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Krashen encourages us to think about the value of reading for students. Not reading instruction, not reading motivational programs, not literacy strategies or vocabulary systems, but just reading.Does this approach resonate with your own teaching? Are there "take-aways" for your practice?
Other readings to peruse:"The Case for Narrow Reading" by Stephen KrashenLanguage Magazine 3(5):17-19, (2004) http://www.sdkrashen.com/content/articles/narrow.pdf"Free Voluntary reading: New Research, Applications, and Controversies"Stephen Krashen - Paper presented at the RELC conference, Singapore, April, 2004http://www.sdkrashen.com/content/articles/singapore.pdfWhy We Should Stop Scolding Teenagers and Their Schoolshttp://www.sdkrashen.com/content/articles/krashen_stop_scolding.pdf2006 Encyclo-Media Conference: Encouraging Reading by Stephen Krashenhttps://archive.org/details/WesleyA.FryerPodcast80EncouragingReadingbyStephenKrashen88 Generalizations about Free Voluntary Readinghttp://www.sdkrashen.com/content/handouts/88_generalizations.pdf
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What problems do you foresee adopting his methods?
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Won't other subjects suffer if we emphasize reading in this way?
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Do teachers have a role in helping to select? Can we veto choices? Can we insist on genres or authors?
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