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Writing about Literature

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Author(s): Elizabeth A. Kahn, Carolyn Calhoun Walter, Larry R. Johannessen

This book explores the relationship between literature and composition and suggests ways of designing instruction so that students may write effectively about the literature they read.

Level(s): Secondary, Middle, College

ISBN/ISSN: 0-8141-5877-3

Stock No.: 58773

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Kahn, Walter, and Johannessen present a set of sequences designed to teach students to support an interpretation, explicate an implied relationship, and analyze an author's generalizations. They provide a series of handouts that help students develop the skills of analysis and persuasion that are essential to writing about literature.
Theory and Research Into Practice (TRIP) series. ERIC/RCS and NCTE. 54 pp. 1984. Grades 7–College. ISBN 0-8141-5877-3.
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