Teaching Literature/Reading: A Dialogue on Professional Growth
Fonder-Solano, Leah, Burnett, Joanne, Foreign Language Annals
From 1999 to 2002, two university professors, one trained in language education and French and the other in Hispanic literature, undertook a comparative qualitative study of their parallel third-year reading course. Using a variety of data sources, most importantly extensive interviews, they documented their teaching beliefs, practices, and perceptions of themselves and each other. The results report conceptual and curricular changes and the implementation of new ideas in classroom practice. In engaging in critical inquiry and dialogue about their professional lives, these two seasoned teachers add to the growing body of teachers' stories. This study also meaningfully …
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Publication information: Article title: Teaching Literature/Reading: A Dialogue on Professional Growth. Contributors: Fonder-Solano, Leah - Author, Burnett, Joanne - Author. Journal title: Foreign Language Annals. Volume: 37. Issue: 3 Publication date: Fall 2004. Page number: 459+. © American Council on the Teaching of Foreign Languages Winter 2008. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.