Young Adult Lit/Crit

March 18, 2008

Class on TH

Filed under: from your prof — sunyprof @ 6:13 pm

Dear Teachers, I am still having difficulty paragraphing — are any of you finding the same thing? It’s getting incredibly annoying!! I’ve contacted WordPress Support but so far don’t have an answer that helps. I would like lit circle groups to consider the Freedman/Johson chapter 6 which focuses on oppression, assigned for this week, in their discussions. Please review this and any other chapter you feel helps you establish critical frameworks for discussion of your novel.  Please be sure to bring your F/J book. You might also consider using the assigned Lesesne chapters, 7 ff., in your discussion.We are also discussing the Reeves book through p. 69 including chapters on “Investigating Adolescent Readers,” Investigating the Reading Process,” and the profile of Sting who “stopped bein’ a good little boy.” Kari and Erin will be presenting their seminars.We have a busy class on TH — and we will begin, as always, with book club. Bring a good title to share–one you have been reading this week. A reminder–for 3/27–we will be reading Bradbury, Anderson and Philbrick. Let me know if you are having any difficulties getting the books. I’m missing my copy of THE LAST BOOK IN THE UNIVERSE. Does anyone have it? I’m in the office tomorrow after 2:30. If you’re on campus, do stop by.        KES                                                                                    




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  1. Prof. Stearns, I dont understand what’s going on with the site- my post on Unwind was longer and formatted differently when I first posted it! ugh!

    Comment by allison — March 18, 2008 @ 9:00 pm

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