Many different types of study guides are available for this book. However, when studying a piece of literature, it is important that you have a notebook to keep notes or a graphic organizer to record the main characters, ideas, and sub-topics the author describes in each book. Below is a brief description of the book and different locations to find additional details for this novel.
To Sir, with Love was written by E. R. Braithwaite. It is a non-fiction, autobiographical story of Braithwaite's first year of teaching in a working-class neighborhood in London. This book was originally written for adults, but is a common book required by teachers for young adult readers. The best way to approach this book is to remember that it is an autobiography, written in the author's voice, based on personal experiences. E-notes provides an excellent analysis and additional information regarding form and content. There is also an e-notes group that you might be interested in joining. The links are provided below.