Prioritize – your time AND your work. Do not procrastinate. Do your best, but do not overdo it. Give yourself some time away from your notes to breathe, relax, and listen to music. Lucky for you, we have just the music to help you take your mind off your work, while keeping your brain in the game. You can listen to these songs and think about how they relate to the texts you’ve covered, or just listen to them and tune out for a bit. Either way, these novel sounds might be just what you need to help you during exam prep time.

The Scarlet Letter Playlist

One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest Playlist

The Great Gatsby Playlist

If you’re looking for a more authentic Gatsby experience, try this one:

Of Mice and Men Playlist

The Catcher in the Rye Playlist

The Kite Runner Playlist

Death of a Salesman Playlist

The Things They Carried Playlist

Good luck, Devils! You are going to rock your exams.

 

 

 

 

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