ARE WE "READING RIGHT?": Bringing Connected Reading Practices to the Classroom

Kajder, Sara; Hawley Turner, Kristen; Hicks, Troy
September 2015
English in Texas;Fall/Winter2015, Vol. 45 Issue 2, p5
Academic Journal
Students used to reading digital texts can be supported in reading both those and print-based texts critically through a variety of strategies and applications. Connected reading, or the idea that our reading is networked both physically and digitally to create a shared construction of meaning, involves readers working with text in both recursive and discursive ways.


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