Multiple Source Use when Reading and Writing in Literature and Language Arts in Classroom Contexts

Authored by: David Bloome , Minjeong Kim , Huili Hong , John Brady

Handbook of Multiple Source Use

Print publication date:  March  2018
Online publication date:  March  2018

Print ISBN: 9781138646599
eBook ISBN: 9781315627496
Adobe ISBN:

10.4324/9781315627496-15

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Abstract

The use of multiple sources when reading and writing in literature and language arts in classroom contexts is ubiquitous. Among other instructional activities, teachers often organize a set of literary texts around a theme or as part of genre study; they supplement a target literary text with other texts such as information about the author or the historical period in which the literary text was written; and increasingly teachers are engaging students in reading literature on-line incorporating a broad range of annotations and links as well as new literary formats such as interactive fiction (Beach, 2012; Beach, Appleman, Fecho, & Simon, 2016; Turner et al., 2017).

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