Young Adult Lit/Crit

February 15, 2008

Readings for 2/21

Filed under: from your prof — sunyprof @ 8:13 am

Dear Teachers, if you are not participating in either lit circle next week, please volunteer here to facilitate discussion of the O’Donnell-Allen, Freedman/Johnson or Lesesne readings. Thanks!!

Lit circle participants please confirm which book(s) you are reading. I know Sarah and Allison are reading ELIJAH. Who is joining them? I know Jon is planning to read the story collections. Who is joining Jon?

More copies of the Walter Dean Myers stories have come in at B&N in Syracuse for anyone who wanted to join that circle but does not have the book. I will check today on the Flake stories. Let me know if I can help with acquiring books. KES

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5 Comments »

  1. Thanks for sharing your intent Kari. So that’s SARAH, ALLISON, KARI for ELIJAH? Is anyone else interested in joining them? I have several copies of the book in my office.

    Here’s a comment about the novel from a recent review: “This winningest book of the ALA awards was definitely deserving of each and every accolade.” I look forward to your critique. KES

    Comment by sunyprof — February 15, 2008 @ 10:14 am

  2. Could I take part in the ELIJAH lit circle? That would be most terrific. If it’s too late then I will facilitate the Lesesne reading. Let me know!

    Comment by traverse02 — February 15, 2008 @ 4:02 pm

  3. Raph, WAY too late–pre-req. was you had to be in class last night!! KES

    ……………..just kidding……………the women will surely be happy to have your perspective.

    Comment by sunyprof — February 15, 2008 @ 5:14 pm

  4. I am not in a lit circle this week, but I can facilitate any of the pedagogical readings. I especially liked the Lesesne…so if that’s not taken, I’ll do it!
    -Mandy

    Comment by mandygrl101 — February 18, 2008 @ 7:57 pm

  5. I’m in for facilitating the J/F critical reading. I mentioned that before, but I just wanted to affirm that.

    Joyce

    Comment by joycehansen — February 18, 2008 @ 10:32 pm


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