Reader Response in Secondary and College Classrooms / Edition 2

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Overview

This text, based on Louise M. Rosenblatt's transactional model of literature, focuses on the application of transactional reader-response theory in the classroom. It grows from frequent requests from secondary school and college teachers for teaching suggestions on how to put theory into practice. This is not a "What should I do on Monday?" cookbook, but an expression of the practice of theory in college and secondary school classrooms.

The chapters portray a spectrum of strategies—including biopoems, expressive and imaginative writing, journal writing, readers' theater, role playing, and unsent letters—using as examples individual works from several genres. Recognizing that teachers who may have been trained in other theories and methodologies may be hesitant about their quite different role and expectations in the reader-centered classroom, the authors provide stepping stones to develop readiness and confidence, suggestions, and insights to ease the transition to the transactional model of teaching and learning.

Pedagogical features:

• An explanatory introduction to each section defines its orientation and describes the content and direction of the chapters it contains.

Invitations elicit engagement of readers with concepts, attitudes, or strategies presented in the chapters; they invite readers, as individuals or members of a small group, to consider ideas or to practice a strategy, among other activities, in order to enhance understandings.

• A glossary defines key concepts and strategies discussed in the text.

• A bibliography provides an extensive list of resources—books and journal articles—both theoretical and applied.

New in the second edition:

Six new chapters—three deal with the roles of film-as-literature in the English classroom, and three with enhancing multicultural understandings.

Updates and revisions to several chapters that appeared in the first edition.

Invitations, new in this edition, have been added to focus and expand readers' thinking.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780805830248
  • Publisher: Taylor & Francis
  • Publication date: 11/28/1999
  • Edition description: Revised
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 400
  • Lexile: 1280L (what's this?)
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.82 (d)

Table of Contents

Contents: Preface. Part I: The Transactional Theory of Literature. N.J. Karolides, The Transactional Theory of Literature. R.C. Small, Connecting Students and Literature: What Do Teachers Do and Why Do They Do It? L. Christenbury, "The Guy Who Wrote This Poem Seems to Have the Same Feelings as You Have": Reader-Response Methodology. R.E. Probst, Writing From, of, and About Literature. Part II: Initiating Readers' Responses: Classroom Processes. J.G. Boyum, Reader Response at the Movies. R. Luce, Mending Walls: Using a Reader-Response Approach to Teach Poetry. P. Kelly, Two Reader-Response Classrooms: Using Pre-reading Activity and Readers Theatre Approaches. D. Appleman, "I Understood the Grief": Theory Based Introduction to Ordinary People. Part III: Developing Readers' Responses: Classroom Processes. M. Toman, Teaching, Eudora Welty's "Petrified Man": Expanding Preliminary Insights. L. Varvel, Reader Response to Drama: Prospecting for Human Understandings and Connections. M.J. Shaars, Hill-Climbing With Thoreau: Creating Meaningful Carryover. E.A. Poe, Intensifying Transactions Through Multiple Text Exploration: A Literature Circle Approach to Novels Set in the United States During World War II. N.J. Karolides, Role Play Experiences: Expanding Readers' Responses to Literature. D.H. Roen, A Writing to Learn/Reader Response Approach to Teaching Antigone. Part IV: Exploring Differences: Gender, Race, and Culture. L. Quinn, Trifles as Treason: Coming to Consciousness as a Gendered Reader. D.W. Furniss, Reading and Teaching From the Outside: Responding to Native American Literature. A.I. Willis, Cultivating Understandings Through Reader Response: Dawn's Responses to The Things They Carried and When Heaven and Earth Changed Places. J. Glazier, M. McVee, S. Wallace-Cowell, B. ShellhornWith T.E. Raphael, S. Florio-Ruane, Teacher Learning About Culture in Response to Autobiographical Literature. L.A. Spears-Bunton, Calypso, Jazz, Reggae, Salsa: Literature for Adolescents From the African Diaspora. J.E. Brown, L.G. Harrison, Reader Responses to Roethke's "My Papa's Waltz": Exploring Different Perspectives.

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