This brief piece explores a method for incorporating reading study groups in an introductory college literature class. It concludes by questioning whether requiring such groups to meet regularly outside of class is the best pedagogical approach, or if making such groups optional helps students to “own” their own reading experience as part of a lower-stakes enterprise.
"A Brief Experiment with Reading Study Groups in an Introductory Literature Course,"
Vol. 30, 93-97.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.csbsju.edu/headwaters/vol30/iss1/10