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Readings for a New Semester (Part 2 of 3)

  This is Part 2 of a 3-part series. See Part 1 on reading full-length texts here. Image courtesy of Jain Basil Aliyas     This series began with a post about the importance of reading full-length texts. In addition to these--the primary course reading for the semester--most of our assignments on DevelopingWriters.net include supplementary readings and videos, which try to capture the complex issues of our books in current…

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Readings for a New Semester (Part 1 of 3)

    This is the first post of a three-part series. Image courtesy of  .christoph.G.      As we start a new school year, I wanted to share and discuss essays that are helping me plan and organize my classes for Fall 2016, and making me think about what I’m doing with our one-text curriculum. First, Christa Baiada’s 2014 article, “‘Are We Gonna Read All That?’:…

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