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Wednesday, July 24, 2013
Great Section from the Marshall Memo on YA Reading
teachers this year done anything that made you interested in reading a certain
book? What was it?
read something this year that was so memorable you keep thinking about it or
you told someone else about it?
other people this year helped you decide to read certain books? Who? What did
they do or say that made you want to read?
talk with anyone about the books you read? Who do you talk to, and what kinds
of things do you talk about?
started to read a book in school that you found confusing? What happened with
something about your reading in classes other than English (social studies,
science, math, etc.). What has been interesting or challenging about those
-How has your
reading at home changed this year?
will happen with your reading this summer?
you learn as a reader this year?
anything else you’d like to tell me about your reading?
Young Adult Literature: Outcomes and Processes” by Gay Ivey and Peter Johnston
in Reading Research Quarterly,
July/August/September 2013 (Vol. 48, #3, p. 255-275), http://bit.ly/1b7SWt5; Ivey can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.