Actually Achieving Close Reading With Digital Tools


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Actually Achieving Close Reading With Digital Tools

Jim Harmon‘s insight:

From the conclusion: "As we continue to think about how our own reading habits are changing and what we can do to support students in both print and digital spaces, my hope is that you will model strategic reading practices for them. Just as we have in the past looked at strategies for pre-, during-, and post-reading of print texts (often augmented by sticky notes and reading logs) we can approach reading in digital spaces with a similar mindset."

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