I’m back with the second post about WHAT is close reading.
In the first post, I broke down the definition of close reading:
If you read the first post, you saw that I broke the definition of close reading down into three key parts:
1.) Purposeful re-reading
3.) Use of complex text
In an effort to avoid information overload, the first blog post (found HERE) focused only on Purposeful re-reading and Analysis.
In this post, I will break down the last part of that definition: Use of complex texts.
I’d love to know your thoughts, comments, and suggestions on the WHAT of this blog series you just read. Leave your comments below. Thank you!
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