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Annenberg Media: Conversations in Literature

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A research-based workshop by Judith Langer on bringing the joy of reading literature to your class. This is an excellent professional development resource, with eight videos on demand. Topics include Responding as Readers, Objectifying the Text, Envisioning and more. You must register one time to view all free videos. This workshop site includes discussion questions, activity sheets, and diagrams. A valuable resource for the middle school and high school teacher of literature. A hyperlink on the site directs the elementary teacher to a similar, grade-appropriate discussion.

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