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From: Andrea Martine (martinea@basd.k12.pa.us)
Date: Wed Mar 22 2000 - 10:11:37 EST

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    Many literature teachers in junior high and high schools say that the
    crucial point is to hook students on reading. Others say that the crucial
    point is to have students read classic literature. The two groups often
    disagree. What do all of you think about this point? Andrea

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