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Antonetti's AP Literature Discussion Page - Resources for Naylor’s Linden Hills and Dante’s Inferno

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The goal of close reading is to gradually release responsibility to students, a shift from the teacher modeling close reading strategies to students employing strategies independently. The role of the teacher is to make these strategies visible to students through thinking aloud, modeling, and posting anchor charts for reference. In this article are some strategies that set the stage for students to interact with a text through an independent analysis and group discussion with peers.

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Awesome questions to get kids thinking about books! Click to read the full article on close reading strategies.

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Reading "Dante's Inferno" was a nightmare. This handy chart may be better than Cliff Notes!

Evolving English Teacher: Image Annotation: A Close Reading Strategy with a Twist

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The new Common Core Standards requires students to closely read text and defend their ideas. Use these bookmarks to help students remember ------ adapt to art analysis of artwork