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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.”

You can watch the video below:

 
 
 
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Topics: Video, Rebekah O'Dell, Allison Marchetti, Facebook Live, Beyond Literary Analysis, Heinemann Book Talk Live

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