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The object of much debate, attention, and scholarship since it first aired over 20 years ago, ""The Simpsons"" provides excellent, if unexpected, fodder for high school and college lesson plans. There are many benefits to using ""The Simpsons"" in the classroom, the most obvious of which is that it's funny. After all, laughing students are hardly sleeping students! But ""The Simpsons"" also provides a familiar student knowledge base which instructors can use as a jumping-off point to introduce concepts ranging from literature composition to linguistics, the humanities, cultural studies, gender studies, and media appreciation. The authors, both of whom have been teaching ""The Simpsons"" for over a decade, share exercises, prompts, and even syllabi that have proven successful in their own courses.
A former president of the Margaret Atwood Society, Karma Waltonen is a senior lecturer in the University Writing Program at the University of California, Davis, where she won the Academic Federation Excellence in Teaching Award in 2015. Denise Du Vernay has been teaching courses in composition, literature, The Simpsons, speech, and the humanities for more than ten years. She is a regular contributor to Matchflick.com and is currently working on her first novel. She lives near Chicago.