In Search of the Novel:Teacher-TalkNovel
Subject: Re: QuestionFrom: Nankies@aol.com
Date: Tue Mar 28 2000 - 09:24:25 EST
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In a message dated 3/23/00 11:22:10 AM Pacific Standard Time,
<< Aside from creating another canon (which I am presently trying to
construct) that deviates from our sponsored school district listings, what
remedies work well in your teaching environments? >>
Is there any time for actual reading in class? It seems to get them hooked
into the text, plus the obvious fact that the need to have the book in class
means they usually must buy/obtain their own copy. These books are classics
because they are good reads, and somewhere they must be exposed to the actual
text. BTW, there will always be cheaters. Nancy R. K.