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From: Swann, Peggy (Swann_P@nsti.tec.tn.us)
Date: Thu Mar 23 2000 - 10:16:44 EST

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    Yes, I like the idea of range, since in addition to the enduring
    classics--at least until now--we add classics to the canon. This is
    significant, writing and reading needs to reflect redefinition and
    reinvention, which, after all, echoes an essential feature of the novel,
    that of change in character.

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    > From: Cindy O'Donnell-Allen [SMTP:cindyoa@lamar.colostate.edu]
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    > Andrea raises a really compelling question below. My response to it,
    > however, are more questions: Do these points have to be either/or? In
    > other words, how can we hook kids on the idea of voluntarily reading a
    > *range* of texts (classic works and other complex texts included)?
    >
    > - Cindy
    >
    > Andrea Martine wrote:
    >
    > > 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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