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[Channel-talkhslit] Expanding canon Session 1&2

From: Smith, Clifford <smithc@mpsd.k12.wi.us>
Date: Thu Sep 16 2004 - 10:47:02 EDT

I've finished Sessions 1&2 and I'd be interested in reading some of
your reactions to the videos and or reading content. I was particularly
thrilled to see Hirst's students working in their Clans and interacting
among the Clans. I felt that the students by being totally immersed in
the contents of the literature were quite informed and able to act/react
to the content of the literature .


My concern for this kind of reader-response activity is -what if your
classes consisted of 28-30 students-how feasible would the time
constraints work? and how many clans could be represented without
creating redundancy?


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