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Student-posed questions for literature-based discussion

Michelle Commeyras

Student-posed questions for literature-based discussion

by Michelle Commeyras

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Number of Pages10
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Open LibraryOL10110002M
ISBN 100160426731
ISBN 109780160426735
OCLC/WorldCa34709165

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Student-posed questions for literature-based discussion by Michelle Commeyras Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Student-posed questions for literature-based discussion. [Michelle Commeyras; Georgiana Sumner; National Reading Research Center (U.S.)]. The ideas in this mini-brochure are intended for teachers interested in creating opportunities for students to pose questions during literature-based discussions.

The brochure suggests that a child-centered Student-posed questions for literature-based discussion book to questioning is a highly motivating way to conduct discussions because students of all reading abilities can participate.

The brochure discusses developing discussion guidelines Cited by: 1. Get this from a library. Student-posed questions for literature-based discussion. [Educational Resources Information Center (U.S.);]. The ideas presented in this brochure are for teachers interested in creating opportunities for students to pose questions during literature-based discussions, in heterogeneous whole group and peer-only discussions.

The brochure notes that the method is a highly motivating way to conduct discussions because students of all reading abilities can participate and teachers become fascinated by Author: Michelle Commeyras, Georgiana Sumner.

Description [Washington, D.C.]: Distributed by ERIC Clearinghouse, 7 p. Summary: The ideas presented in this brochure are for teachers interested in creating opportunities for students to pose questions during literature-based discussions, in heterogeneous.

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Could the order of the events be changed? Could some.Commeyras, M., & Sumner, G. (). Literature discussions based on student-posed questions.

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