Tag Archives: pedagogy

Beware Teachers That Satirize Students

Tom Layman’s “The Students” is a humorous poem but, in the end, mean-spirited. It also lets the teacher off the hook.

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Teaching Lit Crit as Autobiography

Literary criticism can be a form of autobiography. Knowing that can improve our teaching.

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How Teachers Can Make Lit Real

The “so what” question is vital if students are to make their responses to literature real.

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