There are several characteristics not present in these editions and questions. These include: attention to the readers' context, the teacher's voice, authentic questions, connections across questions, affective response questions, intertextual response questions, genre questions, critical response questions, writers' craft questions, attention to diversity, and an expanded target audience.... the publication of Lucy Calkinsa#39; The Art of Teaching Reading (2001), which makes the case for the use of aquot;reading clubsaquot; in which students read trade literature and meet together to share discussion around their responses to that literature.
|Title||:||Give 'em Something to Talk About: Questioning the Questions in Scholastic Literature Circle Editions|
|Author||:||Jacqueline P. LaRose|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2007|