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Subject: Re: Frankenstein--for what ability?

From: Denee Stevenson (stevenson@basd.k12.pa.us)
Date: Fri Mar 24 2000 - 10:06:59 EST


Dear Jody,

I'm not sure what DRP is, that is, if it is "official" terminology or a neat idea you coined. In any case, for me as a teacher, DRP for an individual work is associated with interest in plot, difficulty (i.e. frustration) in reading, and ability to connect in a meaningful way with the text/theme/content through prior experience or guided by students or teacher. It's difficult to predict the DRP for some books; others seem to capture the abilities and interests of a wide-range of students: thus, a very high DRP.
Perhaps we should be rating books by DRP.
Denee
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>From: "Julia Shugert" <shugert@basd.k12.pa.us>
>To: Multiple recipients of list <Teacher-TalkNovel@learner.org>
>Subject: Re: Frankenstein--for what ability?
>Date: Thu, Mar 23, 2000, 2:26 PM
>

>How do you determine DRP (Degrees of Reading Power)?
>


 

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