Close and Careful but not Cautious: Using the Writer’s Workshop Method in the Reading Classroom (LiLT Journal 3.1, November 2014)

An article on how a students’ over-reliance on translation and building meaning by focusing solely on the words on a page can often inhibit both the enjoyment of reading and the ability to form a personal connection with a story.   The article provides a few examples of how to use time-lining activities in class to allow students to engage with stories across multiple readings as well as to help them discover the difference between plot and story.

LiLT Journal 3_1

 

A PDF of the article can be accessed by clicking on the image above or by clicking on the link right here: LiLT-3_1-Stein 3 Cs

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