Close Reading: What It Is, What It’s Not
Larry Ferlazzo withChris Lehman
Close reading is a term that is being bandied about frequently these days. In this segment we examine our definitions and understanding of close reading.
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November 4, 2014 Classroom Q & A
Christopher Lehman is an international speaker; New York Times bestselling author; and Founding Director of The Educator Collaborative, a think tank and educational consulting organization working to innovate the ways educators learn together. His most recent book, Falling in Love with Close Reading (co-authored with Kate Roberts), explores joyful methods of inspiring complex thinking about texts and life.
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