#DisruptTexts Survey
#DisruptTexts is a weekly slow chat designed to give teachers a space to brainstorm ideas on how to apply a critical literacy lens on our texts and disrupt "single" narratives through intentional inclusion of diverse counter-narratives, pairings, and text sets.

Each week, a central (traditionally "classic" or "canonical") text will be chosen for discussion through the #DisruptTexts slow chat. During the week, teachers will discuss the ways in which this text might be problematic and suggest texts and instructional approaches that can serve as effective counter-narratives.

The #DisruptTexts chat is hosted by Tricia Ebarvia (@triciaebarvia), Lorena German (@nenagerman), Kim Parker (@TchKimPossible), and Julia Torres (@juliaerin80).

Please participate by following the #DisruptTexts hashtag on Twitter. We'd love to get your ideas on what central texts to discuss, so please fill out the survey below.

Thanks so much for your interest, and please invite others to join! If you have any questions, please contact Tricia, triciambe@gmail.com.

Now let's get to work!

Which of the following "classic" or "canonical" texts would you like to discuss during a #DisruptTexts chat?
Please select all that apply.
What additional texts or authors (not included above) would you suggest for a chat?
Your answer
What "big questions" (essential questions or themes) might you also like to discuss and build a text set around?
Your answer
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