Reconstructing Identity and Classroom Interactions : An Analysis of Pedagogical Theory in the English Classroom
Leavens, Stacy M.
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The author analyzes her experiences in a 9th grade English classroom studying Nikki Giovanni's verse novel Bronx Masquerade, reflecting on the practice of encouraging students to greater independence and self-reflection in their interaction with the text.
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