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What are the characteristics of the study circle?

Hallgjerd Brattset

What are the characteristics of the study circle?

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by Hallgjerd Brattset

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Published by Norwegian Institute of Adult Education in Trondheim .
Written in English


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ContributionsNorwegian Institute of Adult Education.
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Open LibraryOL15313401M
ISBN 108272620251

The purpose of this guide is to help study circle leaders design a study circle course and develop the reading material for the discussions. Benefits for the participants and the sponsoring organization are discussed. Three issues in planning the study circle program are addressed: goals, participants, and time frame. Key characteristics of successful study circles are described. The Gods of the Upper Air is certainly a timely book. In it Charles King, a professor at Georgetown, tells the story of how Franz Boas, Ruth Benedict, Margaret Mead, Zora Neale Hurston and Ella Deloria overturned pseudo-scientific theories and founded the modern discipline of cultural anthropology/5(26).

The book was not intended for a study circle. x Don’t spend too much time or detail on problem-solving. If possible, note ideas for potential solu-tions or actions and move on to the next discussion question. It is best to revisit these potential solutions or actions at the study circle celebration. Introduction to the Study Circle Guide This Study Circle Guide was created by the National Center for the Study of Adult Learning and Literacy (NCSALL). The guide is part of NCSALL’s effort to help connect research and practice in the field of adult basic education and adult literacy.

Literature Study/Circle Implementation Expectations: To differentiate literacy instruction for above grade level readers during the literacy block. Teacher lead discusions and check for understanding/reading pace will occur a minimum of 2 times per week for each literature study/circle group. Have the third-graders circle any characteristics on their list that conflict with the ones listed on the protagonist personality traits list. Explain to the students the concept of characters behaving against their personality type to add drama and conflict to the story.


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