I've also consulted the following sources (besides the lesson manual, of course, from which I always pull the bulk of the ideas) to construct the outline (or get background for) the lesson:
- Bergey, Ronald. “The Song of Moses: (Deutoronomy 32: 1-43 and Isianic Prophecies: A Case of Early Intertextuality?” Journal for the Study of the Old Testament 28.1 (2003): 33-54.
- Britt, Brian. “Deuteronomy 31-32 as a Textual Memorial.” Biblical Interpretation 8.4 (Oct. 2000): 358-374.
- Christensen, Duane. “Another Model for Understanding the Mosiac Authorsip of Deuteronomy.” Theological Research Exchange. Conference Papers. 1998: 1-14.
- Eisen, Arnold. “Taking Hold of Deuteronomy.” Judiaism 2001: 321-329.
Mann, Thomas. “Theological Reflections on the Denial of Moses.” Journal of Biblical Literature 98.4 (Dec. 1979): 481-494.
- Teng Kok Lim, Johnson. “The Sin of Moses in Deuteronomy.” Asia Journal of Theology 250-266.
- Thiessen, Matthew. “Form and Function of the Song of Moses (Deuteronomy 32: 1-43).” Journal of Biblical Literature 123.3 (2004): 401-424.
I may not be able to post my actual outline online this weekend because I'm still swamped with work, but at least the flyer and the sources are mentioned. Please note that on the flyer I also listed two Ensign articles which are really great to use for the lesson also. Those alone and the lesson manual are great. The Britt article above seems the most useful as well for background, ideas.