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Book Talk: Beyond Literary Analysis

E09249_Marchetti_ODell_Bookcover_9159.jpgOn Heinemann's Facebook page we recently featured our latest "Book Talk Live" on the new title: Beyond Literary Analysis: Teaching Students to Write with Passion and Authority About Any Text By Allison Marchetti, Rebekah O'Dell. Out of the dark tunnel of boring literary analysis assignments, they lead you into a world where students learn to write fresh, compelling, authentic arguments based on their own unique interests. “There is a place for analysis of literature in our classrooms,” they write. “But we think there is more. In this book, we invite you to explore your teaching of analytical writing from a new perspective. To open your mind to the real world of analytical writing, and challenge traditional notions about what students should be analyzing and how they should write it.”

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