—Encourage me,—Recommend readings I should cite or think about while writing the book,—Share how reading or literature has shaped or changed or stuck with you in some way,—Share a good idea or activity you have for teaching literature,—Tell me about an outstanding literature teacher you've had,—Tell me about problems or challenges or disillusionments that you've run into with reading or teaching literature,—Read short excerpts of my work and talk through my thinking and writing with me from time to time as I go along in the process, or—Publish the book or recommend a publisher.
The Tree of Reading: How and Why to Teach Literature
IntroductionChapter 1. Why Read and Teach LiteratureChapter 2. The Threshold Concepts of Literary StudiesChapter 3. Teaching Active ReadingChapter 4. Teaching Critical ReadingChapter 5. Teaching Contemplative ReadingChapter 6. Teaching Discussion as a Reading PracticeChapter 7. The Future of ReadingCoda: Reading and Life
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