A text set is a collection of sources that support a common theme, issue or topic. Text sets should include a variety of genres, text types, levels and formats.
Examples of material include (but are not limited to):
What steps are involved in putting together a text set?
A few essential questions to ask and/or issues to consider when assembling a text set.
Cappiello, M. A., & Dawes, E. T. (2013). Teaching with text sets. Huntington Beach, Calif: Shell Education.
When selecting fiction and non fiction material for a text set, consider the following criteria/issues.
Use the given links to find material and answer the above questions.
In addition to the links below, try an advanced Google search for audio or video, your topic, and limit to museums, zoos, archives, government agencies, or universities. i.e. "civil war" and (audio or video) and (museum* OR archive* OR zoo* OR government)