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Goals for teaching literature: What does it mean
to teach literature?
students’ individual differences: Who are our kids?
and Organizing Literature Instruction: How Do I Decide What to Teach?
to Foster Interpretation: How Can I Help Students Read Better?
Discussions of Literature: How Do I Get Them to Talk about Literature?
literature: How do I get them to write about literature?
in the classroom: What’s the use of story?
text and task-specific strategies: How does the shape of a text
change the shape of my teaching?
the Classics: Do I Have To Teach the Canon, And If So, How Do I
Perspectives to Engage Students with Literature: What are Different
Ways of Seeing?
Media Literacy: What else is a text and how do I teach it?
and Evaluating Students’ Learning: How do I know what they’ve
Censorship, Creating an Ethical Classroom Environment. and Teacher
Professionalism: How do I Stay in Control, Out of Trouble, and Continue
to Develop as A Teacher?
Blackford, H. V. (2004). Out of This World: Why Literature Matters to Girls.Teachers College Press.
Rosenblatt, L. (2005). Making Meaning with Texts: Selected Essays. Heinemann.
Showalter, E. (2002). Teaching Literature. Blackwell Publishing.
Zemelman, S., Daniels, H., & Hyde, A. (2005). Best Practice: Today's Standards for Teaching and Learning in America's Schools. Heinemann