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Notes on Teaching an Independent-Study Class in the Short Story
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Eureka Studies In Teaching Short Fiction Volume 3, Number 2, ISSN 1533-8509

Abstract

Describes how the author addresses his independent study students. Suggests that teachers who write study guides and "teach" independent-study courses in literature should try to invent effective instructional aids that will mitigate the disadvantages of not having the everyday-classroom experience and provide maximum opportunity for freedom of choice and original thought through numerous and varied writing assignments. (SG)

Citation

Mayer, C.W. (2003). Notes on Teaching an Independent-Study Class in the Short Story. Eureka Studies In Teaching Short Fiction, 3(2), 19-24. Retrieved January 24, 2022 from .

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