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Reading and Writing with Shirley Jackson’s the Lottery

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I examine the ways in which reading in the classroom is a social practice and how that social practice can produce nuanced student texts that reflect a rich understanding of what has been read. In doing so, I also consider how the reading environment allows us to manipulate and embody texts in ways that allow for a more detailed understanding than the individual and solitary reading practices that seem to be prized in our society.
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Keywords: Reading; genre; meaning; semiotics; short stories; social reading; writing

Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: Independent Scholar,

Publication date: July 2, 2020

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