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In Search of the Novel:Teacher-TalkNovel


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From: Heather R. Norris (hn49610@pegasus.cc.ucf.edu)
Date: Sun Oct 07 2001 - 19:57:22 EDT

  • Next message: Amanda Schultz: "Re: [Teacher-TalkNovel] Reading out loud"

    I am not sure if this will show, my other listings have not. In my
    Internship my supervising teacher and I worked on a unit together about
    the Revoluvtion. I think when I started on mine for my English class at
    UCF it was too much. It was partical in that it covered what it needed
    to cover, but it lacked a lot. I was the typical boring reading
    assignments studetns are familar with. I aimed too high when I wanted
    to teach a novel and a play in four or five weeks and have a lot of
    creativity. I realized this when I watched my classes in Internship
    take three weeks for The Crucible. They didn't just read the play, they
    had a variety, and they had other activities to occpy them as well. I
    think I realized that we do need a "center piece." Has anyone else
    figured out how to cover everything they "need" to cover and still have
    been able to have the extras as well? Or do we just need to realize
    that we always want to do more than what time allows?



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