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Reader Response in the Classroom Evoking and Interpreting Meaning in Literature by Nicholas J. Karolides

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Published by Lawrence Erlbaum Assoc Inc .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Children"s literature studies: general,
  • Language & Linguistics,
  • Secondary schools,
  • Teaching of a specific subject,
  • Literature,
  • Reader-response criticism,
  • Study and teaching,
  • English,
  • Education

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages272
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7937238M
ISBN 100805830294
ISBN 109780805830293
OCLC/WorldCa38061685

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Reader-Response theorists helped dethrone New Criticism from its privileged position by, well, drawing attention to the reader. They also helped pave the way for a lot of other literary schools that followed in the s and s, like Poststructuralism and New Historicism. Reader Response Theory: Some Practical Applications for the High School Literature Classroom Diana Mitchell Follow this and additional works at: This Article is brought to you for free and open access by [email protected] It has been Cited by: 1. His m ajor publications include The Pioneer in the American Novel, Focus on Physical Im pairments and Focus on Fitness (coauthored with daughter Melissa), Reader Response in the Classroom (editor), and Censored books: Critical Viewpoints (coeditor), which in was named Outstanding Book by the Gustavus Myers Center for the Study of Human Format: Paperback. 3, 2, 1 Response. This “countdown” response focuses on the basics. Using this half-page sheet, students provide information about their reading, touching on summarizing, sequencing, vocabulary skills, and the asking questions/wondering comprehension strategy we work on in reading. Click the image below to download the 3, 2, 1.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: viii, pages: illustrations ; 22 cm. Series Title: New York State English Council monographs. REMEMBER: Reading response doesn"t have to happen in a spiral notebook only via letters to the teacher. Students can respond through post-it notes, anchor charts, graphic organizers, multimedia, etc. Sticky Note Tracker. Chapter Books vs. Picture Books Tally. Books I Plan To Read. Form of a Friendly Letter. Guidelines for Reading Workshop. Ted Kesler describes 28 different reader response strategies in his book. To learn more about these and about new ways to use reader response notebooks, follow his blog. Read a sample chapter or order Ted Kesler’s book The Reader Response Notebook in the NCTE Store. - These are 2 FREE Reading Response choice boards that can be used with just about any book! Great for individual use, partners, whole group, homework, reading groups, you name it. Plus you can meet many of your standards with quick focuses on written responsesOne focuses on grammar skillsEnjoy!~Kendra Thompson"Teaching in Thompsonville"menus, tic-tac-toe, choice boards.

This is a page reader's response booklet is designed for students to use while reading the book Tales of a 4th Grade Nothing by Judy Bloom. This packet is broken down into sections that make reading the book and responding easier for students. Students learn how to use e-book tools and features to support their reading processes. In particular, they insert digital notes into a book to record their thoughts and ideas in response to the text. Whole-class and small-group discussions about different types of responses encourage students to . This book offers teachers a convenient means of broadening their understanding of reader response theory and criticism and applying this theory to the teaching of literature in high school and college classrooms. The book is designed to arouse individual teachers' interest in reader response theory and encourage them to apply it to their Size: 2MB. This text, based on Louise M. Rosenblatt's transactional model of literature, focuses on the application of transactional reader-response theory in the classroom. It grows from frequent requests from secondary school and college teachers for teaching suggestions on how to put theory into practice.